A multigrid solver for 3D electromagnetic diffusion.
A multigrid solver for 3D electromagnetic diffusion with tri-axial electrical anisotropy. The matrix-free solver can be used as main solver or as preconditioner for one of the Krylov subspace methods implemented in scipy.sparse.linalg, and the governing equations are discretized on a staggered Yee grid. The code is written completely in Python using the NumPy/SciPy-stack, where the most time- and memory-consuming parts are sped up through jitted numba-functions.
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- Multigrid solver for 3D electromagnetic (EM) diffusion with regular grids (where source and receiver can be electric or magnetic).
- Calculate the 3D EM field in the complex frequency domain or in the real Laplace domain.
- Can be used together with the SimPEG-framework.
- Can be used as a standalone solver or as a pre-conditioner for various Krylov subspace methods implemented in SciPy, e.g., BiCGSTAB (scipy.sparse.linalg.bicgstab) or CGS (scipy.sparse.linalg.cgs).
- Tri-axial electrical anisotropy.
- Isotropic magnetic permeability.
- Semicoarsening and line relaxation.
- Grid-size can be anything.
- As a multigrid method it scales with the number of unknowns N and has therefore optimal complexity O(N).
You can install emg3d either via conda (preferred):
conda install -c prisae emg3d
or via pip:
pip install emg3d
Required are Python version 3.7 or higher and the modules NumPy, SciPy, and numba; discretize (from SimPEG) is highly recommended.
If you are new to Python we recommend using a Python distribution, which will ensure that all dependencies are met, specifically properly compiled versions of NumPy and SciPy; we recommend using Anaconda. If you install Anaconda you can simply start the Anaconda Navigator, add the channel prisae and emg3d will appear in the package list and can be installed with a click.
If you publish results for which you used emg3d, please give credit by citing Werthmüller et al. (2019):
Werthmüller, D., W. A. Mulder, and E. C. Slob, 2019, emg3d: A multigrid solver for 3D electromagnetic diffusion: Journal of Open Source Software, 4(39), 1463; DOI: 10.21105/joss.01463.
All releases have a Zenodo-DOI, provided on the release-page.
See CREDITS for the history of the code.
Copyright 2018-2019 The emg3d Developers.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0, see the LICENSE-file.
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