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A finiteelement formulation is developed to analyze nonlinear electromagnetic devices in steadystate conditions under specified alternating terminal voltages. The circuit equations are used to express current densities in terms of the unknown vector potential, so that only one nonlinear field...
The finite element method is used to solve the nonlinear diffusion equation, taking account of the interaction between impurities due to selfinduced electric field and charged vacancies effects, and of various boundary conditions evaporation, segregation, oxidation growth. An incomplete implicit...
This paper discusses the use of stochastic models based on the BoxJenkins modeling methodology to determine the future electrical loads. The developed forecasting models have been applied successfully by using the electrical load data provided by the Oklahoma Gas and Electric Company.
The skin effect in a rectangular busbar is first computed by a direct method of threedimensional discretisation. A superior method based upon Huygens principle is then presented discretisation only of the surface is performed the eddy currents are regarded as propagation from surface elements...
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