Featuring geometric flexibility, spectrally accurate numerical convergence, and an efficient parallel implementation
In the software package NekCEM (Nekton for Computational ElectroMagnetics) the spectral element discontinuous Galerkin (SEDG) method is employed on a conformal spectral-element mesh. NekCEM features geometric flexibility, spectrally accurate numerical convergence, and an efficient parallel implementation.
This package consists of the components of meshing, Maxwell time domain solver, electrostatic poisson solver, and visualization tools. It supports the computational domain boundary with perfectly matched layer, perfect conductor, and periodic material.