A hybrid method for the calculation of the inductances of coils with and without deformed turns,A precise electromagnetic field model useful for development of microwave imaging systems,Assessment of d.c. traction stray currents effects on nearby pipelines,Automatic defect recognition for pulsed terahertz inspection of basalt fiber reinforced composites,Closed loop voltage control of a solenoid using parallel finite element method,Combined heat treatment of metal materials,Exploration of noisy data in differential electronic nose,Finite element analysis of the active element displacement in a giant magnetostrictive transducer,Guest editorial,Implementation of power transformer controlled switching algorithm,Magnetic and infrared thermography methods in detection of antipersonnel landmines,Mathematical modeling of induction surface hardening,Metamaterial-based wireless power transfer through interdigitated SRRs,Multisource system for NDT of welded elements exploited in aircraft industry,Piezoelectrically programmable electric-field driven LC (ELC) resonators acting as THz modulators,Visualization of spatial conductivity irregularities within conductive rubber sheets
Advances in theoretical electrical engineering (ISTET 2015) Description
Advances in theoretical electrical engineering (ISTET 2015)
This volume contains selected papers from the 18th ISTET Symposium, which was held in Kolobrzeg, Poland, from June 7 to 10, 2015. The ISTET symposium series (Biennial International Symposium on Theoretical Electrical Engineering) is devoted to research and education in theory and applications of electromagnetic fields, electrical circuits, signal processing and control of electromagnetic systems.
About 100 papers were presented at the symposium by participants from 16 countries. Following the standard peer review process, 15 papers were finally accepted for inclusion in this issue of COMPEL.
We hope the readership of this ebook will find the included papers interesting and stimulating.