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by davost
16 Dec 2010, 18:49
Forum: General
Topic: Induction Heating
Replies: 6
Views: 3447

Re: Induction Heating

I think Elmer can attack this kind of problem. Check out the induction heating of graphite crucible tutorial for the induction part. For the heat flux computation there is a different solver. You must basically couple the two solvers to get your result. But you must find out which boundary condition...
by davost
05 Dec 2010, 11:52
Forum: General
Topic: Application fields of Elmer
Replies: 33
Views: 42434

Re: Application fields of Elmer

I want to use the StatMagSolver and the Heat equation solver to design a inductor coil safely with respect to heating and preformance.
by davost
05 Dec 2010, 01:25
Forum: ElmerSolver
Topic: Problems with Induction Heating tutorial
Replies: 1
Views: 1192

Re: Problems with Induction Heating tutorial

After consulting the Models Manual and reading the source code file StatMagSolve.f90 I think I understand a bit more. What is called the magnetic flux in this model is in fact not defined for a particular instance in time but rather as the amplitude of the B-field over a period of oscillation. I now...
by davost
04 Dec 2010, 01:27
Forum: ElmerSolver
Topic: Problems with Induction Heating tutorial
Replies: 1
Views: 1192

Problems with Induction Heating tutorial

Hello Elmer folks. I am new to the Elmer software and I am trying to follow the Induction Heating tutorial. However I get strange results when plotting the B-field. The fieldlines doesnt seam to close. Can you give me some hints on what I am missing? See the attached plots. strange_magnetic_flux.png...