Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Interdisciplinary Electromagnetic, Mechanic and Biomedical Problems

12-14 September 2005, Bad Gastein

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Editors
Leiss, E., Pfützner, H.
Pub. date
May 2007
Pages
270
Binding
softcover
ISBN print
978-1-58603-746-8
Subject
Electronics/Mechanics, Physics, Physics
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The aim of the International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics is to contribute to intersciences coupling applied electromagnetics, mechanics and materials. The journal also intends to stimulate the further development of current technology in industry. The main subjects covered by the journal are:
- Physics and mechanics of electromagnetic materials and devices;
- Computational electromagnetic in materials and devices;
- Applications of electromagnetic fields and forces.
The three interrelated key subjects - materials, electromagnetics and mechanics - include the following aspects: control, micromachines, intelligent structure, inverse problem, eddy current analysis, electromagnetic NDE, magnetic materials, magnetoelastic effects in materials, bioelectromagnetics, magnetosolid mechanics, magnetic levitations, applied physics of superconductors, superconducting magnet technology, superconducting propulsion system, nuclear fusion reactor components and wave propagation in electromagnetic fields.
The editorial policy is to combine information and experience from both the latest high technology fields and the well-established technologies within applied electromagnetics and mechanics. The editors hope to furtherly enhance the theoretical framework for their field from the interaction of old and new concepts. In order to assist readers to quickly grasp the current status of research in a specific area of applied electromagnetics and mechanics, both contributed and invited papers are published in special and thematic issues as well as regular issues.