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I'm trying to simulate a Magnetostatic problem. In my model there are two coils and a reciprocating permanent magnet. I defined a parameter, Xpm (movement of permanent magnet) in x direction to imply the reciprocating movement of permanent magnet like a piston. Xpm = f(t). I defined "t" as sweep parameter. When the time changes and the magnet moves back and forth, the amount of Flux will change in the iron core of the coil. Obviously, because of magnetostatic simulation, I can't obtain induced current in coils.

Is it possible to obtain how much voltage induced in coils by moving the magnet?

The picture I attached shows how I setup the model. After calculation of "MagFlux" in Optimetrics section, I used excel to calculate how much voltage induced to the coil by using this equation: V = -d(phi)/dt.

Is that correct what I've done?

Is it possible to obtain how much voltage induced in coils by moving the magnet?

The picture I attached shows how I setup the model. After calculation of "MagFlux" in Optimetrics section, I used excel to calculate how much voltage induced to the coil by using this equation: V = -d(phi)/dt.

Is that correct what I've done?