IEEE CEFC 2020 - Technical Program Pisa, November 16 - 18, 2020 Virtual Event

IEEE CEFC 2020 - Technical Program Pisa, November 16 - 18, 2020 Virtual Event


 The Nineteenth Biennial IEEE Conference
 on Electromagnetic Field Computation

 Pisa, November 16 - 18, 2020
 Virtual Event

 Technical Program
IEEE CEFC 2020 - Technical Program Pisa, November 16 - 18, 2020 Virtual Event


TABLE OF CONTENTS……………………………………………………………………….….…2
CEFC 2020 Chairman’s Welcome…………………………………………………………….…..….3
Message from the Editorial Board Chairman…………………………………………………….…...5
Conference Committees…………………………………………………………………………..…..7
General Conference Information………….…………………………………………………………..9
Supporters of the Conference………………………………………………………………….……..10
Special Invited Presentations…………………………………………………………………….…...11
Technical Program Overview…………...……………………………………………………….…...14
Technical Program……………………………………………………………………………………15
Author Index…………………………………………………………..……………………………..56

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 CEFC 2020 Chairman’s Welcome
Dear Colleagues,

 It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the 19th biennal IEEE Conference
on Electromagnetic Field Computation (CEFC 2020).
I wish I could have written “Welcome to Pisa”, but unfortunately, this conference,
as well as other events scheduled in 2020, have faced the threat of the Covid-19
 Since January 2020, we have been monitoring the situation, in Italy and all
over the world, and our main concern has always been the safety and well being of the CEFC 2020
We first decided to postpone the conference, hoping that in November the world’s situation would have
been better, and would allow us to meet in person. However, this was not the case scenario and we ended
up switching to a virtual event.
 The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives, and has changed (maybe for good) the way we
work, reducing the time we spend in our workplaces and the way we interact with people face to face .
I am convinced that the true added value of a conference is meeting colleagues, exchanging opinions in
person, asking questions during the Q&A time after a presentation, starting cooperation and spending
time together during coffee breaks or lunches. I could enumerate many more activities that we usually
perform during a conference, and they all concur to the definition of a conference as a fruitful event.
A virtual event could never give us such benefits, and it is a downgraded experience if compared to a
real event. However, conferences are one of the easiest way we, researchers, learn what other colleagues
do and show what we do to others; therefore, virtual conferences are absolutely better than no
conferences at all. So here we are, all attending the first, and I hope the last, virtual CEFC conference.
 I wish to express my gratitude to you all, for trusting this organization since from the very beginning
and the people behind it: I do appreciate the effort made by any single author in planning the attendance,
in thinking and writing any single submitted digest. You have been patient in waiting for news about the
postponement and, since Septemer 1st, for accepting the transformation into a virtual event.
 In addition to this, I wish to akcnowledge the work done by the Editorial Board members and by
each reviewer: the time they have voluntarily spent on the activities relative to CEFC 2020 has
contributed to raise the conference level.
 Last but not least, my deepest gratitude goes to the Editorial Board chairs, my colleagues (and now
friends) Yasushi and Alessandro, with whom I had the pleasure to work for several months, characterized
by countless emails and numerous skype calls hold in awkward times of the day. It has been tiring but
 The conference reached a number of 461 digests, a number that must be compared to the 838 digests
received. This shows the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, but at the same time shows the utmost
influence of CEFC series conferences in computational electromagnetics community. The accepted 461
high-quality digests are distributed into 11 poster sessions and 18 oral sessions, following the usual
CEFC conference schedule. Attendees will have the possibilty to interact with each other during both
the oral and the poster sessions, asking questions to the presenting auhtor.
 As for the city of Pisa, I would like to mention that its origin probably dates back to the Etruscan
civilization; it is now a beautiful mid-sized town, in which the University (founded in 1343) and the
Miracles’s Square are only a couple of highlights amongst the many cultural and environmental

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attractions the cuty can offer. I hope you will have the change to visit Pisa in the future, if you have not
done so yet, when travelling will be again a pleasure.

Stay safe and enjoy CEFC2020!!

Sami Barmada, Full Professor, University of Pisa, Italy
Chairman of CEFC 2020

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 Message from the Editorial Board Chairmen
Dear Colleagues,

 The Nineteens’ Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic
Field Computation (CEFC 2020) is being held in a virtual form for
the first time in CEFC history, November 16 to 18, 2020.
 CEFC 2020 was originally scheduled from April 19 – 22, 2020
in Pisa, Italy. However, the Sars-Cov2 pandemic outspread obliged
us to postpone to November, hoping to run a presence meeting, at
least partially. In August 2020, due to uncertainty in the disease evolution, we were forced to turn the
meeting into a virtual conference. Let us remind here that after the pandemic start in March, we had to
face so many withdrawals! But, in the meantime, we had also the opportunity to include other, new and
high-quality post-deadline digests. Every single decision was tough, we must say. Given this
background, we do sincerely appreciate your patience and we would like to thank you for your enduring
support to the CEFC 2020.
 The final conference technical program includes 461 digests from 35 countries and districts. All
scientific contributions have been reviewed by qualified scholars, so we feel comfortable in our strong
belief that the CEFC2020 provides a high-quality scientific program, ranging over many of the forefront
research topics in electromagnetic field computation. This confirms CEFC among the most relevant
conferences for the computational electromagnetics community.
The IEEE CEFC 2020 conference activities will offer a stimulating forum for specialists from
academia, research centers, and industry worldwide to establish cooperation and share knowledge,
experience, and establish cross-fertilization of new ideas in the areas of Static and Quasi-static Fields,
Wave Propagation, Material Modeling, Electromagnetic Field Coupled Problems, Numerical
Techniques, Optimization and Design, Software Methodology, Nanomagnetics and Nanophotonics,
Bioelectromagnetic Fields Computation, Education, not to speak of the countless Devices and
 The Digest review procedure was comprised of three stages. The Editorial Board Chairs invited
more than 30 qualified experts in the above fields to become members of the CEFC 2020 Editorial
Board (Track Chairs). In order to review the 838 submitted digests, each Track Chair coordinated the
review process for no more than 30 digests, by utilizing the nearly 300 selected reviewers in our
database or asking for the cooperation of well-recognized scholars when needed. We assigned each
digest to three or more reviewers, each selected on the base on her/his expertise. We took care to avoid
any reviewer receiving more than 12 digests, to guarantee accurate evaluations. Each digest received at
least two peer reviews to determine its suitability for inclusion in the conference program, and at least
three in case of conflicting reviews. The reviewers completed a detailed report for each submission,
including an evaluation of the contribution and an integer score, ranging from 11 to 95 in the case of
CEFC2020 digests, for relevance, originality, quality and significance of results, language clarity, and
technical presentation. Following this peer review process, we accepted 509 digests, and asked minor
corrections to other 278 digests. After a second round of reviews, we allowed a total of 590 digests,
between the highest scored ones. The accepted digests represent a 70% acceptance rate.
 The accepted digests will be presented at the conference in oral or poster format and will be
available to all conference registrants in the conference record. An assessment of the reviewers’ and
Track Chairs’ work allowed to establish that 97% of reviews were submitted by the deadline, and a fair
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67% well in advance, and that Track Chairs actively coordinated the process, issuing review invitations
to external scholars where specific competencies were not available in the reviewers’ pool, and finally
suggesting us a decision about each digest.
 We certainly hope that the conference attendees will find our technical program as stimulating and
of such high quality as we think it is.
 Extended versions of the accepted digests will be submitted by authors on Manuscript Central peer
review site of the IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. The papers will undergo the standard IEEE
Transactions review process. Following the new IEEE editorial policy for IEEE conferences, we expect
that 30% of these submitted extended versions will be accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions
on Magnetics. The rest of the extended versions of the papers will undergo editorial review and will be
published in IEEE Xplore
 With CEFC2020 organization successfully completed, we would like to renovate our sincere
gratitude to every participant, reviewer and Editorial Board member and all authors whose high-level
contributions guaranteed the success of the IEEE CEFC 2020. We would like to thank Professor Sami
Barmada for the leadership exhibited as General Chair of CEFC 2020, and his organizing team for the
professional and competent effort put in every phase of the organization of the conference.
Last, but not least, each of us would like to thank the other chair and the general chair for the friendship
we had the pleasure to share, which made this work a long and tough, but a pleasant journey.

