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TEAM 24 Problem

The TEAM 24 workshop problem consists of a rotor mounted on a nonmagnetic stainless steel shaft and a fixed stator. The rotor is locked at a specific angle with respect to the stator. The steel magnetization curve and conductivity have been measured and are provided as input. The coils are modelled as stranded conductors with a provided voltage, resistance and number of turns. Coil current, torque, search coil flux, and Hall probe flux density are Post Treatment quantities. This input decks shows the EM monolithic solver's advanced capabilities that allow to solve non-linear time transient actuator or electric motor problems while removing the need to mesh the air