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Dilated subregions for solving FEM problems with thin air-gaps: First step, 2D magnetostatic cases

Abstract : An original FEM-based method dealing with problems with thin air-gaps is proposed: thin regions are moved outside the initial domain and are dilated in order to expand the mesh size both inside and around the thin domain. Obtained 2D problems are solved thanks to an adapted formulation. Preliminary results are really encouraging.
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Julien Fontchastagner, Geoffrey Devornique, Sara Bazhar, Baptiste Ristagno, Denis Netter, et al.. Dilated subregions for solving FEM problems with thin air-gaps: First step, 2D magnetostatic cases. 18th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, ISEM 2017, Sep 2017, Chamonix - Mont-Blanc, France. ⟨hal-02943727⟩

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