Magnetic Field Analysis
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[JAC222] Irreversible Thermal Demagnetization Analysis of Incompletely Magnetized Magnets
In this example, analysis is performed while varying the temperature of magnetized magnets, and then the influence on the torque waveform and magnetic flux density distribution is…
[JAC107] Current voltage characteristics analysis of flyback converters
In this example, this case study obtains the current waveform of the primary / secondary winding and the core magnetic flux density distribution, current density distribution insi…
[JAC244] Magnetic Field Strength Analysis at a Sensor Position
In this example, with the analysis target being a motor and the detection sensor being a TMR sensor, an example where a detection signal waveform is obtained that is based on magn…
[JAC204] Copper Loss Reduction Effect Analysis of Switching Transformers using Litz Wire
This document introduces confirms the effects on copper loss due to the presence or absence of a twisted structure in the winding regarding the copper loss that occurs in the smal…
[JAC185] Analysis of Stray Loss in a Power Transformer
This note obtains loss distribution for each component in drive condition and checks local overheating.
[JAC156] Segregation Analysis of Torque Components for an IPM Motor
In this Application Note, the torque components are separated and the magnetic flux density distributions created by each magnetomotive force are confirmed.
[JAC157] Analysis of Eddy Currents in an IPM Motor Using the Gap Flux Boundary
This Application Note explains how to use the gap flux boundary condition to evaluate the eddy current loss in the magnet by changing the number of magnet divisions. This will mak…
[JAC139] Power Transmission Analysis Using Magnetic Resonance Phenomena
This Application Note presents how to confirm the power transmission efficiency and the magnetic flux density distribution.
[JAC102] Magnetic Field Analysis of a Magnetic Sensor
This Application Note presents how to obtain the magnetic flux density distribution at points in the horizontal and vertical directions away from the magnet.
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