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Spiral flat Coil Simulation

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Hi there, I am trying to simulate a printed spiral coil and I am using the Coil sub-branch in the magnetic field physics. I would like to see the magnetic flux generated aroud the coil. In the stationary study an error is generated: "Numeric coil Coil 1 not solved for. Solve it in a Coil Geometry Analysis step." Does anyone have any idea? Thank you

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NR

3 Replies Last Post 21/10/2019, 03:13 GMT-3

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Posted: 1 year ago 16/10/2019, 04:16 GMT-3

Right click your Study node, select "Study Steps-> Other" and insert a "Coil Geometry Analysis" study step. Move this study step above the stationary study step in your model tree.

Should work after that...

Right click your Study node, select "Study Steps-> Other" and insert a "Coil Geometry Analysis" study step. Move this study step above the stationary study step in your model tree. Should work after that...

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Posted: 1 year ago 17/10/2019, 13:07 GMT-3
Updated: 1 year ago 17/10/2019, 09:07 GMT-3

Thank you, Now it is working, but I have a new problem. Although the model looks like fine and the simulation goes well to the end, no result is shown up. The current in the close circular coil is set at 1 A but the reult is like a zero current! I download a model from blog that all the seting look similar and while the blog model works fine, my model does not. Do you have any idea? Thak you

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NR
Thank you, Now it is working, but I have a new problem. Although the model looks like fine and the simulation goes well to the end, no result is shown up. The current in the close circular coil is set at 1 A but the reult is like a zero current! I download a model from blog that all the seting look similar and while the blog model works fine, my model does not. Do you have any idea? Thak you

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Posted: 1 year ago 21/10/2019, 03:13 GMT-3

Difficult to know what the problem might be. If you post your model I can take a look. Might be that the plot you are looking at is looking at the wrong dataset...

Difficult to know what the problem might be. If you post your model I can take a look. Might be that the plot you are looking at is looking at the wrong dataset...

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