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  1. Hi everyone, I´m simulating the magnetic behaviour in a varying frequency on some cores but I've got a restriction. I have understood that, if I want to simulate a core in a certain frequency to get core losses, I would have to introduce the B(H) curve in the material expecifications (for the same frequency). I use to fill the "Isotropic Spline Saturation" gaps with "Sine wave magnetic field", adding the 6 Modified Bertotti losses coefficients. But what if I got B(H) information for only 1Hz - 10kHz range? How can I calcule the losses for 150kHz? Is there any way to draw upon of Steinmetz or another technique in FLUX? Thanks
  2. How to get the same mesh on the inner surface of the shell and outer surface of the core, so that equivalence feature can be used to combine the meshes for fem study. I have attached the model below. Thanks! l4_1.hm
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