March 18, 2021 at 9:21 amLukas8778Subscriber
I need to design and simulate a PMSM for a master thesis. I'm new to the software and wondering how it is possible to assign a constant sinusoidal current to my 3 phase machine via Maxwell2D.
I created an IPM Synchrounous machine via RMxprt, when I create a Solution setup I only have the option to define the rated voltage as follows:March 18, 2021 at 2:06 pmNavya CAnsys Employee
First, create a full maxwell model from the RMXprt model as discussed in your other post.
Then under the project manager window for the maxwell design change the excitations for the phases to current and give a required sinusoidal equation for each phase.
For additional help please refer to the Maxwell help document.
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