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Simulating interaction of Smart Fluids with Solids

Is it possible to simulate interaction of Smart Fluids with Solids? Is there a software capable of doing so? What I Know: The two software that I know of are Autodesk Simulation Mechanical and ...
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Is it necessary to use Poisson - Boltzmann equation if I only need to build electrostatic potential from a PQR file?

A PQR file of a protein describes the positions in x, y and z and the charges of every atoms in it. If you have them, you can construct the charge density $\rho(x)$ of the protein, then use it to find ...
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How can simulation be fast when Electric Field is being measured with probe in CST Microwave Studio? [closed]

I am measuring the electric field in the closure box with aperture and using probe to achieve that. But I have a problem. When I use the probe for measurement, results are not accurate in transient ...
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Open-source 3D FEM Solver for Electromagnetics (Time-Harmonic Maxwell)

I was wondering if there exist any good (accurate/fast/easy-to-use) open-source FEM solvers for 3D time-harmonic Maxwell's equations. I am looking to simulate systems a few wavelengths large in the ...
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FEniCS: boundary conditions for electrostatic problems with dielectrics

I carefully read all circa 70 pages of FEniCS tutorial and I still do not understand how to solve electrostatic problems when I have materials with different dielectric constant. The self contained ...
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Different kinds of Integral Equation Methods

I am relatively new to integral equations for solving time-harmonic EM scattering problems. I have read a decent number of papers on the subject, and it seems that for formulations that can support 3D ...
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Defining electric current source excitations for surface integral equation formulations

In a finite difference (FD) based electromagnetic formulation based on a Yee cell grid, one can define electric current source excitations ($J$) on the $E$ field grid points. At a distance, the fields ...