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2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT)

ICIT focuses on industrial and manufacturing applications of electronics, controls, communications, instrumentation, and computational intelligence.


2020 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting (PESGM)

The Annual IEEE PES General Meeting will bring together over 2900 attendees for technical sessions, administrative sessions, super sessions, poster sessions, student programs, awards ceremonies, committee meetings, tutorials and more


ICASSP 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)

The ICASSP meeting is the world's largest and most comprehensive technical conference focused on signal processing and its applications. The conference will feature world-class speakers, tutorials, exhibits, and over 50 lecture and poster sessions.


2019 IEEE 23rd International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design (CSCWD)

Collaboration technologies and applications to the design of processes, products, systems, and services in industries and societies. Application domains include aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, construction, logistics, transportation, power and energy, healthcare, infrastructure, administration, social networks, and entertainment.


2019 IEEE 90th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2019-Fall)

The scope of this conference will include the following fields of interests: Antenna Systems, Propagation, and RF Design, Signal Transmission and Reception, Spectrum Sharing, Spectrum Management, and Cognitive Radio, Multiple Antenna Systems and Cooperative Communications, Radio Access Technology and Heterogeneous Networks, Green Communications and Networks, IoT, M2M, Sensor Networks, and Ad-Hoc Networking, Wireless Networks: Protocols, Security and Services , Positioning, Navigation and Mobile Satellite System, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Communications, Vehicular Networks, and Telematics, Electric Vehicles, Vehicular Electronics, and Intelligent Transportation, Future Trends and Emerging Technologies

  • 2018 IEEE 88th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC-Fall)

    The technical scope of VTC2018-Spring includes:Ad-hoc, Mesh, and Sensor NetworksAntennas and Propagation and RF DesignCognitive Radio and Spectrum SensingCooperative Communications, Distributed MIMO and RelayingMobile Networks, Applications and ServicesMultiple Antenna Systems and ServicesSatellite Networks, Positioning Technologies, Localization and NavigationTransmission Technologies and Communication TheoryTransportation, Vehicular Networks, and Vehicular Electronics and Telematics; Wireless AccessWireless Networks and SecurityHealth, Body-Area and Medical Device NetworksGreen NetworksMedium access control and routing protocolsNarrowband, wideband and ultra-widebandPHY and MAC layer designChannel modeling, equalization, synchronization, modulation and codingOFDM, CDMA, WiMAXLTE AdvancedITS, Car-to-car, and Car-to-X

  • 2017 IEEE 86th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC-Fall)

    The technical scope of VTC2017-Fall includes:Ad-hoc, Mesh, and Sensor NetworksAntennas and Propagation and RF DesignCognitive Radio and Spectrum SensingCooperative Communications, Distributed MIMO and RelayingMobile Networks, Applications and ServicesMultiple Antenna Systems and ServicesSatellite Networks, Positioning Technologies, Localization and NavigationTransmission Technologies and Communication TheoryTransportation, Vehicular Networks, and Vehicular Electronics and TelematicsWireless AccessWireless Networks and SecurityHealth, Body-Area and Medical Device NetworksGreen NetworksMedium access control and routing protocolsNarrowband, wideband and ultra-widebandPHY and MAC layer designChannel modeling, equalization, synchronization, modulation and codingOFDM, CDMA, WiMAXLTE AdvancedITS, Car-to-car, and Car-to-X

  • 2016 IEEE 84th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC-Fall)

    The technical scope of VTC2014-Spring includes:Ad-hoc, Mesh, and Sensor NetworksAntennas and Propagation and RF DesignCognitive Radio and Spectrum SensingCooperative Communications, Distributed MIMO and RelayingMobile Networks, Applications and ServicesMultiple Antenna Systems and ServicesSatellite Networks, Positioning Technologies, Localization and NavigationTransmission Technologies and Communication TheoryTransportation, Vehicular Networks, and Vehicular Electronics and TelematicsWireless AccessWireless Networks and SecurityHealth, Body-Area and Medical Device NetworksGreen NetworksMedium access control and routing protocolsNarrowband, wideband and ultra-widebandPHY and MAC layer designChannel modeling, equalization, synchronization, modulation and codingOFDM, CDMA, WiMAXLTE AdvancedITS, Car-to-car, and Car-to-X

  • 2015 IEEE 82nd Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall)

