Problem 1 - Simple UI Core Analyiss Dimensions, etc cm := 1 ⋅ 10 w := 1 ⋅ cm ws := 5 ⋅ cm B sat := 1.

3 u 0 := 4 ⋅ π⋅ 10
−7 −2

mm := 1.0⋅ 10 d s := 2 ⋅ cm d := 5 ⋅ cm

−3

g := 1.5⋅ mm N := 100

Point where saturation occurs

Now let's compute some reluctances. For flux densities that are not saturated u := 1500⋅ u 0 R 12 := ws + w w⋅ d ⋅ u

R 56 := R12 R 23 := w 2 ⋅ w⋅ d ⋅ u

R 81 := R23 R 34 := g w⋅ d ⋅ u 0

R 78 := R34 ds + R 45 := w 2

w⋅ d ⋅ u

R 67 := R45

R eff := R 12 + R23 + R 34 + R45 + R 56 + R67 + R 78 + R81 R eff = 4.966 × 10
6

OK. the cross sectional area we have is A := w⋅ d The flux where we saturate is Φ sat := B sat ⋅ A The current to achieve this flux Φ sat N i sat := ⋅ Reff 0 i sat = 32.986 × 10 Φ sat N 3 i sat := ⋅ Reff 0 We know saturated with very little current i sat = 1. Now.014 × 10 −3 Inductance of UI Core with standard gap E := 1 2 ⋅ L⋅ i sat 2 E = 1.241 × 10 .277 × 10 L := N 2 Reff L = 2.049 × 10 0 Energy stored in inductor Now lets change the gap to zero g := 0 R 34 := g w⋅ d ⋅ u 0 R 78 := R34 R eff := R 12 + R23 + R 34 + R45 + R 56 + R67 + R 78 + R81 R eff = 190.

346 × 10 −3 Energy stored in inductor is much lower Problem 2 μ0 := 4 ⋅ π10 −7 M sat := 1..36 × 10 −3 The inductance of UI Core with no gap is much higher E := 1 2 ⋅ L⋅ i sat 2 E = 40.8 0.L := N 2 Reff L = 52.2 0 0 2× 10 3 4× 10 3 6× 10 Hk 3 8× 10 3 Next ( ) .6 B( Hk) 0.0 M sat ⋅   H Hb := 200 B ( H) := μ0 ⋅ H + 1+ K := 1000 k := 1 .4 0. K − 1 H := k   Hb  H Hb  k K−1 ⋅ 10000 1 0.

5 B( H k ) 1 .B H μ := k ( k) H k 5× 10 −3 4× 10 −3 3× 10 μk 2× 10 −3 −3 1× 10 −3 0 0 2×10 3 4× 10 3 6× 10 Hk 3 8× 10 3 5× 10 −3 4× 10 −3 3× 10 μk 2× 10 −3 −3 1× 10 −3 0 0 0.

K − 1 λ := 0.08 g := 0.005⋅ k k K−1 .Problem 3 5 μ( B) := μ0 ⋅ 5 e := 0.001 5 5 5 5 permeability B + 1.01 r := 0.001 − 1 edge length mean radious gap length ( 2 ⋅ π⋅ r) − g A⋅ μ( B) R g := g A⋅ μ0 R + R  λ ⋅ λ  g m N⋅ A   N    i ( λ ) := N K := 1000 k := 1 ..001 N := 100 A := e⋅ e R m( B ) := B + 1.

5× 10 −3 4× 10 −3 3× 10 λk 2× 10 −3 −3 1× 10 −3 0 0 5 10 i( λk) 15 20 Problem 4 e := exp( 1 ) 10⋅ 1 − e λ ( i ) := ( − 5⋅ i ) + 5⋅ i 1000 Absolute inductance: i 0 := 150 ⋅ 10 −3 −3 λ i 0 = 6.618 × 10 ( ) .026 × 10 λ i0 i0 ( ) ( ) = 40.176 × 10 −3 Incremental inductance: Linc( i ) := 50⋅ e − 5⋅ i +5 −3 1000 Linc i 0 = 28.

01 μ := 2000⋅ μ0 g := 0.464 × 10 −6 λ 1 := L11⋅ i 1 + L12⋅ i 2 .161 × 10 −6 L22 := N2 Rt −N1 ⋅ N2 Rt L22 = 40.08 e := 0.001 −7 permeability of free space mean radius edge length permeability airgap N1 := 50 N2 := 20 i 1 := 5 winding 1 turns winding 2 turns i 2 := 3 R m := R g := ( 2π r) − g e ⋅ e⋅ μ g e⋅ e⋅ μ0 R t := R m + Rg L11 := N1 2 Rt 2 L11 = 251.Problem 5 μ0 := 4 ⋅ π⋅ 10 r := 0.186 × 10 −6 L12 := L12 = −100.

% % % % % % % % % % % % a centimeter in meters a millimiter in meters u-core cross section width (m) i-core cross section width (m) slot width (m) slot depth (m) depth into page (m) air gap (m) number of turns permeability of free space (H/m) permeability function permeability function parameter . wI=0.25*cm. d=5*cm.λ 1 = 954. a=1. n=5. S. Sudhoff for ECE321 January 13.D.412 × 10 −6 Problem 6 % % % % % % Problem 6 Computation of lambda-i curve for UI core inductor using a simple but nonlinear MEC. mu0=4e-7*pi.001.75*cm. mm = 1e-3. wU=1. ws=5*cm. N=100. 2012 % clear work space clear all close all % assign parameters cm = 1e-2. g=1*mm. ds=2*cm.

Linc=(lambda(2:end)-lambda(1:end-1)). R23=wI. % compute MMF and currentf F=Reff.0. R34=g/(AmU*mu0). % compute absolute and incremental inductance Labs=lambda./(temp-1). . R67=R45.1000).^n+a^n). % magnetic cross section of U-Core (m^2) % magnetic cross section of i-core (m^2) % start with flux linkage lambda=linspace(0./(AmU*muU)./(AmI*muI). % Assign relutances.03. R12=(ws+wU).AmU=wU*d.. A'). (i(2:end)-i(1:end-1)). % find flux and B and mu phi=lambda/N.lambda).^(1/n). BI=phi/AmI. R45=(ds+wU/2). temp=(BI. i=F/N. xlabel('i. muU=mu0*temp.. % compute effective reluctances Reff=R12+R23+R34+R45+R56+R67+R78+R81./(2*AmU*muU)./(temp-1).*phi. AmI=wI*d./(AmU*muU). BU=phi/AmU.^n+a^n). R56=(ws+wU). temp=(BU. muI=mu0*temp. R81=R23. R78=R34. % find lambda-i characteristic figure(1) plot(i.^(1/n)./ ./i.

axis([0 30 0 0. A')./muI. legend('Absolute Inductance'.ylabel('\lambda. grid on.'Incremental Inductance').i(1:end-1). xlabel('i. T'). A/m'). mH').03]).BI) xlabel('H. .Linc*1000). grid on. axis([0 30 0 4]). % plot inductances figure(2) plot(i. figure(3) plot(H.Labs*1000. % show B-H characteristic for fun H=BI. Vs'). ylabel('L. grid on. ylabel('B.

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