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Magnetic Material with Parameter-based Hysteresis Description This magnetic material uses Everett functions to define the B-H hysteresis curve. This material can be used by the TellinenEverett component in the Magnetic > Shapes > Hysteresis palette; the instance name of material should be copied to the material (mat) parameter of the component, and possibly used in the sigma ($\mathrm{\sigma }$) parameter, if eddy currents are modeled. Parameters

 Name Units Description Modelica ID ${H}_{c}$ $\frac{A}{m}$ Major loop coercivity Hc ${H}_{\mathrm{sat}}$ $\frac{A}{m}$ Hysteresis region is $-{H}_{\mathrm{sat}}$ to ${H}_{\mathrm{sat}}$ Hsat $K$ $1$ Slope in saturation region is $\mathrm{\mu }$0K_ K $M$ $1$ Related to saturation value of magnetization M ${p}_{1}$ $\frac{m}{A}$ Sharpness of major loop p1 ${p}_{2}$ $\frac{m}{A}$ Sharpness of major loop p2 $q$ $\frac{m}{A}$ Slope of the straight region in the vicinity of ${H}_{c}$ q $r$ $1$ Proportion of the straight region in the vicinity of ${H}_{c}$ r $\mathrm{\sigma }$ $\frac{S}{m}$ Electrical conductivity of material sigma Data

 Material ${H}_{c}$ ${H}_{\mathrm{sat}}$ $K$ $M$ ${p}_{1}$ ${p}_{2}$ $q$ $r$ $\mathrm{\sigma }$ BaseData 7.4 100 1 0.95 0.12 0.80 0.24 0.55 1 M270 50A 24.4948 650 50 0.981 0.486 $5.49·{10}^{-4}$ 0.0273 0.429 $1.72·{10}^{6}$ M330 50A 42.2283 650 50 0.967 0.188 $7.81·{10}^{-4}$ 0.04 0.503 $2.2·{10}^{6}$ M400 50A 43.2967 700 50 0.966 0.299 $7.57·{10}^{-4}$ 0.0278 0.442 $2.22·{10}^{6}$ M400 50AP 36.204 600 50 1.0013 0.318 $7.59·{10}^{-4}$ 0.0343 0.427 $2.22·{10}^{6}$ M800 65A 100.0602 700 50 1.1461 0.183 $4.25·{10}^{-4}$ 0.013 0.161 $3.27·{10}^{6}$ Vacodur 50 133.5844 800 160 1.002 0.796 $8.98·{10}^{-3}$ 0.0523 1.0835 $2.38·{10}^{6}$ Vacoflux 17 98.0842 1000 110 0.92 0.0164 $1.05·{10}^{-3}$ 0.0158 0.728 $2.56·{10}^{6}$ B-H Curves         Modelica Standard Library The component described in this topic is from the Modelica Standard Library. To view the original documentation, which includes author and copyright information, click here.