AbstractThe paper presents a method for solving electromagnetic field problems by applying impedance boundary conditions for systems including conducting bodies of nonlinear magnetic properties in an excited harmonic field. Three types of impedance boundary conditions were derived. A procedure for computing surface impedance based on the transfer matrix is proposed. This procedure has been tested by comparing computational results to calculations where time function distortions were considered, and to the experimental data.
Archives of Electrical Engineering – de Gruyter
Published: Jun 27, 2017