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Using Mortar Element Method for Eddy Current Testing Finite Element Computations

Abstract : A local error estimation and adaptive meshing method for finite element analysis in eddy current nondestructive testing problems is proposed. Two dual formulations using Whitney elements have been applied to solve the magnetodynamic problem. By using this property of complementary, different error estimators were defined and were studied. These estimators are used for determining the mesh refinement zones. Numerical evaluations are given at the end of the paper, where the procedure of the adaptive meshing is presented and validated.
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Laurent Santandrea, Yayha Choua, Yann Le Bihan, Claude Marchand. Using Mortar Element Method for Eddy Current Testing Finite Element Computations. 16th Biennial Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG), Jun 2007, Aachen, Germany. 2007, COMPUMAG 2007: Selected Papers from the 16th Biennial Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG). ⟨hal-01547585⟩

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