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Computer Engineering in Applied Electromagnetism contains papers which were presented at the International Symposium on Electromagnetic Fields in Electrical Engineering, held in Maribor, Slovenia, 18-20 September 2003. It consists of three parts, Computational Techniques, Electromagnetic Engineering, and Special Applications.

The contributions selected for the book cover a wide spectrum of theory and practice, being simultaneously of high theoretical level and deeply rooted in engineering problems. Thus, this volume touches on what is of key importance in electromagnetism.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402031687
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 4/28/2005
  • Edition description: 2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 370
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.70 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Invited Paper: Computational Electromagnetics: A Tool, an Art or Black Magic? J.K. Sykulski. Part I. Computational Techniques: Introductory Remarks, S. Wiak, A. Krawczyk, M. Trlep; Study of the Electromagnetic Field Induced by Currents Flowing in the Circular Conductors, S. Apanasewicz, S. Pawlowski; Improvement of Effectiveness of High - Current Lines Optimization by Modification of Genetic Algorithms and Paralleling of the Computation Process, K. Bednarek; Shape Optimization with Adaptive Simulated Annealing and Genetic Algorithms, H. Brauer, M. Ziolkowski; The Design of Optimised Planar Thick Film Filters, V. Desnica, Lj. Živanov, O. Aleksic, M. Lukovic, L. Lukic; Active Shielding Optimisation, P. Dessante, J.C. Vannier, B.Bonafos; Cost-Effective Optimal Design of Screens in Power Transformers, P. Di Barba, A. Savini, J. Turowski, M.E. Mognaschi; A Comparison of Error Estimators for Adaptive MESH Refinement for Electromagnetic 2D/3D Problems, K. Gawrylczyk, F. Alkhatib; Multi-Objective Optimization of PMDC Motor Using Taguchi Method, K. Hot, P. Bodlovic; Optimization of Barrier Type SRMs with Response Surface Methodology Combined with Moving Least Square Method, Y.K. Kim, J.Y. Lee, J.P. Hong, J. Hur; The Advanced Methods of Interaction and Data Analyze in the Visualization System for Electromagnetic Fields, A. Krolewiak, E. Napieralska-Juszczak, M. Pietruszka; Imaging of Two-Dimensional Current Density Distributions from their Magnetic Field, G. Krukowski, S. Gratkowski, R. Sikora; Some Applications of the Coupled Field-Circuit Method, E. Napieralska-Juszczak, T. Niewierowicz, L. Kawecki; Permanent Magnet Dealt with Boundary-Integral Approach, K.Pawluk; Comparison of the General Load Line Method with the Finite Element Method, R.I. Román B., A. Konrad, J.F. Brudny; Optimization for High Voltage Composite Insulators Using Experimental Design Theory, I. Sebestyén; Modelling and Optimisation of Intelligent COMB Accelerometer, S. Wiak, K. Smólka, M. Rudnicki; The Optimal Design of Passive Shimming Elements for High Homogeneous Permanent Magnets Utilizing Sensitivity Analysis, Y. Yao, C.S. Koh, G. Ni, S. Yang, D. Xie; Reconstruction of the Interface Between Two Conducting Fluids with Modified Genetic Algorithms, M. Ziolkowski, H. Brauer, M. Kuilekov. Part II. Electromagnetic Engineering: Introductory remarks, S. Wiak, A. Krawczyk, M. Trlep; On the Use of the Current and Flux State Variables in the Dynamic Analysis of Magnetoelectric Networks, A.G. Beccuti, S. Leva, A.P. Morando; Calculation of Linear Motor Performance Using Finite Element Method, M. Bugeza, D. Makuc, R. Fišer; Analitycal Model of the Magnetic Field in Doubly Slotted ElectricalMachines with Distributed Windings and Evaluation of E.M.F. end Torque, A. Di Gerlando, G.M. Foglia, R. Perini; The 3D-Analysis of the Field Distribution of Fractional Power Induction Motor, K. Komeza, M. Dems, P. Jastrzabek; Improvement of the Electric Strength of an Insulation System of a Medium Voltage Instrument Transformer Using Field Analysis, E. Lesniewska; A Method for Reduction of Cogging Torque in PM Machines Using Stepped Magnets , M. Lukaniszyn, R. Wróbel, M. Jagiela ; Electric Field Analysis of the Insulation Structure of Power Transformer, D. Makuc, J. Ikanonic, K. Lenasi ; A Study on Improvement in Energy Efficiency of Skeleton Type Single Phase PM Motor Using Finite Element Method, T. Masuda, Y. Takashima, M. Murase, Y. Kawase, T. Yamaguchi, T. Okouchi; Analysis of Characteristics of Induction Motor by Three-Dimensional Axi-Symmetric Finite Element Method, T. Matsusaka, K. Harada, Y. Ishihara, T. Todaka, S. Kitamura, T. Shimomura; An Influence of Permanent Magnet Shape on the Torque Ripple of the Disc-Type Brushless DC