Application ID: 48041
Several different approaches to optimizing a ten-turn axisymmetric coil are presented.
First, the current in each turn is adjusted with the objective of having a uniform magnetic flux density along the centerline. Second, the currents are adjusted to minimize power dissipation with a constraint on field minimum at a point. Third, the currents are adjusted to minimize the gradient in the magnetic flux density along the centerline, along with a constraint on the field value. Finally, the positions of the coils, and the current, are adjusted to achieve a specified magnetic flux density at the centerline.
These models showcase shape and parameter optimization for magnetic field modeling.
You can find a detailed description of these models in the blog post "3 Ways to Optimize the Current in Electromagnetic Coils".
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