TetraX Documentation#

Version: 1.2.0

TetraX is a package for finite-element-method (FEM) micromagnetic modeling with the aim to provide user friendly and versatile micromagnetic workflows. Apart from energy minimizers and an LLG solver, it aims to provide implementations of several FEM dynamic-matrix approaches to numerically calculate the normal modes and associated frequencies for magnetic specimen of different geometries such as confined samples, infinitely long waveguides, or infinitely extended multilayers. Apart from ferromagnets, the package will also be able to be used for antiferromagnetic samples in a future release.


Magnetic equilibria#


Spin-wave dispersions#


Mode profiles#

and more.

Getting start#

For a quick introduction, how to start your own FEM micromagnetic simulations, visit our Getting started page and take a look at the provided Examples.

Cite us#

If you use TetraX for your research, please cite


L. Körber, G. Quasebarth, A. Hempel, F. Zahn, A. Otto, E. Westphal, R. Hertel and A. Kákay (2022). “TetraX: Finite-Element Micromagnetic-Modeling Package”, Rodare. DOI: 10.14278/rodare.1418


L. Körber, G. Quasebarth, A. Otto and A. Kákay, “Finite-element dynamic-matrix approach for spin-wave dispersions in magnonic waveguides with arbitrary cross section”, AIP Advances 11, 095006 (2021)

  author = {Körber, Lukas and
            Quasebarth, Gwendolyn and
            Hempel, Alexander and
            Zahn, Friedrich and
            Otto, Andreas and
            Westphal, Elmar and
            Hertel, Riccardo and
            Kakay, Attila},
     title = {{TetraX: Finite-Element Micromagnetic-Modeling
     month = jan,
     year = 2022,
     doi = {10.14278/rodare.1418},
     url = {https://doi.org/10.14278/rodare.1418}

             title = {Finite-element dynamic-matrix approach for spin-wave dispersions
                      in magnonic waveguides with arbitrary cross section},
             volume = {11},
             doi = {10.1063/5.0054169},
             language = {en},
             journal = {AIP Advances},
             author = {Körber, L and Quasebarth, G and Otto, A and Kákay, A},
             year = {2021},
             pages = {095006},

The numerical experiments implemented in TetraX are often based on seminal papers. In order to give credit to these works, when conducting a numerical experiment, TetraX saves references important for this experiment to a bibtex file called references.bib, found in the sample directory. In this file, each entry contains a comment field describing how the reference was important for the computation. When publishing results calculated with TetraX in your research, please also give credit to the works which are important for the numerical experiments you conducted.

Source & license#

The source code of TetraX is licensed under the GNU GPL v3.0 Open-Source license.

Indices and tables#