[Getdp] Simple (?) magnetostatics
Christophe Geuzaine
cag32 at case.edu
Sun Mar 5 03:05:14 CET 2006
Jasper wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I'm new to GetDP and I intend to use it for 3D magnostatic modelling. As
> a start I took the demo/example from the wiki for 2D magnetostatics and
> put a small square magnet in a square of air. This all worked OK as far
> as I can tell.
> My next attempt was to take this very simple example and extend it to
> three dimensions, thus a small magnetic cube in a cube of air. Using
> examples from the presentation/wiki/mailing list I tried to adapt the
> problem definition file to three dimensions.
> But with the 3D example GetDP does not converge to a solution. From what
> I gather from the examples it might have something to do with a Gauge
> condition, which I need in 3D but I wasn't able to find any links
> explaining this...
That's correct. I haven't run your example, but looking at the
formulation you should use the gauge condition in the whole domain, i.e.
you should use:
{ Name Gauge; Type Assign;
Case {
{ Region Omega; SubRegion Bound; Value 0.0; }
}
}
as your constraint.
> I've attached the files for the 2D and 3D example. Any help would be
> very much appreciated! Thanks in advance,
>
> Jasper
>
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Christophe Geuzaine
Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University, Mathematics
http://www.case.edu/artsci/math/geuzaine
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