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Refined Approach in Jiles-Atherton Model for Ferromagnetic Sheet Under the Tensile Stress

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The magneto-mechanical effect combines the magnetic field and stress sigma, making it an important approach for detecting stress concentration and microscopic failure in electrical machines. Alloy sheets as Fe-Si3% used in mechanical structures are subject to the effect of both magnetic and mechanical constraints, but the effects of a mechanical stress on this type of alloy are not widely considered. In previous work, a theoretical approach was proposed, which was obtained by incorporating, in the classical effective field model given by Jiles-Atherton (JA), the effect of an equivalent stress demagnetizing field denotedH(d). Presence of this parameter explains the asymmetry in the change of magnetization under the conditions of tensile and compressive stress. Stress concentration affects all properties of the material. The intermolecular interaction inside the sheet defined by the classical domain coupling factor alpha is one of more parameters which is affected and need to be modeled. This paper proposes to elaborate a new model based on the merits of the previous approach. An accurate model denoted alpha(eff)is thus developed. The evolution of alpha(eff) and the magnetostrictive behaviors are simulated at an average frequencyf = 50 Hz under tensile stresses. The obtained results are compared with some reported ones; the tendency is shown to be in concordance with those published.
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hal-03627739 , version 1 (01-04-2022)

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M. Ikhlef, A. Bendjerad, S. Boukhtache, B. Abdelhadi, A. Lahmar. Refined Approach in Jiles-Atherton Model for Ferromagnetic Sheet Under the Tensile Stress. Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism, 2021, 34 (1), pp.227-234. ⟨10.1007/s10948-020-05694-w⟩. ⟨hal-03627739⟩
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