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Abstract :

In this paper, the surface charge model of magnet magnetized in z-direction is presented. Then the transformation between the coordinate systems is applied in the magnets magnetized in x- and y-direction. The expressions of magnetic flux density distribution of the Halbach array are constructed by using the expressions of magnetic flux density distribution of the magnets magnetized in x-, y- and z-direction. The expressions of the magnetic flux density distribution of the 2D Halbach array contain the end effect and are used in analytical analysis. .

Keywords :

: Magnet array;surface charge; transformation;finite element

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