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These verification problems show QuickField accuracy for different types of problems. For fair comparison with other methods please, keep in mind that Finite Element Method accuracy is highly dependent on the mesh size. QuickField simulation accuracy in most cases may be increased simply by automatic mesh improvement procedure (available in Professional Edition only).

Description Calculated value Error
Optimization. LabelMover optimization benchmark Length, volume 1%
Coaxial cylinders capacitance Capacitance 0.01%
Microstrip transmission line Capacitance 0.15%
Non-concentric spheres capacitance Capacitance 0.3%
Parallel wires capacitance Capacitance 0.5%
Spherical capacitor Capacitance 0.2%
Two conductors transmission line Capacitance 2.2%
Wire ring capacitance Capacitance 1.0%
Plane capacitor Dielectric losses 0.03%
Coulomb's law Coulomb's force 1%
Quadrupole charge Electric field strength (3D) <5%
Conducting sphere inside capacitor Electric field strength (3D) <5%
Dielectric ellipsoid in the uniform electric field Electric field strength (3D) 0.1%
Intersecting conducting planes electric field Electric field strength 2%
Thin film resistance Electrical resistance <0.3%
Harmonic analysis of saw function Fourier analysis 0.2%
Brooks coil Inductance 0.3%
Coaxial cylinders inductance Inductance 0.02%
Long solenoid inductance Inductance 0.2%
One turn loop inductance Inductance 0.2%
Parallel wires inductance Inductance 0.2%
Bandpass filter Filter transfer function <0.02%
Electrical circuit analysis Voltages and currents in the circuit elements <0.5%
Ampere's force law Magnetic force 0.2%
Permanent magnet force Magnetic force 1.5%
Induction motor analysis Magnetic torque 8%
Semi-infinite solid eddies Magnetic potential 1.1%
Coupl3. Temperature distribution in an electric wire Temperature 0.03%
Heat2. Cylinder with temperature dependent conductivity Temperature 0.5%
ISO 10211:2007 Test case A.1 validation Temperature <0.1°C
ISO 10211:2007 Test case A.2 validation Temperature <0.1°C
EN 1992-1-2:2004 Structural fire design Temperature profile
ISO 13786:2007 Periodic thermal transmittance Periodic thermal transmittance <1%
ISO 11855-2:2015 Pipe in the floor Average heat loss <3%
THeat2. Temperature response of a suddenly cooled wire Temperature 0.1 K
THeat3. Transient temperature distribution in an orthotropic metal bar Temperature 0.63%
Equilibrium temperature of two bodies Temperature 0.3%
Steel tank. Determine the wall outside temperature and heat losses Temperature 0.013%
Steam pipe. Minimum insulation layer thickness which is required for the allowable heat losses should be found Heat flux 0.7%
Vessel. Calculate heat flux passing through the spherical surface of the vessel Heat flux 0.3%
Heat3. Multi-layer coated pipe OHTC 0.5%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.1 validation. Aluminium frame section with thermal break and insulation panel Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.2 validation. Aluminium clad wood frame section and insulation panel Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.3 validation. PVC frame section with steel reinforcement and insulation panel Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.4 validation. Wood frame section and insulation panel Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.5 validation. Roof window frame section and insulation panel Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.6 validation. Sliding window frame section and insulation panel Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.7 validation. Fixed frame section and insulation panel Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.8 validation. Roller shutter box Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.9 validation. PVC shutter profile Thermal conductance L2D <3%
ISO 10077:2012 Test case D.10 validation. Wood frame section with glazing Thermal conductance LΨ2D <3%
Hooke's law. Cylindrical rod is loaded by tensile forces Deformation 0.3%
The bimetallic thermal control is made of a brass bar and magnesium bar Mechanical stress 6%