In this article, a systematic procedure to derive equivalent circuit networks accurately reproducing the frequency response of the input impedance of magnetic cores in a broad frequency range is presented. The proposed procedure foresees to represent the effective complex permeability spectra of a magnetic core (i.e., the permeability resulting from the superposition of intrinsic material properties and effects due to structural features of the core) by a high-order Debye series expansion, which is subsequently synthesized into suitable Foster and Cauer networks. Such networks can be implemented in any circuit simulator, and are particularly favorable for time-domain transient simulation since they can be easily combined with hysteresis models. Two nanocrystalline tape-wound cores and a commercial bulk current injection probe are used as test cases to prove the effectiveness of the proposed method both in terms of accuracy and ease of implementation.

Behavioral Modeling of Complex Magnetic Permeability with High-Order Debye Model and Equivalent Circuits

Liu X.;Grassi F.;Spadacini G.;Pignari S. A.;
2021-01-01

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In this article, a systematic procedure to derive equivalent circuit networks accurately reproducing the frequency response of the input impedance of magnetic cores in a broad frequency range is presented. The proposed procedure foresees to represent the effective complex permeability spectra of a magnetic core (i.e., the permeability resulting from the superposition of intrinsic material properties and effects due to structural features of the core) by a high-order Debye series expansion, which is subsequently synthesized into suitable Foster and Cauer networks. Such networks can be implemented in any circuit simulator, and are particularly favorable for time-domain transient simulation since they can be easily combined with hysteresis models. Two nanocrystalline tape-wound cores and a commercial bulk current injection probe are used as test cases to prove the effectiveness of the proposed method both in terms of accuracy and ease of implementation.
2021
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