Comparison of High Temperature, High Frequency Core Loss and Dynamic B-H Loops of a 2V-49Fe-49Co and a Grain Oriented 3Si-Fe Alloy 929116
The design of power magnetic components such as transformers, inductors, motors, and generators, requires specific knowledge about the magnetic and electrical characteristics of the magnetic materials used in these components. Limited experimental data exists that characterizes the performance of soft magnetic materials for the combined conditions of high temperature, and high frequency over a wide flux density range. An experimental investigation of a 2V-49Fe-49Co (Supermendur) and a grain oriented 3 Si-Fe (Magnesil) alloy was conducted over the temperature range of 23 to 300 C and frequency range of 0.1 to 10 kHz. The effects of temperature, frequency, and maximum flux density on the core loss and dynamic B-H loops for sinusoidal voltage excitation conditions are examined for each of these materials. A comparison of the core loss of these two materials is also made over the temperature and frequency range investigated.
Citation: Wieserman, W., Schwarze, G., and Niedra, J., "Comparison of High Temperature, High Frequency Core Loss and Dynamic B-H Loops of a 2V-49Fe-49Co and a Grain Oriented 3Si-Fe Alloy," SAE Technical Paper 929116, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/929116. Download Citation
W. R. Wieserman, G. E. Schwarze, J. M. Niedra
27th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (1992)