Computer Simulation(EECE695, 2005)

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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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Some basic knowledge of one of computer languages, C or Fortran.

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

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S/U or letter grades (student auditing discouraged).

To be graded separately in two classes, simulation major and non-major.

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Week1-4: Ordinary differential eqs. (solvers and projects)Week 5-7: Linear and nonliner eqs. solvers

Week 8-11: Partial diff. eqs. (FDM) and finite element method (FEM) solvers (and practices)

Week 12-15: Kinetic Monte Carlo simulations (project)

5. 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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