|May31-12, 01:53 PM||#1|
Modelling a piece of metal in an induction problem
I'm working on a basic simulation of a metal detector. In order to simplify the problem, I considered the piece of metal as a simple loop, characterized a resistance and inductance (a basic RL circuit actually).
Then I would like to know if my model is acceptable. How could I justify it ?
At first sight, I would say it represents the behavior of Eddy current induced in the metal.
So what do you think about this model ?
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