Towards Real-Time Magnetic Dosimetry Simulations for Inductive Charging Systems

by   Norman Haussmann, et al.

The exposure of a human by magneto-quasistatic fields from wireless charging systems is to be determined from magnetic field measurements in near real-time. This requires a fast linear equations solver for the discrete Poisson system of the Co-Simulation Scalar Potential Finite Difference (Co-Sim. SPFD) scheme. Here, the use of the AmgX library on NVIDIA GPUs is presented for this task. It enables solving the equation system resulting from an ICNIRP recommended human voxel model resolution of 2 mm in less than 0.5 seconds on a single NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPU.


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