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Coil conductor resistance value

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Hi everybody,

I have a stranded coil conductor associated with a "non meshed coil". How can I exactly know which is the value of resistance to assign to the stranded coil conductor? Is there any formula to apply in order to know this value? Thank you in advance,

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In this case, the value of the resistance that you put in the stranded coil conductor includes the resistance  of the active part and the end winding resistance. to compute this resistance you can use the formula:

R=resistivity*length/surface

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If I put in the electrical field of the non meshed coil the values of resistivity, mass density and fill factor I can show a value changing in the coil conductor of the circuit, is that correct? I'm not sure it is the proper value.

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In the case when you put a resistivity in the non-meshed coil, this means that Flux compute the resistance of the non-meshed coil.

In the other hand, if you put a value of the resistance in the circuit (coil conductor), in this case Flux makes the sum of the both resistance: non-mesh coil resistance and coil conductor resistance.

 

Best regards.

 

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