Improved measurement with 2-D rotating fluxes considering the effect of internal field

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2005, 41 (10), pp. 3709 - 3711
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2005-10-01
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This paper analyzes the effect of the internal field on the measurement with two-dimensional (2-D) rotating fluxes. It is demonstrated that due to the effect of the internal field, the misalignment of H sensing coils, causing the asymmetry of H loci and the discrepancy of the rotational core losses between two opposite rotating directions cannot be corrected completely. A numerical averaging method is employed to eliminate the angular error. Finally, the B and H loci and rotational core losses of a soft magnetic composite (SMC) material were measured under circular rotating magnetic flux density vectors, and the results were corrected by the proposed averaging method. © 2005 IEEE.
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