Magnetic Field Simulations Using Explicit Time Integration With Higher Order Schemes

11/05/2020
by   Bernhard Kähne, et al.
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A transient magneto-quasistatic vector potential formulation involving nonlinear material is spatially discretized using the finite element method of first and second polynomial order. By applying a generalized Schur complement the resulting system of differential algebraic equations is reformulated into a system of ordinary differential equations (ODE). The ODE system is integrated in time using the explicit Euler scheme, which is conditionally stable by a maximum time step size. To overcome this limit, an explicit multistage Runge-Kutta-Chebyshev time integration method of higher order is employed to enlarge the maximum stable time step size. Both time integration methods are compared regarding the overall computational effort.

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