Software at the Chair TEMF

At the chair EMFT a number of software tools is developed to solve electromagnetic field problems.


Pyrit is a Finite Element Method Based numerical field simulation software written in Python to solve coupled systems of partial differential equations. Currently, the modular solver covers static and quasistatic electric and magnetic fields, stationary current problems, stationary, and transient heat conduction problems. The different modules can be coupled to analyze multiphysical engineering applications, such as e.g. foil windings, cable joints, and surge arresters.

The researchers working on the project are part of the Athene Young Investigator research group Quasistatics in Computational Engineering (QuinCE) at the Institute for Accelerator Science and Electromagnetic Fields (TEMF) .