Y. Jin , G. Papaiz Garbini , S. Karoui , M. Cucchiaro ,
 SNCF Réseau, Paris, France
Signaling and telecommunication cables are shielded multipair twisted cables that lie along the railway and transfer railway information at low frequency (some kilohertz). Due to the electromagnetic disturbance of the railway environment, coming from high voltage conductors such as the overhead line and the electric energy transmission lines parallel to the railway those cables can be subjected ...
E. Langlois , P. Finnegan , J. Pillars , T. Monson , C. J. Pearce , C. St. Johns , M. Ballance 
 Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, USA
Electroplated CoFe alloys demonstrating Joule magnetostriction (i.e., a large change in material shape induced by an applied magnetic field) have been recently developed for the creation of microfabricated magnetoelastic resonators for tagging applications. This development requires a measurement technique for evaluating film magnetostriction performance to provide feedback for optimization of ...
I. Rodriguez, and J. L. Munoz
The field quality requirements of most particle accelerator magnets are very tight and, therefore, very precise simulations are needed to accurately calculate these devices. CERN\'s ROXIE code is widely used as a reference software to calculate normal conducting and superconducting magnets for particle accelerator applications. ROXIE uses the full vector potential coupled to the BEM-FEM ...
H. Arab, S. Memiaghe, C. Akyel
Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada
This paper deals with a numerical modelling technique based on finite elements method for computing magnetic field and current density distributions in high temperature Superconducting (HTS) tapes. The model is developed using the T-ῼ formulation for which the degree of freedom (DOF) and the CPU time decreased considerably in AC losses analysis, and it is also observe that T-ῼ formulation give ...
O. Henao, V. Gómez, I. De la Pava, J. Sánchez
Grupo Fisiología Celular y Aplicada, Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira, Pereira, Risaralda, Colombia
Electroporation is an increase of the cell membrane permeability due to the formation of aqueous pores in it when the cell is under the influence of an intense electric field . The formation of such pores in the membrane can be used to enhance the uptake of chemotherapeutic drugs into the cell in a cancer treatment known as electrochemotherapy . In some cases the direct experimental ...
J. P. Pothin , N. Gosselin ,
 Nexter Systems, France
DEMETER is a magnetic field replicator. This system is designed to deceive anti tank mines. Numerical simulation (using COMSOL Multiphysics® software) allows to indicate DEMETER's performance in various environment and various configurations. The study of the magnetic field provide also an overview of mine-clearing tools disturbances on the field generated by DEMETER.
S. Zahid , P. R. Hobson ,
 Brunel University London, London, United Kingdom
Vacuum phototriodes (VPT) have been used as photodetectors for many years in particle physics experiments. For example, they were used in the OPAL experiment at LEP and are currently used in the endcap Electromagnetic Calorimeter of the CMS experiment, at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider. Existing VPTs are fast, low-gain devices that are able to operate in strong magnetic fields at angles up to ...
M. Wei, S. Grossman, J. Speck
Institute of Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany
The job of designing end-winding corona protection (ECP) system is one of the very important and complex phases for insulation configuration of high voltage rotating machines. This complexity stems on one hand from the highly nonlinear characteristics of the ECP material and on the other hand from the coupled multiphysics phenomena of the involved performance evaluation. Simulation based ECP ...
T. T. Zygiridis , A. E. Kyrgiazoglou , T. P. Theodoulidis ,
 Department of Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, University of Western Macedonia, Kozani, Greece
 Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Western Macedonia, Kozani, Greece
In the context of non-destructive evaluation methods, eddy-current testing plays a prominent role in crack-detection problems, due to its various attractive features. One of the physical quantities that typically interest us in such type of problems is the – complex – coil impedance and how its value is modified, when a crack is present at its proximity. Evidently, the reliable estimation of the ...
P. J. Masson, and R. B. Meinke
Advanced Magnet Lab, Palm Bay, Florida, USA
Charged particle beam manipulation requires magnetic dipoles for steering and quadrupoles for focusing. Conventional magnets are currently used leading to very large and heavy systems. Miniaturization of the optic magnets would enable the development of more affordable systems and potentially portable devices. The Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc. has developed a revolutionary magnet topology and ...