Computing simple models for scatterers in eddy current problems using a modal decomposition

@inproceedings{McFadden2013ComputingSM,
  title={Computing simple models for scatterers in eddy current problems using a modal decomposition},
  author={Michael McFadden and Waymond R. Scott},
  year={2013}
}
A modal decomposition method for computing the solution to an eddy-current problem is presented. Modes are computed using the finite element method and the modes produced are simplified to a magnetic polarizability dyadic in the form of a singularity expansion. This reduced form is a very compact and easily-implemented model for the scatterer’s reaction to an arbitrary magnetic field. Due to scaling properties, a single model can be applied to scatterers with different sizes and conductivities… CONTINUE READING
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