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FEM modelling of magnetostrictive composite materials

Keywords: Numerical techniques , Finite Element Method , Terfenol-D , Composites , Magnetostrictive materials

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Purpose: The paper presents a numerical model for the analysis of magnetostriction in composite materials in polymer matrix reinforced by Tb0.3Dy0.7Fe1.9 particles. The properties were determined by taking into account the applied stresses and magnetic field intensity.Design/methodology/approach: The finite element method for simulation the magnetostriction phenomenon was established by theoretical analysis based on experimental results.Findings: Thanks to the finite element method the numerical model has been formulated, enabling to simulate behavior of dynamically exciting rod with the nonlinear constituted model of magnetostrictive effect. The results received from experiments and simulations confirmed accuracy of this model for operating conditions, enabling a selection of magnetostrictive composite material with polymer matrix reinforced with Tb0.3Dy0.7Fe1.9 particles for specific application.Research limitations/implications: It was confirmed that using the finite element method can be a way for reducing the investigation cost. This paper proposes analysis which is efficient with respect to the number of simplifications in numerical model and accuracy of results.Practical implications: The proposed method could be helpful in the design process of magnetostrictive composite materials.Originality/value: Modelling based on the finite element method allows to simulating behavior of dynamically exciting rod with the nonlinear constituted model of magnetostriction phenomenon.

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