QuasiStatic Stray Load
Source with signal magnetic potential difference
Modelica Standard Library
The QuasiStatic Stray Load component models the effect of current-dependent torque losses.
Stray load losses are modeled similar to standards EN 60034-2 and IEEE 512, i.e., they are dependent on square of current, but without scaling them to zero at no-load current. The stray load losses are modeled such way that they do not cause a voltage drop in the electric circuit; instead, the losses are dissipated through a braking torque at the shaft.
Positive quasistationary multiphase plug
Negative quasistationary multiphase plug
Rotational shaft end
Housing and support
Conditional heat port
Number of phases
Use Heat Port
True (checked) means enable heat port
Stray Load Losses
Reference power loss
Reference angular velocity
Exponent of angular velocity
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Magnetic Quasistatic Fundamental Wave Losses
Magnetic Quasistatic Fundamental Wave Overview
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