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Investigation of a Specific Magnetic Characterization dedicated to Manufactured Massive Cores

Abstract

Magnetic parts are usually composed of a stack of electrical steel laminations to reduce the eddy current losses. However, for cost reasons or for specific applications the magnetic core can be made from massive steel and thus manufactured with adapted processes such as forging. This kind of process may imply anisotropy and severe inhomogeneity of the material properties. Therefore, for accurate design or study of the electromagnetic part, it is necessary to account for the real properties of the material. In that context, most of the standard characterization procedures are not adapted to represent the magnetic flux behavior through a bulk material and applicable for material anisotropy at the same time. The proposed specific characterization procedure aims at considering these both aspects.
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hal-04512668 , version 1 (20-03-2024)

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Marc Borsenberger, Abdelkader Benabou, Cyrille Baudouin, Régis Bigot, Pierre Faverolle, et al.. Investigation of a Specific Magnetic Characterization dedicated to Manufactured Massive Cores. 17th International IGTE Symposium on Numerical Field calculation in electrical engineering (IGTE 2016), Sep 2016, Graz, Austria. pp.32-36. ⟨hal-04512668⟩
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