Asymmetry/Symmetry in Electrical Engineering

A special issue of Symmetry (ISSN 2073-8994). This special issue belongs to the section "Computer".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2024 | Viewed by 209

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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The Special Issue on "Asymmetry/Symmetry in Electrical Engineering" explores the fundamental characteristics of symmetry and asymmetry in electrical engineering and their significant influence on the design, performance, and reliability of electrical components, circuits, antennas, and systems. Symmetry and asymmetry, which are deeply rooted in the laws of nature and the structure of the universe, are indispensable concepts in understanding the world around us.

This Special Issue covers a wide range of topics, including component asymmetry/symmetry, signal asymmetry/symmetry, antenna asymmetry/symmetry, and system asymmetry/symmetry. Component symmetry emphasizes the use of balanced and symmetric components to optimize circuit performance. Signal symmetry is crucial for reliable data transmission and noise rejection in various applications. System symmetry, exemplified by balanced three-phase power systems, offers efficient power distribution and enhanced fault tolerance.

On the other hand, component asymmetry allows for intentional variations for specific circuit behavior. Signal asymmetry analysis helps mitigate distortion and maintain signal integrity. System asymmetry considerations address unbalanced loads and fault conditions, ensuring stable and efficient operation.

Researchers, engineers, and practitioners are encouraged to contribute original research, theoretical studies, and practical applications to this Special Issue. By advancing our understanding of asymmetry and symmetry in electrical engineering, this Special Issue aims to inspire innovative solutions, foster advancements, and promote the development of more robust and reliable electrical systems.

Dr. Zhen Liao
Guest Editor

Manuscript Submission Information

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Keywords

  • asymmetry/symmetry component
  • asymmetry/symmetry signal
  • asymmetry/symmetry circuits
  • asymmetry/symmetry antenna
  • asymmetry/symmetry system

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