Can I have your thoughts on dielectric material in WhitneyAVHarmonicSolver?
I'm trying to analyze electromagnetic harmonic field with a slightly conductive part and a dielectric part.
Since the conductive part is anisotropic, I think WhitneyAVHarmonicSolver is the best for analysis.
But I should find the way to take permittivity in the analysis, since permittivity is neglected in this solver.
From time-harmonic Maxwell's equations,
curl H = sigma E + i epsilon omega E = (sigma + i epsilon omega) E
i: imaginary unit
So I think I can set "sigma" to real part of conductivity of conductive material, and "epsilon omega" to imaginary part of conductivity of dielectric material.
Do you think this assumption has problems?
Numerical methods and mathematical models of Elmer
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