    The technical scope of VTC2014-Spring includes:Ad-hoc, Mesh, and Sensor NetworksAntennas and Propagation and RF DesignCognitive Radio and Spectrum SensingCooperative Communications, Distributed MIMO and RelayingMobile Networks, Applications and ServicesMultiple Antenna Systems and ServicesSatellite Networks, Positioning Technologies, Localization and NavigationTransmission Technologies and Communication TheoryTransportation, Vehicular Networks, and Vehicular Electronics and TelematicsWireless AccessWireless Networks and SecurityHealth, Body-Area and Medical Device NetworksGreen NetworksMedium access control and routing protocolsNarrowband, wideband and ultra-widebandPHY and MAC layer designChannel modeling, equalization, synchronization, modulation and codingOFDM, CDMA, WiMAXLTE AdvancedITS, Car-to-car, and Car-to-X

  • 2014 IEEE 80th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall)

    VTC will bring together individuals from academia, industry and government to discuss and exchange ideas in the fields of mobile, wireless and vehicular technology as well as the applications and services associated with such technology. Features include world-class plenary speakers, panel sessions, tutorials, and both technical and application-based sessions.

  • 2013 IEEE 78th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall)

    VTC will bring together individuals from academia, industry and government to discuss and exchange ideas in the fields of mobile, wireless and vehicular technology as well as the applications and services associated with such technology. Features include world-class plenary speakers, panel sessions, tutorials, and both technical and application-based sessions.

  • 2012 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall)

    VTC will bring together individuals from academia, industry and government to discuss and exchange ideas in the fields of mobile, wireless and vehicular technology as well as the applications and services associated with such technology. Features include world-class plenary speakers, panel sessions, tutorials, and both technical and application-based sessions.

  • 2011 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall)

    VTC will bring together individuals from academia, industry and government to discuss and exchange ideas in the fields of mobile, wireless and vehicular technology as well as the applications and services associated with such technology. Features include world-class plenary speakers, panel sessions, tutorials, and both technical and application-based sessions.

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  • 2001 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC 2001-Fall)

  • 2000 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC 2000-Fall)

  • 1999 IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC-99/FALL)


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A laser-magnetic tomography for HTSC film

IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 1995

The experimental results of the film parameter evaluation based on recording detective coil signal produced by the film in external or remanent magnetic field subject to a laser pulse at any specific spot in the film are presented. The mechanisms of the film response to the laser irradiation based on Bean- like model for the inhomogeneous superconductive film are discussed.<>


Acquiring and deploying "software ICs"

IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine, 2000

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Domain Wall Motion and Eddy Current Losses in Very Thin 3% Si-Fe Core

IEEE Translation Journal on Magnetics in Japan, 1994

The number of domain walls and the domain wall velocity of very thin (110) [001] 3% Si-Fe strip-wound cores were observed by SEM at excitation frequencies up to 5 kHz. Eddy current losses were calculated on the basis of the dynamic domain behavior using two models. a modified Pry and Bean model, and a model which considers the difference between ...


A new type of active-Maglev system using YBCO bulk and multiple electromagnets

IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 2003

We have been developing a new type of active-Maglev system that is a transporter in the vertical direction, consisting of high-temperature bulk superconductors and multiple electromagnets piled up on the vertical axis. In a previous paper, using an active-Maglev system composed of a disk-shaped YBCO bulk and five electromagnets, we have demonstrated continuous levitation and verified that its levitation height, ...


Theory of eddy current losses in finite width sheet exhibiting simple bar-like domain structures

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1974

In the present paper we outline the analysis and present the analytical expressions for the eddy current losses for the case of'N'domains where'N'may be any integer. The only assumptions made in this analysis are: (1) constant conductivity; (2) infinite length in the direction of magnetization; and (3) sinusoidal motion of domain walls for sinusoidal application of field. For various values ...


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  • A laser-magnetic tomography for HTSC film

    The experimental results of the film parameter evaluation based on recording detective coil signal produced by the film in external or remanent magnetic field subject to a laser pulse at any specific spot in the film are presented. The mechanisms of the film response to the laser irradiation based on Bean- like model for the inhomogeneous superconductive film are discussed.<>

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  • Domain Wall Motion and Eddy Current Losses in Very Thin 3% Si-Fe Core

    The number of domain walls and the domain wall velocity of very thin (110) [001] 3% Si-Fe strip-wound cores were observed by SEM at excitation frequencies up to 5 kHz. Eddy current losses were calculated on the basis of the dynamic domain behavior using two models. a modified Pry and Bean model, and a model which considers the difference between each domain wall velocity. Both models assume sinusoidal domain wall motion. The measured eddy current losses were compared with calculated values. However, the measured losses disagreed with estimations in the frequency range from 50 to 500 Hz. The domain wall motion in each layer was estimated from the flux voltage waveform of a movable pickup coil inserted into a layer of a 3% Si-Fe strip. We found that the voltage waveform was not sinusoidal even if the secondary voltage waveform of the core was sinusoidal, and that the magnitude of the voltage in each layer was not uniform. The results mean that the domain wall motion is not uniform even in the 50 to 500 Hz range. The nonuniformity of the domain wall motion makes the eddy current losses larger than the results estimated on the basis of the two models.

