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Ansys Maxwell 2D Number of turns

by tya1010
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tya1010
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Jun10-14, 02:02 PM
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Hi,

How do you define number of turns in a coil designed to operate at 100 kHz? Maxwell 2D axisymmetric treats the coils as a single conductor, how can we define number of turns. I would appreciate any response.

Thanks
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jsgruszynski
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Jun26-14, 05:25 PM
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I don't know Maxwell but in Comsol you simply identify a toroidally shaped shell as being a "coil" and assign N turns plus a current direction (as a cross product orientation) as a property to it. IR losses are determined by the resistivity of the material assigned. The simulator "cheats" and simplifies the B calculation based on circular sheet currents in the structure and multiplies by N.

I'm guessing that Maxwell does something like this.
tya1010
#3
Jun26-14, 05:35 PM
P: 2
Thanks for the reply. I actually figured out how to integrate the number of turns (integrate N on the matrix) and maxwell does exactly the same thing with comsol and call it post processing.


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