Computational and visual electromagnetism using an integrated programming language for undergraduate engineering students
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Numerical modeling is now an essential part of undergraduate engineering education. This paper reviews the content and delivery of a course for undergraduate engineers, in computational and visual electromagnetics using the integrated programming language, Matlab. A number of numerical methods are discussed including FDM, FEM, MOM and BEM during class. Matlab is then used to implement these methods in a series of workshops, laboratories exercises and assignments
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics
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