Quickfield

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Quickfield
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Screen shot of Quickfield
Developer(s) Tor Cooperative
Initial release 1991
Stable release
6.1 / December 22, 2015 (2015-12-22)
Operating system Windows
Type Finite element analysis
License Proprietary EULA
Website [1]

QuickField is a finite element analysis software package running on Windows platforms.[1] It is developed by Tor Cooperative, a Russian firm under the name ELCUT and marketed outside Russia by Tera Analysis under the name QuickField.[2] QuickField is available as a commercial program or as a free Student Edition with limited functionality. Main applications include computer simulations of electromagnetic fields for scientific and industrial purposes, and use as a teaching aid in the college and university electromagnetic or physics courses.[3]

Analysis types[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Applied Electromagnetics Using QuickField & MATLAB by James R. Claycomb. ISBN 978-1-934015-12-4
  2. ^ Quick and easy field analysis by Kenneth R. Foster, December 1999.
  3. ^ How software assists designing motors and generators by M. Khanin. Machine Design, June 2005.

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