Transient field-circuit coupling based on a topological approach. Mertens, R., De Gersem, H., & Hameyer, K. *COMPEL: The International Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering*, 19(2):304–309, 2000. abstract bibtex Although three-dimensional finite element calculations belong to the present state of possibilities, two-dimensional calculations are still preferred to obtain an acceptable solution in a reasonable time. As the calculation method has to consider induced currents, motion, saturation and end-effects, a transient approach using a one-step time-stepping scheme is chosen. The end-effects of, for example, an induction machine are taken into account by coupling the finite element model with an external lumped parameter model. Solid and stranded conductors, arbitrarily connected, are distinguished in the hybrid circuit description and only a minimal number of circuit equations are added to the system matrix.

@Article{ Mertens_2000aa,
abstract = {Although three-dimensional finite element calculations belong to the present state of possibilities, two-dimensional calculations are still preferred to obtain an acceptable solution in a reasonable time. As the calculation method has to consider induced currents, motion, saturation and end-effects, a transient approach using a one-step time-stepping scheme is chosen. The end-effects of, for example, an induction machine are taken into account by coupling the finite element model with an external lumped parameter model. Solid and stranded conductors, arbitrarily connected, are distinguished in the hybrid circuit description and only a minimal number of circuit equations are added to the system matrix. },
author = {Mertens, Ronny and De Gersem, Herbert and Hameyer, Kay},
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journal = {COMPEL: The International Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering},
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number = {2},
pages = {304--309},
title = {Transient field-circuit coupling based on a topological approach},
volume = {19},
year = {2000},
shortjournal = {COMPEL}
}

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