A Finite Element based strategy is proposed for the evaluation of magnetic permeability for the equivalent homogenized material of a magnetic shielding mortar containing ferromagnetic particles. The representation of the composite mixture is done by using elements of the mesh as 3-D inclusions. A statistical analysis is performed on thousands of meshes representing the same sample geometry, with different inclusions distribution. The homogenization process is posed in form of a non-linear inverse problem. To solve it, a powerful parallel algorithm based on swarm intelligence is used. The obtained results are validated through an experimental setup.

Effective permeability estimation of a composite magnetic shielding mortar by using swarm intelligence / Coco S.; Laudani A.; Lozito G.M.; Pollicino G.. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED ELECTROMAGNETICS AND MECHANICS. - ISSN 1383-5416. - ELETTRONICO. - 56:(2018), pp. S33-S44. [10.3233/JAE-172278]

Effective permeability estimation of a composite magnetic shielding mortar by using swarm intelligence

Lozito G. M.;
2018

Abstract

A Finite Element based strategy is proposed for the evaluation of magnetic permeability for the equivalent homogenized material of a magnetic shielding mortar containing ferromagnetic particles. The representation of the composite mixture is done by using elements of the mesh as 3-D inclusions. A statistical analysis is performed on thousands of meshes representing the same sample geometry, with different inclusions distribution. The homogenization process is posed in form of a non-linear inverse problem. To solve it, a powerful parallel algorithm based on swarm intelligence is used. The obtained results are validated through an experimental setup.
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