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TOC Alert for Publication# 20 2017May 25<![CDATA[Front cover]]>536C1C1573<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Magnetics publication information]]>536C2C294<![CDATA[Table of contents]]>536114294<![CDATA[Message From the CEFC Editor-in-Chief]]>53611180<![CDATA[The 17th Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation (IEEE CEFC 2016)]]>5361143<![CDATA[Homogenization Method Based on Model Order Reduction for FE Analysis of Multi-Turn Coils]]>536141323<![CDATA[Synthesis of Cauer-Equivalent Circuit Based on Model Order Reduction Considering Nonlinear Magnetic Property]]>536141143<![CDATA[Modeling the Effect of Multiaxial Stress on Magnetic Hysteresis of Electrical Steel Sheets: A Comparison]]>53614820<![CDATA[Model for Stress-Dependent Hysteresis in Electrical Steel Sheets Including Orthotropic Anisotropy]]>53614794<![CDATA[Symmetric Invertible $B$ – $H$ Curves Using Piecewise Linear Rationals]]>B–H plane—one mapping ${H}$ to ${B}$ , and its (exact) inverse mapping ${B}$ to ${H}$ —from an input data set of B–H point-and-slope values. Both curves are symmetric in that they consist of the same number of segments, each segment being of the same form and having the same computational cost of evaluation. Two means of determining slope values are presented: first, by construction of a single, high-order rational curve approximating a B–H data set, and second by synthesis of slope values by interpolation of consecutive triplets of points in the B–H data set using a linear rational function.]]>53613544<![CDATA[An Equivalent Strain Approach for Magneto-Elastic Couplings]]>536141700<![CDATA[A Temperature-Dependent Hysteresis Model for Soft Ferrites]]>53614712<![CDATA[Planar Efficient Metasurface for Vortex Beam Generating and Converging in Microwave Region]]>536141057<![CDATA[Design of Non-Singular 2-D-Layered Cloaks Mapped From Small Areas]]>536141010<![CDATA[A Novel Structure of Left-Handed Material With Equal Magnetic and Electric Resonant Frequency]]>53614942<![CDATA[Engineering the Switching Behavior of Nanomagnets for Logic Computation Using 3-D Modeling and Simulation]]>536141101<![CDATA[Handling Sensitivity in Multiobjective Design Optimization of MFH Inductors]]>536141058<![CDATA[Breakup of a Spherical Magnetic Beads Chain Suspended Along the Magnetic Axis of a Magnet]]>536141043<![CDATA[Douglas–Gunn Method Applied to Dosimetric Assessment in Magnetic Resonance Imaging]]>53614727<![CDATA[Human Exposure Assessment in Dynamic Inductive Power Transfer for Automotive Applications]]>536142021<![CDATA[Magneto-Thermal Modeling of Biological Tissues: A Step Toward Breast Cancer Detection]]>536141081<![CDATA[Surface Testing the Crystal Grain Orientation by Lag Angle Plots]]>536141181<![CDATA[Research on Residual Flux Prediction of the Transformer]]>53614718<![CDATA[Measurement and Modeling of 3-D Rotating Anomalous Loss Considering Harmonics and Skin Effect of Soft Magnetic Materials]]>536141026<![CDATA[Proposal of Electromagnetic Inspection of Opposite Side Defect in Steel Using 3-D Nonlinear FEM Taking Account of Minor Loop and Residual Magnetism]]>536141229<![CDATA[Condition Monitoring of Electric Components Using 3-D Printed Multiple Magnetic Coil Antennas]]>53614647<![CDATA[An Improved Time-Harmonic 2-D Eddy Current Finite-Element H Formulation]]>53614681<![CDATA[Analysis of Transient Magnetic Shielding Made by Conductive Plates With a PEEC Method]]>53614558<![CDATA[A Coupled Method for Evaluating Eddy Current Loss of NdFeB Permanent Magnets in a Saturated Core Fault Current Limiter]]>536141208<![CDATA[Synthesis of the Cooling Pathways Optimal Layout for MRI Split Gradient Coils]]>536141900<![CDATA[Enriched Performance Measure Approach for Efficient Reliability-Based Electromagnetic Designs]]>53614884<![CDATA[Fast 3-D Analysis of Eddy Current in Litz Wire Using Integral Equation]]>53614818<![CDATA[Topology Optimization of Synchronous Reluctance Motors Considering Localized Magnetic Degradation Caused by Punching]]>536141652<![CDATA[Hybrid Reliability Analysis Method for Electromagnetic Design Problems With Non-Gaussian Probabilistic Parameters]]>53614935<![CDATA[Parametric Homogenized Model for Inclusion of Eddy Currents and Hysteresis in 2-D Finite-Element Simulation of Electrical Machines]]>53614612<![CDATA[Postcorrection of Current/Voltage and Electromagnetic Force for Efficient Hysteretic Magnetic Field Analysis]]>53614818<![CDATA[A Wind Driven Optimization-Based Methodology for Robust Optimizations of Electromagnetic Devices under Interval Uncertainty]]>53614290<![CDATA[Incorporating Light Beam Search in a Vector Normal Boundary Intersection Method for Linear Antenna Array Optimization]]>53614844<![CDATA[A Fast Methodology for Topology Optimizations of Electromagnetic Devices]]>53614775<![CDATA[Topology Optimization Method for Asymmetrical Rotor Using Cluster and Cleaning Procedure]]>536141733<![CDATA[A Coupled Circuit-Ambipolar Diffusion Equation Model and Its Solution Methodology for Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors]]>53614861<![CDATA[A Kriging-Based Optimization Approach for Large Data Sets Exploiting