Frequency Domain Study of Three-Phase Motor
Application ID: 41021
This is a three phase induction motor model from the Transient Electromagnetic Analysis Method (TEAM) workshop problem 30.
The electromagnetic torque, induced voltage, and rotor losses computed from COMSOL model at various rotor speed are compared to the results from TEAM workshop problem 30.
The Magnetic Fields physics is used to model the motor in frequency domain at 60[Hz]. The Velocity (Lorentz Term) is used to include the rotation.
Get more details in our blog post: How to Analyze an Induction Motor: A TEAM Benchmark Model.
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