[SciPy-user] static magnetic field ?
Thu Oct 25 12:27:01 CDT 2007
> On Thu, Oct 25, 2007 at 05:21:54PM +0200, Stef Mientki wrote:
>> does anyone knows about a Python library,
>> for the calculation and visualization of static magnetic fields ?
> If Python bindings are OK,
> Ephi is a C++ physics simulation software to simulate static
> magnetic fields and movement of charged particles in those
> fields (using the Lorentz force). Coulomb forces are also
> accounted when simulating particle paths. So Ephi allows you
> to model and visualize magnetic fields through current
> elements and also to visualize electron paths within those
> fields. Magnetic fields are calculated using numeric
> integration over the Biot-Savart law.
> looks like exactly what you need, because in the README file:
> Python interface
> Ephi also provides a python interface for programming
> the simulation scenes in python. See src/*.py for examples.
I found that too,
and indeed it seems to fit my needs,
(although I want to experiment with permanent magnets, Halbacher arrays,
I simulate that with coils too),
but unfortunately there is very little documentation about the functions
and it's parameters in Ephi.
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