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How to Define Hysteresis Loop in ANSYS Maxwell

12/02/2018 3:36 PM

I am trying to simulate an electric motor in ansys maxwell software, but I can't define the whole loop in four quadrants for the material used in the rotor however it is essential to do this since the motor is of hysteresis type and works on the principle of working point moving all around the loop so some output torque can be developed. any thoughts on that?

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Re: How to define hysteresis loop in ANSYS MAXWELL?

12/02/2018 5:09 PM
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Re: How to Define Hysteresis Loop in ANSYS Maxwell

12/11/2018 12:15 AM

Please do follow science.unitn.it for the solution of your question

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Re: How to Define Hysteresis Loop in ANSYS Maxwell

12/11/2018 6:45 AM

Dear pranus,

Sorry, I did not quite comprehend what you meant by science.unitn.it. Could you please explain?

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Re: How to Define Hysteresis Loop in ANSYS Maxwell

12/11/2018 11:24 PM

They give PDF for the hysterisis loop in ANSYS maxwell..So from that you can get proper explaination

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