Points Aggregation Techniques]]>536141339<![CDATA[General Integral Formulation of Magnetic Flux Computation and Its Application to Inductive Power Transfer System]]>53614756<![CDATA[Force Ripple Minimization of a Linear Vernier Permanent Magnet Machine for Direct-Drive Servo Applications]]>536151490<![CDATA[Speeding Up Micromagnetic Simulation by Energy Minimization With Interpolation of Magnetostatic Field]]>53614509<![CDATA[New Types of Second-Order Edge Element by Reducing Edge Variables for Electromagnetic Field Analysis]]>536141044<![CDATA[Analytical Modeling of Manufacturing Imperfections in Double-Rotor Axial Flux PM Machines: Effects on Back EMF]]>536152181<![CDATA[A New Stable Full-Wave Maxwell Solver for All Frequencies]]>53614750<![CDATA[3-D IC Interconnect Parasitic Capacitance Extraction With a Reformulated PGD Algorithm]]>536141163<![CDATA[PEEC-Based Analysis of Complex Fusion Magnets During Fast Voltage Transients With H-Matrix Compression]]>536141765<![CDATA[Adaptivity Based on the Constitutive Error for the Maxwell’s Eigenvalue Problem on Polyhedral Meshes]]>53614665<![CDATA[Meshless Vector Radial Basis Functions With Weak Forms]]>53614536<![CDATA[Parallel Performance of Multi-Slice Finite-Element Modeling of Skewed Electrical Machines]]>536141151<![CDATA[Edge Meshless Method Applied to Vector Electromagnetic Problems]]>53614985<![CDATA[FDTD Method for Wave Propagation in Havriliak–Negami Media Based on Fractional Derivative Approximation]]>53614401<![CDATA[A Novel Reliability-Based Optimal Design of Electromagnetic Devices Based on Adaptive Dynamic Taylor Kriging]]>536141011<![CDATA[$T$ – $\Omega $ Formulation for Eddy-Current Problems with Periodic Boundary Conditions]]>536141953<![CDATA[Precise Determination of the Optimal Coil for Wireless Power Transfer Systems Through Postprocessing in the Smooth Boundary Representation]]>536142634<![CDATA[Simulation of Inductive Power Transfer Systems Exposing a Human Body With Two-Step Scaled-Frequency FDTD Methods]]>53614859<![CDATA[A New Adaptive Mesh Refinement Method in FEA Based on Magnetic Field Conservation at Elements Interfaces and Non-Conforming Mesh Refinement Technique]]>53614929<![CDATA[Perturbation Finite Element Method for Efficient Copper Losses Calculation in Switched Reluctance Machines]]>536141314<![CDATA[Wide-Angle Elimination of TF/SF-Generated Spurious Waves in the Nonstandard FDTD Technique]]>536141137<![CDATA[Variable Preconditioned Krylov Subspace Method With Communication Avoiding Technique for Electromagnetic Analysis]]>$k$ -skip Krylov subspace method is one solution for the issue, convergence property of the method is becoming worse. For this reason, we adopt the $k$ -skip Krylov subspace method as inner-loop solver of the VP Krylov subspace method. The result of computation shows that the VP Krylov subspace method with CA technique is very effective for the linear system obtained from electromagnetic analysis.]]>53614556<![CDATA[Optimal Subgrid Connection for Space-Time Finite Integration Technique]]>53614881<![CDATA[Rotation Movement Based on the Spatial Fourier Interpolation Method]]>53614820<![CDATA[Combination Approach of Domain-Type and Boundary-Type Meshless Methods for Solving Hybrid Boundary-Value Problem of Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Elliptic PDEs]]>53614419<![CDATA[DG-FEM for Time Domain H- $\Phi $ Eddy Current Analysis]]>$\Phi $ formulation of eddy current problem. The DG-technique allows for explicit time stepping in electrically conducting domains without solving a large sparse ill-conditioned linear equations system. The H-$\Phi $ field formulation enables the use of the magnetic scalar potential in electrically non-conducting domains that are discretized by using nodal finite elements. The application of the method is demonstrated by a 3-D example and the obtained results are verified by comparison with the corresponding frequency domain solution.]]>53614703<![CDATA[Research on Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient Method Based on EBE-FEM and the Application in Electromagnetic Field Analysis]]>53614792<![CDATA[A Co-Simulation Scalar-Potential Finite Difference Method for the Numerical Analysis of Human Exposure to Magneto-Quasi-Static Fields]]>53614928<![CDATA[A Neural Network Based Recommendation System for Solvers and Preconditioners for Systems of Linear Equations]]>536141434<![CDATA[Efficient Simulation of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Complex Shaped Domain by Hybrid Method of FDTD and MTDM Based on Interpolating Moving Least Squares Method]]>536141392<![CDATA[Hysteresis Loss Analysis of Laminated Iron Core by Using Homogenization Method Taking Account of Hysteretic Property]]>53614812<![CDATA[Fast Identification Problems in 3-D Iron Core Fusion Devices]]>53614760<![CDATA[Steady-State Analysis of Hysteretic Magnetic Field Problems Using a Parallel Time-Periodic Explicit-Error Correction Method]]>536141827<![CDATA[Design Optimization of a Magnetic Actuator Incorporating the Concept of the Hybrid Analysis Method]]>53614997<![CDATA[H-Matrix Sparsification Applied to Bioelectromagnetic Analysis of Large Scale Human