Alessandro Formisano, Full Professor, Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Aversa (CE),
Yasushi Kanai, Full Professor, Niigata Institute of Technology, Niigata, Japan

Editorial Board Chairs, IEEE CEFC 2020

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 Conference Committees
 International Steering Committee
 Osama Mohammed, USA (Chair) Markus Clemens, Germany
 Christos S. Antonopoulos, Greece Yasushi Kanai, Japan
 Abd A. Arkadan, USA David Lowther, Canada
 Sami Barmada, Italy Chang-Seop Koh, Korea
 Anouar Belachen, Finland Lionel Pichon, France
 Ermanno Cardelli, Italy Jan Sykulski, UK
 Olivier Chadebec, Fance Shiyou Yang, China

 Conference Chairs
 Sami Barmada (Chair) University of Pisa, Italy
 Mauro Tucci University of Pisa, Italy

 Editorial Board Chairs
 Yasushi Kanai Niigata Institute of Technology, Japan
 Alessandro Formisano Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli“, Italy

 Editorial Board Members
 Piergiorgio Alotto Università degli Studi Di Padova, Italy
 Christos Antonopoulos Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
 Abd. A. Arkadan Colorado Scool of Mines, USA
 Zsolt Badics Tensor Research LLC, USA
 Daniel Baumgarten Institute of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering, Austria
 Anouar Belahcen Aalto University, Finland
 Shubhendu Bhardwaj Florida International University, USA
 Oszkar Biro Institute of Fundamentals and Theory in Electrical Engineering, Austria
 Olivier Chadebec University of Grenoble Alpes, France
 Charles T. M. Choi National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
 Markus Clemens University of Wuppertal, Germany
 Laurent Daniel GeePs - CentraleSupelec, France
 Luca di Rienzo Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 Alistair Duffy De Montfort University, UK
 Karl Hollaus Technical University of Wien, Austria
 Nathan Ida University of Akron, USA
 Hajime Igarashi Hokkaido University, Japan
 Sang-yYong Jung Sungkyunkwan Univeristy, Korea
 Antonios Kladas National Technical University of Athens, Greece
 Chang-Seop Koh Chungbuk National University, Korea
 Yongjian Li Hebei University of Technology, China
 Raffaele Martone Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli“, Italy
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 Tetsuji Matsuo Kyoto University, Japan
 Osama Mohammed Florida International University
 Shuang-Xia Niu The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
 Jozsef Pavo Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
 Bojana Pektovic Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany
 Lionel Pichon GeePs-CNRS, France
 Zhuoxiang Ren Sorbonne University, France
 Ruth Sabariego KU Leuven, Belgium
 Jan Sykulski University of Southampton, UK
 X. Lucas Travassos Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
 Shiyou Yang Zhejiang University, China

 Local Organizing committee
 Zaira Lombardo (Chair) AIC Incentives
 Lorenzo Maggiorelli AIC Incentives
 Valentina Consolo University of Pisa, Italy
 Emanuele Crisostomi University of Pisa, Italy
 Nunzia Fontana University of Pisa, Italy
 Rocco Rizzo University of Pisa, Italy
 Antonino Musolino University of Pisa, Italy
 Dimitri Thomopulos University of Pisa, Italy
 Luca Sani University of Pisa, Italy

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 General Conference Information
 Monday 16 – Wednesday 18 November, 2020 (Central European Time)

Opening Session:
 Monday, 16 November, 10:00 AM – 10:30 AM (Central European Time)

Closing Session and Award Ceremony:
 Wednesday, 18 November, 4:00 PM – 4:30 PM (Central European Time)

Plenary Sessions:
 Monday to Wednesday, 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM (Central European Time)

Oral Sessions
 AM sessions: Monday to Wednesday 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM (Central European Time)
 PM sessions: Monday to Wednesday 2:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Central European Time)

Poster sessions (on demand):
 Monday to Wednesday, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM (Central European Time)

Poster presentation:
 The poster sessions have an official time (indicated above), however the virtual poster area is
available for the whole conference day.
 Poster presenters will receive via email the questions from the attendees, and are requested to
answer via email the same working day their poster is scheduled. However, in order to encourage
attendance and create interaction, the presenters are recommended to answer during the conference
time (10:30 AM – 4:00 PM).

Oral presentations
 Oral presentations consist in streamed pre-recorded videos, of maximum length of 15 minutes,
followed by 5 minutes of Q&A. At the end of the presentation, the chairman will forward the real time
questions to the speaker, who will answer in direct broadcast.

Virtual booth
 During the conference days, the virtual booths will be available to all attendees.

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 Supporters of the Conference




 Special Invited Presentation

1. Topology Optimization for Practical Design of Interior Permanent
 Magnet Synchronous Motor (IPMSM) for Electrified Vehicles

Dr. Makoto Ohtani, Honda R&D

In recent years, electrified vehicles such as battery electric vehicles, plug in-hybrid electric vehicles, fuel
cell electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles have attracted much attention due to an urgent need to
reduce CO2 emissions from transportation and energy dependency on crude oil. Honda has set a target
achieving two-thirds of its total global sales to be electrified by 2030. Traction motor is one of the
essential components for the electrified vehicles and, IPMSMs are commonly used for the traction
motors due to their high torque density, high power density, high efficiency and ease of use. The design
of rotors which consists of magnets and electrical steel sheets is important for IPMSMs since not only
torque, efficiency and quietness but also cost depend on it.
Honda has developed a novel method combining topology optimization and parametric optimization for
practical design of rotor in collaboration with the research group of Prof. Igarashi at Hokkaido
University. In the proposed method, first, the shape and position of the magnets are determined
parametrically under manufacturing constraints. Then the shape of the electrical steel sheet is determined
non-parametrically using the Normalized Gaussian Network (NGnet) method with respect to the
remaining space of the rotor. Since rotors used in electrified vehicle are rotated at a very high speed, the
rotor has to be designed considering not only magnetic but also mechanical characteristics. Therefore,
mechanical simulation is coupled with the optimization method to optimize magnetic performance while
limiting maximum stress and displacement. In the presentation, optimization results applied to rotors of
traction motors for electrified vehicles will be described.

