March 3, 2022 at 11:37 amMksSubscriber
I am currently working on a simulation of eddy current losses in different geometries using an eddy current solver. As far as I understand, the ohmic losses represent the eddy current losses. What I don't understand is why the ohmic losses don't change with the phase I'm looking at, although it´s a power density. So what am I looking at? The maximum value or the average value?
Thank youMarch 9, 2022 at 10:59 amNavya CAnsys Employee
What geometry are you simulating?
If you have a solid object the ohmic loss could just be the total I^2R loss in the object.
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