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FEM of a magnet

FEM of a magnet

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dear friends

as i need to simulate a magnetic field generated by magnets (FEM) ,i keep wondering which software is better to do so,would you please guide me which is the easiest one is it patran_nastran or marc or ansys.

thank you for your help

RE: FEM of a magnet

I find the programs that specialize in magnetics are superior to the general purpose FEA programs. You can try FEMM for free. I rather like Infolytica MagNet. Thee are many others.

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The Help for this program was created in Windows Help format, which depends on a feature that isn't included in this version of Windows.

RE: FEM of a magnet

(OP)
thank you dgallup for your help.
yet as we have both licences for MSC products and ansys in our school so i have to use one of the products.
as a first step,i already downoald FEMM,thank you for the link,i will use it to get my results.

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