Organisation of Calculations of Two-Dimensional Quasistationary Electromagnetic Fields in Areas of Complicated Geometry and Different Physical Properties.
In the paper, there is presented the software application EML, which is used for automation of the process of numerical experiments for studying electromagnetic launch of conducting macroscopic objects in an accelerator of a railgun type in a spatially two-dimensional approximation. The corresponding physical-mathematical model is presented and the numerical algorithm used is described in brief. The use of this application is illustrated by an example of the study of effects of anisotropy of electric conductivity of a material of conductors on a distribution of current in a railgun. Main advantages of the conducting of series of calculations with the help of application EML is the convenience of specifying an area of complicated geometry and sub-areas with different physical properties, as well as significant simplification of storage and processing of results of calculations and preparation of input data.
Mathematical modelling in actual problems of science and technics