Dr. Makoto Ohtani received a PhD in Physics in 2004 from Tohoku University, Japan. He spent the year
2004 as a postdoctoral researcher at Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, Japan. From 2005
to 2008, he was a guest researcher at National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA. From 2008,
he joined Honda R&D Co., Ltd., Automobile center. Now he is assistant chief engineer and works on
topology optimization of various automotive parts.


2. Modelling Movement in Electrical Machines

Prof. Dave Rodger, Bathwick Electrical Design Ltd

Modelling movement for the general case where the path of the moving parts is not known in advance
can be very expensive. Many solutions of non linear equations by time stepping techniques can be
required. In addition, the finite element model mesh will change with time and remeshing or some other
strategy will be required.
In the majority of electrical machines, the movement is along a well defined path, such as the cylindrical
airgap of a rotary machine, or along a plane for a linear machine. Over the years since publishing the
method in 1990 we have used Lagrange multipliers to join moving and stationary meshes.
Another simplification is possible where the moving object is physically invariant in the direction of
motion. Here the Minkowski transform may be used, so that one steady state solution can be carried out
instead of many time transient solutions.
The paper will outline some of the many possible formulations and provide examples.

Dave received the BSc (Eng) and PhD degrees from Aberdeen University. He worked at the University
of Bath as a research officer, lecturer, senior lecturer and professor from 1977-2008. He left the
university to start Bathwick Electrical Design Ltd, which is a company specialising in the development
and marketing of finite element software, consulting and developing novel electrical machines and drive
At present the company are working on machines for wave energy and other high torque applications
such as wind turbines.


3. AI Applications for Medical Imaging

Dr. Stefano Olivieri, Mathworks

AI techniques such as deep learning is increasingly seen as a powerful tool to address many complex
problems in pathology and radiology workflows involving image segmentation and classification, as
well as in in the medical and healthcare areas such as digital health, physiological signal analysis, and
patient monitoring applications.
In this presentation, we'll explore in detail the workflow involved in developing and adapting a deep
learning algorithm for medical image classification using real-world case studies from MRI or
microwave images.
Medical microwave imaging is an emerging technology that has great potential especially in the area of
breast cancer detection. It uses electromagnetic (EM) waves in microwave regime to reconstruct the
structure of a sample under test (e.g. the human body for medical imaging) by capturing the reflected
waves based on the non-homogeneous electrical/magnetic properties of the material.
Experimental results show deep learning techniques may lead to an increase of performance for tasks
like tumor shape classification.

Stefano received a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering at University of Bologna, Italy, in July
1995, and got a Post Graduate Advanced Degree in Information Technology at CEFRIEL, Polytechnic
of Milan the same year.
He’s been with MathWorks since 2005. After spending eight years as an Application Engineer in the
field of Signal Processing and Communication Systems, supporting companies in the Communications,
Electronics, Semiconductors and Aerospace and Defense industry segments, Stefano is currently
working as an Customer Success Engineer to help the top universities with the adoption of MathWorks
tools for effective teaching and research.
Before that, he worked with R&D labs in STMicroelectronics and Philips Research, were he dealt with
the design and development of wireless communication and video processing systems.
Stefano has also been Contract Professor with the University of Milano for three years, where he was
teaching Transmission Theory for the Telecommunication Software Engineering Bachelor Degree.

19th Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation
Date: Monday, 16/Nov/2020
10:00am OPNG: Opening Session
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall
10:30am Chair: Prof. Sami Barmada
 Opening Session: Conference Chairman Introduction, EB Chairmen speech

10:30am M_PL: Plenary Session 1
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall
11:00am Chair: Prof. Sami Barmada
11:00am MM_O1: Materials Modeling #1 MM_O2: Optimization & Design #1 MM_O3: Numerical Techniques #1
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall Location: Enrico Fermi Hall Location: Antonio Pacinotti Hall
1:00pm Chair: Prof. Sami Barmada Chair: Prof. Alessandro Formisano Chair: Prof. Yasushi Kanai

 1:00pm M_P1: Devices&Applications #A M_P2: Static and QuasiStatic Fields M_P3: Material Modeling
 - Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area
 2:00pm Chair: Prof. Christos S. Antonopoulos Chair: Prof. Igor Tsukerman Chair: Prof. Ermanno Cardelli
 Chair: Prof. Atsushi Kamitani Chair: Hiroyuki Kaimori Chair: Dr. Alice Reinbacher-Koestinger
 Chair: Dr. Kengo Sugahara
 2:00pm MA_O1: Electric Machines MA_O2: High Frequency MA_O3: Nanotechnologies
 - Location: Enrico Fermi Hall Location: Galileo Galilei Hall Location: Antonio Pacinotti Hall
 4:00pm Chair: Prof. Antonios G. Kladas Chair: Dr. Karl Hollaus Chair: Prof. Abd A. Arkadan

Date: Tuesday, 17/Nov/2020
10:30am T_PL: Plenary Session
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall
11:00am Chair: Prof. Alessandro Formisano
11:00am TM_O1: Optimization and Design #2 TM_O2: Numerical Techniques #2 TM_O3: Materials Modeling #2
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall Location: Enrico Fermi Hall Location: Antonio Pacinotti Hall
1:00pm Chair: Prof. Paolo Di Barba Chair: Prof. Oszkar Biro Chair: Prof. Chang-seop Koh

 1:00pm T_P1: Optimization & Design T_P2: Devices&Applications #B T_P3: Devices&Applications #C
 - Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area
 2:00pm Chair: Dr. Maurizio Repetto Chair: Prof. Anouar Belahcen Chair: Prof. Stephane Clenet
 Chair: Dr. Zuqi Tang Chair: Yong-Jae Kim, Chair: Prof. Soichiro Ikuno
 2:00pm TA_O1: Devices and Applications #1 TA_O2: Numerical Techniques #3 TA_O3: Inverse Problems
 - Location: Enrico Fermi Hall Location: Antonio Pacinotti Hall Location: Galileo Galilei Hall
 4:00pm Chair: Prof. Marco Arjona Chair: Prof. Zhuoxiang Ren Chair: Prof. Luca Di Rienzo

Date: Wednesday, 18/Nov/2020
10:30am W_PL: Plenary Session
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall
11:00am Chair: Prof. Yasushi Kanai
11:00am WM_O1: Devices & Applications #2 WM_O2: Coupled Problems WM_O3: Wireless Power Transfer
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall Location: Enrico Fermi Hall Location: Antonio Pacinotti Hall
1:00pm Chair: Prof. Laurent DANIEL Chair: Dr. Olivier Chadebec Chair: Prof. Ruth V. Sabariego

 1:00pm W_P1: Waves Propagation W_P2: Devices&Applications #D W_P3: Devices&Applications #E
 - Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area
 2:00pm Chair: Prof. Markus Clemens Chair: Prof. Nathan Ida Chair: Prof. Sang-Yong Jung,
 Chair: Dr. Takeshi Mifune Chair: Dr. Antonio Faba Chair: Luca Giussani
 Chair: Prof. Rasilo Paavo
 1:00pm W_P4: Numerical Techniques W_P5: Coupled Problems
 - Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area
 2:00pm Chair: Prof. Tetsuji Matsuo Chair: Dr. Bojana Petkovic
 Chair: Dr. Nunzia Fontana Chair: Dr. Hakeim Talleb
 Chair: Prof. Katsuhiko Yamaguchi Chair: Prof. Katsumi Yamazaki
 2:00pm WA_O1: Static and Quasi Static WA_O2: Biolectromagnetic Devices WA_O3: Devices&Applications #3
 - Fields Location: Antonio Pacinotti Hall Location: Enrico Fermi Hall
 4:00pm Location: Galileo Galilei Hall Chair: Dr. David Lowther Chair: Prof. Osama Mohammed
 Chair: Prof. Jan Sykulski
 4:00pm CLSN: Closing Session
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall
 4:30pm Chair: Prof. Sami Barmada

