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Application and Verification of a Dynamic Vector-Hysteresis Model

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3 Author(s)
Simon Steentjes ; Institute of Electrical Machines (IEM),, RWTH Aachen University,, Aachen, Germany ; Daniel Eggers ; Kay Hameyer

This paper presents the application and verification of a dynamic vector-hysteresis model for nonoriented ferromagnetic materials. The hysteresis model is based on the fundamental principles of thermodynamics. Since the model is completely consistent with a genuine energy interpretation it can be considered from this point of view as a mechanical analog. To validate the model, the response of the model is compared to measured material characteristics of an isotropic electrical steel grade.

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