I am new in using EAGLE and I am currently trying to design a magnetorquer board. I would like to ask if it is possible to somehow create a solid-core electromagnetic coil (torque rod) that has known electrical and physical values: core (material, size-diameter and length-)and wire characteristics (number of windings, size, max current carrying capabilities, etc) in such a way to integrate it into my PCB design.
Moreover, i would like to create an air coil electromagnetic core in a rounded square for the back side of the same PCB.
For better undestanding, I will link the ISIS Magnetorquer board with images of its top and bottom views. Therefore, succinctly,my question is I can somehow integrate the electromagnetic coils to the PCB design or in the worse case scenario if there exists a library that include any customizable electromagnetic coils or any pre-made ones.
If not, is there any other program that can do this and that can be accessible to a newbie? (I'm running very low on time so I would take just about anything now)
EDIT:As the question is a little bit abstract(i am truly sorry for that), I will try to make it more specific with the help of your feedback.
EDIT4: In the links above, the electromagnetic coils (torque rods) are mounted on the PCB by using a plastic (or another material) support as seen in the links above, so they are separate components. The question above should have been how do I take these coils into consideration when designing the PCB in EAGLE. I believed that there is an electromagnetic coils library or that I can design it myself as a part somehow and this is the reasoning for the weirdly phrased question.