Date: Monday, 16/Nov/2020
10:00am OPNG: Opening Session
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall
10:30am Chair: Prof. Sami Barmada
 Opening Session: Conference Chairman Introduction, EB Chairmen speech

10:30am M_PL: Plenary Session 1
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall
11:00am Chair: Prof. Sami Barmada
 Topology Optimization for Practical Design of Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (IPMSM)
 for Electrified Vehicles
 Dr. Makoto Ohtani, Honda R&D
11:00am MM_O1: Materials Modeling #1 MM_O2: Optimization & Design #1 MM_O3: Numerical Techniques #1
 - Location: Galileo Galilei Hall Location: Enrico Fermi Hall Location: Antonio Pacinotti Hall
1:00pm Chair: Prof. Sami Barmada Chair: Prof. Alessandro Formisano Chair: Prof. Yasushi Kanai

 11:00am - 11:20am 11:00am - 11:20am 11:00am - 11:20am
 Finite-element Analysis of Soft Multi-objective Optimization for a Proper Generalized
 Magnetic Composites Using Dual-Flux-Modulator Coaxial Decomposition with Cauer
 Dynamic Hysteresis Modeling Magnetic Gear with Double-Layer Ladder Network Applied to Eddy
 Based on Equivalent Circuit Permanent Magnet Inner Rotor Current Problems
 Representation of Eddy-current Xiao Liu1, Yunyun Zhao1, Zhe Chen2, Niels Koster1, Oliver Konig2, Oszkar
 Fields Shoudao Huang1 Biro3
 Yasuhito Takahashi, Koji Fujiwara 1: Hunan University, College of 1: Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH,
 Doshisha University, Japan Electrical and Information Engineering, Austria; 2: AVL List GmbH, Graz,
 Changsha, China, People's Republic of; Austria; 3: Graz University of
 2: Aalborg University, Department of Technology, Graz, Austria
 Energy Technology, Aalborg East,
 11:20am - 11:40am Denmark
 Anomalous Loss and Hysteresis 11:20am - 11:40am
 Loops in Electrical Steel Sheet
 A Family of Virtual Element
 Zhiwei He1, Lihua Zhu2, Chang-Seop 11:20am - 11:40am
 Methods. An Innovative
 Koh1 A Multi-Objective Ant Lion Approach to Computational
 1: Chungbuk National University, Optimizer Technique for the
 Chungbuk 28644, Korea; 2: Tiangong Magnetostatics
 Systematic Design of Lourenco Beirao da Veiga3, Franco
 University, Tianjin 300110, China
 Electromagnetic Structures Brezzi2, Franco Dassi3, Paolo Di
 Juliano Pierezan1, Leandro S. Barba1, Donatella Marini1, Alessandro
 Coelho1,2, Viviana C. Mariani2,3, Russo3
 11:40am - 12:00pm
 Sotitios K. Goudos4, Achilles D. 1: University of Pavia, Italy; 2: IMATI -
 Time Domain Finite Element Boursianis4, Nikolaos V. Kantartzis5, CNR, Pavia, Italy; 3: University of
 Method for Near Field Christos S. Antonopoulos5 Milano-Bicocca, Italy
 Computations of Magnetic 1: Industrial and Systems Eng. Grad.
 Metamaterials Program, Pontifical Catholic University
 of Parana, Brazil; 2: Department of 11:40am - 12:00pm
 Zhi Gong, Shiyou Yang
 Electrical Engineering, Federal
 Zhejiang University, China, China, University of Parana, Brazil; 3: Hybrid method of FEM and
 People's Republic of Mechanical Engineering Graduate Divergence Theorem to Analyze
 Program (PPGEM), Pontifical Catholic Ion Flow Field Including
 University of Parana, Brazil; 4: Dielectric Film’s Accumulation
 12:00pm - 12:20pm Department of Physics, Aristotle Charges
 University of Thessaloniki, Greece; 5:
 Variations in the Parameter Department of Electrical and Computer Tiebing Lu, Bo Chen, Zhilong Zou,
 Identification for Hystersis Model Engineering, Aristotle University of Xiang Cui, Donglai Wang
 Descriptions Thessaloniki, Greece NCEPU, China, People's Republic of
 Werner Renhart1, Christian A.
 Magele1, Kurt Preis1, Marko Jesenik2
 1: Graz University of Technology, 11:40am - 12:00pm 12:00pm - 12:20pm
 Austria; 2: University of Maribor,
 Multi-objective Branch and Time-Domain 2-D Finite-Element
 Bound Algorithm based on Meta- Homogenization of Windings
 model for Computational Using RL Foster Networks and
 Electromagnetics Recursive Convolution
 12:20pm - 12:40pm
 Reda El Bechari1,4, Stephane Brisset1, Carlos A. Valdivieso1,2,4, Gerard
 Modeling of Multiferroic Stephane Clenet2, Frédéric Meunier1, Brahim Ramdane1, Johan
 Composites Using a Multiscale Guyomarch3, Jean Claude Mipo4 Gyselinck3, Christophe Guerin4, Ruth
 Approach with the Temperature 1: L2EP, Centrale Lille, France; 2: V. Sabariego2
 Dependence L2EP, Arts et Metiers Lille, France; 3: 1: Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS,
 Hakeim Talleb, Zhuoxiang Ren L2EP, Univ. Lille, France; 4: Valeo Grenoble INP, G2Elab, F-38000
 L2E/Sorbonne Université, France Creteil, France Grenoble, France; 2: KU Leuven, Dept.
 Electrical Engineering, Campus

EnergyVille, 3600 Genk, Belgium; 3:
 12:00pm - 12:20pm Universite libre de Bruxelles, BEAMS
 12:40pm - 1:00pm department, 1050 Brussels, Belgium; 4:
 A New 3D Topology Optimization Altair Engineering France, 38240
 Modeling of Excess Loss Taking Methodology Based on Graph Meylan, France
 Account of Variation of Crystal Cut Theorem and Associated
 Orientation in Non-Oriented Dynamic Algorithm
 Electrical Steel Sheet Meng Xia1, Shiyou Yang1, Jan 12:20pm - 12:40pm
 Yanhui Gao1, Hiroshi Dozono1, Sykulski2
 A DGTD Method Using
 Kazuhiro Muramatsu1, Weimin Guan2, 1: Zhejiang University, China, China,
 Cuihua Tian2, Jiaxin Yuan2, Baichao People's Republic of; 2: University of Nonconforming Curved
 Chen2, Hamed Hamzehbahmani3 Southampton, U.K Elements to Solve
 1: Saga University, Japan; 2: Wuhan Electromagnetic Scattering by
 University, China; 3: Durham University, Rounded Boundaries
 UK 12:20pm - 12:40pm Marlon Jesus Lizarazo Urbina, Fidel
 Edson de Souza, Elson José da
 Reliability-Based Design Silva, Renato Cardoso Mesquita
 Optimization of a Permanent Federal University of Minas Gerais,
 Magnet Motor under Brazil
 Manufacturing Tolerance and
 Temperature Fluctuation
 Dong-Hun Kim1, Jongsu Lim1,
 Jaegyeong Mun1, Yejin Kwak1,
 Byungsu Kang1, K. K. Choi2
 1: Kyungpook National University,
 Korea, Republic of (South Korea); 2:
 Univ. of Iowa, USA

