Special Issue "Numerical Computations in Modeling, Analysis and Optimization of Energy Conversion in Electromagnetic Devices, Electrical Machines and Drives"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2021) | Viewed by 11826
Interests: finite element method; coupled phenomena analysis; magnetic and electric circuits; drives and electrical machines; devices with magnetorheological fluid; energy-saving motors with permanent magnets; design and optimization of electrical machines and electromagnetic devices
Interests: numerical methods in mechatronics; coupled phenomena analysis; finite element method; magnetorheological fluid technology—modeling and applications; electromechanical transducers; line start permanent magnet synchronous motors; multiphase machines; finite element analysis in design of electrical machines
Interests: numerical methods in mechatronics; multistage approach of finite element method (FEM); edge element method (EEM); electrical machines; electrical and electronic devices; systems of wireless transmission power; computation of electromagnetic field and induced currents in multiply-connected conductors
The effort to minimize the negative impact on the environment of energy conversion and rational management of its resources encourages, among others, searching for new energy-saving constructions to develop and use new materials and innovative technologies, as well as more accurate methods in the analysis and synthesis of electromechanical devices. These efforts are aimed at increasing energy conversion efficiency and quality, as well as at reducing the negative influence on people and the environment. In addition to effective and accurate methods for analysis of the electromagnetic phenomena, reliable analysis of the operating states of electromechanical energy conversion systems also requires developing and implementing the methods of analysis of thermal and flow phenomena and the field of mechanical stress and vibration. The complexity and couplings between these phenomena leads to development of complex models of the electromechanical devices that are based on the field equations and application of the finite element method.
The aim of the Special Issue is to present the recent advances in the analysis and synthesis of electromagnetic devices, electrical machines, and drives, as well as to provide an open space for discussion on the numerical methods in electromagnetic and coupled field calculations, and optimization of electromechanical systems.
Contributions submitted to the Special Issue can be dedicated to the application of the field models in analysis and design of existing and new constructions of electromagnetic energy conversion systems (the transformers, electrical machines, and drives) and their industrial applications as well as latest developments of drive systems and their control methods. The proposed techniques and methods should be innovative and significant for the community interested in electrical engineering.
We are strongly pleased to invite you to publish your latest developments in discussed fields. Contributing in this Special Issue will enhance the visibility of your research and achievements.
Prof. Dr. Wojciech Szeląg
Dr. Cezary Jedryczka
Dr. Rafal M. Wojciechowski
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- Novel numerical methods in electromagnetism
- Multiphysics and coupled problems in electrical machines
- Computational techniques and optimization methods in the design of energy-saving electromechanical systems
- Modern field methods in the design and analysis of electromechanical devices
- Modern energy-saving electrical machines
- Modelling of low loss materials for energy-saving transformers and electrical machines
- High-efficiency systems of wireless power transmission
- New solutions of drive systems
- Effective control methods of electrical drives
- Electromagnetic compatibility of electromagnetic devices, electrical machines, and drives