Models]]>53614839<![CDATA[Coupled Multiphysics Problems as Market Place for Competing Autonomous Software Agents]]>53614828<![CDATA[Improvement of System Quality in a Generalized Finite-Element Method Using the Discrete Curvelet Transform]]>53614814<![CDATA[A Parallel Implementation of the Correction Function Method for Poisson’s Equation With Immersed Surface Charges]]>53614943<![CDATA[Optimal Design of Winding Transposition of Power Transformer Using Adaptive Co-Kriging Surrogate Model]]>53614771<![CDATA[A 3-D Hybrid Cell Method for Induction Heating Problems]]>$\theta $ method under convection and radiation boundary conditions. The hybrid approach shows to be very accurate by comparison with third-order 2-D FEM on an axisymmetric test case. The applicability of the method then extends to full 3-D models with limited computing resources.]]>53614666<![CDATA[Exponential Log-Periodic Antenna Design Using Improved Particle Swarm Optimization With Velocity Mutation]]>536141092<![CDATA[Comparison of DEIM and BPIM to Speed Up a POD-Based Nonlinear Magnetostatic Model]]>536141646<![CDATA[Model-Order Reduction of Large-Scale State-Space Models in Fusion Machines via Krylov Methods]]>53614754<![CDATA[Topoprocessor: An Efficient Computational Topology Toolbox for <italic>h</italic>-Oriented Eddy Current Formulations]]>536141360<![CDATA[A Convolutional PML Scheme for the Efficient Modeling of Graphene Structures Through the ADE-FDTD Technique]]>536141063<![CDATA[Fast Nonlinear Magnetic Field Analysis of Inverter-Driven Machines by Applying POD on Linearized Coefficient Matrices]]>536141110<![CDATA[GPU Accelerated Explicit Time-Integration Methods for Electro-Quasi-Static Fields]]>53614501<![CDATA[Inductance Calculation Method Based on Induced Voltage]]>536141534<![CDATA[A Volume Integral Formulation for Solving Eddy Current Problems on Polyhedral Meshes]]>536141811<![CDATA[Numerical Analysis of Ion Behavior Considering Charging Effect of a Dielectric Body]]>536141697<![CDATA[Multi-Objective Optimization of Magnetic Actuator Design Using Adaptive Weight Determination Scheme]]>$\varepsilon $ -equality constraints are applied in the empty regions of the non-dominated solutions. The values of the constraints are determined by considering the distance ratios of the objective functions. The optimization problem is formulated to maximize the magnetic force and minimize the volume of the actuator. A level set function is used as a topological design variable to obtain optimal designs that have clear structural boundaries.]]>53614723<![CDATA[Structure Preserving Model Reduction of Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Problem Based on POD and DEIM]]>536141237<![CDATA[Constrained Algorithm for the Selection of Uneven Snapshots in Model Order Reduction of a Bearingless Motor]]>53614835<![CDATA[Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicle Using an Adaptive Robot]]>536141190<![CDATA[Multiobjective Symbiotic Search Algorithm Approaches for Electromagnetic Optimization]]>53614676<![CDATA[Improvised Asymptotic Boundary Conditions for Magnetostatic Field Problems in Ellipsoidal and Elliptic Cylindrical Domains]]>536141534<![CDATA[3-D Electric Field Computation of Steeple Rooftop Houses Near HVDC Transmission Lines]]>53614937<![CDATA[Effect of Local Support Configuration on the Precision of Numerical Solutions of Poisson Equation Obtained With Differential Quadrature Method]]>53614259<![CDATA[Modeling of Dense Windings for Resonant Wireless Power Transfer by an Integral Equation Formulation]]>${A}-\Phi $ formulation is applied with current and charge densities on the wire surface as unknowns. The method overcomes the limitation of the “thin-wire approximation” as it enables the unknowns to vary on the wire surface. Thus, proximity effects (that typically emerge when modeling dense windings) are taken into account. The numerical implementation of the formulation has smaller computation cost than, for example, finite element methods. The proposed scheme is tested against closed-form solutions and alternative simulations.]]>53614820<![CDATA[Parameter Estimation for Dielectric Media Variations Based on the FDTD Method and the Monge–Kantorovich Mass Transfer Problem]]>536142451<![CDATA[Low-Dimensional Stochastic Modeling of the Electrical Properties of Biological Tissues]]>53614525<![CDATA[Convergence Acceleration of Topology Optimization Based on Constrained Level Set Function Using Method of Moving Asymptotes in 3-D Nonlinear Magnetic Field System]]>536141280<![CDATA[Eddy-Current-Effect Homogenization of Windings in Harmonic-Balance Finite-Element Models]]>536141105<![CDATA[A Geometric Frequency-Domain Wave Propagation Formulation for Fast Convergence of Iterative Solvers]]>536141172<![CDATA[Axial Green Function Method for Axisymmetric Electromagnetic Field Computation]]>536145932<![CDATA[Simplified Approach for Predicting the Starting Performance of Induction Machines Based on Rotor Design Modification]]>53614492<![CDATA[Hybrid Model: Permeance Network and 3-D Finite Element for Modeling Claw-Pole Synchronous Machines]]>$U_{m}$ –$h_{s}$ ) and vector potential formulation ($a$ –$j$ )] are presented in this paper. Then, the hybridization of 3-D FEM formulation and the permeance network is presented. Numerical results are compared with experimental measurements and good agreement is obtained while reducing the CPU time.]]