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FEM simulation of a wireless charger, showing the distribution of magnetic flux lines and magnetic flux leakage around the primary and secondary coils and magnetic cores. Various widths of magnetic materials are used for transmitter (bottom), and the layers of receiver (top).

This image is included here courtesy of: Dave Cook, Rail Propulsion Systems, (2022-02-21).

Layered flexible materials: DMEGC, Soft Magnetic Business Un, DMEGC material for Wireless Charging,, accessed 2022-04-24

The results were generated with the software Finite Element Method Magnetics created by Dr David Meeker.

You are permitted and indeed encouraged to use this image freely, for any legal purpose including commercial, and with any modifications (the permission is hereby given, so there is no need to ask for it explicitly again), but you MUST always give the following credits:

S. Zurek, Encyclopedia Magnetica, CC-BY-4.0

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