Iron losses under PWM excitation using a dynamic hysteresis model and finite elements
Leonard, P. J., Marketos, P., Moses, A. J. and Lu, M., 2006. Iron losses under PWM excitation using a dynamic hysteresis model and finite elements. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 42 (4), pp. 907-910.
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A dynamic hysteresis model is used with a 2-D magnetic vector potential finite element formulation. The scheme models traditional eddy current, static BH and anomalous losses. The model is used to predict the BH trajectory and hence the losses for a FeSi lamination with a PWM type excitation. The experimental results show good agreement with the finite element predictions.
|Creators||Leonard, P. J., Marketos, P., Moses, A. J. and Lu, M.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||hysteresis, finite elements, finite element predictions, fesi lamination, traditional eddy current, finite element formulation, magnetic hysteresis, pwm excitation, static bh, pwm invertors, eddy current losses, 2d magnetic vector potential, iron losses, finite element analysis, fesi, time transient, silicon alloys, dynamic hysteresis model, iron alloys, bh trajectory|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Electronic & Electrical Engineering|
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