Analyze, Design, and Simulate Magnetic Systems with Magnetica
February 18, 2004--Magnetica, a new independent application package for
Mathematica, can now be immediately downloaded upon purchase from the
Wolfram Research web store. A 30-day free trial version is also available.
Magnetica is a powerful yet easy-to-use tool for solving real-world problems
in magnetostatics and related areas. Ideal for engineers, scientists,
medical researchers, MRS or MRI radiologists, educators, and students,
Magnetica's applications extend to a wide range of industries and research
fields including electrical and electronic manufacturing, electrical power
and utilities, magnetic resonance instrumentation manufacturing, and
metallurgic and chemical processes in the production of magnetic materials.
Magnetica is a unique tool for advanced engineering and research. Unlike
most competitive products on the market, Magnetica employs the faster and more
precise, intuitive, and transparent DICEM (Direct Integration and
Cell Elements Method) method of magnetic field calculation. Other tools rely on
closed-box FEM (Finite Element Method) methods that offer insufficient
precision for some applications and present a steeper learning curve for
beginners. Combined with Mathematica's wide computational and visualization
capabilities, Magnetica offers the advantages of high precision,
adaptability, graphical mapping and display, and rapidity.
Although Magnetica is a Mathematica application package, no prior knowledge
of Mathematica is required to take advantage of the package's functionality.
Magnetica incorporates a front-end program for the acquisition and
validation of data with a built-in database of typical materials and
typical magnetic system cases, as well as a magnetic field calculation
engine and subsystem for drawing (2D and 3D) magnetic systems and magnetic
field maps. The extensive online help system includes a help browser, complete set of
palettes, reference guide, and detailed user manual.
Developed and supported by Magneticasoft, Magnetica is designed for use with
Mathematica 4 or later and is available for all