Andreas M. Muesing

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In order to measure currents with high di/dt, Rogowski coils are usually used. This work studies the design of a PCB coil by means of electromagnetic field simulation. The PEEC method has been used to extract the parameters of the equivalent circuit of the coil geometry. Different winding arrangements were analyzed with respect to measurement signal(More)
The paper summarizes a new modeling procedure for 3D virtual design of EMI filter circuits. The proposed method, based on the coupling of the Partial Element Equivalent Circuit (PEEC) and Boundary Integral Method (BIM) methods, extends the standard PEEC approach for modeling in the presence of magnetic materials, hence allowing the PEEC-based modeling of(More)
In this paper, a novel 3-D electromagnetic modeling approach which enables electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) analysis of power converter systems in an accurate and computationally efficient way is presented. The 3-D electromagnetic modeling approach, implemented in the EMC simulation tool GeckoEMC, is based on two numerical techniques, the partial element(More)
Numerical simulation is a standard procedure in the design of power electronic systems. With simulation, one can test new concepts immediately without the need to order components and assembling which might be time-consuming and expensive. If something fails, there is no destruction but information about too high voltages and/or currents. Critical operating(More)
— In this paper, we present the performance of the 3D Partial Element Equivalent Circuit–Boundary Integral Method (PEEC-BIM) coupled model of toroidal inductors used typically in EMI filter applications. The presence of magnetic materials is modeled by replacing the surface of magnetic regions with equivalent distributions of fictitious currents. It is(More)
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