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Thirteen computer codes developed by eleven groups are applied to the benchmark problem 20 3D static force problem for the TEAM Workshop. The solutions are compared with each other and with experimental results.
This paper describes the results for magnetic damping in torsional mode TEAM problem 16. A total of six solutions are presented and compared with experimental results. The problem is treated as a coupled electromagnetomechanical one. In general numerical predictions agree well with experiment.
Seven computer codes developed by five groups are applied to the benchmark problem 13 of the TEAM Workshop which consists of steel plates around a coil a nonlinear magnetostatic problem. The solutions are compared with each other and with experimental results.
This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/eb010096. When citing the article, please cite: Takayoshi NAKATA, Norio TAKAHASHI, Koji FUJIWARA, (1992), “SUMMARY OF RESULTS FOR BENCHMARK PROBLEM 10 (STEEL...
The dyadic Green's function for a horizontally stratified dielectric medium is computed. The general electric field integral equation describing the scattering from an arbitrary dielectric scatterer embedded in one of the layers is formulated using the dyadic Green's function of the respective...
We present a numerical selfconsistent method to solve for the electronic properties within a flexible and accurate theoretical model of selectivelydoped semiconductor heterostructures based on a twoband k.P effectivemassapproximation Hamiltonian that includes nonparabolicity, stress,...
Two different a posteriori error estimation techniques are proposed in this paper. The effectiveness of the error estimates in adaptive mesh refinement for 2D and 3D electrostatic problems are also analyzed with numerical test results. The postprocessing method employs an improved solution to...
A mathematical analysis of the timedependent multidimensional Hydrodynamic model is performed to determine the wellposed boundary conditions for semiconductor device simulation. The number of independent boundary conditions that need to be specified at electrical contacts of a semiconductor...
This paper presents new general mathematical models of normalized hysteresis curves, which define majorhysteresisloop and minorhysteresisloop trajectories with several degrees of freedom. These mathematical models may be integrated into models of circuits containing nonlinear inductances for...
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