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Jacques, K. (2018). Energy-Based Magnetic Hysteresis Models - Theoretical Development and Finite Element Formulations. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Université de Liège, ​Liège, ​​Belgique.
This work focuses on the development of a highly accurate energy-based hysteresis model for the modeling of magnetic hysteresis phenomena. The model relies on an explicit representation of the magnetic ...
Jacques, K., Henrotte, F., Geuzaine, C., & Gyselinck, J. (2018, April 12). Improved Energy-Based Hysteresis Model and Parameter Identification for Magnetic Hysteresis Materials. Paper presented at The 11th International Symposium on Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF 2018), Daarmstadt, Germany.
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This paper aims first to clarify the transition between the thermodynamic balance from the mesoscale, at the scale of one cell, to the macroscale, at the homogenized level. Actually this homogenization can ...
Jacques, K., Steentjes, S., Henrotte, F., Geuzaine, C., & Hameyer, K. (2018). Representation of microstructural features and magnetic anisotropy of electrical steels in an energy-based vector hysteresis model. AIP Advances, 8(4).
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This paper demonstrates how the statistical distribution of pinning fields in a ferromagnetic material can be identified systematically from standard magnetic measurements, Epstein frame or Single Sheet Tester ...
Niyonzima, I., Sabariego, R. V., Dular, P., Jacques, K., & Geuzaine, C. (2018). Multiscale finite element modeling of nonlinear magnetoquasistatic problems using magnetic induction conforming formulations. Multiscale Modeling and Simulation, 16(1), 300-326.
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In this paper we develop magnetic induction conforming multiscale formulations for magnetoquasistatic problems involving periodic materials. The formulations are derived using the periodic homogenization ...
Jacques, K., Henrotte, F., Gyselinck, J., Sabariego, R. V., & Geuzaine, C. (2017, September 06). Comparison between The Energy-Based Hysteresis Model and The Jiles-Atherton Model in Finite Element Simulations. Paper presented at The 18th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, Chamonix, Mont-Blanc, France.
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This paper focuses on ferromagnetic hysteresis phenomena, a crucial point in the evaluation of iron losses in the modelling of electromagnetic devices. The Energy-Based hysteresis model appears as a convenient ...
Jacques, K., Dular, P., Geuzaine, C., & Gyselinck, J. (2016, November 16). Dual Magnetodynamic Finite Element Formulations with Inclusion of an Energy-Based Hysteresis Model. Paper presented at 17th Biennal Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computations, Miami, FL, United States.
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This paper studies dual magnetodynamic 2D finite element h - phi and a - v formulations including an energy-based hysteresis model. These formulations use unknowns directly associated with the magnetic ...
Guérin, C., Jacques, K., Vazquez Sabariego, R., Dular, P., Geuzaine, C., & Gyselinck, J. (2016, October). Using a Jiles‐Atherton vector hysteresis model for isotropic magnetic materials with the finite element method, Newton‐Raphson method, and relaxation procedure. International Journal of Numerical Modelling: Electronic Networks, Devices and Fields, 1-12.
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This paper deals with the use of a Jiles‐Ather ton vector hysteresis model included in 2D finite element modeling. The hysteresis model is only valid for isotropic materials. It is implemented with the vector ...
Jacques, K., Geuzaine, C., Henrotte, F., & Gyselinck, J. (2016). Comparison between differential and variational forms of an energy-based hysteresis model. 2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON) (pp. 1-6).
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This paper compares two implementations of an energy-based ferromagnetic hysteresis model for finite element computations. The first implementation is an approximated explicit solution of the non-linear ...
Jacques, K., Geuzaine, C., Henrotte, F., & Gyselinck, J. (2016, July). Comparison Between Differential and Variational Forms of an Energy-Based Hysteresis Model. Paper presented at Kevin Jacques, Leuven, Belgique.
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This paper compares two implementations of an energy-based ferromagnetic hysteresis model for finite element computations. The first implementation is an approximated explicit solution of the non-linear ...
Steentjes, S., Henrotte, F., Jacques, K., & Hameyer, K. (2016, March 15). Energy-Based Ferromagnetic Material Model with Magnetic Anisotropy and Magnetostriction. Paper presented at 1-st IEEE Conference Advances in Magnetics, Bormio, Italy.
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Non-oriented soft magnetic materials are commonly assumed to be magnetically isotropic. However, due to the rolling process a preferred direction exists along the rolling direction. This uniaxial magnetic ...
Jacques, K., Sabariego, R. V., Geuzaine, C., & Gyselinck, J. (2016). Inclusion of a Direct and Inverse Energy-Consistent Hysteresis Model in Dual Magnetostatic Finite-Element Formulations. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 52(3), 1-4.
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This paper deals with the implementation of an energy-consistent ferromagnetic hysteresis model in 2-D finite-element computations. This vector hysteresis model relies on a strong thermodynamic foundation and ...
Jacques, K., Sabariego, R. V., Geuzaine, C., & Gyselinck, J. (2015, June). Inclusion of a Direct and Inverse Energy-Consistent Hysteresis Model in Dual Magnetostatic Finite-Element Formulations. Poster session presented at 20th International Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields COMPUMAG 2015, Montreal, Canada.
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This paper deals with the implementation of an energy-consistent ferromagnetic hysteresis model in 2D finite element computations. This vector hysteresis model relies on a strong thermodynamic foundation and ...