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Three-dimensional eddy current calculation using finite element method with A-V in conductor and Ω in vacuum

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1 Author(s)
A. Kameari ; Mitsubishi Atomic Power Ind. Inc., Tokyo, Japan

Three-dimensional eddy current equations are formulated in terms of a magnetic vector potential A and an electric scalar potential V in the conductive regions and a reduced magnetic scalar potential Ω in the nonconductive region. A finite-element computer code, EDDY3DT, has been developed using this A-V formulation. Application to test problems and comparison with the analytical solutions or results by other methods show that the A-V formulation is effective for problems involving anisotropic and discontinuous conductivities, cracks, and holes

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 1 )