3D Coil Modeling

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hello, everyone: When I model and simulate a three-dimensional coil in a magnetic field, how to calculate mutual inductance of two coils or three


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Posted: 2 months ago 2022年12月2日 GMT-5 10:13

Hi LeShen

The easiest step is to start with the stationary study in a magnetic field simulation. Try and search for homogenized conductor in comsol.

The 'mutual inductance' in the application library should get you on your way as well. (file->application library)

You should make a coil, and assing 1 coil to 1V or 1A, and the other one to 0V or 0A. This way comsol can calculate a mutual inductance between 2 coils.

Kind regards

Hi LeShen The easiest step is to start with the stationary study in a magnetic field simulation. Try and search for homogenized conductor in comsol. The 'mutual inductance' in the application library should get you on your way as well. (file->application library) You should make a coil, and assing 1 coil to 1V or 1A, and the other one to 0V or 0A. This way comsol can calculate a mutual inductance between 2 coils. Kind regards

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