A generalized dynamic circuit model of magnetic cores for low- and high-frequency applications - Part II: Circuit model formulation and implementation

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IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 1996, 11 (2), pp. 251 - 259
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1996-12-01
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This paper describes the formulation and implementation of a generalized dynamic magnetic core circuit model suitable for both low- and high-frequency applications. The behavior of magnetic cores with any arbitrary flux waveforms is modeled by a simple ladder network consisting of nonlinear inductors and resistors. The nonlinear B-H loop and the hysteresis loss are incorporated in distributed nonideal inductors and calculated by the Preisach scalar model of magnetic hysteresis. The eddy current and anomalous losses are accounted for by the generalized nonlinear equivalent resistors reported in Part I of the paper. The transmission line modeling (TLM) method is employed to solve the nonlinear state equations. Numerical aspects and software implementation of the model are discussed. The generalized model has been verified by simulations and measurements at both lowand high-frequency operations. © 1996 IEEE.
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