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Using hierarchic interpolation with mortar element method for electrical machines analysis

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7 Author(s)
O. J. Antunes ; Centro Fed. de Educacao Tecnologica de Santa Catarina, Florianopolls, Brazil ; J. P. A. Bastos ; N. Sadowski ; A. Razek
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This work analyzes the use of the mortar element method and moving band technique to perform the movement in electrical machines. To improve the accuracy of the methods, high order hierarchic interpolation is used on the interface between moving and fixed parts. Results with first, second, and third order hierarchic interpolation are shown in order to compare conforming and nonconforming approaches.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:41 ,  Issue: 5 )