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In this application note, EMS is used to study both electromagnetic and structural behavior of a high-power transformer. Both AC Magnetic and structural solvers of EMS are used to compute the magnetic and structural results. The impact of the magnetic shunts utilized to protect the outer tank is investigated in this analysis.

Transformer Simulation – Perform open and short circuit tests easily inside SolidWorks

A single-phase transformer is analyzed using the AC magnetic module of EMS to determine the core loss, magnetic flux density distribution and temperature

An AC transformer is analyzed using the AC magnetic module of EMS to determine the core loss and the electromagnetic results.

A 3 phase cylindrical transformer, in open circuit operation, is analyzed using the AC magnetic module of EMS to determine the core loss and the temperatures in the solids.

Three-phase transformer: The primary coils for each phase are characterized by (300 turns, 10 A/turn, 0 degrees), (300 turns, 10 A/turn, 120 degrees), and (300 turns, 10 A/turn, 10 A, 240 degrees), respectively while the secondary windings are short-circuited. The windings are made of copper and the core of mild steel.