Nonlinear Three Dimensional Magnetic Vector Potential Finite Element Solution of Field Problems Including Experimental Verification
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics
In this paper, the three dimensional finite element method previously presented by these authors is applied here, for the first time, to laminated iron core devices with considerable magnetic saturation. This includes a practical form of anisotropy effects associated with magnetic nonlinearities in laminated cores. The calculation of the stored magnetic energy in the field is based on three distinct B-H magnetization characteristics in the x, y and z directions depending on the orientation of the iron core laminations. Agreement between calculated and measured flux densities and magnetizing inductance of a coil and a single phase shell type transformer confirm the validity of the method and its applicability to saturated iron cores.
Demerdash, Nabeel; Nehl, T. W.; Mohammed, O. A.; and Fouad, Fakhry A., "Nonlinear Three Dimensional Magnetic Vector Potential Finite Element Solution of Field Problems Including Experimental Verification" (1981). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 463.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. 17, No. 6 (November 1981): 3408-3410. DOI.
N.A. Demerdash was affiliated with Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University at the time of publication.