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Modeling of magnetostrictive phenomena. Application in magnetic force control

  • K. Azoum (a1), M. Besbes (a1), F. Bouillault (a1) and T. Ueno (a2)

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A three-dimensional finite element method is applied to model a magnetic force control device. This device is based on the use of a magnetostrictive rod in order to control the magnetic force applied to a movable yoke. The paper introduces an original approach to model magnetostrictive phenomena and presents comparisons between numerical and experimental results.

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Modeling of magnetostrictive phenomena. Application in magnetic force control

  • K. Azoum (a1), M. Besbes (a1), F. Bouillault (a1) and T. Ueno (a2)

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