>53614909<![CDATA[Distance-Based Intelligent Particle Swarm Optimization for Optimal Design of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine]]>536141135<![CDATA[3-D Sub-Domain Analytical Model to Calculate Magnetic Flux Density in Induction Machines With Semiclosed Slots Under No-Load Condition]]>536151080<![CDATA[A Novel Permanent Magnet Vernier Machine With Halbach Array Magnets in Stator Slot Opening]]>3, the power factor of the proposed machine can reach 0.89, while this value is only 0.65 in the regular PMV machine.]]>536151859<![CDATA[The Influence of Dummy Slots on Stator Surface-Mounted Permanent Magnet Machines]]>536151268<![CDATA[Design and Comparison of a High Force Density Dual-Side Linear Switched Reluctance Motor for Long Rail Propulsion Application With Low Cost]]>536141908<![CDATA[Robust Optimization of High-Speed PM Motor Design]]>536141003<![CDATA[Analytical Modeling of a Novel Vernier Pseudo-Direct-Drive Permanent-Magnet Machine]]>536141361<![CDATA[Magnetic Multiscale Model for Local Eddy Current Flow in Complex Materials With Insulated Conductive Particles]]>536141650<![CDATA[A Vector Jiles–Atherton Model for Improving the FEM Convergence]]>53614767<![CDATA[Partially Implicit Method for Fast Magnetization Analysis Using Assembled Domain Structure Model]]>53614891<![CDATA[The Modified Jiles–Atherton Model for the Accurate Prediction of Iron Losses]]>53614948<![CDATA[A Novel Vector Hysteresis Model Using Anisotropic Vector Play Model Taking Into Account Rotating Magnetic Fields]]>53614896<![CDATA[Surrogate-Based MOEA/D for Electric Motor Design With Scarce Function Evaluations]]>53614598<![CDATA[Study of Battery Voltage Behavior Under Loading and Charging Conditions Using 3DFEM]]>$C$ /10), medium ($C$ /2), and high ($1C$ ) charging and discharging currents are imposed at the battery terminals and compared with experimental results. The electric field inside the electrodes and electrolyte is analyzed at each case highlighting regions where loss occurs. A magnetic field analysis depicts the total electrochemical generation of current densities inside the cell while identifying how the development of gradient currents occur, a mechanism which can shorten the life span of the battery. This paper distinguishes where 3DFE analysis battery models can be useful in studying how lithium ion batteries will behave given a particular loading or a charging profile before placing them in service.]]>536151558<![CDATA[FEM-Based Computation of Circuit Parameters for Testing Fast Transients for EMC Problems]]>53614643<![CDATA[Fast Numerical Method for Computing Resonant Characteristics of Electromagnetic Devices Based on Finite-Element Method]]>536141067<![CDATA[Preconditioners for the Nonconforming Voxel Edge Element Method]]>53614431<![CDATA[UHF RFID Antenna Impedance Characterization: Numerical Simulation of Interconnection Effects on the Antenna Impedance]]>53614868<![CDATA[Computation of Magnetic Forces Using Degenerated Air-Gap Element]]>536141180<![CDATA[Sparse Grid of Metal Strips Description Implemented Into Finite-Element Formulation]]>$\vec {A}$ and v. Taking advantage of the periodicity of a regular grid structure, its electromagnetic behavior can be described with spatial harmonics. The summation of the harmonics over all wires may be solved thanks to the Hankel function. Expressions for the tangential components of the magnetic field around the physical grid structure allow an implementation into the weak form of the $\vec {A}$ v-formulation by manipulating the Neumann boundary condition term along an artificial plane, only. Reflection and deflection behavior on a grid structure illuminated by a plane wave impinging under variant incidence angles will be investigated.]]>53614716<![CDATA[Solving Finite-Element Time-Domain Problems With GaBP]]>53614910<![CDATA[Quasi-3-D Finite-Element Modeling of a Power Transformer]]>536141001<![CDATA[Determination of Flux Tube Portions by Adjunction of Electric or Magnetic Multivalued Equipotential Lines]]>53614877<![CDATA[Transformer Impulse Surges Calculation by FEM Coupled to Circuit]]>53614714<![CDATA[Validation of Numerical Models of Portable Wireless Devices for Near-Field Simulation]]>53614602<![CDATA[Vector Hysteresis Model Associated to FEM in a Hysteresis Motor Modeling]]>536141258<![CDATA[Surface Impedance Boundary Condition With Circuit Coupling for the 3-D Finite-Element Modeling of Wireless Power Transfer]]>$v$ model of resonant wireless power transfer (WPT) coils using a 3-D surface impedance boundary condition (SIBC) strongly coupled with an external circuit is proposed, reflecting the importance of external circuit elements (notably capacitances) in the resonance phenomena at circuit and field levels. The computational gain ensuing from the use of SIBC instead of massive conductor formulations is demonstrated on an academic example. The method is validated by comparing the simulated and experimentally measured input impedance of a complete resonant WPT system, attesting the correct behavior of the model while saving important computational resources.]]