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Inverse Hysteresis Models for Transient Simulation
History-dependent and history-independent models of magnetic hysteresis are proposed. Spline approximations to the magnetization curves make these models applicable to major loops of any shape. TheExpand
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On physical aspects of the Jiles-Atherton hysteresis models
The physical assumptions underlying the static and dynamic Jiles-Atherton (JA) hysteresis models are critically analyzed. It is shown that the energy-balance method used in deriving these models isExpand
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Hysteresis modeling based on similarity
A principle of constructing hysteresis models with stable minor loops is proposed. It has been found that a modeled reversal curve of any order can be obtained by copying (transplanting) the segmentExpand
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Accounting for the Influence of the Tank Walls in the Zero-Sequence Topological Model of a Three-Phase, Three-Limb Transformer
A method is proposed to account for the influence of the tank walls in the topological transient model of a three-phase, three-limb core-type transformer. The influence of the transformer tank wallsExpand
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Duality Derived Transformer Models for Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Transients—Part I: Topological Models
The objective of this two-part paper is to provide clarity to physical concepts used in the field of transformer modeling, to dispel common misconceptions regarding numerical instabilities, and toExpand
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Duality-Derived Transformer Models for Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Transients—Part II: Complementary Modeling Guidelines
This two-part paper is intended to clarify definitions in dual transformer modeling that are vague, provide accurate modeling guidelines, clarify misconceptions about numerical instability, provide aExpand
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Implementation of Inverse Hysteresis Model Into EMTP—Part II: Dynamic Model
The main features of a dynamic hysteresis model (DHM) and its implementation into the electromagnetic transient program (EMTP-ATP) are described. A method of fitting the DHM to catalog data isExpand
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Implementation of Inverse Hysteresis Model Into EMTP—Part I: Static Model
The main features of the history-dependent inverse model of magnetic hysteresis are outlined. Its implementation into the Electromagnetic Transient Program-Alternative Transients Program (EMTP-ATP)Expand
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Dynamic magnetization models for soft ferromagnetic materials with coarse and fine domain structures
Abstract We consider dynamic models, both numerical and analytical, that reproduce the magnetization field H ( B ) and the energy loss in ferromagnetic sheet materials with different domainExpand
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Evolution of the loss components in ferromagnetic laminations with induction level and frequency
Results of numerical analysis of loss components in a conducting magnetic hysteresis medium are given. They explain inaccuracies of the widespread formula for the total loss evaluation and provide aExpand
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