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Benchmark problem 5 of the TEAM workshops consists of four aluminium blocks placed in the space between the jaws of an electromagnet. Three dimensional eddy currents are induced by 50 Hz timevarying flux. Eleven sets of results from nine groups of contributors are compared with experimental...
Benchmark problem 7 of the TEAM workshop consists of an asymmetrical conductor with a hole. 17 computer codes are applied, and 25 solutions are compared with each other and with experimental results for eddy current densities and flux densities. Most of the codes were found to give satisfactory...
Problem 8 of the TEAM workshop comes from nondestructive testing. A differential probe moves above a block with a crack. Three experimental and four numerical results are presented and analysed. Some specific difficulties arising in this problem are discussed.
A summary of results for Problem 9 of the TEAM workshop is presented in the form of a documentation of the available results. Due to unforseen complications in the problem no comparisons have been made and the problem, with modification, will be retained for future workshops.
Benchmark problem 10 of the TEAM workshop consists of steel plates around a coil nonlinear transient eddy current problem. Six computer codes are applied, and 6 solutions are compared with each other and experimental results for eddy current densities as well as flux densities. Some codes were...
Problem 11 of the TEAM workshops for eddy current code comparison is a hollow conducting sphere in a uniform magnetic field. The applied field varies with time as a step function, requiring a fully transient solution. A total of 13 sets of results are presented in this paper from various groups...
Problem 12 of the TEAM Testing Electromagnetic Analysis Methods Workshops for Eddy Current Code Comparison is a cantilever beam in crossed steady and timevarying magnetic fields. A total of six solutions to this coupled problem are described and compared with experimental results. Most solutions...
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