>53614750<![CDATA[Time-Domain Analysis of Soft Magnetic Composite Using Equivalent Circuit Obtained via Homogenization]]>536141211<![CDATA[Modeling of Magnetic-Induced Deformation Using Computer Code Chaining and Source-Tensor Projection]]>536141286<![CDATA[An Arbitrary-Order Discontinuous Skeletal Method for Solving Electrostatics on General Polyhedral Meshes]]>53614536<![CDATA[Solution of Open-Boundary Problems by Means of the Hybrid FEM-GDBCI Method]]>53614551<![CDATA[Performance Comparison of Surface and Spoke-Type Flux-Modulation Machines With Different Pole Ratios]]>536152115<![CDATA[Optimization of Magnetic Core Structure for Wireless Charging Coupler]]>536141984<![CDATA[Modeling of Leakage Magnetic Field of Electric Machines Using Blocks With Magnetizations for Design of Magnetically Shielded Room]]>536141760<![CDATA[An Integrated Characterization Model and Multiobjective Optimization for the Design of an EV Charger’s Circular Wireless Power Transfer Pads]]>53614774<![CDATA[Heat Source Analysis of an Induction Heater for an Electric Vehicle]]>536141404<![CDATA[Impedance Linearity of Contactless Magnetic-Type Position Sensor]]>536141256<![CDATA[Error Analysis for Near-Field EMC Problems Based on Multipolar Expansion Approach]]>53614901<![CDATA[Design and Analysis of a Superconducting Induction Magnetic Levitation Device for Vertical Hydraulic Generator]]>536141122<![CDATA[Analysis of the Effects of Electromagnetic Circuit Variables on Sound Pressure Level and Total Harmonic Distortion in a Balanced Armature Receiver]]>536141138<![CDATA[PEEC-Based Multi-Objective Synthesis of Non-Uniformly Spaced Linear Antenna Arrays]]>53614406<![CDATA[Analytical Electromagnetic Modeling and Experimental Validation of Vehicle Horn Considering Skin Effect in Its Solid Cores]]>536142110<![CDATA[Robust Optimization Approach Applied to Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor]]>536141060<![CDATA[Study on the Optimal Design of PMa-SynRM Loading Ratio for Achievement of Ultrapremium Efficiency]]>2 emission. Induction motor, used as a representative industrial motor, has a limit to efficiency improvement as the result of the additional copper loss of the rotor. To replace the induction motor, design of synchronous reluctance motor (SynRM) and permanent magnet assisted synchronous reluctance motor (PMa-SynRM), and the application of a small amount of permanent magnet, is actively studied in the industry. However, it is necessary to develop an ultrapremium efficiency motor beyond the superpremium efficiency to fulfill MEPS, which will be strengthened in the future. Therefore, this paper presents the optimal design method of SynRM by using the finite element method and response surface method to achieve superpremium efficiency. Furthermore, the redefinition of the loading ratio with shape parameters, and the design method of PMa-SynRM, using the loading ratio, is proposed to meet the ultrapremium efficiency. It is an effective design method that can shorten the time and process when designing ultrapremium efficiency PMa-SynRM from the existing SynRM, which is already mass-produced.]]>536141953<![CDATA[A Computer Aided Education System Based on Augmented Reality by Immersion to 3-D Magnetic Field]]>53614841<![CDATA[Finite-Element Modeling of Magnetoelectric Energy Transducers With Interdigitated Electrodes]]>53614906<![CDATA[Improved Torque Capacity for Flux Modulated Machines by Injecting DC Currents Into the Armature Windings]]>536151657<![CDATA[Hybrid Analytical Model Coupling Laplace’s Equation and Reluctance Network for Electrical Machines]]>53614833<![CDATA[Fast Calculation of Detent Force in PM Linear Synchronous Machines With Considering Magnetic Saturation]]>536141032<![CDATA[An Improved Configuration for Cogging Torque Reduction in Flux-Reversal Permanent Magnet Machines]]>536141115<![CDATA[Robust Speed Sensorless Control to Estimated Error for PMa-SynRM]]>536141727<![CDATA[Analysis and Modeling of Concentrated Winding Variable Flux Memory Motor Using Magnetic Equivalent Circuit Method]]>53614850<![CDATA[Dynamic Reluctance Mesh Modeling and Losses Evaluation of Permanent Magnet Traction Motor]]>536141272<![CDATA[Coreless Multidisc Axial Flux PM Machine with Carbon Nanotube Windings]]>536141213<![CDATA[Loss and Air-gap Force Analysis of Cage Induction Motors With Non-skewed Asymmetrical Rotor Bars Based on FEM]]>536142320<![CDATA[Multilayer Concentrated Windings for Axial Flux PM Machines]]>536141906<![CDATA[Inverse Thermal Modeling to Determine Power Losses in Induction Motor]]>536141061<![CDATA[Dynamic Short-Circuit Analysis of Synchronous Machines]]>53614921<![CDATA[Analysis of On-Load Magnetization Characteristics in a Novel Partitioned Stator Hybrid Magnet Memory Machine]]>536141901<![CDATA[Comparison of Stator DC Current Excited Vernier Reluctance Machines With Different Field Winding Configurations]]>536141366<![CDATA[A Novel Design Method for the Electrical Machines With Biased DC Excitation Flux Linkage]]>$d$ -axis current to realize flexible flux weakening or strengthening control; 2) for hybrid exciting or electrical exciting machines, the biased current can function as the dc windings, which helps to save more space for armature windings and further reduce cost and improve efficiency; and 3) this method is universal, which can be used in all BFMs.]]