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Title:Incorporation of Hysteretic Effects in Model-Order Reduction Analysis of Magnetic Devices
Author(s):Sander, Jonathan J.
Advisor(s):Chapman, Patrick L.
Department / Program:Electrical and Computer Engineering
Discipline:Electrical and Computer Engineering
Degree Granting Institution:University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Degree:M.S.
Genre:Thesis
Subject(s):hysteresis
model reduction
Magnetic equivalent circuit (MEC)
Abstract:The ability to predict the properties of magnetic materials in a device is essential to ensuring the correct operation and optimization of the design as well as the device behavior over a wide range of input frequencies. Typically, development and simulation of wide-bandwidth models requires detailed, physics-based simulations that utilize significant computational resources. Balancing the trade-offs between model computational overhead and accuracy can be cumbersome, especially when the nonlinear effects of saturation and hysteresis are included in the model. This study focuses on the development of a system for analyzing magnetic devices in cases where model accuracy and computational intensity must be carefully and easily balanced by the engineer. A method for adjusting model complexity and corresponding level of detail while incorporating the nonlinear effects of hysteresis is presented that builds upon recent work in loss analysis and magnetic equivalent circuit (MEC) modeling. The approach utilizes MEC models in conjunction with linearization and model-order reduction techniques to process magnetic devices based on geometry and core type. The validity of steady-state permeability approximations is also discussed.
Issue Date:2009-06-01
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/11992
Rights Information:Copyright 2009 Jonathan Sander
Date Available in IDEALS:2009-06-01
2011-06-02
Date Deposited:May 2009


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