 12:40pm - 1:00pm
 Magnetic Properties
 Identification by Using a Pareto
 Optimal Multi-Fidelity Neural
 Marco Baldan1, Paolo Di Barba2,
 Bernard Nacke1
 1: Leibniz University Hannover,
 Hannover, Germany, Germany; 2:
 University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy
1:00pm M_P1: Devices&Applications #A M_P2: Static and QuasiStatic Fields M_P3: Material Modeling
 - Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area Location: Poster Area
2:00pm Chair: Prof. Christos S. Antonopoulos Chair: Prof. Igor Tsukerman Chair: Prof. Ermanno Cardelli
 Chair: Prof. Atsushi Kamitani Chair: Hiroyuki Kaimori Chair: Dr. Alice Reinbacher-Koestinger
 Chair: Dr. Kengo Sugahara

 Robust Design and Analysis of A Complex Analytic Numerical
 an Asymmetric-Excited Linear Technique for Finite Permeability Modelling of Open Cell Metal
 Flux Reversal Permanent Magnet Polygonal Magnets Foam with Plateau Borders by
 Machine for Long Stroke Direct 1
 Ernst Huijer , Joseph Malkoun 2 Implicit Surfaces
 Drive Propulsion 1: American University of Beirut, Yuya Hanaoka1, Taku Itoh2, Susumu
 Yiming Shen, Qinfen Lu Lebanon (Lebanese Republic); 2: Notre Nakata3, Keiko Watanabe4
 Zhejiang University, China, People's Dame University-Louaize 1: Graduate School of Industrial
 Republic of Technology, Nihon University, Japan; 2:
 College of Industrial Technology, Nihon
 University, Japan; 3: College of
 Design and Analysis of Fractal Information Science and Engineering,
 Hybrid Circuit-Field Model Using Artificial Magnetic Conductor Ritsumeikan University, Japan; 4:
 an Average Approach for Power Metasurfaces Using Generalized College of Science and Engineering,
 Boundary Conditions Ritsumeikan University, Japan
 Felipe Gonzalez-Montanez1, Rafael Guilherme Lopes de Figueiredo
 Escarela-Perez1, Enrique Melgoza- Brandao1, Icaro V. Soares2, Elson J.
 Vazquez2, Victor Jimenez- Silva1, Ursula C. Resende2 A Novel Anisotropic Vector Play
 Mondragon1, Juan Carlos Olivares- 1: Federal University of Minas Gerais, Model Taking Account of the
 Galvan1 Brazil; 2: Federal Center for Rotating Magnetic Fields
 1: Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Technological Education of Minas
 Gerais, Lixun Zhu1, Weimin Wu1, Kaiyuan
 Mexico; 2: Instituto Tecnologico de
 Lu1,2, Chang-seop Koh3
 1: Shanghai Maritime University, China,
 People's Republic of; 2: Aalborg
 Contactless Eddy Current University; 3: Chungbuk National
 Sensing for Carbon Fiber University

Design of a 12-Stator-Slot/4- Reinforced Polymer Defect
Rotor-Pole Synchronous Detection
Reluctance Motor with Bingnan Wang1, Akira Hotta2 Effective Deperming Protocols
Concentrate Windings and 1: Mitsubishi Electric Research Considering Magnetic Coercivity
Skewed Rotor Laboratories, United States of America; Distributions in Preisach Model
 2: Advanced R&D Center, Mitsubishi
Gan Zhang, Yifan Li, Junming Zhu, for Magnetic Stealth of Warship
 Electric Corporation, Amagasaki, Japan
Wei Hua, Ming Cheng Sang Hyeon Im1, Ho Yeong Lee1,
Southeast University, China, People's Hyun Ju Chung2, Gwan Soo Park1
Republic of 1: Pusan National University, Korea,
 Modeling of Twisted Wire Republic of (South Korea); 2: Maritime
 Bundles in Toroidal Inductors Technology Research Institute-1st
 Using a Multi-Axial Sliced Finite Directorate
A Novel Parallel Consequent
 Element Model
Pole Machine With Dual-Sided
Permanent Magnets Jay Panchal1, Antti Lehikoinen2,
 Paavo Rasilo1 Demagnetization Technique with
Ling Qin, Hui Yang, Shuhua Fang,
 1: Tampere University, Finland; 2: Compensation Considering the
Zhenbao Pan, Yao Meng, Heyun Lin
 Smeklab Oy, Finland Effects of Earth’s Magnetic Field
Southeast University, China, People's
Republic of for Magnetic Stealth Submarine
 Sang Hyeon Im, Ho Yeong Lee, Dae
 2D BEM Computation of Power Yong Um, Hyun Ju Chung, Gwan Soo
 Losses in Multiple Thin Park
Analysis of Axial Field Switched 1: Pusan National University, Korea,
 Conductive Shields
Flux Memory Machine by a Republic of (South Korea); 2: Maritime
Combined Analytical Method Pasquale Cambareri, Luca Di Rienzo
 Technology Research Institute-1st
 Politecnico di Milano, Italy Directorate
Ling Qin, Hui Yang, Shuhua Fang,
Zhenbao Pan, Yao Meng, Heyun Lin
Southeast University, China, People's
Republic of Eddy Current Nondestructive Numerical Simulation of
 Testing for Wall Thickness Superconducting Linear
 Detection Acceleration System:
Study on Pole/Slot Combinations Perla Malago, Michael Ortner Improvement of Achievable
for Pole-changing Line-start Silicon Austria Labs, Microsystem Speed of Pellet Container
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Technologies - Sensor Systems, A-
 Teruou Takayama1, Takazumi
Motor 9524 Villach, Austria
 Yamaguchi2, Ayumu Saitoh1, Atsushi
Mengmeng Tian1, Xiuhe Wang2, Kamitani1
Zhonghua Wang1, Wenliang Zhao2 1: Yamagata University, Japan; 2:
1: University of Jinan, China, People's Magnetostatic Field Simulation SOKENDAI, Japan
Republic of; 2: Shandong University, with a Data Set as Material Model
China, People's Republic of
 Herbert De Gersem1, Armin
 Galetzka1, Ion Gabriel Ion1, Dimitrios Implementation of the Magnetic
 Loukrezis1, Ulrich Römer2 Anisotropy in 2D Finite Element
Design and Analysis of a 1: TU Darmstadt, Germany; 2: TU Method Using the Theory of
Variable-Flux Memory Machine Braunschweig, Germany
 Orientation Distribution
with Series PM Configuration Functions
and Negative-Saliency Feature Guilherme Costa Ayres Tolentino1,
Shukuan Zhang, Ping Zheng, Yong High-Order Frequency Jean Vianei Leite2, Guillaume Parent1,
Liu, Mingqiao Wang, Guangyuan Derivatives in Variational Eddy Nelson Jhoe Batistela2
Qiao, Faliang Liu Current System 1: Université d'Artois, France; 2:
Harbin Institute of Technology, China, Seung Eun Rho, Seung-Geon Hong, Universidade Federal de Santa
People's Republic of Catarina, Brasil
 Il Han Park
 Sungkyunkwan University, Korea,
 Republic of (South Korea)
Design and Analysis of Novel Hysteresis Modeling of
Arc-Linear Variable Flux Magnetical Shape Memory Alloy
Permanent Magnet Machine With A New FEM-BEM Coupling for Actuator Based on Volterra
Dual-PM Excitation the 2-D Laplace Problem Series
Zhenbao Pan, Shuhua Fang, Ling Lobry Jacques Yewei Yu1, Chen Zhang1, Zhiwu Han2,
Qin, Yao Meng Miaolei Zhou1
 University of Mons - Faculty of
School of Electrical Engineering, engineering, Belgium 1: Department of Control Science and
Southeast University, Nanjing 210096, Engineering, Jilin University,
China Changchun 130022, China; 2: Key
 Laboratory of Bionic Engineering,
 Improved Meshless Method for Ministry of Education, Jilin University,
 Calculating Ion Flow Field of Changchun 130022, China
Compact Triplex-layer
 HVDC-HVAC Parallel Lines with
Metamaterial Design for Wireless
 Transverse Wind

