How to get a valid inductance matrix from maxwell when there are parallel winding
Hello, I'm trying to design a 200W transformer. I have reached a valid design in PEmag and I got the 3D FEA from it and the results seem to make sense so I transferred the design to the maxwell to double-check the inductance values (I want a specific value for the leakage inductance) and calculate the core loss. In my design, I have two windings for the secondary side to limit the current density. In the maxwell first I tried to put three windings and join the secondary and tertiary winding in the parallel in post-processing but the values don't make any sense at all. So I tried to put all the secondary terminals in one winding and set the number of parallel branches 2 but it didn't help as well. ( even the effective turn ratio doesn't make any sense) for example, in PEmag the L11, L12, and L22 values are 157uH, 16.68uH, and 12.47uH respectively but in the maxwell when I enter the number of parallel branches 2 for the secondary winding my inductance matrix would be 368.84uH for L11, 0.228uH for L12 and 0.540uH for L22. I used the eddy current link to the maxwell feature of PEmag so I didn't change anything in the geometry I just changed the excitation and assign coil terminal excitation and then transfer them to two windings. Does anyone know how should I set up my windings to get the desired values from maxwell which are similar to PEmag? Thanks.