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Zaboravljena lozinka! Direktan link. Facta universitatis - series: Electronics and Energetics. Proximity effect against skin effect in two coupled U-shaped busbars naslov ne postoji na srpskom.
Projekat Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. U-shaped busbars are frequently applied in distribution systems. In order to increase busbars ampacity it is important to be well acquainted with all busbar's characteristics, for optimal construction of the system.
In this article, an analysis of induction effects on two coupled U-shaped busbars' ampacity is presented, together with an attempt to achieve better performances of busbars. The combination of skin and proximity effect significantly increases the AC conductor's resistance, compared to its resistance in a DC current case.
An additional resistance lead to extra losses of energy through Joule heating, which is not negligible, not only from economy aspects, but from ecological aspects too. This paper continues our investigations to find the best combination of two coupled U-shaped conductors in order to confront skin and proximity effects, making an improvement of their characteristics, decreasing losses in them.
For that reason an analysis of different positions and different distances between them has been accomplished. U-shaped busbars; skin effect ; proximity effect. Facta universitatis - series: Electronics and Energetics , vol.
Popović, Branko D.
Zaboravljena lozinka! Direktan link. Facta universitatis - series: Electronics and Energetics. Proximity effect against skin effect in two coupled U-shaped busbars naslov ne postoji na srpskom. Projekat Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br.
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Publication Timeline. The authors believe that this approach enables solutions to be obtained for a wider class of problems than other existing methods. The usual approach to numerical analysis of such structures is to approximate them by small surface or wire elements, with simple current approximation over the elements the so-called subdomain approach , which requires a large amount of computer storage. This book describes a novel general entire-domain method for the analysis of metallic antennas and scatterers which enables the solution of a very wide class of problems to be obtained using computers of relatively modest capability.