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Modeling of Two-Dimensional Magnetic Properties Based on One-Dimensional Magnetic Measurements

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6 Author(s)
Higuchi, S. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., Doshisha Univ., Kyoto, Japan ; Nakao, T. ; Takahashi, Y. ; Tokumasu, T.
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This paper proposes a modeling method of two-dimensional (2D) magnetic properties based on magnetic energy obtained from several one-dimensional (1D) magnetic properties with different inclination angles from rolling direction. We compare the measurement results of non-oriented electrical steel sheets by 2D and 1D single sheet testers (SSTs) and confirm that almost the same magnetic properties can be obtained from each tester. Based on several 1D magnetic properties measured by the 1D-SST, we evaluate a magnetic energy by using a Fourier series expansion. By differentiating the estimated magnetic energy, we can obtain the perpendicular components of magnetic field with respect to the magnetic flux density which cannot be measured by the 1D-SST. In order to confirm the validity of the proposed method, we compare the estimated 2D magnetic properties with measured ones. Finally, the calculation procedure of the Jacobian matrix is presented and the proposed method is applied to the finite element analysis.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:48 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 2012

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