  • A new type of active-Maglev system using YBCO bulk and multiple electromagnets

    We have been developing a new type of active-Maglev system that is a transporter in the vertical direction, consisting of high-temperature bulk superconductors and multiple electromagnets piled up on the vertical axis. In a previous paper, using an active-Maglev system composed of a disk-shaped YBCO bulk and five electromagnets, we have demonstrated continuous levitation and verified that its levitation height, as well as stability, can be remarkably improved by adjusting the operating current of the electromagnets individually. Electromagnetic behavior within the bulk has been also investigated numerically by a newly developed computer program based on the finite-element method adopting the Bean model. Agreement of levitation force and height between experiments and numerical analyses was good. The levitation force properties strongly depend on the field-cooling condition and the distribution and magnitude of the external magnetic field generated by the electromagnets. We clarify electromagnetic phenomena within the bulk superconductor by the computer program developed to improve the levitation properties for applications of continuous levitation to real Maglev systems.

  • Theory of eddy current losses in finite width sheet exhibiting simple bar-like domain structures

    In the present paper we outline the analysis and present the analytical expressions for the eddy current losses for the case of'N'domains where'N'may be any integer. The only assumptions made in this analysis are: (1) constant conductivity; (2) infinite length in the direction of magnetization; and (3) sinusoidal motion of domain walls for sinusoidal application of field. For various values of'N'the losses computed from these expressions are compared to those predicted by the Pry and Bean model. WhenN \rightarrow \infin, W(width of crystal)\rightarrow \infinand for a constant finite domain size our model reduces to that of Pry and Bean, and forN = 2we obtain Agarwal and Rabins results. However, these limits are never realized in real materials, and it is shown that for realistic domain width to sheet thickness ratios, the losses per unit volume computed from the model presented here are significantly lower than those predicted from the Pry and Bean model.

  • Analysis of critical-state problems in type-II superconductivity

    An efficient numerical scheme is proposed for modeling the hysteretic magnetization of type-II superconductors. Numerical examples are presented for the Bean and Kim critical state models. It is shown that Bean's model is a Hele-Shaw type problem.

  • From Bean's model to the H-M characteristic of a superconductor: some numerical experiments

    We present a series of two-dimensional simulations in transverse field as validation of a simple finite difference method for the computation of fields inside superconductors described by an extended Bean model.

  • 3-D analysis of current distribution and AC loss induced by external AC magnetic field in multifilamentary superconducting wires

    Using the nodal element method and A-/spl phi/ formulation, the AC loss of a high-T/sub c/ multifilamentary superconducting in external AC magnetic field is analyzed and compared with experimental results. This formulation is effective for convergence. Current distribution and magnetic field are consistent with the Bean model, and the numerical AC loss is in good agreement with the experiments.

  • Scaling laws for the critical current density of NbN films in high magnetic fields

    The authors have measured the critical current density (J/sub c/) of two NbN films (500-AA and 1550-AA thick) as a function of temperature in magnetic fields up to 25 T using transport measurements. In both films, the functional form of the volume pinning force F/sub p/ obeys the Fietz-Webb scaling law throughout the entire magnetic field and temperature range. Values of J/sub c/ derived from DC magnetization data using Bean's model show qualitative agreement with the transport measurements throughout the superconducting phase. Despite the marked granularity in the microstructure of these films, the results are interpreted as evidence that a flux pinning mechanism determines the transport current density in NbN films in high magnetic fields.<>

  • $J_{C}(B)$Determination Method With the Help of the Virgin Magnetization Curve of a Superconducting Cylinder

    It is well known that the critical current densityJCof a superconducting material depends on the magnetic flux densityB. For practical applications, it is essential to have accurate information aboutJC(B) , which can be obtained from different experimental techniques (transport current, hysteretic cycle, and ac susceptibility). This paper presents a simple and quickJC(B) experimental determination method for a superconducting cylinder. A firstJC(B) experimental evaluation method consists of measuring the magnetization cycleM(B) and determining the width of this cycle for each value ofB. This is generally done using the Bean model, whereJCis considered constant. A more accurate method is presented in this paper. The cylinder first magnetization curveM1(B) is calculated with the Kim model [JC(B) =JC0/(1 + (|B|/BC0))] and with a linear model and compared with the measured first magnetization curveM1mea(B). In so doing,JC0 andBC0 are determined, and the results obtained using bothJC(B) determination methods are compared and discussed.



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