The goal of this project is to develop a reasonably accurate and affordable design tool to model the performance of McMillan-McGee’s patented induction heaters, which are used for thermal conductive remediation of contaminated soil. A good design tool would be useful to assess the feasibility and cost of using different heater lengths, diameters, and materials. Working knowledge of Maxwell’s equations, vector analysis, boundary value problems, Green’s functions, complex variables, contour integration, residues, integral transformations and differential equations would be essential background for this project.