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Magnetic modeling software

Where can I download software for modeling magnetic systems? by MagMike
Posted: 5 May 05 (Edited 15 Jan 08)

All in this list are for Magnetostatic solvers - Updated as of January 15, 2008
Free / Student (Limited) versions:
FEMM - FEMM (2D / RS) http://femm.berlios.de or
Integrated Engineering Software - Magneto (2D / RS) www.integratedsoft.com
Ansoft - Maxwell SV (2D) http://www.ansoft.com/downloads.cfm
Tera Analysis - Quickfield (2D / RS)  http://www.quickfield.com
Open Source - Poisson / Superfish (2D) http://laacg.lanl.gov/laacg/services/serv_codes.phtml#ps
Infolytica - MagNet (2D) www.infolytica.com
Not aware of any            

Professional / Full price:
Infolytica - MagNet (2D / RS / 3D) www.infolytica.com
Ansys - Emag (2D / RS / 3D) www.ansys.com
Ansoft - Maxwell 3D (3D) www.ansoft.com
Ansoft - Maxwell 2D (2D / RS) www.ansoft.com
Integrated Engineering Software - Magneto (2D / RS) www.integratedsoft.com
Integrated Engineering Software - Amperes (3D) www.integratedsoft.com
Vector Fields - Opera 2D (2D / RS) www.vectorfields.com
Vector Fields - Opera 3D (3D) www.vectorfields.com
Tera Analysis - Quickfield (2D / RS) http://www.quickfield.com
Cedrat - Flux (2D / 3D) www.cedrat.com

2D = Two dimensional
RS = Rotationally symmetric (Axisymmetric)
3D = Three dimensional

Thanks to UKPete (again) for his suggestion

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