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Simulink Nonlinear Inductor Configuration

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Changqi You
Changqi You on 13 Nov 2018
Answered: Akshay Khadse on 19 Nov 2018
Hi all,
I am dealing with a nonlinear inductor simulation, which requires me tuning Jiles-Atherton Equation Coefficients.
I feel so confused about getting those coeefficients. I tried to simulate Matlab example, but do not know how to get those B-H plots. Does any one can help me?
I will attach screenshot for MatLab example below:
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Thanks all in advance.

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Akshay Khadse
Akshay Khadse on 19 Nov 2018
The plots shown under the section 'Simulation Results from Simscape Logging' have been generated by plotting the Simscape logged data from a seperate MATLAB Script.
Once you have opened up the model and simulated it once, you can click on the 'See Code' link in the model to view the MATLAB script. You can run this script to obtain the above plots.
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Alternatively, you could execute the following commands in MATLAB Command window to open up the example model and the script:
>> elec_inductor_hysteresis
>> edit elec_inductor_hysteresis_plot1characteristics

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