Katedra elektrotechniky a počítačového modelování / Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Modeling


Recent Submissions

Petrášová, Iveta , Karban, Pavel
Solving evolutionary problems using recurrent neural networks

A technique for flexible control of induction baking of electrically non-conductive layers (paints, varnishes, resins, etc.) is presented, based on the temperature prediction. As the numerical solution of the full model of the process takes a long time, it is necessary to approximate&#x...

Zemčík, Hana , Kroupa, Tomáš , Vaňková, Tereza , Zemčík, Robert , Pihera, Josef , Prosr, Pavel , Kadlec, Petr , Šroubová, Lenka , Müllerová, Eva , Martínek, Petr , Pavlica, Richard , Komárek, Josef , Friedl, Jan , Polanský, Radek
Hybrid steel–composite cross-arm for distribution power lines

This paper describes the development of electrically insulating hybrid steel–composite cross-arm for mediumvoltage overhead distribution power lines with three conductors. The main goal was to achieve substantial weight savings ompared to a common steel cross-arm with three ceramic insulators widely&#...

Štork, Milan , Mayer, Daniel
Simulation of electrical system protection against the effects of a magnetic storm

In the introduction of the presented work, the physical nature of the collapse of electrical energy transmission systems due to the influence of a magnetic storm is recalled. A mechanism is described by which, due to the non-linearity of the magnetic circuit of the system'...

Koua, Kadio Ettien Jean , Kuthan, Jiří , Juřík, Martin , Vítek, Martin , Mach, František
Magnetic actuation of miniature robots on planar surfaces: Mathematical modeling and estimation of parameters

Magnetic actuation methods for miniature robots are widely used thanks to their massive applications for precise micro-manipulations in inaccessible or hardly accessible environments, including medical and biological operations. The system studied is composed of miniature robots with permanent magnets ...

Dlouhý, Martin , Kotlan, Václav , Doležel, Ivo
Indirect induction hardening of thin electrically non-conductive layers

A model of indirect induction heating of very thin layers made of electrically non-conductive materials is presented. The model consists of two partial differential equations describing electromagnetic and temperature fields whose distributions are solved numerically. It is applicable for the des...