Flack, TJ and Knight, RE (1999) On the domain decomposition and transmission line modelling finite element method for time-domain induction motor analysis. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 35. pp. 1290-1293. ISSN 0018-9464Full text not available from this repository.
This paper demonstrates how a finite element model which exploits domain decomposition is applied to the analysis of three-phase induction motors. It is shown that a significant gain in cpu time results when compared with standard finite element analysis. Aspects of the application of the method which are particular to induction motors are considered: the means of improving the convergence of the nonlinear finite element equations; the choice of symmetrical sub-domains; the modelling of relative movement; and the inclusion of periodic boundary conditions. © 1999 IEEE.
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