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A NEW METHOD BASED ON THE SPECTRAL ANALYSIS TO GENERATE THE FREQUENTIAL BEHAVIOR OF MAGNETIC HYSTERESIS

By A. Nouicer, E. Nouicer, and M. Feliachi

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Abstract:
The aim of the paper is to present a simple but well applicable development, to generate the waveform of the magnetic flux density, and so the magnetic hysteresis, for any signal frequency. The proposed approach is based on the knowledge of the signal spectrum for one given frequency. It allows to construct the spectrum for any other frequency. Then, the constructed signal is transformed back to the time domain.

Citation:
A. Nouicer, E. Nouicer, and M. Feliachi, "A New Method Based on the Spectral Analysis to Generate the Frequential Behavior of Magnetic Hysteresis," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 19, 53-59, 2011.
doi:10.2528/PIERM11051111

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