MAGNETIC FIELD IN RECTANGULAR BUS-BARS OF FINITE LENGTH
This paper presents a new analytical computation method for determining the magnetic field distributions in high-current busducts of rectangular busbars. This method is based on Biot-Savart law. The proposed method allows us to calculate the magnetic field intensity distribution in a set of parallel rectangular busbars of any dimensions including any length. In particular, the magnetic fields in busbars of unshielded three-phase systems with rectangular phase and neutral busbars, and the use of the method are described.
rectangular busbar; high-current bus duct; magnetic field; analytical method
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