by Field Precision, Inc.
Finite-element time-domain analysis: simulations of electromagnetic interference and pulsed-power devices.
EMP simulates electromagnetic pulses in 2D planar geometries and 3D cylindrical systems. The program employs unique finite-element methods on conformal triangular meshes for accurate representations of curved and sloped material boundaries. Run times are short, typically a few seconds on a high-performance computer.
EMP supports matched-termination absorbing boundaries to simulate open-space conditions. Spatial data can be analyzed quickly with the
VEMP interactive post-processor. This program generates quantitative data and a wide variety of plots. The package also includes the Probe utility to plot temporal signals.
EMP applications areas include microwave devices, particle accelerators, pulsed-power generators and electromagnetic interference. (Available for Linux and Windows.
Requires Mesh 5.0.)
- Easy-to-understand instruction manual with a library of read-to-run examples.
- Material types include vacuum, conductors, or lossy dielectrics and ferrites.
- Represents arbitrary time variations of multiple sources through simple text table inputs.
- Automatically picks time steps consistent with the Courant stability condition.
- Records time-dependent temperature and thermal properties at up to 50 probe locations.
- Formatted text output files make it easy to transfer information to user applications or to mathematical analysis programs.