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Materials for electrical engineering - 4EUS3MAG

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  • Number of hours

    • Lectures : 28.0
    • Tutorials : 6.0
    • Laboratory works : 26.0
    • Projects : -
    • Internship : -
    ECTS : 5.0
  • Officials : Herve CHAZAL

Goals

Physics knowledge of materials behaviors is given. It covers magnetic, dielectric and electroactive materials and their applications from electro-technical power systems to micro-electro-mechanical systems.
Basic knowledge in Electromagnetism are introduced. Energy conversion, power flow in electrical and electromechanical systems (motors, generators, sensors, power electronic devices) are so presented. The main aims are to develop semi-analytical models used in the design process and to improve skill of students for FEM simulation of electromagnetic devices.

Content

Lectures and Tutorials : Soft Magnetic Materials
• Ferromagnetism : exchange energy, anisotropy and magnetostatic
• Magnetization mechanisms : domain-wall motion, moment rotation
• Diffusion in magnetic materials and magnetic losses.

Lectures and Tutorials : Hard Magnetic Materials
• Hard magnetic materials properties : ferrite, Alnico, rare earth magnets
• Design of magnetic systems using magnets : actuators and magnetic sensors

Lectures and Tutorials : Dielectric Materials
• Electrostatic basic knowledge, Dielectric material's properties
• Electric polarization phenomenon due to electric field.
• Losses in dielectric materials.
• Breakdown field strength and partial discharges in gases.

Tutorials and labworks :
• Implementing methods and using tools for analysis and design of electromagnetic devices.
• Analytical and numerical models (Use of finite element and integral methods through dedicated softwares (Flux, Inca by Cedrat))
• Examples : synchronous machines, cardiovascular support pump (variable reluctance linear actuator), coupler for wireless charging, electromagnetic pump for the transfer of liquid aluminum smelter, Magnetostatic shield of Medical Imaging Device RMN, ...

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge in Electromagnetism

Vector calculation (vectors and vector operations, coordinate systems, vector integrals)

Tests

Session normale / First session
Evaluation non rattrapable (EN) / EN assessment : 3 comptes rendus de BE + 3 QCM / 3 labs reports + 3 MCQ
Evaluation rattrapable (ER) / ER assessment : devoir surveillé écrit de 2h / 2 hours supervised written exam
Session de rattrapage / Second session
EN : Evaluation non rattrapable / EN assessment: Retaking this assessment is not possible
Si situation 100% distancielle / If distant learning mandatory:
Evaluation rattrapable (ER) / ER assessment : 2h d'examen écrit à distance / 2 hours homework
Evaluation non rattrapable (EN) / EN assessment : 2 comptes rendus de BE + 3 QCM / 2 Lab reports + 3 MCQ

EN 60% + ER 40%

Calendar

The course exists in the following branches:

see the course schedule for 2020-2021

Additional Information

Course ID : 4EUS3MAG
Course language(s): FR

You can find this course among all other courses.

Bibliography

Magnétisme et matériaux magnétiques pour l'électrotechnique, Pierre Brissonneau

Matériaux magnétiques en génie électrique 1 et 2, Afef Kedous-Lebouc

Magnétisme 1 et 2, Etienne du Trémolet de Lacheisserie, Damien Gignoux, Michel Schlenker
Magnetism I and II, Etienne du Trémolet de Lacheisserie, Damien Gignoux, Michel Schlenker

Micro-actionneurs électromagnétiques MAGMAS, Cugat Orphée
Micro-actionneurs électromagnétiques MAGMAS, Cugat Orphée

Electromagnetisme. Théorie et applications, Elie Boridy

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Date of update February 8, 2017

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