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How to include frequency dependent complex permeability Into SPICE models to improve EMI filters design?

Abstract : Electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters design is a rather difficult task where engineers have to choose adequate magnetic materials, design the magnetic circuit and choose the size and number of turns. The final design must achieve the attenuation requirements (constraints) and has to be as compact as possible (goal). Alternating current (AC) analysis is a powerful tool to predict global impedance or attenuation of any filter. However, AC analysis are generally performed without taking into account the frequency-dependent complex permeability behaviour of soft magnetic materials. That's why, we developed two frequency-dependent complex permeability models able to be included into SPICE models. After an identification process, the performances of each model are compared to measurements made on a realistic EMI filter prototype in common mode (CM) and differential mode (DM) to see the benefit of the approach. Simulation results are in good agreement with the measured ones especially in the middle frequency range.
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Fabien Sixdenier, Ousseynou Yade, Christian Martin, Arnaud Bréard, Christian Vollaire. How to include frequency dependent complex permeability Into SPICE models to improve EMI filters design?. AIP Advances, American Institute of Physics- AIP Publishing LLC, 2018, 8 (5), pp.056604. ⟨10.1063/1.5004630⟩. ⟨hal-01659144⟩

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