Motor, E.A. Mendrela, M. Jagiela, R. Wróbel; Analysis of Magnetization Characteristics of HTS Bulk Rotor in a Rotating Magnetic Field, T. Nakamura, H.J. Jung, N. Tanaka, I. Muta, K. Fukui; Equivalent Circuit Analysis of Pole-Change Single-Phase Induction Motor Considering Harmonic Components, H. Nam, S.K. Jung, J.P. Hong; The 3D Dynamic Simulation of the Inverter Fed Electromechanical Actuators Including Eddy Currents, L. Nowak; An Optimal Determination of Stranded Wires Used in Windings of Switched Mode Power Transformers, F. Pavlovcic, K. Lenasi, J. Nastran; Chart and Expressions for Eddy Current Losses Calculation in Steel Laminations Derived from Finite Element Numerical Results in 2D, P.G. Pereirinha, C.F.R. Lemos Antunes; AC Motor Magnetic Signature: Contribution of Stator Laminations, D. Roger, A. Henneton; A Comparison Between Surface Magnets and Embedded Magnets in Fractional Slot Wound PM-Motor, P. Salminen, J. Pyrhönen, M. Niemelä; Evaluation of New Surface Mounted Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine with Finite Element Calculations, T. Schneider, A. Binder; Numerical Analysis of the Brushless Motor Magnetic Field and Torque, I. Ticar, A. Stermecki, I. Zagradišnik; Magnetic Field and Short-Circuit Reactance Calculation of the 3-Phase Transformer with Symmetrical Amorphous Core, B. Tomczuk, K. Zakrzewski, D. Koteras; Analysis of Instantaneous Voltage Distribution in Permanent Magnet Brushless Generator, B. Wawrzyniak, P. Witczak; Development of Mathematical Model and Computation of Electromagnetic Drum-Type Separator by Boundary Element Method, M.V. Zagirnyak, O.S. Akimov. Part III. Special Applications: Introductory remarks, S. Wiak, A. Krawczyk, M. Trlep; The Rotational Power Loss Calculation in the Square Sample, W. Anuszczyk, Z. Gmyrek; A Method for Studying the Current Field Generated by Interconnected Grounding Systems, M. Bronzini, G. Delvecchio, N. Mitaritonna, P. Pugliese, M. Sylos Labini; The Comparison of Phantom Model and Simulation Results in SAR Analysis, K. Ciosk, A. Krawczyk, R. Kubacki; Electric Circuit Representation of a Magnetic Circuit with Hysteresis, L. Cristaldi, S. Leva, A. P. Morando; Simulation of 3D End Effects in a Superconductive Magnet with a Ferromagnetic Core, DeGersem, T. Weiland; Modelling of Temperature - Dependent Effective Impedance of Nonferromagnetic Massive Conductor, I. Doležel, L. Musil, B. Ulrych; The Magnetic Noise of a DC Electric Motor – Modeling of Three-Times-Coupled Electromagnetic, Mechanical and Acoustic Phenomena, M. Furlan, M. Boltežar; Measurement of 2-D Magnetic Properties of Grain Oriented Silicon Steel Sheet Using RRSST, V. Gorican, M. Jesenik, A. Hamler, B. Štumberger, M. Trlep; The Heat Circumstances in Switch by Permanent Load, G. Hrovat, A. Hamler; Eddy Current Effects in the Sample of 2D R.R.S.S.T. and the Sample of 2D S.R.S.S.T., M. Jesenik, V. Gorican, M. Trlep, A.Hamler, B. Stumberger; 3-D Finite Element Analysis of Attractive Force by Residual Magnetization of DC Electromagnets, Y. Kawase, T. Yamaguchi, K. Iwashita ; Characteristic Comparisons Between Iron Powder Materials and Lamination Cores in Brushless Motors, Y.K. Kim, J.P. Hong, K.H. Ha, J. Hur, H.K. Sung; Electroheating in Surface Treatment Process, K. Kurek, D. Dolega; Magnetodynamic Performance in Cage Induction Motors with a Broken Bar, X. M. López – Fernandez, M. Piper; Soft Magnetic Composite in Design of Motor With Oscillatory Starting, D. Miljavec, B. Šuštaršic, Ž. Turk, K. Lenasi; Analysis of Core Loss in Variable Reluctance Permanent-Magnet Motors, H. Öztura ; A Novel Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Machine to Laboratory Use, Parviainen, M. Niemelä, J. Pyrhöne; Electromagnetic Hyperthermia – Foundation and Computer Modellin, J. Plewako, A. Krawczyk, B. Grochowicz; 2D FEM Analysis of 3D Magnetic Structures by Using Topological Transformations. Application to the Design of a Micro-Relay, J. Roger-Folch, E. Gómez, M. Riera, V. Lázaro; Health Effects of Base Stations, O. Sahin; Two Dimensional Finite-Element Simulation of a High Temperature Superconducting Synchronous Generator During Three-Phase Short-Circuit Fault Condition Using Full Transient Non-Linear Rotating Machine Model, K.S. Ship, K.F. Goddard, J.K. Sykulski; Coupled Electromagnetic Fields and Temperature Fields to Analyze the Voltage-Fluctuate of a Synchronous Generator with the Consideration of Insulation Layers, L. Weili, Z. Feng, Z. Dong, H. Yunpeng, D. Shuye; Magnetic Diagnosis of Structural Materials and These Monte-Carlo Simulations, K. Yamada, B. Liu, A. Shinagawa, Z. Honda, Y. Isobe, K. Yamaguchi, A. Krawczyk.

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