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An energy-based hysteresis model for magnetostrictive transducers
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|Other titles||Energy based hysteresis model for magnetostrictive transducers.|
|Statement||F.T. Calkins, R.C. Smith, and A.B. Flatau.|
|Series||ICASE report -- no. 97-60., [NASA contractor report] -- NASA/CR-97-206246., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-206246.|
|Contributions||Smith, R. C., Flatau, A. B., Langley Research Center.|
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Energy-based hysteresis model for magnetostrictive transducers Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 36(2) - April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
AN ENERGY-BASED HYSTERESIS MODEL FOR MAGNETOSTRICTIVE TRANSDUCERS F.T. CALKINS*, R.C. SMITH?, AND A.B. FLATAU_ Abstract. This paper addresses the modeling of hysteresis in magnetostrictive transducers.
This is considered in the context of control applications which require an accurate characterization of the relation. The comparisons of magnetic hysteresis loops and magnetostrictive curves under different exciting frequencies between the theoretical results and the experimental data (Slaughter et al., ) are, respectively, shown in Fig.
1, Fig. calculated magnetization and magnetostriction, the compressive prestress and the applied magnetic field are all in the [1 1 Cited by: Besides the J-A model, the free energy model for hysteresis in magnetostrictive transducers presented by Smith et al.
 was also a commonly used physics-based model. In. Get this from a library. An energy-based hysteresis model for magnetostrictive transducers: prepared for Langley Research Center under contracts NAS & NAS [F T Calkins; R C Smith; A B Flatau; Langley Research Center.].
In the current paper, the rate dependent hysteretic dynamics of a magnetostrictive transducer is investigated by using a coupled nonlinear macroscopic differential model. The transducer is modeled as a one-dimensional magnetostrictive structure based on the Landau phenomenological theory of phase transition.
The hysteresis loops and butterfly-shaped Author: Xiu Quan Du, Lin Xiang Wang, Zhi Feng Tang, Fu Zai Lv. The present paper presents a new model of magnetostrictive hysteresis loop. A unified approach of both the hysteresis of λ(B) relation, as well as the lift-off phenomenon is proposed, which are explained together on the base of the response of the first order inertial element.
Considering previously presented reports, the Maxwell–Boltzmann distribution based model of Author: Roman Szewczyk. The Jiles–Atherton model of magnetic hysteresis was introduced in by David Jiles and D. Atherton. This is one of the most popular models of magnetic hysteresis.
Its main advantage is the fact that this model enables connection with physical parameters of the magnetic material. Jiles–Atherton model enables calculation of minor and major hysteresis loops. This paper presents a model of the magnetostrictive hysteresis loop with local maximum. The model is based on the differential equations describing magnetostriction due to the domain wall movement as well as domain magnetization rotation.
The transition between these mechanisms of magnetization is quantified by the Maxwell–Boltzmann by: 3. Model-based robust control design for magnetostrictive transducers operating in hysteretic and nonlinear regimes JM Nealis, RC Smith IEEE transactions on control systems technology 15.
Calkins F T, Smith R C, Flatau A B. Energy-based hysteresis model for magnetostrictive transducers. IEEE Trans Magn,36(2): – CrossRef Google Scholar by: 7. The effect of temperature on the performance of a giant magnetostrictive ultrasonic transducer (GMUT) was investigated by measuring variations in the resonance frequency and mechanical quality factor of the GMUT at different temperatures.
The equivalent circuit model of the GMUT was presented and the total electrical impedance equation was by: 7. A magnetostrictive actuator offers a long mechanical strain output in a broad bandwidth at a cost of a highly nonlinear magnetic hysteresis. Full utilization of this actuator in precision manufacturing requires a feedback loop as well as an advanced control by: 9.
In this paper, a kind of giant magnetostrictive material (GMM) model based on inverse magnetostritive effect was developed. Van de Pol nonlinear difference item was introduced to interpret the hysteresis phenomenon of the strain-magnetic field intensity (MFI) curve of GMM. The coupling relationship between strain and frequency was obtained in partial least-square Author: Xiao Qing Tang, Zhi Wen Zhu.
Abstract. Paper presents the most important problems connected with Jiles-Atherton model of magnetic B(H) hysteresis. These problems are mainly caused by accuracy of numerical integration as well as methods of solving the ordinary differential by: Bergqvist-Engdahl raagnetostrictive transducer model Energy based model Electroacoustic model of transduction Comparison of models and conclusions 5.
AN ENERGY-BASED TRANSDUCER MODEL Overview Magnetostrictive model Background on Jiles Atherton model Cited by: 1. This is possible using energy-based material models such as the Armstrong model or the multi-scale model, when accomplished by a static hysteresis model.
