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Old   August 20, 2019, 12:20
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Hi guys,
I am using Ansys Maxwell to solve a problem. Basically, I have to evaluate the forces acting on a stainless steel device when the coils are driven with the shape in the file attached.
As the current changes, I will have induced eddy currents.
My first approach was running a simulation in the magnetostatic mode in order to take advantage of the adaptative meshing. I also try to add skin depth meshing but as you can see I do not have a frequency in order to evaluate the skin effect depth.
Does anyone have any suggestion to give me?
I appreciate a lot.

Alessio
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