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Numerical modelling of magnetic shielding by a cylindrical ferrofluid layer

    Olga Lavrova Affiliation
    ; Viktor Polevikov Affiliation
    ; Sergei Polevikov Affiliation

Abstract

A coupled method of finite differences and boundary elements is applied to solve a nonlinear transmission problem of magnetostatics. The problem describes an interaction of a uniform magnetic field with a cylindrical ferrofluid layer. Ferrofluid magnetisations, based on expansions over the Langevin law, are considered to model ferrofluids with a different concentration of ferroparticles. The shielding effectiveness factor of the cylindrical thick-walled ferrofluid layer is calculated depending on intensities of the uniform magnetic field and on thickness of the ferrofluid layer.

Keyword : transmission magnetostatics problem, finite difference method, boundary element method, magnetic fluid, shielding

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Lavrova, O., Polevikov, V., & Polevikov, S. (2019). Numerical modelling of magnetic shielding by a cylindrical ferrofluid layer. Mathematical Modelling and Analysis, 24(2), 155-170. https://doi.org/10.3846/mma.2019.011
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