Supplied conductors application: post-processing quantities
Solving process: reminder
With the application Supplied conductors, the solving process requires two steps, as presented in the table below.
PEEC computation (independent on the application) |
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computation of resistances and partial self-inductances (R, L) of each
element of the conductor, computation of partial mutual inductances (M) among all the parallel elements of the conductor |
Computation of the current |
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solving the electric equations ⇒ value of the current in each element |
Post-processing |
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magnetic flux density, Joule losses, Laplace force,… |
Local quantities
The local quantities issued from computation are presented in the table below.
Quantity | Unit | Explanation | |
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Current density in conductors: | complex vector | A/m^{2} | |
Magnetic flux density: | complex vector | T | Analytical (or semi- analytical): Biot and Savart |
Power losses density in conductors (by Joule effect): dP | real scalar | W/m^{3} | |
Laplace force density: average component | real vector | N/m^{3} | |
Laplace force density: pulsating component | complex vector | N/m^{3} |
Global quantities
The global quantities issued from the computation are presented in the table below.
Quantity | Unit | Explanation | |
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Total current carrying the conductor: | complex scalar | A | |
Power losses in the conductor (by Joule effect): P | real scalar | W | |
Laplace Force on the conductor: average component | real vector | N | |
Laplace Force on the conductor: pulsating component | complex vector | N |