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  • Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 14:04:41 -0700 (PDT)
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I am trying to build dipole sources, however, i couldn't find a documentation 
on how to creat pointcloud field vectors to be used with the 
ApplyFEMCurrentSource module. I have built a 3D slab with conductivities and 
would like to compute the electric field inside the 3D slab. 

Also, I would like to test the use of an array of electrodes as current 
sources, with these electrodes taking on different shapes, like disks, 
squares, etc...

Can you please advise on the best approach to simulate these electrodes? 
specifics on how to creat the point cloud field vectors for use in the FEM 
method and how to create electrodes with custom shapes would be great?

Thank you,
Raja Ghanem

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  • [SCIRUN-USERS] dipole and pointcloud field vectors, raja_ghanem, 06/20/2007

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