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Bicriteria Optimization of Technological Parameters in Algorithm for Designing Magnetic Composites

@article{Sokalski2015BicriteriaOO,
  title={Bicriteria Optimization of Technological Parameters in Algorithm for Designing Magnetic Composites},
  author={K. Sokalski and Barbara Slusarek and Bartosz Jankowski and Marek Przybylski},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
  year={2015}
}
Novel algorithm for designing values of technological parameters for production of Soft Magnetic Composites (SMC) has been created. These parameters are the following magnitudes: hardening temperature $T$ and compaction pressure $p$. They enable us to optimize of power losses and induction. The advantage of the presented algorithm consists in the bicriteria optimization. The crucial role in the presented algorithm play scaling and notion of pseudo-state equation. On the base of these items the… 

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