Blog Posts Tagged AC/DC Module
How to Model a Hall Effect Sensor with COMSOL Multiphysics®
Basic working principle of a Hall effect sensor: A nearby magnetic field deflects the path of current through a semiconductive sensor, which causes a measurable change in potential.
Analyzing Electric Motor and Generator Designs with COMSOL®
Using electromagnetics simulation, you can investigate and optimize the magnetic field distribution, mechanical torque, and iron usage and losses in a permanent magnet motor or generator.
Computing Losses in a Three-Phase Power Transformer
Around the world, power transformers are used in power grids for efficient electric power transmission. EM simulation can be used to compute losses in these devices and optimize their designs.
Investigating Magnetic Field Exposure Near Transmission Lines
Electromagnetics simulation can be used to predict and investigate magnetic field exposure around power transmission lines and other electrical infrastructure.
Designing Inductors with a Simulation App at Bombardier Transportation
Every day, 500 million passengers in 200 cities and 60 countries ride a train featuring Bombardier Transportation products. See how apps help speed up the design process for a train component…
Computational Electromagnetics Modeling: Which Module to Use?
If you work with a particular electromagnetic device or application area, you might be wondering which module in the COMSOL product suite is right for you. Keep reading for a comprehensive intro.
Course: Modeling Electromagnetic Coils in COMSOL®
Get an overview of our Learning Center course on modeling coils using COMSOL Multiphysics and the AC/DC Module, from setting up a coil model to analyzing electromagnetic heating and more.
Using 3D Models to Investigate Inductive Effects in a Submarine Cable
It takes a modern desktop computer ~30 minutes to compute a 3D cable model with twisted magnetic armor. Consequently, 3D cable models are replacing empirical models in the power cable industry.
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