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Field Precision Releases Low-cost 3D Simulation Software for Magnetic Fields
Field Precision LLC today announced the release of Magnum(TM) for 3D simulations of electromagnets and permanent magnet assemblies. The program has application to magnet design, particle-beam optics, electric motors and magnetic shielding.
The integrated Magnum package includes a graphical solid-geometry editor, an automatic conformal mesh generator, the finite-element solution package and an interactive post-processor. A textbook-quality instruction manual and a library of worked application examples are also supplied. The program cost represents a single-time purchase price with no continuing license fees and free updates. Package features include:
-- Direct import of complex parts from SolidWorks and other 3D CAD programs.
-- Representation of self-consistent saturation effects in any soft magnetic material.
-- Interactive graphical utility Magwinder(TM)
-- MagView(TM) postprocessor capabilities include high-quality 2D and 3D plots, interactive point and scan calculations and automatic force and energy integrals.
-- High degree of transparency with well-documented data formats.
-- Programs may be initiated from the command prompt, making it easy to create user control loops with Perl or other scripting languages.
-- Output file porting directly to the Field Precision OmniTrak(TM)
-- 32 or 64 bit solvers with dynamic memory allocation for huge meshes.
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Field Precision LLC
Dr. Stanley Humphries
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About Field Precision:
Field Precision LLC has created easy-to-use 2D and 3D simulation software for personal computers since 1989. Application areas include electrostatics, permanent magnets, charged-particle devices, microwave equipment, biomedical engineering and X-ray technology. The company is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our educational texts on charged particle physics and technology are in use by over 20,000 students and researchers. For detailed information (customer lists, research projects and publications)