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Abstract
The correct estimation of iron losses is still a challenging task in the numerical analysis of electrical machines. For estimation of eddy current losses, various formulations based on 1D and 2D models are mentioned in literature which neglect effect of current density at the edges of steel laminations. This paper
compares such simplified 1D/2D eddy current loss model with a 3D model to analyze the effect of edges on eddy current loss calculation. Thickness of the lamination along with frequency of field excitation were determined where considerable deviation in eddy current losses among loss models is observed due to edge assumption.
compares such simplified 1D/2D eddy current loss model with a 3D model to analyze the effect of edges on eddy current loss calculation. Thickness of the lamination along with frequency of field excitation were determined where considerable deviation in eddy current losses among loss models is observed due to edge assumption.
Original language  English 

Title of host publication  Proceedings of the XXIV Symposium Electromagnetic Phenomena in Nonlinear Circuits, EPNC 2016 
Editors  Anouar Belahcem, Andrzej Demenko, Wojciech Pietrowski 
Publisher  PTETIS Publishers 
Pages  9798 
Number of pages  2 
ISBN (Electronic)  9788362712045 
Publication status  Published  1 Jul 2016 
MoE publication type  A4 Conference publication 
Event  Symposium on Electromagnetic Phenomena in Nonlinear Circuits  Helsinki, Finland Duration: 28 Jun 2016 → 1 Jul 2016 Conference number: 24 http://ptetis.put.poznan.pl/epnc/ 
Conference
Conference  Symposium on Electromagnetic Phenomena in Nonlinear Circuits 

Abbreviated title  EPNC 
Country/Territory  Finland 
City  Helsinki 
Period  28/06/2016 → 01/07/2016 
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Keywords
 Eddy current
 Edge effects
 steel laminations
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ALEM: Additional Losses in Electrical Machines
Lehikoinen, A., Belahcen, A., Upadhaya, B., Osemwinyen, O., Aydin, U., Balasubramanian, A., Arkkio, A., Rasilo, P., Nair, D., Shah, S., Sundaria, R., Singh, D., Hemeida, A., Razzaq, M. & Rouhi, H.
01/03/2014 → 28/02/2019
Project: EU: ERC grants