This work documents the research towards the development of a neural approach to represent ferromagnetic materials under dynamic excitation. The proposed approach is based on a Neural System (NS) composed by advanced neural networks featuring the novel Fully Connected Cascade (FCC) architecture. This architecture is particularly suited to solve complex problems. For the training of the network an ad-hoc second order algorithm, known as Neuron-by-Neuron, was used. The neural system was trained on experimental hysteresis curves obtained by measurements performed at different frequencies. Validation was performed both against a numerical model (the dynamic Jiles-Atherton model), and against measurements on a non-oriented Fe-Si device.

Laudani, A., Lozito, G.M., Riganti Fulginei, F., & Salvini, A. (2016). Modeling dynamic hysteresis through Fully Connected Cascade neural networks. In 2016 IEEE 2nd International Forum on Research and Technologies for Society and Industry Leveraging a Better Tomorrow, RTSI 2016 (pp.1-5). Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. [10.1109/RTSI.2016.7740619].

Modeling dynamic hysteresis through Fully Connected Cascade neural networks

LAUDANI, ANTONINO;Lozito, Gabriele Maria;RIGANTI FULGINEI, Francesco;SALVINI, Alessandro
2016

Abstract

This work documents the research towards the development of a neural approach to represent ferromagnetic materials under dynamic excitation. The proposed approach is based on a Neural System (NS) composed by advanced neural networks featuring the novel Fully Connected Cascade (FCC) architecture. This architecture is particularly suited to solve complex problems. For the training of the network an ad-hoc second order algorithm, known as Neuron-by-Neuron, was used. The neural system was trained on experimental hysteresis curves obtained by measurements performed at different frequencies. Validation was performed both against a numerical model (the dynamic Jiles-Atherton model), and against measurements on a non-oriented Fe-Si device.
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