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If electromagnetic problems are solved by finite elements, the computation for problems involving infinite space and/or complicated coil geometries causes difficulties. One possibility to treat such problems is the coupling of finite elements (FEM) and boundary elements (BEM), referred to as BEM-FEM coupling. The physical problem is decomposed into a BEM part, which represents the surrounding space as well as prescribed exciting currents, and a FEM part, which contains the magnetic media. Indoi:10.5170/cern-1999-001.47 fatcat:ut6r4iahrjhfnkjshc2lqygb4a