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By Gang Li1, Narayan Aluru1

1. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Computes the surface charge density distribution on the surface of the conductors in a multiconductor system

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Version 1 - published on 25 Mar 2004

doi:10.4231/D3RV0D05Z cite this

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CENEMS is a user-friendly tool that computes the surface charge density distribution on the surface of the conductors in a multi-conductor system. CENEMS contains a graphical user interface which will allow users to design multi-conductor systems, including drawing conductors, specifying applied voltage and discretization level (the higher the level, the finer the discretization) for the conductors. After running the simulation, users can immediately see the surface charge density distribution on the conductors. CENEMS solves the exterior potential problem and computes the surface charge density by using boundary integral equations and a Boundary Cloud Method (BCM).

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  • Gang Li; Narayan Aluru (2004), "CENEMS," (DOI: 10.4231/D3RV0D05Z).

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