- Analysis and design of a high power density permanent magnet-assisted synchronous reluctance machine with low-cost ferrite magnets for EVs/HEVs,Analysis of a magnetic gear integrated Halbach generator,Approximations for Brillouin and its reverse function,Direct synthesis of equivalent circuits from reduced FE models using proper orthogonal decomposition,Effects of driving modes on permanent magnet motor electromagnetic and temperature fields at limit conditions,EV drive efficiency of traction motor considering regenerative braking according to various motor cores,Internal inductance of a conductor of rectangular cross-section using the Proper Generalized Decomposition,Linear quadratic-based optimal current control of BLDC motor minimizing control error and considering accurate finite element model,Magnetic forces applied to the tank walls of a large power transformer,Multiphase permanent magnet synchronous motors with fractional slot windings - the future of low speed drives?,Numerical modelling of a flux-barrier SynchRel motor including punching effect,Numerical verification of Turowski’s coefficient,Programmable omega-based complex medium for beam steering applications,Study of the performance characteristics of a surface permanent magnet motor at various magnetization patterns,The influence of localized mechanical stresses on the non-homogeneous distribution of electrical conductivity,The prediction of iron losses under PWM excitation using the classical Preisach model,Vibration and acoustic noise of industrial inductors associated to converters in the railway domain: design and material impacts,Voltage distribution in inorganic insulation windings for high-temperature motors
Electromagnetic Fields in Electrical Engineering (ISEF 2015)
ISEF-2015 (the International Symposium on Electromagnetic Fields in Mechatronics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering) at the Technical University of Valencia (Spain), was the meeting point of researchers, engineers and designers interested in modelling, simulation, measurements and applications of electromagnetic fields. New emerging fields of research, i.e. bioelectromagnetism and biomedical problems, have been the subject of a special session, in addition to more classical topics.
In this Special Issue, selected papers presented at ISEF-2015 will be published. The Special Issue aims to disseminate recent advances of electrical devices and microsystems: novel theoretical approaches, as well as practical applications. Topics of interest include a wide range of physical and chemical domains, electrostatics, mechanics, piezo-electrics, thermodynamics, electromagnetics, optics, and biomedicine. The collection of accepted papers, selected after a peer review procedure for this special issue of COMPEL, covers the main topics discussed at the conference.