Nonlinear Electromagnetic Systems

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Editors
Moses, A.J., Basak, A.
Pub. date
January 1996
Pages
980
Binding
hardcover
Volume
10 of Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics
ISBN print
978-90-5199-251-9
Subject
Applied Physics, Electronics/Mechanics, Physics

The book covers classical and practical approaches to electromagnetic field solutions in magnetic devices. The following topics are addressed: Advanced computional techniques; Intelligent computer aided design; Magnetic materials; Inverse problems; Magnetic sensors and transducers; Performance and optimisation of devices; Applications to electronic systems; Modelling of non-linear systems and other related topics. This volume presents 200 of the best articles presented at the International Symposium on Non-Linear Electromagnetic Systems (ISEM in Cardiff, Wales). The previous ISEM papers were published in the successful volume Advanced Computational and Design Techniques in Applied Electromagnetic Systems (by Elsevier).Main chapters in this book are: Electromagnetic Devices: Non-linearities at contacts and interfaces in semiconductor structures by R.H. Williams as key-note. Optimisation, Inverse and Biological Studies: Power loss testing; intelligent computation of optimization of metal cutting; grid methods for CFD and CEM. Magnetic Materials: Materials for circuit semilator applications; rotational magnetostriction. Computational Techniques and Modelling: Electromagnetic device design; soft magnetic materials; engineering application of artificial intelligence. Sensors and Non-destructive Testing: Eddy current nondestructive evaluation; nonlinear magnetoresistance; micro magnetic sensor. Electronic and Electrical Applications: Non-linear transistor parameters; superconducting magnets.