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FE analysis and design of electrical devices for automotive applications

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In this paper, different approaches to the analysis and design of electrical devices for automotive applications are presented. These are mainly characterised by different finite element (FE) formulations (magnetostatic and electromagnetic quasi-static formulation), different geometrical hypothesis (2D and 3D domain) and different solutions of coupled problems (weak and strong coupling). Several components have been examined, designed and realised and calculated results have been validated by experimental investigation.

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Power Electronics, Machines and Drives, 2002. International Conference on (Conf. Publ. No. 487)

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4-7 June 2002