Temperature simulations for the inverse boundary element gradient coil design method
Michael Stephen Poole 1 , Clemente Cobos Sanchez 2 , and N Jon Shah 1,3
INM-4, Forschungszentrum Jlich, Jlich,
en Automtica, Electrnica, Arquitectura y Redes de
Computadores, Universidad de Cdiz, Cadiz, Spain,
of Neurology, RWTH Aachen, Aachen, Germany
In this work we describe a method by which the
temperature of gradient coils, designed with arbitrary
geometry using the inverse boundary element method, can
be simulated. The method requires tuning of the thermal
parameters of the coil and its support. This simulation
method should aid the coil design process by allowing
the thermal performance of multiple coil designs to be
estimated without construction.
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