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Magnetic Field Gradient Optimization for Electronic Anti-Fouling Effect in Heat Exchanger
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Magnetic Field Gradient Optimization for Electronic Anti-Fouling Effect in Heat Exchanger
Han, Yong; Wang, Shu-Tao;
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A new method for optimizing the magnetic field gradient in the exciting coil of electronic anti-fouling (EAF) system is presented based on changing exciting coil size. In the proposed method, two optimization expressions are deduced based on biot-savart law. The optimization expressions, which can describe the distribution of the magnetic field gradient in the coil, are the function of coil radius and coil length. These optimization expressions can be used to obtain an accurate coil size if the magnetic field gradient on a certain point on the coil's axis of symmetry is needed to be the maximum value. Comparing with the experimental results and the computation results using Finite Element Method simulation to the magnetic field gradient on the coil's axis of symmetry, the computation results obtained by the optimization expression in this article can fit the experimental results and the Finite Element Method results very well. This new method can optimize the EAF system's anti-fouling performance based on improving the magnetic field gradient distribution in the exciting coil.
Electronic anti-fouling system;Exciting coil;Magnetic field gradient;Optimization;
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