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Power electronics computer aided engineering: an introduction

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1 Author(s)
Cross, G. ; Dept. of Electr. & Electron. Eng., Ulster Univ., UK

The author gives a brief overview of power electronics computer-aided engineering by clarifying the terminology associated with CAE. The definitions proposed by Freeman (1988) are an appropriate summary, i.e. much of what is generally regarded as computer-aided design (CAD) is, in fact, computer-aided analysis (CAA) of designs which have not originated from a computer. Each of the these is a single discrete activity. True CAE involves the use of two or more linked CAD or computer-aided manufacture (CAM) systems

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Power Electronics and Computer Aided Engineering, IEE Colloquium on

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26 Jan 1994