User:Brian P. Josey/Notebook/2010/03/05

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Footwork for FEMM

After getting side tracked by the CRLS issue, and my linear algebra class, I'm back to work on the FEMM and ferritin projects. The last time I tried it, I went into it completely blind, so I am going back to have a better footing for next week and spring break, when I hope to have it fully fleshed out. I am also looking to see if there is a simple project that I could run to get some practice in FEMM, without charging in blind, again.

Here are my notes, links and ideas:

  • Find a simple project for FEMM to use as a guide.
  • Find a user's guide that makes sense
  • "LEGO" style magnetic yoke. (ninety degree bends)
    • Steve Koch 22:55, 5 March 2010 (EST):On idea we had was that if you can find horse-shoe style, we could cut it in half to produce 90 degree pieces.

I found a tutorial for FEMM for both magnetics and electrostatics, and I'm going to start them up soon.

SJK 22:55, 5 March 2010 (EST)
22:55, 5 March 2010 (EST)
I think I could give you a big jump-start if we worked together for about an hour. Want to schedule a time M, W, or F next week?

Brian P. Josey 18:20, 7 March 2010 (EST) I would definitely want to take some time to go over it. Any time next week that I'm in will work just fine and I don't have any preference. The sooner the better I guess, but whatever works.