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Designing Induction Cooktop Magnetic Circuit
INDUCTION COOKTOP COIL DESIGN


P = Power delivered by induction coil to cooktop.
f
mains
= mains frequency
f
sw
= Switching frequency
L = Inductance of induction coil
V
m
= Peak supply voltage
N = f
sw
/f
mains
Nos. of pulses in one mains cycle
For P = 2000W and f
sw
= 20KHz; L = 165uH.
so I
m
= 12.36Amps, I
rms
= 8.71Amps and
P= V
rms
*I
rms
=230*8.71 = 2000W
sw
m
m
Lf
V
I
8

W
L
MMF Diagram
Flux Pattern
Ferrite Layout
The flux density is maximum at the starting
edge of ferrite core that is near centre of coil
and linearly reduces to zero at the outer edge.
Assuming total flux linking through the
ferrite core where average flux density is
B
m
/2, we get total flux =(B
m
WLP/2), where
P is no of ferrite bars and
W = ? M
L = ? M
L
g
= ? M
P = 6
L
C
= ? uH
From the Wheelers formula (Wheeler, 1928), inductance of the flat spiral coil as
shown in Fig. 5.4 with out feromagnet is obtained using the expression
mentioned below.


where, N = total number of turns,
R = mean radius of the spiral coil (in inches) = 0 0.5(R
0
- c) ,
W = depth of the spiral coil (in inches)
= outer radius inner radius = (R
o
- c)


Calculate coil inductance of Prestige Cooktop without pot and measure with meter
Calculate coil inductance of Prestige Cooktop
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS ANALYSIS OF INDUCTION COOKER BY FINITE ELEMENT
SOFTWARE SUCH AS COMSOL/ANSOFT
Model of induction cooker is established by American finite element electromagnetic field
computation software Ansoft. The model is 2D and axis symmetric. By numerical calculation,
the distribution of eddy current induced in the pan and the distribution of magnetic field
intensity are as shown in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2
EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT OF INDUCTION COOKER
The coupling between the coil and the pan is modeled as the series connection of an inductor and a resistor,
based on the transformer analogy. Fig. 4 shows the equivalent circuit of induction cooker. The coil of induction
cooker is equivalent to the source side of transformer, and the pan is equivalent to the vice side of transformer.
In Fig. 3(a), R1 is resistance of the coil, L1 is inductance of the coil, R2 is resistance of the pan, L2 is
inductance of the pan, M is mutual inductance between the pan and the coil.
The equivalent circuit from the power source end looked is showed in Fig. 3(b). Z11 is impedance of
the coil, Z12 is the pan's impedance converted into to the source side, their expressions are as
follows: Z11 = R1 + L1, Z12 = R12+jL12, R12 =
2
M
2
R
2
/(R
2
2
+X
2
2
), X12 =
2
M
2
X
2
/(R
2
2
+X
2
2
).
Although the voltage of power source will be different against the pan's parameters, in the analysis and
calculation of power, the source should be regarded as a constant voltage source or a voltage source with
small interface resistance and not as constant current source. That is because the current has a very big
change along with the pan's parameter and the operating frequency. By the analysis of the circuit, we can
see that at a certain voltage U, P=U
2
R/(R
2
+X
2
), Q=U
2
X/(R
2
+X
2
), where, R=R11+R12, X=X11+X12,
P is the total active power and Q is the total reactive power.
P
eddy
= U
2
R
12
=(R
2
+ X
2
), eff = R12=(R12 + R1), where P
eddy
is power of the pan, eff is efficiency.
Table 1 is about the results along with the change of frequency. From Table 1, we can
see that:
(1) efficiency has a maximum value when the frequency is about 28 kHz, but the change
is very small, only differs 0.2% between 15 kHz and 40 kHz,
(2) when voltage is a constant, Peddy and Q reduce monotonously and quickly.
Table 2 is about the results along with the change of pan's permeability. When conductivity
is decided as 1.389e6, permeability is changed. Permeability has a direct impact on the
value of inductance and the reactance. In the following table permeability is relative
permeability. From Table 2, we can see that:
(1) efficiency has a maximum value when permeability is about 800, and the maximum
efficiency and minimum efficiency has a difference about 1%.
(2) P
eddy
and Q reduce monotonously and quickly along with the increase of permeability.
Table 3 is about the results along with the change of pan's conductivity. The relative
permeability is decided as 1 (except the case of iron pan with relative permeability
800 noted in the table 3). From Table 3, we can see that:
(1)efficiency has a maximum value when conductivity is about 500000, and has a
obvious variation along with the change of conductivity, Stainless steel pan's
efficiency is high above 30% than aluminium pan's, and lower 0.7% than iron
pan's,
(2) power also has a maximum value when conductivity is about 5e5 S/m.
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Measurement Accuracy
Voltage Range and
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Harmonics (harmonic
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Minimum Input Levels

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Battery Life

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