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Heterogeneous multiscale method in eddy currents modeling

Jan Busa (UGent) and Valdemar Melicher (UGent)
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The induction of eddy currents in a conductive piece is an electromagnetic phenomenon described by Maxwell’s equations. For composite materials it is multiscale in its nature. We are looking for the macroscopic properties of the composite. We have applied the Heterogeneous Multiscale Method in order to avoid necessity of using full microscale solver.
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finite elements, eddy currents, variational problem, homogenization, heterogeneous multiscale method

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Busa, Jan, and Valdemar Melicher. 2009. “Heterogeneous Multiscale Method in Eddy Currents Modeling.” In ALGORITMY 2009 : 18th Conference on Scientific Computing, Proceedings, ed. Angela Handlovicova, Peter Frolkovic, Karol Mikula, and Daniel Sevcovic, 219–225. Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovak University of Technology. Department of Telecommunications.
APA
Busa, J., & Melicher, V. (2009). Heterogeneous multiscale method in eddy currents modeling. In Angela Handlovicova, P. Frolkovic, K. Mikula, & D. Sevcovic (Eds.), ALGORITMY 2009 : 18th Conference on Scientific Computing, Proceedings (pp. 219–225). Presented at the 18th Conference on Scientific Computing (ALGORITMY 2009), Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovak University of Technology. Department of Telecommunications.
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Busa J, Melicher V. Heterogeneous multiscale method in eddy currents modeling. In: Handlovicova A, Frolkovic P, Mikula K, Sevcovic D, editors. ALGORITMY 2009 : 18th Conference on Scientific Computing, Proceedings. Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovak University of Technology. Department of Telecommunications; 2009. p. 219–25.
MLA
Busa, Jan, and Valdemar Melicher. “Heterogeneous Multiscale Method in Eddy Currents Modeling.” ALGORITMY 2009 : 18th Conference on Scientific Computing, Proceedings. Ed. Angela Handlovicova et al. Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovak University of Technology. Department of Telecommunications, 2009. 219–225. Print.
@inproceedings{1069308,
  abstract     = {The induction of eddy currents in a conductive piece is an electromagnetic phenomenon described by Maxwell{\textquoteright}s equations. For composite materials it is multiscale in its nature. We are looking for the macroscopic properties of the composite. We have applied the Heterogeneous Multiscale Method in order to avoid necessity of using full microscale solver.},
  author       = {Busa, Jan and Melicher, Valdemar},
  booktitle    = {ALGORITMY 2009 : 18th Conference on Scientific Computing, Proceedings},
  editor       = {Handlovicova, Angela and Frolkovic, Peter and Mikula, Karol and Sevcovic, Daniel},
  isbn         = {9788022730327},
  keyword      = {finite elements,eddy currents,variational problem,homogenization,heterogeneous multiscale method},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Podbanske, Slovakia},
  pages        = {219--225},
  publisher    = {Slovak University of Technology. Department of Telecommunications},
  title        = {Heterogeneous multiscale method in eddy currents modeling},
  year         = {2009},
}

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