Power Transfer Efficiency Degui Yao1, Zhanchao Si2, Leilei
 Dual-Narrowband and Dual-
Enhancement Wang1, Fan Yang2, Jianzhuang
 Zhang3, Guangzhou Wang1, Yuan Li1 Polarized Tunable Absorber
Jingying Liu1, Jing Zhou1,2, Hui Sun1 Based on Magnetically
 1: State Grid Henan Electric Power
1: College of Electrical Engineering, Controlled Liquid Crystal
 Corporation Research Institute, Henan,
Zhejiang University, China; 2:
 Zhengzhou, China; 2: State Key Fan-Yi Meng1, Jianfeng Lv1, Weinan
Polytechnic Institute, Zhejiang
 Laboratory of Power Transmission Li2, Chang Ding1, Jianqiao Han1,
 Equipment & System Security and New Guohui Yang1, Qun Wu1
 Technology, Chongqing, China; 3: State 1: Harbin Institute of Technology, China,
 Grid Henan Electric Power Corporation, People's Republic of; 2: Beijing Institute
Torque Characteristic Analyses Henan, Zhengzhou, China of Control and Electronic Technology,
and Multi-Objective Optimization China
of Less-Rare-Earth Interior
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Fast Magnetic Field Analysis by
Machines Used for Electric Using Nonconforming Infinite Considering non-linearity on
Vehicles Edge Element Method with Conducting Materials for
Weinan Wang1, Mingqiao Wang1, Reference Line Performing FE Lightning
Ping Zheng1,2, Yong Liu1, Zhenxing Tomoki Sudo1, Takuya Yokoyama1, Transitory Analysis
Fu1 Shinji Wakao1, Keiichiro Kondo1, Leandro de Medeiros Sebastião1,
1: School of Electrical Engineering & Keigo Ukita2 João Pedro Assumpção Bastos2,
Automation, Harbin Institute of 1: Waseda University, Japan; 2: Vilson Luiz Coelho3
Technology, Harbin 150080, China; 2: Railway Technical Research Institute, 1: Instituto Federal de Educação,
State Key Laboratory of Robotics and Japan Ciência e Tecnologia de Santa
System, Harbin Institute of Technology, Catarina, Brazil; 2: Universidade
Harbin 150080, China Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil; 3:
 Faculdade SATC, Brazil
 Numerical Simulation In Voltage
 Withstand Using Electro-
Induction Motor Analysis by
 Quasistatic and Darwin Models
Considering Hysteresis Loops in
 Houssein Taha1, Zuqi Tang1, Thomas Research on the Influence of
Stator and Rotor Thickness and Structures on
 Henneron1, Yvonnick Le Menach1,
Katsumi Yamazaki, Shinichiro Benjamin Goursaud2, Jean-Pierre Magnetic Energy Loss for
Kokubu Ducreux2 Terfenol-D Magnetostrictive
Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan 1: Univ. Lille, Arts et Metiers Paris Tech, Material
 Centrale Lille, HEI, EA 2697, L2EP, F- Wenmei Huang, Cunheng Yan,
 59000 Lille, France; 2: EDF, 91120 Xiaoqing Wu, Ling Weng, Wenrong
 Palaiseau, France Yang
A Study on Output Torque
Analysis and High Efficiency Hebei University of Technology, China
Driving Method of BLDC Motor
Jin-Hyung Yoo, Tae-Uk Jung A Full Preconditioning Approach
Kyungnam University, Korea, Republic for Nonlinear Time-Harmonic Research on the Influence of
of (South Korea) Eddy-Current Analysis Two Stack Structures on Eddy
 Hideaki Nagamine1, Takeshi Mifune1, Current Loss of Giant
 Tetsuji Matsuo1, Yasuhito Magnetostrictive Materials
 2 2
 Takahashi , Koji Fujiwara
Effect of Pole and Slot Wenmei Huang, Cunheng Yan,
 1: Kyoto University, Japan; 2: Doshisha Xiaoqing Wu, Ling Weng, Wenrong
Combination on the AC Joule University, Japan Yang
Loss of Open-Slot PMSM using
 Hebei University of Technology, China
MSO Coil
Soo-Hwan Park1,2, Eui-Chun Lee1,2,
Gi-Ju Lee1,3, Soon-O Kwon1, Myung- A Finite Element Implementation
Seop Lim2 of the Iterative Scalar Potential Analysis of a Magnetostrictive
1: Mechatronics Technology Method for the Computation of Harvester with a Fully Coupled
Convergence R&D Group, Korea Eddy Currents Nonlinear FEM modeling
Institute of Industrial Technology, Oszkar Biro1, Miklos Gyimesi2 Valerio Apicella1, Carmine Stefano
Daegu 42994, Republic of Korea; 2: 1: Institute of Fundamentals and Theory Clemente2, Daniele Davino1, Vincenzo
Department of Automotive Engineering, in Electrical Engineering, Austria; 2: Paolo Loschiavo1
Hanyang University, Seoul 04763, Retired Technical Lead of
Republic of Korea; 3: Department of 1: Department of Engineering,
 Electromagnetics/Multiphysics at University of Sannio, 82100 Benevento,
Electrical Engineering, Kyungpook ANSYS and ESI
National University, Daegu 41556, Italy; 2: Department of Energy,
Republic of Korea Systems, Territory and Construction
 Engineering, University of Pisa, 56122
 Pisa, Italy
 Fast Time-domain Solution of
 Dynamic Electromagnetic
Comparison of Demagnetization Problems based on Sinc
Characteristics between Radial Interpolation Ring Cores of Soft Ferrite in
and Parallel Magnetization in
 Ze Guo1, Shuhong Wang2, Zuqi Power Electronics: a Macro-
Surface-Mounted PM Machines
 Tang3, Zhuoxiang Ren4
Yidong Du, Lijian Wu, Youtong Fang

