Papers by Keyword: Preisach Model

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Authors: Amalia Ivanyi, Peter Ivanyi, Miklos M. Ivanyi, Miklos Ivanyi
Abstract: In the paper a Preisach hysteresis model is applied to determine the dynamic behavior of a steel column with a mass on the top and loaded by periodically alternating force. The column is considered as a completely rigid element, while the fixed end of the column is modeled with a rotational spring with hysteresis characteristic. In the solution of the non-linear dynamical equation of the motion the fix-point technique is inserted to the time marching iteration. The cycling time of the force is changing. The results are plotted in figures.
Authors: V. Franzitta, A. Viola, Marco Trapanese
Abstract: In this paper Preisach Model is applied to obtain a mathematical model of the hysteresis in lithium battery. Preisach Model allows to describe the hysteresis of charging and discharging cycles in a lithium battery. The identification of the model is obtained by using a neural network technique developed for magnetic systems. The model is verified on some experimental tests on commercial batteries.
Authors: N. H. Vrijsen, J.W. Jansen, E.A. Lomonova
Abstract: Magnetic hysteresis effects, present in the force of an E-core reluctance actuator, are examined by simulations and measurements. Simulations have been performed with a 3d finite element method (3d-FEM) and a Preisach model, which is extended with a dynamic magnetic equivalent circuit (MEC) model. Both simulation methods are first examined on the prediction of the magnetic flux density in a closed-and open toroid for dc-and ac excitations. Finally, both methods are used to predict the force of the E-core reluctance actuator, which is compared to ac force measurementsperformed with a piezoelectric load cell.
Authors: Liang Yu Su
Abstract: Hysteresis cycle is one of the most important characteristics for magnetic materials.Preisach model is one of most used model in practice for modeling the hysteresis cycle. This paper deals with analytical modeling of hysteresis cycle using the powerful mathematical tools from LabVIEW. Preisach method is also modified by LabVIEW,this way of modeling is good for a fairly large number of entry points.
Authors: Young Min Han, Quoc Hung Nguyen, Seung Bok Choi, Kyung Su Kim
Abstract: This paper experimentally investigates the hysteretic behaviors of yield stress in electrorheological (ER) and magnetorheological (MR) materials which are known as smart materials. As a first step, the PMA-based ER material is prepared by dispersing the chemically synthesized polymethylaniline (PMA) particles into non-conducting oil. For the MR material, commercially available one (Lord MRF-132LD) is chosen for the test. Using the rheometer, the torque resulting from the shear stress of the ER/MR materials is measured, and then the yield stress is calculated from the measured torque. In order to describe the hysteretic behavior of the fielddependent yield stress, a nonlinear hysteresis model of the ER/MR materials is formulated between input (field) and output (yield stress). Subsequently, the Preisach model is identified using experimental first order descending (FOD) curves of yield stress in discrete manner. The effectiveness of the identified hysteresis model is verified in time domain by comparing the predicted field-dependent yield stress with the measured one.
Authors: Mounir Amir, Mourad Zergoug, Aissa Amrouche
Abstract: The description of hysteresis is one of the classical problems in magnetic materials. The progress in its solution determines the reliability of modeling and the quality of design of a wide range of devices, the proposed approach has been applied to model the behavior of many samples and the results show the robustness and efficiency of Neural Network to model the phenomenon of hysteresis loop. The goal of this study is to optimize the parameters of hysteresis Loop by Preisach model with the Neural Network, the method developed is based on an analysis of two distribution functions. The modified Lorentzian function and Gaussian function have been analyzed. The implemented software and performances of the distributions are presented.
Authors: Zhao Jing, Xue Fang, Han Ning
Abstract: The Henkel plot and the Δm plot of a longitudinal barium ferrite hard disk and γ-Fe2O3 flexible disk were simulated by the improved Preisach-DOK model.The study results show that the barium ferrite exhibit large positive interactions, as shown by large positive in the Δm plot, and tend to resist demagnetization, leading the oriented barium ferrite possess the unusual remanence characteristic.
Authors: Hua Wei Ji, Yong Qing Wen
Abstract: Piezoelectric actuator is being widely used in vibration suppression and micro positioning applications for fast response, nanometer resolution, no backlash, no friction and bigger driving force. However, its inherent hysteresis characteristics between the input voltage and output displacement limit its control accuracy. An efficient way to eliminate this limitation is to model and control this hysteresis. In order solve the problem, the characteristic of piezoelectric actuator was introduced, and its static hysteresis was studied by experiment. A Preisach model was put forward to describe the hysteresis nonlinearity; a model feedforword controller was used to quicken system response. Control experiment results indicate that the proposed model and control method has good performance for precision control
Authors: Mounir Boudjerda, Mounir Amir, Mourad Zergoug, Siham Azzi, Mouhamed Sahnoun
Abstract: The description of hysteresis is one of the classical problems in magnetic materials. The progress in its solution determines the reliability of modeling and the quality of design of a wide range of contemporary devices, as well as devices that will be created in the future. The intensive investigations in hysteresis modeling were induced by the fact that accuracy models of magnetic hysteresis must be studied yet. In this paper, several identification procedures of the distribution functions of the Preisach model will be investigated by means of a genetic algorithm.The proposed approach has been applied to model the behavior of many samples and distribution functions are optimized which will give accurate results of the hysteresis loop. The results show the robustness and efficiency of genetic algorithm to model the phenomenon of hysteresis loop. This work can give solutions about the ferromagnetic material evaluations and shows the optimization of distribution functions according to the material behaviors.
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