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The problem of deducing two-dimensional theory from three-dimensional theory for a soft ferromagnetic elastic isotropic body is investigated. By using the general solution for the soft ferromagnetic elastic solids and Lur'e method, it is shown that the general deformation can be decomposed into...
An analysis is given in the article for the study of ion channel behavior in time-varying fields based on the generalized Poisson-Nernst-Planck theory, in which possible effects of the polarization relaxation and the effects of coupling among ion species, their diffusive fluxes and polarization...
The half coated metal core piezoelectric fiber (HMPF) is one of the new type piezoelectric devices for sensors and actuators. The constitutive equations of cantilevered HMPFs under various mechanical and electrical loading conditions are derived. The equations can describe the behavior of HMPF...
In this paper, inductance of complex coil systems is calculated using 3-D finite element analysis (FEA) with a new flux linkage calculation technique. The proposed technique does not require any integral path if current direction in a coil is determined, because the flux linkage is calculated...
In this paper, an improved niching genetic algorithm applying the concept of auto-tuning and detecting traces is proposed for asymmetrical multimodal function optimization. Population size and both (right and left) niche radii of each peak in an asymmetrical objective function can be determined...
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