The Finite Element Method (abbreviated as FEM) allows to determine the correctness of the simulation model and the implementation of new structural solutions that aim to increase the efficiency of the sensors.
Magnetic simulations using the FEM method are used, among others, in the development of polymer magnets. They are used to simulate the magnetic field in the injection molds, to calculate the field of magnetic coils and to optimize measurement stations. Static as well as time-dependent calculations are used for this purpose. In the case of multipolar magnets, a complicated distribution of the magnetic field inside the magnet is often encountered, which requires special simulation methods.