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wireless power transmission simulation help.

I am very new in using comsol and have a little knowledge about comsol.I want to simulate wireless power system using comsol 4.3b.If someone give me some direction about how to simulate wireless power system then it will be great for me.I hope here in this blog there are so many experts.please someone expert help me.

5 Replies Last Post Aug 24, 2017, 11:09 PM EDT
Posted: 4 years ago Sep 16, 2013, 5:17 AM EDT

I am very new in using comsol and have a little knowledge about comsol.I want to simulate wireless power system using comsol 4.3b.If someone give me some direction about how to simulate wireless power system then it will be great for me.I hope here in this blog there are so many experts.please someone expert help me.


Perhaps you may need to use the RF module to simulate the wireless power system.
I am not sure whether what you want to simulate is "Magnetic Resonance for Wireless Power Transfer" like MIT researcher did, if it was, the "RF coil" example in RF module may be useful for you.
[QUOTE] I am very new in using comsol and have a little knowledge about comsol.I want to simulate wireless power system using comsol 4.3b.If someone give me some direction about how to simulate wireless power system then it will be great for me.I hope here in this blog there are so many experts.please someone expert help me. [/QUOTE] Perhaps you may need to use the RF module to simulate the wireless power system. I am not sure whether what you want to simulate is "Magnetic Resonance for Wireless Power Transfer" like MIT researcher did, if it was, the "RF coil" example in RF module may be useful for you.

Posted: 4 years ago Sep 17, 2013, 12:01 PM EDT
yes,i am trying to simulate is "Magnetic Resonance for Wireless Power Transfer" like MIT researcher did.So If you would give a direction how to proceed with RF module.please give me some advice how to proceed?thank u so much.
yes,i am trying to simulate is "Magnetic Resonance for Wireless Power Transfer" like MIT researcher did.So If you would give a direction how to proceed with RF module.please give me some advice how to proceed?thank u so much.

Posted: 3 years ago Apr 27, 2014, 9:49 PM EDT
Perhaps this thesis will be of interest to you, hdl.handle.net/1828/3502
Perhaps this thesis will be of interest to you, http://hdl.handle.net/1828/3502

Sameh Abdel Qawy
Posted: 2 years ago Mar 27, 2015, 9:15 PM EDT

I am very new in using comsol and have a little knowledge about comsol.I want to simulate wireless power system using comsol 4.3b.If someone give me some direction about how to simulate wireless power system then it will be great for me.I hope here in this blog there are so many experts.please someone expert help me.


Hi,
I am new in Comsol and I'd like to use it to simulate wireless power transmission. Can you give me some directions? Thanks a lot
[QUOTE] I am very new in using comsol and have a little knowledge about comsol.I want to simulate wireless power system using comsol 4.3b.If someone give me some direction about how to simulate wireless power system then it will be great for me.I hope here in this blog there are so many experts.please someone expert help me. [/QUOTE] Hi, I am new in Comsol and I'd like to use it to simulate wireless power transmission. Can you give me some directions? Thanks a lot

M. Maulana Nugraha
Posted: 4 weeks ago Aug 24, 2017, 11:09 PM EDT
I'm new in Comsol simulation. Did you know how to use it in wireless power transmission? Please help me if you can. Thanks a lot.
I'm new in Comsol simulation. Did you know how to use it in wireless power transmission? Please help me if you can. Thanks a lot.

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