Industrial Application of Electromagnetics
Fundamental aspects of electromagnetic field theory and its application is studied.
Electromagnetic phenomena are found continuously in a plethora of natural and industrial settings. Electromagnetic phenomena are behind the light that we use to enjoy a sight to the beat of the heart sustaining life. Electromagnetic phenomena are behind the motion of nano-robots to the activation of giant sized generators used in hydropower stations. The laws governing these phenomena are well defined by Maxwell’s equations, which are used in one or other form in the study of almost all the engineering applications of electromagnetic phenomena.
Research in this group is dedicated to modern industrial applications of electromagnetism. Basic approach is based on solving Maxwell’s equations for static, quasi-static, and dynamic phenomena. The different applications currently under study are induction heating, quasi-static analysis of sensors exploiting electromagnetic phenomena, estimating parameters of complex cable structures.
|Electric Drive Modelling||Dietmar Winkler||Assistant Professor|
|Energy Loss Reduction||Magne Waskaas||Professor, PhD|
|Gas Insulated Switchgear||Thomas Øyvang||Assistant Professor|
|Induction Heating||Svein Thore Hagen||Professor, PhD|
|Tomography||Saba Mylvaganam||Professor, PhD|