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Magnetic Field Simulation with Data-Driven Material Modeling

by   Herbert De Gersem, et al.

This paper developes a data-driven magnetostatic finite-element (FE) solver which directly exploits measured material data instead of a material curve constructed from it. The distances between the field solution and the measurement points are minimized while enforcing Maxwell's equations. The minimization problem is solved by employing the Lagrange multiplier approach. The procedure wraps the FE method within an outer data-driven iteration. The method is capable of considering anisotropic materials and is adapted to deal with models featuring a combination of exact material knowledge and measured material data. Thereto, three approaches with an increasing level of intrusivity according to the FE formulation are proposed. The numerical results for a quadrupole-magnet model show that data-driven field simulation is feasible and affordable and overcomes the need of modeling the material law.


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