Toward a global approach dedicated to electromagnetic compatibility and energy efficiency

Abstract : The local laws of electromagnetism are derived from the optimization of the global mechanical power exchanged throughout the electrical network. Two kinds of devices are identified: (i) those dedicated to power conversion; and their (ii) couplings involved in transmission lines, distribution busways, cablings and connections. While the finite element method appears to be the natural design tool in the former, the so-called PEEC method is the more suitable in the latter. Its recent improvements are reviewed within the low-frequency framework including (i) back emf of ferromagnetic materials (shielding); (ii) optimization methods to reduce Joule losses or flux density levels; and (iii) integration into a CAE package.
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Jean-Paul Gonnet, Jean-Michel Guichon, Alain Anglade, Nadia Maïzi, Vincent Mazauric, et al.. Toward a global approach dedicated to electromagnetic compatibility and energy efficiency. 17th International Zurich Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 2006, Feb 2006, Singapore, Singapore. pp.420-423 - ISBN 3-9522990-3-0, ⟨10.1109/EMCZUR.2006.214961⟩. ⟨hal-00505070⟩

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