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Nonlinear magnetic field solutions based on a vector magnetic potential

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3 Author(s)
F. Simons ; University of Florida, Orlando, Fla. ; D. Kozakoff ; R. Harden

The earlier successful techniques for numerical solution of magnetic field problems required defining a field quantity and magnetic permeability over the problem grid model. Later improved but limited techniques were introduced whereby it was necessary to define only a field quantity, usually a potentia function, over the grid because the magnetic material characteristics were incorporated directly into the equations. The work presented in this paper represents a culmination of these latter efforts in that technique is presented whereby the general three-dimensional magnetic field boundary value problem with current regions can be solved numerically.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 3 )