In this paper a generalization of a stress-dependent magnetostriction phenomenological model is presented. The model makes use of a classical Preisach operator and of a memoryless bivariate function and includes a pure elastic contribution. It is shown that, even if the structure of the model is simple, the operator state is still influenced by the applied stress. This property is important because the model is able to catch real magnetostrictive behavior in the presence of complex time evolutions of both the variables, current and stress. Experimental and numerical results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed approach.

Experimental properties of an efficient stress-dependent magnetostriction model

DAVINO D;VISONE C
2009

Abstract

In this paper a generalization of a stress-dependent magnetostriction phenomenological model is presented. The model makes use of a classical Preisach operator and of a memoryless bivariate function and includes a pure elastic contribution. It is shown that, even if the structure of the model is simple, the operator state is still influenced by the applied stress. This property is important because the model is able to catch real magnetostrictive behavior in the presence of complex time evolutions of both the variables, current and stress. Experimental and numerical results confirm the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
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