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|Title: ||An effective method to reduce the computing time of nonlinear time-stepping finite-element magnetic field computation|
|Authors: ||Fu, Weinong|
Li, H. L.
Wong, Ho-ching Chris
|Subjects: ||Computation time|
|Issue Date: ||Mar-2002 |
|Citation: ||IEEE transactions on magnetics, Mar. 2002, v. 38, no. 2, p. 441-444.|
|Abstract: ||Time-stepping finite-element methods have been widely used to compute the magnetic field of electrical machines. Because the reluctivities of magnetic materials are nonlinear, the finite-element equations have to be solved iteratively. In this paper, an effective method for reducing the computing time of the Newton-Raphson method coupled with the incomplete Cholesky-conjugate gradient algorithm for solving time-stepping finite-element problems is presented. The proposed method is based on a proper prediction of some predefined error tolerances in the iteration processes at each time-stepping finite-element computation. The computational analysis on an induction motor shows that the proposed strategy can reduce the nominal computing time by as much as 50%.|
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