A thorough investigation of the 2-D hysteresis processes under arbitrary excitations was carried out for a specimen of innovative Fe-Si magnetic powder material. The vector experimental measurements were first performed via a single disk tester (SDT) apparatus under a controlled magnetic induction field, taking into account circular, elliptic, and scalar processes. The experimental data relative to the circular loops were utilized to identify a vector model of hysteresis based on feedforward neural networks (NNs), having as an input the magnetic induction vector B and as an output the magnetic field vector H. Then the model was validated by the simulation of the other experimental hysteresis processes. The comparison between calculated and measured loops evidenced the capability of the model in both the reconstruction of the magnetic field trajectory and the prediction of the power loss under various excitation waveforms. Finally, the computational efficiency of the model makes it suitable for future application in finite element analysis (FEA).

Antonio, S.Q., Riganti Fulginei, F., Faba, A., Chilosi, F., & Cardelli, E. (2021). Vector hysteresis processes for innovative FE-SI magnetic powder cores: Experiments and neural network modeling. MAGNETOCHEMISTRY, 7(2), 1-16 [10.3390/magnetochemistry7020018].

Vector hysteresis processes for innovative FE-SI magnetic powder cores: Experiments and neural network modeling

Riganti Fulginei F.;
2021

Abstract

A thorough investigation of the 2-D hysteresis processes under arbitrary excitations was carried out for a specimen of innovative Fe-Si magnetic powder material. The vector experimental measurements were first performed via a single disk tester (SDT) apparatus under a controlled magnetic induction field, taking into account circular, elliptic, and scalar processes. The experimental data relative to the circular loops were utilized to identify a vector model of hysteresis based on feedforward neural networks (NNs), having as an input the magnetic induction vector B and as an output the magnetic field vector H. Then the model was validated by the simulation of the other experimental hysteresis processes. The comparison between calculated and measured loops evidenced the capability of the model in both the reconstruction of the magnetic field trajectory and the prediction of the power loss under various excitation waveforms. Finally, the computational efficiency of the model makes it suitable for future application in finite element analysis (FEA).
Antonio, S.Q., Riganti Fulginei, F., Faba, A., Chilosi, F., & Cardelli, E. (2021). Vector hysteresis processes for innovative FE-SI magnetic powder cores: Experiments and neural network modeling. MAGNETOCHEMISTRY, 7(2), 1-16 [10.3390/magnetochemistry7020018].
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