Here’s an informal list of my publications, along with some of my thoughts about them. For a more structured list with full author information etc., go to my Researchgate profile.

First-Author Publications

Reduced Basis Finite Element Modelling of Electrical Machines with Multi-Conductor Windings,  ICEM, 2016.

I proposed a reduced-basis approach for light-weight analysis of stranded or multi-turn windings at high frequencies. Full AC-losses (with skin/proximity effects and circulating currents both) can be accurately computed by the method, with significantly reduced computational times compared to the standard FEM procedure.

Time-Stepping 3D-Reluctance Network Analysis of an Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Machine, EPNC, 2016.

I took part in an EU project to develop a novel axial-flux permanent magnet machine for vehicle applications. I was responsible for implementing a fast reluctance network based design software. The software featured e.g. a fully parametric machine model, a time-stepping nonlinear solver with circuit coupling, and an efficient method for handling network topology changes due to motion.

Monte Carlo Analysis of Circulating Currents in Random-Wound Electrical Machines, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2016.

I analyzed the statistical properties of circulating currents in high-speed induction motors, both with a circuit model and the lightweight stranded-conductor FEM model I had published earlier. The results were quite good, but I still think I could improve my randomization approach.

Efficient Finite Element Computation of Circulating Currents in Thin Parallel Strands, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2015.

I proposed a simple FEM model for modelling stranded conductors with an arbitrary winding connection and the number of strands. Works fine unless the conductors are very thick (w.r.t. skin depth).

A Systematic Approach for Solving Coupled Reluctance Network and Finite Element Models, International Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (Compumag), 2015.

A conference paper about coupling reluctance networks to the magnetic scalar potential FEM approach. As typically, I focused on the ease of implementation on the software side.

Efficient Finite Element Computation of Circulating Currents in Thin Parallel Strands, Compumag, 2015.

A conference paper preceding the TMag paper by the same title.

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Minor First-Author Publications and Presentations

Finite-Element Computation of Circulating Currents in Stranded Windings, DPEEE Summer Conference, 2015.

Spectral Stochastic Finite Element Method for Electromagnetic Problems with Random Geometry, RTU ECCE, 2014.

Design of Axial Flux Switching Permanent Magnet Machine for Electric Vehicle Application, DPEEE Summer Conference, 2014.

Spectral Stochastic FEM for Electromagnetic Problems with Random Conductor Locations, 14th International Symposium “TOPICAL PROBLEMS IN THE FIELD OF ELECTRICAL AND POWER ENGINEERING”, 2014.

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Third-Author Publications

A Novel Rotational Single Sheet Tester Design, EPNC, 2016.

I programmed a simple parametrized reluctance network model for designing a six-axis stressing device for magnetomechanical measurements.

Homogenization Technique for Axially Laminated Rotors of Synchronous Reluctance Machines, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2015.

A homogenization appoach that is simple, effective and generalizable – just the way I like it. Not my idea, but I helped with treating sparse matrices on Matlab.

Coupled Magneto-Mechanical Analysis of Iron Sheets Under Biaxial Stress, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2015.

I contributed the same reluctance network model as to the EPNC paper above.

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