>536141503<![CDATA[A Computational Study of Efficiency Map Calculation for Synchronous AC Motor Drives Including Cross-Coupling and Saturation Effects]]>536141241<![CDATA[Magnetic and Electrical Design Challenges of Inverter-Fed Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors]]>536141510<![CDATA[Design and Analysis of a Field-Modulated Tubular Linear Permanent Magnet Generator for Direct-Drive Wave Energy Conversion]]>53614659<![CDATA[Finding Optimal Performance Indices of Synchronous AC Motors]]>536141047<![CDATA[Design and Analysis of a Novel PM-Assisted Synchronous Reluctance Machine With Axially Integrated Magnets by the Finite-Element Method]]>$q$ -axis” located 45° (elec.) from the $d$ -axis. Thus, the magnetic torque and reluctance torque of the proposed PMA-SynRM reach the maximum values at the same current phase angle, for efficient production of the total torque. To highlight the advantages of the proposed PMA-SynRM, a conventional PMA-SynRM is adopted for comparison under the same operating conditions. The FEM analysis results finally demonstrate that the proposed PMA-SynRM has a higher total torque and power factor, as well as greatly reduced torque ripple, when compared to the conventional PMA-SynRM with the same magnet amounts. In addition, the Mises stress analysis indicates that the configuration of the proposed PMA-SynRM exhibits the advantage of avoiding stress deterioration in the rotor ribs.]]>536141469<![CDATA[Design Optimization and Comparative Study of Novel Magnetic-Geared Permanent Magnet Machines]]>536141553<![CDATA[Hybrid Multiobjective Optimization Algorithm for PM Motor Design]]>536141122<![CDATA[Design Evaluation of Conventional and Toothless Stator Wind Power Axial-Flux PM Generator]]>536141306<![CDATA[Detent Force Minimization of Permanent Magnet Linear Synchronous Machines Using Subdomain Analytical Method Considering Auxiliary Teeth Configuration]]>536141290<![CDATA[Optimal Design of a Spoke-type Permanent Magnet Motor with Phase-group Concentrated-coil Windings to Minimize Torque Pulsations]]>536141238<![CDATA[Research on a Direct-Drive Wave Energy Converter Using an Outer-PM Linear Tubular Generator]]>536141301<![CDATA[Novel Design Method to Reduce Input Current for Multi-Operating Point IPMSM]]>536141018<![CDATA[Influence of Rotor Structure on Field Current and Rotor Electromagnetic Field of Turbine Generator Under Out-of-Phase Synchronization]]>536141206<![CDATA[Analysis of Back-EMF Waveform of a Novel Outer-Rotor-Permanent-Magnet Flux-Switching Machine]]>53614994<![CDATA[Design Characteristics of IPMSM With Wide Constant Power Speed Range for EV Traction]]>$d$ -axis. To analyze characteristic of voltage ellipse, four types of representative IPMSM rotor topologies are selected. Through rotor topology analysis, tendency of $\phi _{f}$ and $L_{\mathrm{ ds}} $ parameters which decide center of voltage limit ellipse is analyzed. This paper also considers shifting of voltage limit ellipse center according to change in motor speed. Reflecting the result, this paper focuses on center of voltage limit ellipse position at maximum speed, because central coordinates of high-speed range determine characteristics of CPSR. Through the analysis result, this paper suggests direction of IPMSM design for wide CPSR.]]>536141014<![CDATA[Proposal of a Radial- and Axial-Flux Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Generator]]>536141410<![CDATA[Characteristics Analysis Method of Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Motor Based on 2-D Finite Element Analysis]]>536141476<![CDATA[A Stator-PM Consequent-Pole Vernier Machine With Hybrid Excitation and DC-Biased Sinusoidal Current]]>536141356<![CDATA[Impact of Inter-Turn Short-Circuit Location on Induction Machines Parameters Through FE Computations]]>$a$ .” The latter is a theoretical and mathematical analysis, where the ITSC is modeled by a step-down auto-transformer in the faulty circuit. The results of the FEA corroborate that different locations impact the IM parameters. However, the effect is not substantial and the theoretical model indicates how the parameters vary with the fault. Moreover, a comparative study of two IM damaged models that present different approach to the stator leakage inductance is performed. The asymmetric mathematical model is presented, simulated, and experimentally compared.]]>536141496<![CDATA[Principal Component Optimization With Mesh Adaptive Direct Search for Optimal Design of IPMSM]]>536141400<![CDATA[Analysis of the Vibration Characteristics of Coaxial Magnetic Gear]]>536141233<![CDATA[Armature Reaction Field and Inductance Calculations for a Permanent Magnet Linear Synchronous Machine Based on Subdomain Model]]>53614902<![CDATA[Torque Ripple Minimization for Interior PMSM with Consideration of Magnetic Saturation Incorporating Online Parameter Identification]]>dq-axis inductances accurately such that it brings significant torque ripple minimization improvement for IPMSMs. Numerical and experimental investigations have been conducted to validate the proposed approach based on a laboratory IPMSM.]]