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Three-dimensional magnetostatic field calculation using boundary element method

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2 Author(s)
Rucker, W.M. ; Inst. fur Grundlagen & Theor. der Elektrotech., Tech. Univ. Graz, Austria ; Richter, K.R.

The boundary-element calculation of three-dimensional magnetostatic field problems using the reduced and total magnetic scalar potential formulation is described. The method is based on a boundary integral equation that can be derived from Green's theorem. Two regions, a current-free iron region and an air region including the source domains, are considered. The material properties of the iron are assumed to be linear and either isotropic or anisotropic (orthotropic). Two examples are investigated: a C-shaped magnet and an iron cylinder of finite length immersed in the magnetic field of a cylinder coil

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