Zhejiang University, China, People's 1: Institute of Electrical Engineering, Magnetic Approach to the
Republic of Chinese Academy of Science, 100190, Modelling in Time Domain
 Beijing, China; 2: State Key Laboratory
 Simone Quondam Antonio, Hari
 of Electrical Insulation and Power
 Prasad Rimal, AbdelRahman
 Equipment, Shaanxi Key Laboratory of
Novel Π-Core Doubly-Fed Doubly Smart Grid,School of Electrical Ghanim, Antonio Faba, Ermanno
Salient PM Machine with Engineering, Xi'an Jiaotong University,
 University of Perugia - Department of
Armature Windings Wound 28 West Xianning Rd, Xi’an 710049,
 China; 3: Univ. Lille, Arts et Metiers Engineering, Center of Magnetics
around Stator and Rotor Teeth Innovative Technologies (CMIT)
 Paris Tech, Centrale Lille, HEI, EA
Guangqiang Ming, Lijian Wu, Liu
 2697, L2EP, F-59000 Lille, France; 4:
Zhang, Jiabei Zhu, Qinfen Lu
 Sorbonne University, UR2, L2E, F-
Zhejiang University, China, People's 75005 Paris, France
Republic of Three-dimensional Analysis of
 Soft Magnetic Composite Using
 Discrete Element Method in
 Novel Basis Functions for Non- Frequency Domain
Novel Doubly-Fed Doubly Salient simplicial Polyhedral Elements Hayaho Sato, Hajime Igarashi
PM Machine with Armature
 Silvano Pitassi, Francesco Trevisan, Graduate School of Information Science
Windings Wound around Stator Ruben Specogna and Technology, Hokkaido University,
and Rotor Teeth Sapporo, Japan
 EMCLab, DPIA, Università di Udine,
Guangqiang Ming, Lijian Wu, Liu Udine, Italy
Zhang, Jiabei Zhu
Zhejiang University, China, People's
Republic of A Novel Deperming Protocols to
 Real cohomology in eddy current Reduce a Demagnetizing Time
 Finite Elements software and Improve the Performance for
 Silvano Pitassi1, Paweł Dłotko2, the Magnetic Silence of Warship
Analysis Accuracy in Positioning Ruben Specogna1
 Sang Hyeon Im, Ho Yeong Lee, Gwan
Calculation for Three-Degree-of-
 1: EMCLab, Polytechnic Department of Soo Park
Freedom Spherical Actuator Engineering and Architecture, University Pusan National University, Korea,
Hirotsugu Fusayasu , Yuji of Udine, Udine, Italy; 2: Department of Republic of (South Korea)
Masuyama1, Katsuhiro Hirata2, Mathematics, Swansea University,
Noboru Niguchi2, Kazuaki Takahara2 Swansea, UK
1: Panasonic Corporation, Japan; 2:
Osaka University, Japan Analysis of Magnetic
 Deformation of a Transformer
 A Two-Step Darwin Time Domain under DC-Bias Based on
 Formulation for Quasistatic Measuring and Modeling of
A Novel Structure of Fly-back Electromagnetic Field Magnetostriction
Switching Power Convertor and Calculations 1,3 1
its Design Method Zhen Wang , Yanli Zhang , Ziyan
 Markus Clemens1, Bernhard Kähne1, Ren1, Dexin Xie1, O.A. Mohammed2,
Yingying Wang, Jiahui Huang, Andreas Bartel1, Michael Günther1, Chang Seop Koh3
Weinong Fu Sebastian Schöps2 1: Shenyang University of Technology,
1: China University of Mining and 1: University of Wuppertal, Germany; 2: China, People's Republic of; 2: Florida
Technology, Beijing, China, People's Technische Universität Darmstadt International University, Miami, Florida,
Republic of; 2: The Hong Kong USA; 3: Chungbuk National University,
Polytechnic University, Kowloon, Hong Cheongju, Chungbuk, KOREA
 Parallel-in-space-and-time Finite-
 element Analysis of Electric
 Machines using Domain Eddy Current Loss in Grain-
A Study on 140 kW Interior Decomposition and Time- Oriented Steel Laminations due
Permanent Magnet Synchronous periodic Finite-element Method to Normal Leakage Flux
Motor for Traction of Railway
 Yasuhito Takahashi1, Koji Fujiwara1, Wei Wang1, Arne Nysveen1, Niklas
Cars for SVPWM and 6-Step
 Takeshi Iwashita2, Hiroshi Magnusson2
Control Considering Totally Nakashima 3
 1: Norwegian University of Science and
Closed Cooling System 1: Doshisha University, Japan; 2: Technology, Norway; 2: SINTEF Energy
Hyungkwan Jang1, Hyunwoo Kim1, Hokkaido University, Japan; 3: Kyoto Research
Changsung Jin2, Ju Lee1 University, Japan
1: Hanyang University, Korea, Republic
of (South Korea); 2: Wonkwang
University, Korea, Republic of (South Power Losses in DC-biased Iron
Korea) New Magic Formulas Powder Inductors
 Demonstration shows Simone Quondam Antonio, Hari
 Unexpected Features of Prasad Rimal, AbdelRahman M
 Geometrically Defined Matrices Ghanim, Antonio Faba, Ermanno
Equivalent Magnetic Circuit of for Polyhedral Grids Cardelli
External Rotor SPMSM University of Perugia, Italy
 Silvano Pitassi1, Riccardo Ghiloni2,
considering Magnetization Ruben Specogna1
Distribution of Multi-Pole PM

