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harryXdn

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- How to model the induced EMF in a coil in Ansys Maxwell

Hi guys,

I'm new to this forum. I'd like to know how I could perform a simulation to find the induced EMF in a coil placed closer to a current-carrying conductor. I'm not sure how I should model the coil. I tried modelling it as a solenoid but the solenoid exceeds my required length when I enter the number of turns. On the other hand I'd like to know the effect of radius change when the number of turns are increased so that the coil is wound on each other. Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

I'm new to this forum. I'd like to know how I could perform a simulation to find the induced EMF in a coil placed closer to a current-carrying conductor. I'm not sure how I should model the coil. I tried modelling it as a solenoid but the solenoid exceeds my required length when I enter the number of turns. On the other hand I'd like to know the effect of radius change when the number of turns are increased so that the coil is wound on each other. Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.