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  1. [L-MA-04] New & Improved Iron Loss Analysis Function

    When performing iron loss analysis, it is necessary to select optimal methods accounting for the likes of analysis targets, objectives, accuracy, types of usable data, and more.

  2. 200 – Iron Loss Analysis of IPM Motor using Hysteresis Model

    In this example, a hysteresis model accounting for minor loops of the direct current bias magnetism and the lamination analysis function accounting for eddy current distribution i…

  3. [W-SE-113] Reduction of calculation time using Equivalent Circuit model

    In electrical machine design, the use of coupled analysis between the electromagnetic FEA and the motor drive control circuit is necessary in order to have an understanding of the…

  4. [W-MA-88] Improvements in Accuracy of Anomalous Eddy Current Loss Calculations (1)

    In iron loss analysis, conventionally, methods using previously measured iron loss data have been mainly used (hereinafter referred to as conventional methods).

  5. [W-MA-111] Improvements in Accuracy of Anomalous Eddy Current Loss Calculations (2)

    The iron loss analysis method the most commonly applied uses measured iron loss data (hereinafter referred to as the conventional method). In the conventional method, since the ap…

  6. [L-MU-110] Reaching Steady-State at an Early Stage Using a Control Circuit Containing a JMAG-RT Model

    Many motor performance evaluations are performed at steady-state. If transients occur during control/circuit coupling, it is necessary to calculate the number of electrical angle …

  7. [L-MO-108] Motor Performance Evaluation Considering Control

    At the motor component design stage, motor performance is evaluated using an ideal sinusoidal current.

  8. 228 – Induction Motor Thermal Analysis

    In this example, evaluating induction motor temperature distribution.

  9. [W-TR-15] Loss Evaluation of a Transformer Shield Based on the Homogenization Method

    In this paper, each electromagnetic steel sheet of the shield is not modeled; by applying the homogenization method which replaces magnetically and electrically equivalent materia…

  10. [W-MA-47] Toward Practical Application of Iron Loss Analysis Taking Stress into Account

    Increasing the accuracy of an iron loss analysis for a magnetic field analysis poses challenges.

  11. [W-MA-50] Effectiveness and Limits of 2D Analysis from Loss Analysis

    In electromagnetic field analysis, 2D analysis (FEM) that include iron loss evaluations are widely used as a way to find a balance between finely detailed analysis and convenient …

  12. [W-MA-67] On the Geometry Edge Effects in Laminated Steel Sheet Eddy Current Loss Analysis

    As rotating machines increase in speed and geometries become more complicated, prediction of performance by loss calculations become increasingly important.

  13. [W-MA-49] Necessity and Approach of Stray Load Loss Analysis

    The main components of loss depend on the operating point. One of these components is stray load loss.

  14. [W-MO-24] Copper Loss Analysis of a Rotating Machine Using the Zooming Method

    In this paper, this method is applied to a copper loss characteristics analysis of wires in a 2D rotating machine as well as a loss analysis of litz wires in a 3D rotating machine…

  15. [W-MB-64] Modeling Loss in JMAG-RT

    In this paper, we explain how loss is modeled in a JMAG-RT model.

  16. [W-MO-85] Efficiency Map Evaluations Considering Harmonic Loss

    In this paper, we propose a method that combines two approaches to calculate the efficiency at various operating points considering the influence of time harmonics and other effec…

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