Several magnetic force models were developed to interpret various phenomena of a soft ferromagnetic beam plate subjected to a uniform external magnetic field with different incident angles. In this paper, a new transverse magnetic force model for the interface between a ferromagnetic material and the air is derived with the continuation of magnetoelastic stress across the material boundary. It is noted that both the normal and the tangential components of magnetic field on the material boundary are considered in this model. By applying such a transverse magnetic force and the effect of magnetic viscous damping, a new theoretical model is constructed in this study to predict the natural frequency of a soft ferromagnetic beam plate placed in an in-plane magnetic field. The numerical results of the present study are displayed graphically and compared with the experimental data, which appeared in literature to assure the exactness of the present work.
The Magnetic Viscous Damping Effect on the Natural Frequency of a Beam Plate Subject to an In-Plane Magnetic Field
Lee, J., and Lin, C. (October 5, 2009). "The Magnetic Viscous Damping Effect on the Natural Frequency of a Beam Plate Subject to an In-Plane Magnetic Field." ASME. J. Appl. Mech. January 2010; 77(1): 011014. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3168602
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