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This example exemplifies how to model the switching between current and voltage excitations in Terminal boundary conditions. A more detailed description of the phenomenon and the modeling process can be seen in the blog post "Control Current and Voltage Sources with the AC/DC Module". Read More
The AC/DC magnetic interfaces support material models defined in external C code. You can access external material functions, written in C code, which have been compiled into a shared library. By writing a wrapper function in C code, you can also use material functions written in another ... Read More
This introduction model creates a simple model of the magnetostatics problem with a wire of infinite length carrying current, which is commonly found in textbooks. Since there is an analytical solution to this problem, the model can be used to compare theory with numerical results from ... Read More
This introduction model creates a simple model of the electrostatics problem with two concentric cylinders of infinite length, which is commonly found in textbooks. Since there is an analytical solution to this problem, the model can be used to compare theory with numerical results from ... Read More
A trimmer capacitor has a variable capacitance. One way of obtaining this is to use parallel facing electrodes with a variable overlap area. In this example, the capacitance can be changed by turning one electrode using a screwdriver. Typically a linear angular response is desired. ... Read More
This example model demonstrates four different approaches for computing the integrals of fields over arbitrarily placed geometries that can be re-positioned without having to re-solve the model. This approach is also useful if you want to integrate the results of a model over different ... Read More
This single-phase induction motor model is used to compare with Testing Electromagnetic Analysis Method (TEAM) workshop problem 30. The Magnetic Fields physics interface is used to model the motor in the frequency domain at 60 Hz. The Velocity (Lorentz Term) feature is used to model the ... Read More