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Special issue on Electromagnetic Fields in Electrical Engineering

Special issue on Electromagnetic Fields in Electrical Engineering

The International Symposium on Electromagnetic Fields in Mechatronics, Electrical and Electronic Engineering (ISEF 2013) was held from 12–14 September 2013, in Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia.

Now in its 16th edition, the conference topics covered a wide spectrum of electromagnetic field problems and provided a unique opportunity, for scientists, researchers and engineers from all around the world, to discuss the state-of-the-art and new developments in computation, modelling, simulation, measurements and application of electromagnetic fields.

A particular emphasis was on the problems related to Bioelectromagnetism and Electromagnetic Hazards – a new strategic area of modern society. This issue of COMPEL contains a selection of papers presented at the Conference, following a peer review process.

A new analytical approach to determine slotting based eddy current losses in permanent magnets of PMSM taking into account axial and circumferential segmentation,Analysis of FE - mesh discretization for faster and more accurate probabilistic simulations: applied to cogging torque calculations in electrical machines,Analysis of the stator topology impact on cogging torque for surface permanent magnet motor,Combined FE and particle swarm algorithm for optimization of high speed PM synchronous machine,Comparison of magnetic coupling structures for IPT systems,Decomposition of the compromise objective function in the permanent magnet synchronous motor optimization,Design of permanent magnet synchronous motors including thermal aspects,Electromagnetic and thermal parameter identification method for best prediction of temperature distribution on transformer tank covers,Electromagnetic fields in body by wireless inductive system,Inductance calculation of high-speed slotless permanent magnet machines,Influence of the closing rotor slots on the additional losses in the induction motor,Local overheating of transformers with high currents,Magnetic-geared motors with high transmission torque density,Optimization of the synchronous motor with hybrid permanent magnet excitation system,Shielding from external magnetic fields by rotating magnetic conducting cylindrical shells,Simplified human phantoms for narrowband and ultra-wideband body area network modelling,Thermal analysis and efficiency of an induction motor driven by a fault-tolerant multilevel inverter using FEM

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