August 27, 2017 to September 1, 2017
RAI Congress Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Feasibility Study on a Multi-pole Electro-magnet using Parallel Iron-core Structure

Aug 29, 2017, 1:15 PM
1h 45m
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Poster Presentation of 1h45m H3 - Other Associated Technologies Tue-Af-Po2.12


Young Jin Hwang (Korea Basic Science Institute)


This paper deals with a design concept of a multi-pole electro-magnet using parallel iron-core structure. The electro-magnets can be used in many kinds of magnetic study such as magnetic susceptibility, hall effect research, magneto-optical effect, and hysteresis measurement. In electro-magnets, generally, only a single probe can be applied at a time due to the single pole structure, and it is also very hard to measure many samples at a time. The present paper proposes multi-pole electro-magnet that has parallel iron-core structure unlike the conventional electro-magnet system. To verify the feasibility of the structure, a lab-scale multi-pole electro-magnet was designed using commercialized FEM software. Based on the design results, a parallel iron-core and coils assembly was fabricated, and the performance of magnet was evaluated with respect to the core structure.
This work was supported by a KBSI Grant (D37614).

Submitters Country South Korea

Primary authors

Young Jin Hwang (Korea Basic Science Institute) Dr Jang Jae Young (Korea Basic Science Institute) Yeon Suk Choi (Korea Basic Science Institute)

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