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AC/DC Electromagneticsx

Impact of Electro-Convection (EC) on Heat Transfer in Liquid-Filled Containers

A. Pokryvailo [1],
[1] Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation, Hauppauge, NY, USA

Electric field can bring liquid in motion and thus influence heat transfer. Electro-convection (EC) can be caused by electric forces acting on a liquid, even in absence of space charge. Here, we studied heat transfer in a metal vessel filled by oil, with a submersed high voltage ... Read More

Study of Electromagnetic Shielding, a Comparison between Experiment and FEM Simulation

G. Sun [1], C. De Blasiis [1], O. Sekula [1], P. Corsaro [1],
[1] Brugg Kabel AG, Brugg, Switzerland

The loaded underground high voltage cable generates magnetic field with industrial frequency. Depending on the current rating and cable allocation, the magnetic exposure to public area may exceed the requested limit from customer. Extra shielding should then be applied. A primary FEM ... Read More

基于COMSOL的随钻电磁波电阻率仪器WPR探测特性研究

康正明 [1], 柯式镇 [1], 姜明 [1], 尹成芳 [1],
[1] 中国石油大学(北京),北京,中国

引言:随着水平井和大斜度井的增多,随钻测井(LWD)技术越来越重要。随钻电磁波电阻率测井在随钻测井中应用最为广泛。在国外,随钻电磁波电阻率测井方法已经成为一种成熟的测井技术,但我国仍处于研究发展阶段。20 世纪 90 年代,大庆成功地研制出2MHz电磁波电阻率测井仪器。本世纪,中油测井成功引进并研制出了随钻电磁波电阻率测井仪WPR。仪器仿真对国内引进该仪器进行生产以及实际测井资料处理解释具有指导意义。本文借助COMSOL Multiphysics® 仿真平台,建立了二维轴对称模型。模型分为三层和多层,选择 AC/DC 模块中的磁场。通过 LiveLink for ... Read More

Implicit Large Eddy Simulations of 2D Flow and Heat Transfer in Thermoacoustic Resonators

N. Martaj [1,2], S. Savarese [3], S. Kouidri [3], M. M. ALI [4,5]
[1] EPF Ecole d’ingénieurs, Montpellier, France
[2] Institut d'Electronique et des Systèmes, Université de Montpellier, Montpellier, France
[3] Armélio, Les Ulis, Courtabœuf, France
[4] LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay, France
[5] UPMC Univ Paris 06, Paris, France

The reduction of energy consumption in the building sector (nearly 40% of the energy consumption in Europe) is a real challenge to achieve the objective of the “2020 European climate and energy package”. In recent years, great interest is observed for the Stirling thermoacoustic ... Read More

Analysis of a Prototype MRI Hybrid Birdcage RF Coil with Uncertainty Quantification (*)

J. T. Fong [1],
[1] National Institute of Standards & Technology, Gaithersbug, MD, USA

1. INTRODUCTION. In a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system (see Fig. 1), it is necessary to excite the nuclei of a patient into coherent precession for imaging. This requires coupling between the nuclei and a source of radio frequency (RF) power (the transmitter). To receive a ... Read More

Simulation and Fabrication of Wireless Passive MEMS Pressure Sensor

E.A. Unigarro Calpa[1], D.A. Sanz Becerra[1], A. Arciniegas[2], F. Ramirez[1], F. Segura-Quijano[1]
[1]Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia
[2]Instituto Barraquer de América, Bogotá, Colombia

A wireless passive pressure sensor and the measurement system were design and simulated using COMSOL 4.3. The sensor is based on MEMS capacitor attached to a planar inductor for wireless powering and readout. An external coil is used for the measuring system. The pressure to be measured ... Read More

Finite Element Analysis of Superconductive Tape by Using T-Ω Formulation

H. Arab[1], S. Memiaghe[1], C. Akyel[1]
[1]Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada

This paper deals with a numerical modelling technique based on finite elements method for computing magnetic field and current density distributions in high temperature Superconducting (HTS) tapes. The model is developed using the T-ῼ formulation for which the degree of freedom (DOF) and ... Read More

Modeling a Resonant Near-Field Scanning Microwave Microscope (RNSMM) Probe new

N. Smith[1], K. Lees[1], A. Gregory[1], R. Clarke[1]
[1]The National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, UK

The current drive to go beyond the state of the art in novel near field scanning microwave microscope (NSMM) metrology at the micro scale, to make them capable of traceable measurements on functional materials, has led to the development of a finite element model of the probe of a ... Read More

Computational Analysis for Induction Heating of Moving Wire

Ishant Jain[1], S K Ajmani[1]
[1]Tata Steel Limited, Research and Development, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India

This is an preliminary attempt to simulate the complicated tunnel induction furnace, used for the heating of the long wire moving at a certain speed to achieve the desired mechanical properties. The furnace consists of 108 numbers of turns, with embedded cooling channel inside to cool ... Read More

Electromagnetic Actuators Modeling, Simulation and Optimization: Review of Methods and Their Application for Switching Devices new

O. Craciun[1], V. Biagini[1], G. Stengel[1], C. Reuber[2], C. Chao[3], B. Funieru[3] , A. Binder[3]
[1]ABB Corporate Research, Ladenburg, Germany
[2]ABB AG Calor Emag Mittelspannungsprodukte
[3]TU Darmstadt, Department of Electrical Energy Conversion, Darmstadt, Germany

Electromagnetic actuators are representing one important component of ABB's medium voltage reclosers [1, 2]. Their performance is strongly influenced by the considered material properties as well as by the electronic control units that will power the actuator. Depending on the studied ... Read More