Inverse heat source problem and experimental design for determining iron loss distribution

03/23/2020 ∙ by Antti Hannukainen, et al. ∙ 0

Iron loss determination in the magnetic core of an electrical machine, such as a motor or a transformer, is formulated as an inverse heat source problem. The sensor positions inside the object are optimized in order to minimize the uncertainty in the reconstruction in the sense of the A-optimality of Bayesian experimental design. This paper focuses on the problem formulation and an efficient numerical solution of the discretized sensor optimization and source reconstruction problems. A semirealistic linear model is discretized by finite elements and studied numerically.



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