Describing sources


The only one possible type of source is characterized by:

  • an imposed value of the electric harmonic potential (V0)

The Flux describing of this type of source is detailed in the following blocks.

Imposed electric potential

It is possible to impose an electric harmonic potential (V0) on a region by using the regions known as non-material of the type: imposed electric potential.

The electric potential imposed on a face region (3D) or on a line region (2D/3D) is a time harmonic function:

V(t) = V0ejωt with

It is defined by:

  • the rms value (in V)
  • the phase (in degrees)

These two values can be uniform or space dependent.