[Getdp] 2d Resistor Boundary Conditions

John Phillips john.d.phillips at sbcglobal.net
Sat Feb 19 20:48:51 CET 2011


Attached is a simplified model of a thick film resistor using a 2d mesh.  Instead of applying the boundary conditions as voltage at the two terminals (as shown in the attached files), is it possible to use mixed boundary conditions, like voltage at the negative terminal, and either current, or current density at the positive terminal?

Thanks for your help.

John

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