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  • Author:
    Mikós Kuczmann,Amália Iványi
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The conventional node element is employed in finite element regions and the unknown variable is a primitive in time of the electric field.

A comprehensive analysis of the finite element method based lamination modeling has been performed and the results are presented in this paper. The simulations are made in two subsequent steps. The conventional node element is employed in finite element regions and the unknown variable is a primitive in time of the electric field. The results are compared with those of the TRIFOU-E code, in which Withney edge element is used. M Kuczmann, A Iványi. Akadémiai Kiadó, 2008. COMPEL-The international journal for computation and mathematics i. 2002. Hysteresis measurement in LabView. P Kis, M Kuczmann, J Füzi, A Ivanyi. Physica B: Condensed Matter 343 (1-4), 357-363, 2004. A new scalar hysteresis model. Potential formulations in magnetics applying the finite element method. Lecture Notes, Hungary, 2009. Using the Newton–Raphson method in the polarization technique to solve nonlinear static magnetic field problems.

Download Finite Element Method Magnetics for free. Finite element analysis of electromagnetic devices. Calibre is a cross-platform open-source suite of e-book software

Download Finite Element Method Magnetics for free. Solves low frequency magnetic, electrostatic, heat flow, and current flow problems on 2D and axisymmetric domains via the finite element method. Calibre is a cross-platform open-source suite of e-book software.

The finite element method is the most powerful general-purpose .

The finite element method is the most powerful general-purpose technique for computing accurate solutions to partial differential equations. Understanding and Implementing the Finite Element Method is essential reading for those interested in understanding both the theory and the implementation of the finite element method for equilibrium problems. This book contains a thorough derivation of the finite element equations as well as sections on programming the necessary calculations, solving the finite element equations, and using a posteriori error estimates to produce validated solutions.

The Finite Element Method Magnetics (FEMM) Freeware Package. The finite element solutions to some fairly simple problems in electrostatics have been presented in a step-by-step fashion. Finite element method. Finite Element Method - SciELO. Finite Element Method - yimg. The Finite Element Method. Finite Element Method - MIT. 1. 10 (1. 82). Hopefully, these examples will allow you to apply the program to practical problems with more complicated geometries. Reference Manual - Finite Element Method Magnetics.

Finite Element Method Magnetics. A Windows finite element solver for 2D and axisymmetric magnetic, electrostatic, heat flow, and current flow problems with graphical pre- and post-processors. Stable Distribution (21Apr2019). The 21Apr2019 build has been promoted to be the new Stable Distribution. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 46 (3), 875-879, 2009.

The aims of the book are to present a survey of the simulation of ferromagnetic hysteresis and its importance in electromagnetic field computation from electrical engineering point of view, and the implementation of hysteresis models in the Finite Element Method. The book starts with a summary of Maxwell's equations, their form in case of nonlinear static magnetic field problems and nonlinear eddy current field problems. The description of the possible potential formulations used in solving static magnetic field and eddy current field problems is presented. Finite Element Method is a possible technique to solve numerically the partial differential equations formulated by using the weak form. The review of the Finite Element Method is followed by the study of nodal finite elements as well as the newer vector elements. The modeling and measuring aspects of ferromagnetic hysteresis based on the authors' experiments are discussed next. A short summary of the fundamentals in magnetism and magnetic materials is also introduced. The Preisach model is presented as well as the neural network based scalar and vector hysteresis models developed by the authors. The method of identification of hysteresis models is also given. One chapter presents the polarization method as well as the fixed-point technique to solve nonlinear electromagnetic field problems. Nonlinear equations obtained from Maxwell's equations can be formulated as a fixed-point equation. This method results in a convergent numerical tool to solve nonlinear equations. The book is closed by a collection of seven problems solved by the nonlinear Finite Element Method applying the user-friendly graphical user interface and functions of COMSOL Multiphysics.