Computer Simulation(EECE490O, 2006)

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Basics of simple modeling, numerical analysis, and computer-intensive simulation for applied and advanced E&M and charged particles (some plasma modeling included).

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S. Nakamura: Applied Numerical Methods in C, Prentice Hall (1995) or its Fortran version (1991): any one of these.

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Lecture notes

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Week 1-4: ODE solvers (initial value and boundary value ODEs)

Week 5-8: PIC method; introduction to Mathematica and Matlab

Week 9-11: PDE solvers and FEM

Week 12-14: Linear and nonlinear eq. solvers

7. Software

Electrostatics Analysis (Bela)

Please refer to the website( http://femm.foster-miller.net) for detailed usage.

Bela Program Demo presentation

This demo. presentation ppt file does not contain the animation parts. If you want all materials, please contact us. We have a CD for it.

Korea Program from FEM (2003/10/21)

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"Almost everything will soon be simulated before being made" (John McTague of Ford, et al.)

Modeling or computer-intensive simulation for E&M problems by using PCs, cluster parallel computers, or supercomputers has been become an important tool for difficult problem solving.

To be taught in English or in Korean or mixture.

For juniors, seniors, and grad. students; not offered every year (offered only second time in the 19-year history of POSTECH EE Dept.); to be graded separately for grad. and undergrad. students.