Special Issue "Fractional-Order Circuits & Systems Design and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2021.
Interests: fractional calculus; variable fractional order operators; analog modellig of fractional constant and variable order systems
Fractional calculus is a generalization of traditional differential calculus into the case whereas derivatives and integrals can be not only of integer orders but also of non-integer–fractional orders. This calculus was found to be a very efficient and valuable tool in many areas of science. One excellent example of using fractional order calculus in electrical engineering is modelling ultracapacitors. Based on an accurate fractional order model, it was possible to explain some interesting phenomena like loss of capacity equivalence with respect to growing frequency and that the resonance frequency of an ultracapacitor-coil circuit is not equal to the frequency for maximum current.
These and other results of modelling electrical elements and devices based on fractional calculus provided strong motivation to explore fractional circuits theory and applications.
The purpose of this Special Issue is to gather original research articles reflecting the latest developments in both theory and applications of fractional order circuits. The areas of interest include, but are not limited to, modelling of electrical and electronic devices like the new generation of ultracapacitors, batteries, fuel cells, analog modelling of constant and variable order operators and systems, fractional order filters, analysis, synthesis, and design methods for circuits with fractional order elements.
Prof. Dr. Dominik Sierociuk
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- Fractional caluclus
- Modelling electronic and electrical devices
- Analog modelling of constant and variable order operators and systems
- Analysis methods for fractional order circuits
- Design methods for fractional order circuits
- Circuits for chaotic fractional order systems