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The finite element method for electromagnetic modeling
Chapter 1. The nodal finite element method (J.L. Coulomb). Chapter 2. Static formulations, P. Dular (F. Piriou). Chapter 3. Dynamic formulations (Z. Ren, F. Bouillault). Chapter 4. Mixed formulationsExpand
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Coupled Field-Circuit Problems: Trends and Accomplishments
The formulations and numerical methods for two-dimensional eddy-current problems in which conductors with eddy currents are connected by external circuits are reviewed. Expand
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A General Purpose Method for Electric and Magnetic Combined Problems for 2D, Axisymmetric and Transient Systems
  • P. Lombard, G. Meunier
  • Computer Science
  • Digest of the Fifth Biennial IEEE Conference on…
  • 3 August 1992
The non-linear analysis of electrical devices is often limited by the complexity of power supply. Expand
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A shell element for computing 3D eddy currents-application to transformers
A skin depth-independent shell element to model thin conducting sheets is described in a finite element context. This element takes into account the field variation through depth due to skin effect.Expand
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Calculating the impedance of a grounding system
Following up previous research concerning low frequency electromagnetic emission from a grounding system [Nekhoul et al., 1995], the authors suggest a methodology which allows a completeExpand
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Different formulations to model superconductors
This paper presents a comparison between three different formulations using A, T/spl Phi/ or E as the state variable in order to model bulk superconductors using the Newton Raphson time steppingExpand
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Surface impedance for 3D nonlinear eddy current problems-application to loss computation in transformers
A method based on surface impedance and the limit theory using a rectangular B(H) curve has been developed. The method, as well as the finite element formulation is first described. A computation onExpand
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End winding reactance computation using a 3D finite element program
The computation of end winding reactance using a 3-D finite element program is presented. The program used is FLUX3D, which takes into account the exact geometry of the machine and the 3-DExpand
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An Original Solution for unbounded electromagnetic 2D- and 3D problems throughout the finite element method
A finite-element modeling of open boundary problems is presented and applied to magnetostatic problems in two and three dimensions. It is shown that computation of the magnetic field is achieved withExpand
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