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Mathematics - Applications | Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering SCEE 2010

Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering SCEE 2010

Michielsen, Bas, Poirier, Jean-René (Eds.)

2012, XVI, 460 p.

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  • A unique combination of research papers on mathematics applied to electromagnetic, circuit theory and device modelling, covering all aspects of electronic and electrical engineering
  • A state of the art selection of mathematical methods and computational techniques for the modelling of electronic and electrical systems
  • Advanced methods for industry size problems complemented by research updates illustrated with more academic examples

Selected from papers presented at the 8th Scientific Computation in Electrical Engineering conference in Toulouse in 2010, the contributions to this volume cover every angle of numerically modelling electronic and electrical systems, including computational electromagnetics, circuit theory and simulation and device modelling.

On computational electromagnetics, the chapters examine cutting-edge material ranging from low-frequency electrical machine modelling problems to issues in high-frequency scattering. Regarding circuit theory and simulation, the book details the most advanced techniques for modelling networks with many thousands of components. Modelling devices at microscopic levels is covered by a number of fundamental mathematical physics papers, while numerous papers on model order reduction help engineers and systems designers to bring their modelling of industrial-scale systems within the reach of present-day computational power. Complementing these more specific papers, the volume also contains a selection of mathematical methods which can be used in any application domain.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Circuit simulation - Combined problems - Computational electromagnetics - Device modelling - Model order reduction

Related subjects » Applications - Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Theoretical, Mathematical & Computational Physics

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