Solid
Solid - Data
Here are the properties needed to define a new solid:
Category | Label | Unit |
Description | Name | * |
Family | * | |
Author | * | |
Manufacturer | * | |
Memo | * | |
Economic | Price | USD/kg |
Mechanical data | Mass density | kg/m3 |
Young’s modulus (E) | N/m2 | |
Poisson’s ratio (ν) | 1 | |
Shear modulus (G) | N/m2 | |
Electrical data | Reference temperature (Tref) | °C |
Isotropic resistivity at Tref. | Ohm*m | |
Temperature coefficient at Tref. | 1/K | |
Magnetic data | Magnetic polarization at saturation J _{s} | T |
Relative permeability | 1 | |
Knee coefficient | 1 | |
Thermal data | Reference Temperature Tref | °C |
Isotropic thermal conductivity at Tref | W/K/m | |
Specific heat at Tref | J/K/Kg |
Note: The B(H) curve is defined with an analytical model as described
in the Advanced section: Create a B(H) curve.
Note: Iron losses are not considered in solid materials.
Note: The relation between the electrical resistivity and the
temperature is described in Advanced section: “Impact of temperature on physical
properties”.
Note: The thermal conductivity of solid regions is constant whatever
is the temperature of the region.