November 9, 2018 at 10:31 pmBrandonRSubscriber
Is there a way to show the current density (distribution of current in the conductor) in a cutaway view of an inductor? The inductor is single-layer air-core operating at 13.56 MHz. I would like to have a cutaway that shows the majority of the current is in the skin depth along the edge of the conductor. I created a model in HFSS that accurately tells me the inductor's impedance using a lumped port, but I do not see a way to show a cutaway of current density. Thank you for any help with this.
November 12, 2018 at 11:38 amsana ullahSubscriber
HI Brandon i havent tried Ansys MAxwell to find the current density at higher frequencies but tried Infolytica Magnet ( another FEA software) and it failed to show the skin depth. May be the same thing with Ansys MAxwell to give you the skin depth and then you can calculate the current density.
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