Selected papers from the 11th international symposium on electromagnetics fields in electrical engineering ISEF 2003 [electronic resource] / S. Wiak.

Wiak, S. [Browse]
Bradford, England : Emerald Group, 2004.
1 online resource (252 p.)


International journal for computation and mathematics in electrical and electronic engineering. [More in this series]
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This paper presents a curvilinearlyestablished finite-difference time-domain methodology for the enhanced 3D analysis of electromagnetic and acoustic propagation in generalised electromagnetic compatibility devices, junctions or bent ducts. Based on an exact multimodal decomposition and a higherorder differencing topology, the new technique successfully treats complex systems of varying cross-section and guarantees the consistent evaluation of their scattering parameters or resonance frequencies. To subdue the non-separable modes at the structures' interfaces, a convergent grid approach is dev
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  • CONTENTS; Editorial advisory board; Abstracts; Editorial; Application of Haar's wavelets in the method of moments to solve electrostatic problems; A 3D multimodal FDTD algorithm for electromagnetic and acoustic propagation in curved waveguides and bent ducts of varying cross-section; The highly efficient three-phase small induction motors with stator cores made from amorphous iron; Optimal shape design of a high-voltage test arrangement; Cogging torque calculation considering magnetic anisotropy for permanent magnet synchronous motors; Magnetoelastic coupling and Rayleigh damping
  • Modelling of temperature-dependent effective impedance of non-ferromagnetic massive conductorField strength computation at edges in nonlinear magnetostatics; Genetic algorithm coupled with FEM-3D for metrological optimal design of combined current-voltage instrument transformer; Adaptive meshing algorithm for recognition of material cracks; Incorporation of a Jiles-Atherton vector hysteresis model in 2D FE magnetic field computations; The modelling of the FDTD method based on graph theory; Inverse problem - determining unknown distribution of charge density using the dual reciprocity
  • Finite element modelling of stacked thin regions with non-zero global currentsReliability-based topology optimization for electromagnetic systems; A "quasi-genetic" algorithm for searching the dangerous areas generated by a grounding system; Development of optimizing method using quality engineering and multivariate analysis based on finite element method; An improved fast method for computing capacitance; Power losses analysis in the windings of electromagnetic gear; Finite element analysis of the magnetorheological fluid brake transients; Magnetic stimulation of knee - mathematical model
  • 2D harmonic analysis of the cogging torque in synchronous permanent magnet machinesDetermination of a dynamic radial active magnetic bearing model using the finite element method; Electromagnetic forming; 2D harmonic balance FE modelling of electromagnetic devices coupled to nonlinear circuits; Finite element analysis of coupled phenomena in magnetorheological fluid devices; Comparison of the Preisach and Jiles-Atherton models to take hysteresis phenomenon into account in finite element analysis; Error bounds for the FEM numerical solution of non-linear field problems
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