The Armstrong model uses an incremental hysteresis model for a single-crystal material , i.e., hysteresis is included for a fixed crystal direction by calculating the losses due to the Cited by: inverse of the hysteresis model as a ﬂlter to mitigate these eﬁects.
This control strategy requires a hysteresis model which admits an inverse that can be employed in real-time. Filters of this type have been constructed us-ing a domain wall model [6, 8] as well as Preisach mod-els . Here we utilize a free-energy based hysteresis Milled.
75 An Energy-Based Hysteresis Model_for Magnetostrictive 76 An evaluation of electric motors for ship 77 Analog Microcontroller Model for an Energy Harvesting Round A Dynamic Hysteresis Model for THUNDER Transducers Brian L. Ball 1, Ralph C. Smith 2 and Zoubeida Ounaies 3 1;2Center for Research in Scientiﬂc Computation, North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC 3Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA Abstract This paper summarizes a nonlinear model which.
1 On the Energy-Based Variational Model for Vector Magnetic Hysteresis Leonid Prigozhin1, Vladimir Sokolovsky2, John W. Barrett3, and Sergey E. Zirka4 1J. Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Sede Boqer Campus, Israel 2Physics Department, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel 3Department of.
Energy-Based Variational Model for Vector Magnetic Hysteresis L. Prigozhin1 V. Sokolovsky1 J. Barrett2 S. Zirka3 1Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel 2Imperial College London, UK 3Dnepropetrovsk National University, Ukraine J Vector magnetic hysteresis model HTS ModellingBologna.
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MAGNETICS, VOL. 52, NO. 12, DECEMBER On the Energy-Based Variational Model for Vector Magnetic Hysteresis Leonid Prigozhin1, Vladimir Sokolovsky2, John W. Barrett3, and Sergey E. Zirka4 1Jacob Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Sede Boqer CampusIsrael 2Physics.
Material Modeling - Application of BEM-FEM Coupling and the Vector Preisach Model for the Calculation of 3D Magnetic Fields in Media with Hysteresis Fetzer, J. / Kurz, S. / Lehner, G.
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The model has also recently been coupled to the Jiles-Atherton (JA) model of hysteresis for modelling the effect of stress on the magnetic hysteresis losses .File Size: KB.
A numerical model of displacement for giant magnetostrictive actuator. IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 14(2): ().  Galopin N., Mininger X., Frederic F., Daniel L., Finite element modeling of magnetoelectric : Tommi Peussa, Anouar Belahcen. KEYWORDS: Magnetostrictive materials, Wave propagation, Magnetism, Signal attenuation, Wavefronts, 3D modeling, Solids, Crystals, Safety, Particles Read Abstract + A preliminary theoretical effort has provided a robust three dimensional energy based model of magnetostrictive wave propagation in a general cubic magnetostrictive material.
Nonlinear adaptive parameter estimation algorithms for hysteresis models of magnetostrictive actuators. James Nealis, Ralph Smith. Proc. SPIE.Smart Structures and Materials Modeling, Signal Processing, and Control Partial inverse compensation techniques for linear control design in magnetostrictive transducers.
James Nealis. Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation The effect of conductor permeability on electric current transducers. Mirzaei, P Representation of microstructural features and magnetic anisotropy of electrical steels in an energy-based vector hysteresis model.
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"The text can be used as the basis for a graduate course in any of several disciplines that are concerned with smart material modeling, including physics, materials science, electromechanical design, control systems, and applied mathematics [T]his well-written and rigorous text will be useful for anyone interested in specific smart materials as well as general modeling and.
In this paper, the current state of the art on shunt piezoelectric systems for noise and vibration control is reviewed. The core idea behind the operation of electronic shunt piezoelectric circuits is based on their capability of transforming the dynamic strain energy of the host structure, i.e., a smart beam or plate, into electric energy, using the properties of the direct piezoelectric Cited by: 3.
Barrett devel-oped a one-dimensional constitutive model for SMA that includes where» S is the portion of the detwinned(or stress preferred)marten-phase change hardening, hysteresis with partial transformation, and site present at low temperature and»T is the portion of twinned (or model however.
The present work involved the performance comparison of three smart materials as the driving element in the existing actuator. The performance of the actuator was studied using two magnetostrictive materials, Galfenol and Terfenol-D, and one type of piezostack as the driving elements.
An energy based comparison of typical. An Energy-Based Hysteresis Model for Magnetostrictive Transducers. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Calkins, F. T.; Smith, R. C.; Flatau, A. This paper addresses the modeling of hysteresis in magnetostrictive transducers. This is considered in the context of control applications which require an accurate characterization of.
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