>536141037<![CDATA[Proposal of a Kriging Output Space Mapping Technique for Electromagnetic Design Optimization]]>53614725<![CDATA[Online Evaluation of Power Transformer Temperatures Using Magnetic and Thermodynamics Numerical Modeling]]>536141331<![CDATA[Analytical Calculation and Experimental Verification of Cogging Torque and Optimal Point in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors]]>536141526<![CDATA[Ideal Radial Permanent Magnet Coupling Torque Density Analysis]]>536141872<![CDATA[Hybridization Algorithm of Fireworks Optimization and Generating Set Search for Optimal Design of IPMSM]]>536141142<![CDATA[Coupled Magnetic-Thermal Fields Analysis of Water Cooling Flux-Switching Permanent Magnet Motors by an Axially Segmented Model]]>536142441<![CDATA[Performance Comparison of Dual Airgap and Single Airgap Spoke-Type Permanent-Magnet Vernier Machines]]>536141351<![CDATA[Novel Single-Phase Doubly Salient Permanent Magnet Machine With Asymmetric Stator Poles]]>536151564<![CDATA[Improved Deadbeat Control Strategy for Linear Induction Machine]]>536141201<![CDATA[Global-Simplex Optimization Algorithm Applied to FEM-Based Optimal Design of Electric Machine]]>536141139<![CDATA[MOR-Based Approach to Uncertainty Quantification in Electrokinetics With Correlated Random Material Parameters]]>53614545<![CDATA[Field Reconstruction Method in Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Motor With Overhang Structure]]>53614913<![CDATA[A Study on Correcting the Nonlinearity Between Stack Length and Back Electromotive Force in Spoke Type Ferrite Magnet Motors]]>$K_{e}$ ) is linearly proportional to stack length. It is an enormous advantage in designing and estimating the performance of PM motors. However, the linearity cannot be held in spoke-type ferrite magnet synchronous motors (SFMSM) due to the axial leakage magnetic flux that is irrelevant to the stack length. Thus, it is possible to accurately analyze the performance of SFMSM using a 3-D finite-element analysis (FEA) method but this method is very inefficient. In this paper, a new relationship formula that can consider the nonlinearity between stack length and back EMF constant in SFMSM is proposed. This formula can estimate the back EMF constant in a new stack length based on the results of 2-D-FEA and 3-D-FEA in a specific stack length. Finally, the validity of this formula is verified through analyzing its accuracy and testing it according to changes in motor parameters.]]>536141079<![CDATA[Magnetic Field and Thrust Analysis of the U-Channel Air-Core Permanent Magnet Linear Synchronous Motor]]>536141469<![CDATA[CQICO and Multiobjective Thermal Optimization for High-Speed PM Generator]]>536141130<![CDATA[Design of High-End Synchronous Reluctance Motor Using 3-D Printing Technology]]>536151816<![CDATA[EMI Reduction of PMSM Drive Through Matrix Converter Controlled With Wide-Bandgap Switches]]>536141428<![CDATA[Optimal Design and Validation of IPMSM for Maximum Efficiency Distribution Compatible to Energy Consumption Areas of HD-EV]]>536142461<![CDATA[Power Generation Performance Analysis of a Hub Dynamo Considering a Magnetic Hysteresis]]>536152098<![CDATA[Stray Load Losses Analysis of Cage Induction Motor Using 3-D Finite-Element Method With External Circuit Coupling]]>53614869<![CDATA[3-D Analytical Analysis of Magnetic Field of Flux Reversal Linear-Rotary Permanent-Magnet Actuator]]>536151265<![CDATA[Simulation of an Induction Motor’s Rotor After Connection]]>536141533<![CDATA[Analysis of Inductance According to the Applied Current in Spoke-Type PMSM and Suggestion of Driving Mode]]>$d$ - and $q$ -axis. This paper analyzed the $d$ - and $q$ -axes inductances that affect the reluctance torque depending on the magnitude of the applied current and the current phase angle of the spoke-type PMSM at base speed. We also derived the variation of the $d$ - and $q$ - axis inductances, which is shown at the operation speed region. Accordingly, the variation of the current phase angle for generating the maximum output power is analyzed. Based on the above results, we predicted the variation in the driving mode of the spoke-type PMSM, and subsequently verified the prediction experimentally.]]