Comparison of Formulations for RF Heating
Application ID: 115821
This model compares the results of five different formulations and approaches to solving an RF heating problem consisting of a coaxial cable inserted into a sample of lossy dielectric material. Results show that the different formulations agree over a wide frequency band.
To learn more about this model, see our accompanying blog posts "Using Different Physics Interfaces for RF Electromagnetic Heating Models" and "Understanding the Excitation Options for Modeling Electric Currents".
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