EI3250 Electrotechnical Modeling, PhD Course 8.0 credits
Elektroteknisk modellering, doktorandkurs
The course covers modeling approaching used in electrical engineering including multiphysical FEM modeling, Multiphysical lumped element modeling, magnetic hysteresis modeling. The course is intended for PhD students whose research topic is closely related modeling of electrical power components. The course is an extension of EI2433 providing a more in depth-coverage of the topics as well as additional topics.
Education cycleThird cycle
Main field of study
Grading scaleP, F
Information for research students about course offerings
The course is given when there is sufficient demand. Please contact the examiner if you are interested in taking the course.
Intended learning outcomes
After the course, the student should be able to:
- describe basic modelling approaches applicable within electrotechnology
- by use of electrotechnical models foresee the function of electrotechnical equipment
- by use of electrotechnical models analyse the properties of electrotechnical apparatus,
- assess the applicability of a given electrotechnical model.
- contribute to the research frontier in the area
Course main content
The FEM method and the basics of numerical analysis, multiphysical FEM, FEM with coupled circuitry, FEM with changing geometry – moving boudaries, FEM and inverse problems - line Integrals - integral Equations - and integro-differential equations, magnetic hysteresis modeling, lumped element modeling, multipysical lumped element modeling, nonlinear dynamics and linear system analysis
Introductory lectures, self studies, project task, report writing and presentation.
W. B. J. Zimmerman: Multiphysics Modeling with Finite Element Methods, World Scientific Publishing Co. 2006, ISBN: 978-981-256-843-4
- EXA1 - Examination, 8.0, grading scale: P, F
Requirements for final grade
- approved written report on a chosen modeling task
- 25 min oral presentation of the written report
Marley Becerra Garcia <email@example.com>
Course syllabus valid from: Autumn 2011.
Examination information valid from: Spring 2019.