Electric Resistance Welding Process in Tube Manufacturing: Comparison Between a Numerical Model and a Set of Plant Trials - new
C. Cincunegui, P. Marino, D. Tieppo, E. Martinez
Tenaris, Campana, Buenos Aires, Argentina
In welded tube manufacturing, the electric resistance welding (EW) process begins with a coiled plate of steel with appropriate thickness and width to conform the produced tube. The strip is pulled through a series of rollers that gradually cold conform it into a tubular shape. The edges of the cylindrical plate come together forming a V. The strip edges are heated with a high frequency power ...
Electromagnetic Actuators Modeling, Simulation and Optimization: Review of Methods and Their Application for Switching Devices - new
O. Craciun, V. Biagini, G. Stengel, C. Reuber, C. Chao, B. Funieru , A. Binder
ABB Corporate Research, Ladenburg, Germany
ABB AG Calor Emag Mittelspannungsprodukte
TU Darmstadt, Department of Electrical Energy Conversion, Darmstadt, Germany
Electromagnetic actuators are representing one important component of ABB's medium voltage reclosers [1, 2]. Their performance is strongly influenced by the considered material properties as well as by the electronic control units that will power the actuator. Depending on the studied phenomena, different modeling, simulation and optimization methodologies are being used for medium voltage ...
李晓南 , 刘国强 ,
利用惯性力学和电磁学，研究了一个金属小车沿着磁铁铺就的轨道做减速直线运动。其中，小车也可以看成是携带等量的磁铁剩磁，且沿着铁磁轨道减速运动。通过赋予小车一个初速度，例如100 m/s，然后再根据实际情况、赋予它一个特征密度，即小车有了一定的质量。当认为小车沿水平方向的轨道减速运动，忽略重力、空气阻力等其他一些影响因素时，小车将只受电磁的洛伦兹力的作用，而逐渐减速到零。 利用最新版的 COMSOL Multiphysics®，建模过程中，主要用到了“磁场和电场(mef)”和“全局常微分和微分代数方程(ge)”接口，涉及到的动力学和电磁学方程为 dv/dt=F/m F ⃗=∫_(V_vehicle)▒〖(J_induced ) ⃗×B ⃗dv〗 J_(i_y)=σ(v_z∙B_x-v_x∙B_z ) v 为小车即时速度，F 为洛伦兹力，J 为感应产生的涡流，v 为速度，B ...
Quasi-static Analysis on the Effect of Metal Penetrating Depth into the Substrate in Microstriplines
S. Musa, and M. Sadiku
Prairie View A&M University Networking Academy (PVNA), Prairie View, TX, USA
The effect of metallization thickness on planar transmission lines plays an essential role in microwave integrated circuits and thin film technology, especially in the propagation characterization and the electric field distribution in the structures. The objective of this paper is to consider the planar transmission lines with finite thickness not penetrating and penetrating into isotropic ...
J. Güdelhöfer, R. Gottkehaskamp, A. Hartmann
Department of Electrical Machines and Electromagnetic Field Theory, University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
This paper shows how a time-dependent and non-linear simulation of the dynamic operation behavior of an induction machine is executed by means of the \"Rotating Machinery\" interface from COMSOL Multiphysics 4.2a. The two-dimensional FEM model is connected to electrical circuits by coupling the physics \"Rotating Machinery\" and \"Electrical Circuit\" interfaces. These circuits include the ...
J. Heinonen, M. Erdmanis, I. Tittonen
Aalto University, Department of Micro- and Nanosciences, Espoo, Finland
We present a simplified 3D model that simulates the operation of a linear microscale integrated ion trap. It employs a set of metalized electrodes, which are formed on top of an insulator layer on silicon substrate. The confinement in all three dimensions is provided by the application of the specific AC and DC voltages to the corresponding trap electrodes. The distribution of the trapping ...
P. Almeida, and M. Benilov
Departamento de Física. Universidade da Madeira, Portugal
It was suggested long ago that a theoretical model of a near-cathode region in a DC glow discharge admits multiple steady-state solutions describing different modes of currrent transfer. Even the most simple self-consistent models should admit such multiple solutions. In the present work, these solutions have been calculated for the first time with COMSOL Multiphysics.
Highest Pulsed Magnetic Fields in Science and Technology, Assisted by Advanced Finite-Element Simulation
Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany
Thomas Herrmannsdörfer got his PhD in experimental physics from the University of Bayreuth in 1994. In 1995, he received the Research Award of the Emil-Warburg-Foundation while he worked at the DFG-Graduiertenkolleg Bayreuth. From 1995 – 1998 he worked as a scientist at Hahn-Meitner-Institute (HMI) Berlin. Since 1998, he has worked at Forschungszentrum Dresden ...
Development of an On-Line Wall-Fouling Sensor for Pipeline Transportation of Heavy Oil-Water Mixtures
S. Rushd, and R.S. Sanders
Chemical & Materials Engineering Department, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
A beneficial method for transporting highly viscous hydrocarbons (e.g. heavy oil and bitumen) through a pipeline is known as Lubricated Pipe Flow (LPF). A major challenge for this technology is flow instability caused by the formation of a wall-coating of oil or the thinning and/or loss of the lubricating water layer in the pipe. This issue can be addressed by using capacitance sensors to ...
R. S. Wadhwa, T. Lien, and G. Monkman
NTNU Valgrinda, Inst. for produksjons- og kvalitetstek., Trondheim, Norway
FH Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany
The magnetic field gradient produced by an electromagnet gripper head depends on its design. Stochastic Methods offer certain robustness to the design optimization process. In this paper, Improved Discrete Particle Swarm Optimization (IDPSO) searching technique is applied to the shape and magnetic field gradient optimization of an electromagnet head. The magnetic field and forces are ...