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Macroscopic modeling of anisotropic magnetostriction and magnetization in soft ferromagnetic materials

Serigne Saliou Mbengue
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Nicolas Buiron
Vincent Lanfranchi

Abstract

Magnetic and magnetoelastic properties of soft ferromagnetic materials, used as laminated sheets, are sensitive to manufacturing processes such as rolling, cutting and coating. One of the effects of these processes is to induce an anisotropic behavior of materials. Therefore, an anhysteretic magnetostriction and magnetization calculation taking into account the anisotropy effect at macroscopic scale is presented. This model is based on the expression and then the minimization of the total energy in order to determine magnetization and magnetostriction at equilibrium. The total energy to minimize depends on energy terms identified from measurements of the magnetization and magnetostriction at a scale large enough to neglect the heterogeneity due to grains. Therefore, this approach attempts to reproduce ferromagnetic polycrystal behavior at macroscopic without knowing texture (Orientation Density Function) nor grain properties.
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hal-01981065 , version 1 (14-01-2019)

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Serigne Saliou Mbengue, Nicolas Buiron, Vincent Lanfranchi. Macroscopic modeling of anisotropic magnetostriction and magnetization in soft ferromagnetic materials. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 2016, 404, pp.74-78. ⟨10.1016/j.jmmm.2015.12.001⟩. ⟨hal-01981065⟩
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