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Simplified implementation of magnetic reluctance
The Fundamental Reluctance block provides a simplified model of a magnetic reluctance, that is, a component that resists flux flow. Unlike the Reluctance block, which computes reluctance based on the geometry of the section being modeled, the Fundamental Reluctance block lets you specify a value of reluctance directly as a block parameter.
The block is based on the following equation:
$$MMF=\Phi \cdot \Re $$
where
MMF | Magnetomotive force (mmf) across the component |
Φ | Flux through the component |
$$\Re $$ | Reluctance |
Connections N and S are magnetic conserving ports. The mmf across the reluctance is given by $$MMF\left(N\right)-MMF\left(S\right)$$, and the sign of the flux is positive when flowing through the device from N to S.
The ratio of the magnetomotive force (mmf) across the component to the resulting flux that flows through the component. The default value is 8e4 1/H.
Use the Variables tab to set the priority and initial target values for the block variables prior to simulation. For more information, see Set Priority and Initial Target for Block Variables.