>536141194<![CDATA[Bubbles and Blisters Impact on Diecasting Cage to the Designs and Operations of Line-Start Synchronous Reluctance Motors]]>536141837<![CDATA[Design of Permanent Magnet-Assisted Synchronous Reluctance Motor for Maximized Back-EMF and Torque Ripple Reduction]]>536142121<![CDATA[Effects of Flux Modulation Poles on the Radial Magnetic Forces in Surface-Mounted Permanent-Magnet Vernier Machines]]>536142026<![CDATA[Transfer Torque Performance Comparison in Coaxial Magnetic Gears With Different Flux-Modulator Shapes]]>536141517<![CDATA[Magnetically Controlled Saturable Reactor Core Vibration Under Practical Working Conditions]]>536141344<![CDATA[Dynamic Analysis of a New Three-Degree-of-Freedom Actuator for Image Stabilization]]>536141672<![CDATA[A Method of Determining the Equivalent Core Length of the Large Synchronous Motor With Radial Air Ducts]]>536141059<![CDATA[Proposed of Novel Linear Oscillating Actuator’s Structure Using Topology Optimization]]>536141221<![CDATA[Electromagnetic and Thermal Analysis of a Surface-Mounted Permanent-Magnet Motor with Overhang Structure]]>53614926<![CDATA[Demagnetization Fault Detection in Axial Flux PM Machines by Using Sensing Coils and an Analytical Model]]>536141075<![CDATA[Analysis and Control of Electromagnetic Coupling Effect of Levitation and Guidance Systems for Semi-High-Speed Maglev Train Considering Current Direction]]>536142359<![CDATA[Influence of the Geometric Uncertainties on the RLC Parameters of Wound Inductors Modeled Using the Finite-Element Method]]>$RLC$ parameters of wound magnetic components. To that end, the finite-element method is embedded in a Monte Carlo simulation in order to compute probability distributions of the parameters. An algorithm to randomly generate realistic winding configurations is also proposed.]]>53614893<![CDATA[Modeling of Inductive Blocking Devices for the Mitigation of Indirect Lightning Effects]]>53614725<![CDATA[A Novel Hybrid Saturated Core Fault Current Limiter Topology Considering Permanent Magnet Stability and Performance]]>536141051<![CDATA[Computational and Experimental Investigation of Distribution Transformers Under Differential and Common Mode Transient Conditions]]>53614493<![CDATA[Magnetic Design Considerations of Bidirectional Inductive Wireless Power Transfer System for EV Applications]]>536151829<![CDATA[Design of a Dual-Stator Superconducting Permanent Magnet Wind Power Generator With Different Rotor Configuration]]>2 wires as stator armature windings to obtain a higher output power capacity and presents the electromagnetic design of a direct drive dual-stator superconducting permanent magnet (PM) wind power generator of several megawatts. Considering the irreversible demagnetization in PM materials caused by the huge stator current, several new rotor pole configurations are presented. The features of each configuration are discussed, and the finite element method results show that the output power capacity of the proposed generator can be raised by 8% because the stator current can be larger for the generator with new rotor configurations under the restriction of demagnetization.]]>536141450<![CDATA[A Novel Formulation With Coulomb Gauge for 3-D Magnetostatic Problems Using Edge Elements]]>536141305<![CDATA[Efficient Wireless Power Charging of Electric Vehicle by Modifying the Magnetic Characteristics of the Transmitting Medium]]>536151344<![CDATA[Comparative Study of Metal Obstacle Variations in Disturbing Wireless Power Transmission System]]>536141065<![CDATA[A Novel Coulomb-Gauged Magnetic Vector Potential Formulation for 3-D Eddy-Current Field Analysis Using Edge Elements]]>53614957<![CDATA[A Novel Gauged Vector Potential Formulation for 3-D Motional Eddy-Current Problems Using Edge Elements]]>536141022<![CDATA[Multiple Right-Hand Side Techniques in Semi-Explicit Time Integration Methods for Transient Eddy-Current Problems]]>53614846<![CDATA[E-B Eigenmode Formulation for the Analysis of Lossy and Evanescent Modes in Periodic Structures and Metamaterials]]>$H$ (curl) vector basis functions for the electric field and $H$ (div) vector basis functions for magnetic flux density. The resulting eigenmode problem is linear, and it enforces periodic boundary conditions in a simple manner via appropriate field transformations and does not exhibit spurious modes. Moreover, it can provide accurate complex-k dispersion diagrams, in terms of both propagation and attenuation constant, while it is also able to deal with either propagating or evanescent modes, including those with oblique propagation directions.]]>53614547<![CDATA[Post-Processing Magnetic Measurement Data of Accelerator Magnets by the Boundary Element Method]]>536141021<![CDATA[A Novel Subregion-Based Multidimensional Optimization of Electromagnetic Devices Assisted by Kriging Surrogate Model]]>53614971<![CDATA[Interactive Toolbox for the Visualization of Typical Antenna Attributes]]>53614920<![CDATA[Dot Sensitivity Analysis for Topology Optimization of Dielectric Material in Electrostatic System]]>53614711<![CDATA[A Simple Equivalent Circuit Model for Shielding Analysis of Magnetic Sheets Based on Microstrip Line Measurement]]>536141539<![CDATA[Electrical Conductivity Tensor Modeling of Stratified Woven-Fabric Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite Materials]]>536141095<![CDATA[Induced Effects in a Pacemaker Equipped With a Wireless Power Transfer Charging System]]>536141032<![CDATA[High-Efficiency Wireless Power and Force Transfer for a Micro-Robot Using a Multiaxis AC/DC Magnetic Coil]]>536141163<![CDATA[Determination of Winding Lumped Parameter Equivalent Circuit by Means of Finite Element Method]]>53614879<![CDATA[IEEE Magnetics Letters]]>53611474<![CDATA[Introducing IEEE Collabratec]]>536112129<![CDATA[IEEE Magnetics Society Information]]>536C3C377<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Institutional Listings]]>536C4C4545