Special Issue "Symmetry/Asymmetry in Circuits and Electrodynamics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 6960
Interests: printed circuits; electromagnetic shielding; power supply circuits; TEM cells; circuit noise; circuit reliability; circuit switching; composite materials; conductors (electric); current distribution; electric fields; electrodynamics; electromagnetic interference; electromagnetic wave attenuation; electromagnetic wave propagation; equivalent circuits
Interests: electrodynamics; electromagnetic interference; busbars; electric breakdown; electromagnetic pulse; lightning protection; multiconductor transmission lines; power cables; printed circuits; conductors (electric); electromagnetic compatibility; LC circuits; RLC circuits
Interests: iterative methods; conductors (electric); dielectric materials; distortion; filters; linear algebra; printed circuits; strip lines; surface charging; technology CAD (electronics); electromagnetic compatibility
With our increasing use of electrical and radioelectronic equipment in day-to-day life, the requirements to ensure proper functioning of this equipment are also hightened. To meet these requirements, it is necessary to solve multiple problems concerning electrical circuits and electrodynamics. Asymmetry is often the main factor to cause the challenges which emerge when we are solving these problems. One representative example of those challenges is associated with achieving electromagnetic compatibility. This Special Issue aims to present research papers, communications, and review articles considering various aspects of symmetry/asymmetry related to circuits and electrodynamics. The subjects of the study include modeling, simulation, optimization, and design issues. The objects of the study include (but are not limited to) antennas, active circuits, passive circuits, transmission lines, and electromagnetic shields. New approaches, models, algorithms, software, simulation, and design examples described in the papers of this Special Issue are expected to help us overcome various challenges in the future.
Prof. Dr. Talgat R. Gazizov
Prof. Dr. Alexander M. Zabolotsky
Prof. Dr. Sergey P. Kuksenko
Manuscript Submission Information
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- electrical circuits
- electromagnetic compatibility
- symmetrical matrix