3D Line Current Model of Coils and External Circuits. Dreher, T. and Meunier, G. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 31(3):1853–1856, IEEE, May, 1995.
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The paper describes a method of three dimensional magnetic field simulation with finite elements including the eddy current problem of coils that are coupled with an electric network. The coupled problem is treated in a time stepping scheme. The electric coils are represented in a mesh-independent fashion by the line current model. The equations from a nodal analysis of the electric circuit are solved simultaneously with the finite element equation system at each time step
@Article{         Dreher_1995aa,
  abstract      = {The paper describes a method of three dimensional magnetic field simulation with finite elements including the eddy current problem of coils that are coupled with an electric network. The coupled problem is treated in a time stepping scheme. The electric coils are represented in a mesh-independent fashion by the line current model. The equations from a nodal analysis of the electric circuit are solved simultaneously with the finite element equation system at each time step},
  author        = {Dreher, Thomas and Meunier, Gérard},
  doi           = {10.1109/20.376398},
  file          = {Dreher_1995aa.pdf},
  issn          = {0018-9464},
  journal       = {IEEE Transactions on Magnetics},
  keywords      = {coupling,circuit,field,physics,mna},
  langid        = {english},
  month         = may,
  number        = {3},
  pages         = {1853--1856},
  publisher     = {IEEE},
  title         = {3D Line Current Model of Coils and External Circuits},
  volume        = {31},
  year          = {1995},
  shortjournal  = {IEEE Trans. Magn.}
}
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