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NNIN/C @ Michigan Webinar: Solving for Micro and Macro-scale Electrostatic Configurations using Robin Hood Solver  edit    delete

Category: seminar
Description: Topic: Solving for Micro and Macro-scale Electrostatic Configurations using Robin Hood Solver.
Date: March 14th, 2013
Time: 11:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT.

Presenters:
Toni Drabik, Sales Director at Artes Calculi Ltd.
Hrvoje Abraham, CEO, Artes Calculi Ltd.

In this webinar you will learn how you can use Robin Hood Solver to create and solve electrostatic models – from simple to the more complex ones. We will demonstrate how Robin Hood Solver can be used to quickly and easily set-up and solve electrostatic problems with various boundary conditions, precise calculation and attractive visualization of electric field and potential, estimation of Faraday cage shielding capabilities, capacitance and capacitance matrix of arbitrary electrode configuration which is of special importance in capacitive sensor development. We will also show how the results of the calculation can be post-processed and visualized in order to quickly grasp the meaning of the obtained numbers. Advanced features such as Lua scripting, export/import of data to/from other tools will be also discussed and we will show Robin Hood Solver advanced task-based concept which enables the user to easily go back to any previously performed operation and change it, thus also changing all subsequent operations. At the end, we will briefly touch on more complex examples and applications of use and we will dedicate time for questions and answers.
When: Thursday 14 March, 2013, 11:00 am EDT - 12:00 pm EDT
Where: University of Michigan
Website: http://lnf.umich.edu/nnin-at-michigan/index.php/robin-hood/
Tags:
  1. electrostatics
  2. NNIN
  3. Robin hood
  4. University of Michigan

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