LinearInductorLinear inductor with ferromagnetic core 
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This model compares a transientlinear magnetic circuit with a quasi static magnetic circuit. A sinusoidal voltage is applied to an inductor with a closed ferromagnetic core of rectangular shape.
Compare the following quantities
source.v  sourceQS.v.reim
currentSensor.i  currentSensorQS.i.reim
feedback.y
r_mFe.mu_rConst  r_mFeQS.mu_rConst
deviation 
Default Value: feedback.y Type: Current (A) Description: Deviation of transient and quasi static current 

ground_mQS 
Type: Ground 


sourceQS 
Type: VoltageSource Description: Voltage applied to inductor 

rQS 
Type: Resistor Description: Inductor coil resistance 

coilQS 
Type: ElectroMagneticConverter Description: Inductor coil 

r_mLeakQS 
Type: ConstantReluctance Description: Constant leakage reluctance 

r_mAirParQS 
Type: GenericFluxTube Description: Reluctance of small parasitic air gap (ferromagnetic core packeted from single sheets) 

r_mFeQS 
Type: GenericFluxTube Description: Reluctance of ferromagnetic inductor core 

groundQS 
Type: Ground 

ground_m 
Type: Ground 

source 
Type: SineVoltage Description: Voltage applied to inductor 

r 
Type: Resistor Description: Inductor coil resistance 

coil 
Type: ElectroMagneticConverter Description: Inductor coil 

r_mLeak 
Type: ConstantReluctance Description: Constant leakage reluctance 

r_mAirPar 
Type: GenericFluxTube Description: Reluctance of small parasitic air gap (ferromagnetic core packeted from single sheets) 

r_mFe 
Type: GenericFluxTube Description: Reluctance of ferromagnetic inductor core 

ground 
Type: Ground 

currentSensorQS 
Type: CurrentSensor 

complexToPolar 
Type: ComplexToPolar 

currentSensor 
Type: CurrentSensor 

feedback 
Type: Feedback 

rootMeanSquare 
Type: RootMeanSquare 