Jae-Hyun Kim, Min-Ro Park, Soo- 1: DPIA-Università di Udine, Udine,
 Measurement and Modeling of
Gyung Lee, Kyoung-Soo Cha, Italy; 2: DMATH-Universtià di Trento,
Myung-Seop Lim Trento, Italy Surface Rotational
Hanyang University, Korea, Republic of Magnetostriction Characteristics
(South Korea) in the Core Laminated from
 Grain-Oriented Electrical Steel
 Modeling of Domain Wall Zhen Wang1,3, Yanli Zhang1, Ziyan
 Associated Eddy Current in Ren1, Dexin Xie1, O.A. Mohammed2,
A Novel Structure of Silicon Steels Chang Seop Koh3
Electromagnetic Lead Screw for Weimin Guan1, Yanhui Gao2, 1: Shenyang University of Technology,
Wave Energy Converter Kazuhiro Muramatsu2, Hamed China, People's Republic of; 2: Florida
Lixun Zhu1, Jiacheng Jiang1, Weimin Hamzehbahmani3 International University, Miami, Florida,
Wu1, Kaiyuan Lu1,2, Chang-seop Koh3 1: Wuhan University, China; 2: Saga USA; 3: Chungbuk National University,
1: Shanghai Maritime University, China, University, Japan; 3: Durham University, Cheongju, Chungbuk, KOREA
People's Republic of; 2: Aalborg UK
University; 3: Chungbuk National
 Modeling of a Fragmented
 A Mathematical Modeling of End Composite for Shielding
 Effect according to Design Applications
Performance Analysis of High- Variables for the Spoke-Type Paul Clérico1, Xavier Mininger2,
Speed Permanent Magnet Motor IPMSM Laurent Prévond3, Thierry Baudin1,
With Multi-Layer Unequal Turn Jun-Yeol Ryu, Sung-Woo Hwang, Anne-Laure Helbert1
Winding Based on Winding Myung-seop Lim 1: ICMMO, SP2M, Univ. Paris-Sud,
Function Hanyang University, Korea, Republic of Université Paris-Saclay, UMR CNRS
Shuaijun Chu, Deliang Liang, (South Korea) 8182, France; 2: GeePs, CNRS,
Shaofeng Jia, Yang Liang, Yiyan Su CentraleSupélec, Univ. Paris-Sud,
 Université Paris-Saclay, Sorbonne
Xi 'an jiaotong university, China,
 Université, France; 3: SATIE-Cnam,
People's Republic of
 Acceleration Performance of H- ENS Paris Saclay, Univ. Paris-Sud,
 Matrix-Based Variable UMR CNRS 8029, France
 Preconditioning for GMRES in
Eddy-current Force Minimization Shielding Current Analysis
in High-speed Linear Atsushi Kamitani, Teruou Takayama, Improved Gyrator-Capacitor
Synchronous Motor for Ayumu Saitoh Model and Its Parameter
Electromagnetic Launch System Yamagata University, Japan Optimization
Song Chi, Jianhu Yan, Jian Guo Huiying Zhang, Mingxing Tian, Pei
Nanjing University of Science and Jing
Technology, China, People's Republic Lanzhou Jiaotong University, China,
of Comparison Of The Magnetic
 Field Strength Between Frusta People's Republic of
 And Cuboidal Permanent
3D Hybrid Model of an Ideal but James Lawrence Grady OConnell, Mathematical Models for
True Toroidal Flux Machine William Samuel Parker Robertson, Numerical Calculations of a
Theo Carpi, Yvan Lefevre, Jean- Benjamin Seth Cazzolato High-Temperature
François Llibre School of Mechanical Engineering, The Superconducting Tape Stack
Laboratoire Laplace, France University of Adelaide, Adelaide 5005,
 Ekaterina Kurbatova1, Pavel
 Kurbatov1, Yurii Kulaev1, Mikhail
Loss Reduction and Design 1: National Research University
Optimization of Permanent Research on Adjustable "Moscow Power Engineering Institute",
 Magnetic Hybrid-Excited Axial Russian Federation; 2: Bauman
Magnet-Brushless DC Motor Moscow State Technical University,
With Maximum Power Density Field Flux-Switching Machines
 Russian Federation
Mahmud Ghasemi Bijan1, Ahmed Rui Wang, Xu Zhang, Wei Zhang,
Khebir1, Ammar B. Kouki2 Xingyan Liang, Shuang shuang
1: ElectroMagneticWorks Inc., Canada; Zhang
2: Electrical Engineering Department, NanTong University, China, People's Analysis of Currents in HTS Tape
École de Technologie Supérieure, Republic of Using Numerical Calculations
Montreal, QC,Canada and Equivalent Circuits
 Ekaterina Kurbatova, Pavel Kurbatov,
 Boundary Integral Formulation Pavel Dergachev, Yurii Kulaev
Design of a Novel Claw-Poles Enforcing High-order Surface National Research University "Moscow
 Power Engineering Institute", Russian
Transverse Flux Permanent Impedance Boundary Conditions Federation
Magnetic Motor based on Hybrid for Axisymmetric Eddy Current
Stator Core Problems
Wenjing Zhang, Yanliang Xu Shuli Yin1,2, Xikui Ma1, Youpeng
Shandong University, P.R.China, China, Huangfu , Luca Di Rienzo
 2 Anisotropic Congruency-Based
People's Republic of Vector Hysteresis Model Applied

1: State Key Laboratory of Electrical to Non-Oriented Laminated
 Insulation and Power Equipment - Xi’an Steels
 Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China; 2:
Presentation of a Novel Disk Reza Zeinali, Dave Kropp, Elena
 Politecnico di Milano - Dipartimento di
Transverse Flux Motor and a Lomonova
 Elettronica, Informazione e
Schwarz-Christoffel-Based Bioingegneria, Milan, Italy Eindhoven University of Technology,
 Netherlands, The
Method for Its Analysis
Wenjing Zhang, Yanliang Xu
Shandong University, P.R.China, China, Mirror Symmetry in Integral
People's Republic of
 Formulations for Eddy Currents
 Mauro Passarotto1, Daniel Klis2,
 Oliver Rain2, Ruben Specogna1
Design and Analysis of Line-start 1: EMCLab, Università di Udine, Italy; 2:
Permanent Magnet Linear Robert Bosch GmbH, Renningen,
Synchronous Motor Germany
Song Chi, Jianhu Yan, Jian Guo
Nanjing University of Science and
Technology, China, People's Republic Dielectric Design Methodology
of Of Power Transformers Based
 On The Cumulative Stress
Design and Analysis of the Odirlan Iaronka1, João Pedro
45kW-class Double Rotor- Assumpção Bastos2, Walter Pereira
Permanent Magnet Synchronous Carpes Jr.2
Motor for Traction of Tram 1: WEG - Transmission and Distribution,
Vehicles Brazil; 2: Universidade Federal de
 Santa Catarina, Brazil
Chan-Bae Park1, Hyung-Woo Lee1,
Geochul Jeong2, Ik-Hyun Jo1, Jae-
Hyeon Lim1, Jae-Bum Lee1, Taehyung
Kim3 Electromechanical Analysis of
1: Korea National University of Red Blood Cell under AC Electric
Transportation, Korea, Republic of Field
(South Korea); 2: Hanyang University;
3: University of Michigan-Dearborn Boonchai Techaumnat, Nitipong
 Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Performance Comparisons of
Vernier Permanent-Magnet Motor
 Losses Computation in Thin
and Flux-Switching Permanent-
 Conductive Sheaths of Power
Magnet Motor for Electric
 Cables via an Integral Approach
Vehicles 1 1
 Luca Giussani , Luca Di Rienzo ,
Christopher H. T. Lee1,2, K. K. Bhalla2,
 Massimo Bechis2, Carlo de Falco1
J. Mei2, L. V. Lyer3, James L. Kirtley2
 1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2:
1: School of Electrical and Electronic
 Prysmian S.p.A.
Engineering, Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore 639798; 2:
Research Laboratory of Electronics,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, An h- Cell-Method Formulation
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA; 3: Magna
International Inc., MI 48098, USA
 for Solving Eddy-Current
 Problems in Multiply-Connected
 Domains Without Cuts
 Federico Moro1, Jasmin Smajic2,
A Slot-less PM Synchronous Lorenzo Codecasa3
Motor with Soft Magnetic 1: Università di Padova, Dipartimento di
Composite for Electric Power Ingegneria Industriale, Padova, Italy; 2:
Steering Institute of Electromagnetic Fields,
Takeo Ishikawa, Shogo Ogata Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
 (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland; 3:
Gunma University, Japan
 Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento di
 Elettronica, Informazione e
 Bioingegneria, Milano, Italy
Characteristics Analysis of
Doubly Fed Magnetic Geared
Motor with the Single and Dual An Approach of Calculating
Frequency Controls Electric Field in Sub-regional
Hyeongyu Min, Homin Shin, Layered Soil
Junghwan Chang

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