Preisach hysteresis implementation in reluctance network method, comparison with finite element method

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Allag , Hicham; Kedous-Lebouc , Afef; Latreche , Mohamed E. H.;
(2008)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: [ SPI.NRJ ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Electric power

International audience; In this work, an implementation of static magnetic hysteresis in the reluctance network method is presented and its effectiveness is demonstrated. This implementation is achieved by a succession of iterative steps in the form of algorithm explain... View more
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