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Conductor

Multiphase linear conductor

Diagram

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Information

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The linear resistor connects the complex currents i with the complex voltages v by v*G = i, using m single phase Conductors.

The conductor model also has m optional conditional heat ports. A linear temperature dependency of the conductances for enabled heat ports is also taken into account.

See also

Conductor, Resistor, Capacitor, Inductor, Impedance, Admittance, Variable resistor, Variable conductor, Variable capacitor, Variable inductor, Variable impedance, Variable admittance

Parameters (6)

mh

Value: m

Type: Integer

Description: Number of heatPorts=number of phases

useHeatPort

Value: false

Type: Boolean

Description: =true, if all heat ports are enabled

T

Value: T_ref

Type: Temperature[mh] (K)

Description: Fixed device temperatures if useHeatPort = false

G_ref

Value:

Type: Conductance[m] (S)

Description: Reference conductances at T_ref

T_ref

Value: fill(293.15, m)

Type: Temperature[m] (K)

Description: Reference temperatures

alpha_ref

Value: zeros(m)

Type: LinearTemperatureCoefficient[m] (ยน/K)

Description: Temperature coefficient of conductance (G_actual = G_ref/(1 + alpha_ref*(heatPort.T - T_ref))

Connectors (3)

plug_p

Type: PositivePlug

Description: Positive quasi-static polyphase plug

plug_n

Type: NegativePlug

Description: Negative quasi-static polyphase plug

heatPort

Type: HeatPort_a[mh]

Description: Conditional heat ports

Components (5)

v

Type: ComplexVoltage[m]

Description: Complex voltage

i

Type: ComplexCurrent[m]

Description: Complex current

plugToPins_p

Type: PlugToPins_p

plugToPins_n

Type: PlugToPins_n

conductor

Type: Conductor[m]

Used in Examples (1)

EddyCurrentLosses

Modelica.Magnetic.QuasiStatic.FundamentalWave.Examples.Components

Comparison of equivalent circuits of eddy current loss models