Harmonic Balance Finite Element Method - Application in Nonlinear Electromagnetics and Power System
The art of HBFEM is to use Computational Electromagnetics (CEMs) with harmonic balance theories, and CEM technologies (with IEEE Standard I597.1 and IEEE Standard 1597.2) to analyze or investigate nonlinear EM field and harmonic problems in electrical and electronic engineering and electrical power systems. CEM technologies have been significantly developed in the last three decades, and many commercially available software packages are widely used by students, academics and professional engineers for research and product design. However, it takes untrained engineers or users several months to understand how to use those packages properly, due to a lack of knowledge on CEMs and EM modeling. and computer simulation techniques. This is particularly true for the harmonic analysis technique, which has not been fully presented in any CEM textbook or used in any commercially available packages. Although a number of CEM-related books are available, these books are normally written for experts rather than students and design engineers. Some of these books only cover one or a few areas of CEMs. and many common CEM techniques and real-world harmonic problems are not introduced. This book attempts to combine the fundamental elements of nonlinear EM, harmonic balance theories, CEM techniques and HBFEM approaches, rather than providing a comprehensive treatment of each area.
Electrical and Electronic Engineering not elsewhere classified