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Mathematical models for the evaluation of electric and magnetic fields.
Oleg Valentinov Tozoni
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O.V. Tozoni, Mathematical Models For the Evaluation of Electric and Magnetic Fields, Iliffe Books Ltd., London Google ScholarAuthor: M. Chari. Buy Numerical Computation of Electric and Magnetic Fields (Electrical Engineering) However, in order to implement numerical methods of field computation, we need algorithms, numerical methods, and mathematical tools that are largely quite different from those that have been traditionally used with analytical methods.
Many of these Cited by: Due to the fact that magnetic field-assisted ECM may be affected by more than one factor, Enache et al. analyzed the introduction of the magnetic field to ECM and established a mathematical model.
The paper presents some aspects related to the evaluation of a physical phenomenon using mathematical modeling as a representation of the essential aspects of the phenomenon.
Mathematical models are extensively used in the electrical engineering problems taking many forms. The types of models preferentially used are the statistical models and differential equations models. The paper offers mathematical models of electric machines and electromagnetic apparatus developed on the basis of unique magnetic flux, without the traditional division into basic one and leakage.
Abstract. A mathematical model is presented that predicts the electric field induced in the arm during magnetic stimulation of a peripheral nerve.
The arm is represented as a homogeneous, cylindrical volume conductor. The electric field arises from two sources: the time‐varying magnetic field and the accumulation of charge on the arm by: In this paper a detailed mathematical model for an electromagnetic energy harvesting architecture based on a semi-analytical approach is introduced.
This model estimates the generated energy of the architecture by computing the static and dynamic magnetic and electric fields that describe its Cited by: and unbalanced duties, requires effective math ematical models above all. The mathematical model of an electric machine represents all the equations that describe the relationships between electromagnetic torque and the main electrical and mech anical quantities.
The theory of electrical machines, and particul arly of induction machine, has mathematical models with distributed File Size: KB. There are various mathematical descriptions of the electromagnetic field that are used in the study of electromagnetism, one of the four fundamental interactions of nature.
In this article, several approaches are discussed, although the equations are in terms of electric and magnetic fields, potentials, and charges with currents, generally speaking.
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Electrical Machines primarily covers the basic functionality and the role of electrical machines in their typical effort of applying coordinate transforms is justified by obtaining a more intuitive, concise and easy-to-use model.
In this textbook, mathematics is reduced to a necessary minimum, and priority is given to bringing up the system view and explaining the use and. Mathematical Model of Magnetic Field Lines - III 23 Mathematically, every point in space near a magnet can be represented by a vector, B.
Because the field exists in 3-dimensional space, it has three ‘components’. The equations for the coordinates of B in 2-dimensions looks like this: 3 2sin r File Size: 56KB.
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This authored book describes a new mathematical model for the magnetic location of the epicenter of a possible earthquake, along with recommendations for earthquake monitoring, and interprets the impact of geomagnetic storms on the brain's bioelectric activity.
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Mathematical Models of Hysteresis and Their Applications This new edition has been significantly revised and updated to reflect advances in the field since the publication of the first edition, such as the systematic experimental testing of Preisach models of hysteresis.
the emphasis on the universal nature of mathematical models of. Mathematical model of a levitation system based on eddy currents Abstract: This paper contains a synthesis to model an electromagnetic levitation system using a direct evaluation method of electromagnetic and electromotive forces, taking the Maxwell equations that relate electric and magnetic fields.hydrodynamics to generate a mathematical model of magnetic field.
Maxwell uses his analogy and some ‘borrowed’ mathematics to develop a series of equations that enable him to predict the speed of this propagation. (OHT A, Quote 2) From the mathematical model (Maxwell’s field equations) he was able to predict that.Key Takeaways Key Points.
A wire carrying electric current will produce a magnetic field with closed field lines surrounding the wire. Another version of the right hand rules can be used to determine the magnetic field direction from a current—point the thumb in the direction of the current, and the fingers curl in the direction of the magnetic field loops created by it.