October 1, 2018 at 3:54 pmPatrickSubscriber
I'm trying to use Maxwell Transient Solver to calculate the AC resistance of the conductive element in an inductor. The principle I'm attempting to use is that Rac = (Vapplied-Vinduced)/Total current.
I am correctly viewing the skin effect portrayed in the J field so all good so far.
But if I take Vapplied, Vinduced and the reported winding current, the voltage delta divided by the reported total winding current yields a constant resistance versus frequency. I know the tool has better data than this, given it's correct representation of the J field.
( I also tried getting the total current from the field calculator, but again, I came out with a constant, which is incorrect. )
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