Improved 3-D Magnetic Properties Measurement of Silicon Steel Laminations Based on a Novel Sensing Structure

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2017, 53 (11)
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2017-11-01
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© 1965-2012 IEEE. The precise 3-D magnetic property measurement of the silicon steel is important to improve the efficiency and performance in electrical equipment, such as electrical machines and power transformers. An improved 3-D magnetic property measurement method of the silicon steel laminations is proposed by using a novel sensing structure with interconnecting multiple sensing coils covered on the surface of the cubic specimen. Based on the new coil structure with high precise coefficients from comprehensive calibration, the accurate relationship between B and H vectors is obtained and analyzed under alternating and 3-D rotating excitations with the feedback control method, especially when the laminated direction is considered. Consequently, the experimental data of magnetic properties with high precision can be obtained, which can provide important reference in designing and optimizing electrical equipment.
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