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May 17, 2022 at 12:07 pmAliosha86Subscriber
I am trying to simulate a rogowski coil in ANSYS Maxwell through a simple modelling of the conductors. I would like to know the voltage that it is induced in the rogowki coil if I vary the current in the other conductors.
It seems that Maxwell overestimate the results.
Anyone has some ideas? Shoudl I switch off "Eddy current effects".
Cheers,May 18, 2022 at 12:29 pmMay 23, 2022 at 11:09 amAliosha86Subscriber
thanks a lot for answering me. Basically the geometry is the one attached below. The rogowksi is the blue one.
Basically I am varying the current in the conductor in grey, and I see in "Transient" with "Eddy effects" switched on which is the current induced in the conductor.
I am not sure if this is the right way to do it. I am trying to also mimic the behaviour of the rogowksi by adding the terminal in one of the cross sectional area on the (x-y) plane and using a winding controlled by tension and just giving the resistence of the coils.
If I use the eddy effects the current is quite different from the theoretical behaviour, but if I use the windings it is even lower.
I hope you can give me some tips/advices.
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