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INDIRECT INTEGRAL‐BOUNDARY MODEL OF 3‐D MAGNETIC FIELD

K. Pawluk (Department of Fundamental Research in Electrotechnics Institute of Electrical Engineering, 04–703 Warsaw ul.Pozaryskiego 28)

Abstract

In the paper the boundary‐integral model of the stationary magnetic field in a 3‐D linear region is presented. The region is bounded from inside or from outside by metallic materials of different permeability. Current sources of the field are represented by the filaments coinciding with axes of the conductors, and the magnetic field is described in terms of a scalar magnetic potential. Surface densities of the magnetic charge in monopole and dipole form are used as the variables in the boundary‐integral equations. The calculation of magnetic field distribution in the end region of an electrical machine may be effectively performed with the use of the proposed approach. Some results of computation of boundary quantities are presented.

Citation

Pawluk, K. (1992), "INDIRECT INTEGRAL‐BOUNDARY MODEL OF 3‐D MAGNETIC FIELD", COMPEL - The international journal for computation and mathematics in electrical and electronic engineering, Vol. 11 No. 1, pp. 33-36. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb051745

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