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mhill
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the idea is , if we have the magnetic field strength (H) and magnetic flux density (B) so we represent the 'hysteresis cycle' to be B(H)=B my question is could we deduce mathematically the hysteresis curve ?? for example if we can provide a model of a nonlinear ODE so
[tex] \frac{dB}{dH}= B^{r}- (1/B) [/tex]
or something similar, i would be interested in the differential equation satisfied by B=B(H) thanks.
[tex] \frac{dB}{dH}= B^{r}- (1/B) [/tex]
or something similar, i would be interested in the differential equation satisfied by B=B(H) thanks.