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Extended P21-Based Benchmarking

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Abstract

This paper highlights two important aspects of the electromagnetic field modeling and simulation when used for industrial applications, namely the application based benchmarking activities and the magnetic material modeling. It emphasizes the relationship between the two, and briefly reviews the recent progress in extending the TEAM (Testing Electromagnetic Analysis Methods) Problem 21 Family (P21) and the related modeling results, and proposes a new benchmarking project which includes the upgraded benchmark models that can handle extreme excitations, i.e. current sources with a DC bias, as well as multiple harmonics.

DOI 10.11648/j.ijepe.s.2016050101.11
Published in International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering (Volume 5, Issue 1-1, February 2016)

This article belongs to the Special Issue Numerical Analysis, Material Modeling and Validation for Magnetic Losses in Electromagnetic Devices

Page(s) 1-11
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Keywords

Extended Benchmarking, Extreme Excitation, Finite Element, Industrial Application, Magnetic Flux, Magnetic Loss, Problem 21 Family (P21), Working Magnetic Property Modeling

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  • Institute of Power Transmission and Transformation Technology, Baobian Electric Co., Ltd, Baoding, China

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  • Institute of Power Transmission and Transformation Technology, Baobian Electric Co., Ltd, Baoding, China

  • Institute of Power Transmission and Transformation Technology, Baobian Electric Co., Ltd, Baoding, China

  • Institute of Power Transmission and Transformation Technology, Baobian Electric Co., Ltd, Baoding, China

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