Recently introduced time domain formulations based on the Finite Integration Method (FI) allow one to calculate slowly-varying electromagnetic fields with ...

based on the Finite Integration Method (FI) allow to calculate slowly-varying electromagnetic fields with various implicit time-stepping techniques. In this ...

Integral methods for solving eddy current problems use Biot–Savart law to produce non-local constitutive relations that lead to fully populated generalized mass ...

A three-dimensional finite element formulation for moving conductor problems is outlined. Upwinding is shown to be important at high values of the Peclet ...

This paper proposes a novel finite element method approach to minimize the 2D eddy current phenomenon by taking the diffusion equation into account.

Abstract. Eddy-current systems have been employed in many industrial applications such as in braking, transmission or damping systems.

The aim of this section is to introduce a numerical method to solve transient eddy current problems on moving conductors with a fixed mesh. With this end, we.

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Jul 11, 2015 · It tells us that thicker conductors experience greater force, and that as things move faster, the force will increase.

Index terms - Eddy currents, integral equations, finite element methods, nonlinear magnetics, moving conductors. ... Nonlinear Eddy-Current Problems with ...

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Another significant advantage to. FDM is that the full system matrix only needs to be inverted once, after which all induced currents may be calculated.