The paper presents the state of the art and the problems already open in modelling the hysteresis phenomenon in 2-D for laminated soft ferromagnetic materials. Firstly, a thorough experimental investigation has been carried out at a very low frequency by a single disk tester (SDT) for a specimen of innovative NGO electrical steel sheet. Scalar, rotational and elliptic magnetization processes have been experimentally measured under controlled waveforms of the magnetic induction vector thanks to an effective digital feedback algorithm. Two numerical model of hysteresis have been taken into account to reproduce the measured magnetization processes: the vector Preisach model (VPM) and the Energy Based Model (EBM). The main advantages and limitations in the use of the two hysteresis models are comprehensively analysed and discussed, taking into consideration both the problem of identification and the simulation results. In particular, the effective capability of the models to reproduce the vector field trajectories and to predict the hysteresis power losses has been shown. Conclusive considerations involve the memory usage and the computational time for the low level of abstraction implementation of the two hysteresis models.

Numerical simulations of vector hysteresis processes via the Preisach model and the Energy Based Model: An application to Fe-Si laminated alloys

Laudani A.
2021-01-01

Abstract

The paper presents the state of the art and the problems already open in modelling the hysteresis phenomenon in 2-D for laminated soft ferromagnetic materials. Firstly, a thorough experimental investigation has been carried out at a very low frequency by a single disk tester (SDT) for a specimen of innovative NGO electrical steel sheet. Scalar, rotational and elliptic magnetization processes have been experimentally measured under controlled waveforms of the magnetic induction vector thanks to an effective digital feedback algorithm. Two numerical model of hysteresis have been taken into account to reproduce the measured magnetization processes: the vector Preisach model (VPM) and the Energy Based Model (EBM). The main advantages and limitations in the use of the two hysteresis models are comprehensively analysed and discussed, taking into consideration both the problem of identification and the simulation results. In particular, the effective capability of the models to reproduce the vector field trajectories and to predict the hysteresis power losses has been shown. Conclusive considerations involve the memory usage and the computational time for the low level of abstraction implementation of the two hysteresis models.
2021
Energy-Based Model
Numerical simulations
Power loss prediction
Preisach modelling
Vector hysteresis
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