PWL

Dartmouth Magnetic Component and Power Electronics Research

WebLitzOpt

Run WebLitzOpt by selecting the version that matches the options you wish to use.

You will specify the current waveforms in each winding. You can either enter a piecewise-linear waveform or specify a sinusoidal waveform. For each of those options, you may then choose to model the magnetic fields using one-dimensional analysis or more accurate two-dimensional analysis. For two dimensional analysis, the positions and sizes of the windings need to be determined. You can either use a standard layered winding geometry, and have LitzOpt allocate the available window area between the different windings (Layered Geometry), or you can specify the exact configuration you wish to use (Specific Geometry).

Magnetic Field Simulation &
Winding Geometry
Winding Excitation Waveform
Piece Wise Linear
Sinusoidal
1D
1D PWL
1D Sin
2D - Layered Geometry
2D PWL-L
2D Sin-L
2D - Specific Geometry
2D PWL-S
2D Sin-S

To send questions or comments, please email: Jennifer.Pollock@Dartmouth.edu