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Measurement and Simulation of Vector Hysteresis Characteristics

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1 Author(s)
Kuczmann, M. ; Szechenyi Istvan Univ., Gyor, Hungary

This paper presents a Preisach model of ferromagnetic hysteresis to simulate the vector hysteresis properties of ferromagnetic materials. Vector behavior has been studied using a single sheet tester with a round shaped specimen at low frequency, and the magnetic flux density vector has been controlled by a digital measurement system. Circular magnetic flux density pattern has been measured. An inverse vector Preisach hysteresis model has been developed and identified by applying the measured data. Finally, the inverse model has been inserted into a finite element procedure through the fixed point technique and the reduced magnetic scalar potential formulation. The applicability of the measurement system as well as the developed model has been proven by comparing measured and simulated results.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 11 )