EIGER™: An open-source frequency-domain electromagnetics code

  title={EIGER™: An open-source frequency-domain electromagnetics code},
  author={W. A. Johnson and L. I. Basilio and J. D. Kotulski and R. E. Jorgenson and L. K. Warne and R. S. Coats and D. R. Wilton and N. Champagne and Filippo Capolino and J. Brian Grant and M. A. Khayat},
  journal={2007 IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium},
EIGERtrade is a general-purpose, 3D frequency-domain electromagnetics code suite consisting of a pre-processor (Jungfrau), the physics code (EIGER), and post processor (Moench). In order to better enable collaborative development, EIGERtrade version 2.0 has been approved for release as open source software under a GNU Public License. EIGERtrade is primarily an integral-equation code for both frequency-domain electromagnetics and electrostatics. This version includes the following Green's… CONTINUE READING
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