[Getdp] Calculation the mechnical force between magnets.
bernhard.kubicek at arsenal.ac.at
Wed Jul 23 11:15:49 CEST 2008
In my last .pro, I (hopefully) used the integral over the whole _area_
of E=int dArea*mu^(-1)*0.5*B(r)^2.
I neglected the factor 0.5.
Honestly, I recommend to forget about batch files, install Cygwin or
MinGW and use bash scripting in Windows.
You will have so much more possibilities.
Also, I think that the h field inside is not correct in your outputted
On Wed, 2008-07-23 at 11:07 +0200, Sebastian wrote:
> Dear Bernhard:
> Today I am working in a BATCH file ( MSDOS script
> file, I am using Gmsh in Windows ) for
> moving the magnets ( Geometry ) and obtain data for each step.
> Do you known the FEMM package ?
> This is a very interesting Freeware software, for 2D ElectroMagnetic problems.
> In this software the force is calculated by integration
> where n denotes the direction normal to the surface at the point of interest.
> This integration is calculated using the data in
> a perimeter around the object that you want to
> find the force. See the FEMM manual for more
> details, about integration of Maxwell's Stress
> Tensor, see page 44. I am sure that may interest you.
> I want to find how to obtain this integration in GetDP.
> In my webpage you can see how I have created a
> Lua script to move magnets ( geometry ), and
> rotor generator, and obtaining images and data in each step.
> At 10:15 23/07/2008, you wrote:
> >Dear Sebastian,
> >I just played around a bit with your files, and
> >maybe I have a method that somehow can calculate the force.
> >You create different meshes, where the magnets are varied in position.
> >As an output for each mesh, you calculate the total field energy.
> >the force should then be the variation of the
> >field energy divided by the dislocation distance.
> >but I have not verified things, only thing is I
> >wrote an script that does the variation.
> >after the script (that should work with linux
> >after setting the paths correctly, or with cywin
> >in windows) you can do the manual calculations to get the force.
> >I _think_ that you just need to add the field
> >energies of all domains. but what confuses me is
> >that the magnets have negative energy?? I quite
> >in a hurry now, and cannot investigate much further right now.
> >nice greetings,
> >On Tue, 2008-07-22 at 13:45 +0200, Sebastian wrote:
> >>Dear friends:
> >>Here do you have a 2D magnetostatic simulation.
> >>The question is. How can I obtain the mechanical force in N, produced
> >>by one magnet over the other ?
> >>Sebastian Jardi Estadella
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