Insulator Boundary for WhitneyAVSolver

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Insulator Boundary for WhitneyAVSolver

Post by pavel » 20 Nov 2015, 11:14

Hei,

I have two conducting bodies near each other. How correctly define a boundary between them which represents a thin electric insulator, so there will be no current flowing through, but magnetic flux flows freely through the boundary?

BR, Pavel

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Re: Insulator Boundary for WhitneyAVSolver

Post by felix » 06 May 2016, 12:36

Hi Pavel, could you solve this problem?

I'm trying to solve a simple problem like yours, only two electrodes almost perfect conductors over and under a cubic body almost perfect dielectric, I would like to know the electric field inside the body and I thimk that I'm not correctly setting up the boundary conditions.

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Re: Insulator Boundary for WhitneyAVSolver

Post by pavel » 16 May 2016, 12:21

Hi,

I have not solved it.
It might be a good addition if eddy-currents could be solved for each body separately, not to the whole domain with non-zero conductivity. This way the insulator boundary will be imposed automatically. Maybe a separate key for this?

BR, Pavel

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