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■ FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLE
Electromagnetics is a branch of physics that explores the electric and magnetic phenomena. Maxwell's equations provide how electric and magnetic fields are generated, propagated, and interacted by each other and are influenced by objects. The optimal design for the electromagnetic systems such as wireless power transfer (WPT), electric motors can be determined by electromagnetic analysis.
The goal of our research group is to develop the optimization frameworks for the electromagnetic systems and to apply them to the real-world systems. In order to optimize the systems, it is necessary to determine the appropriate design variables, objective function, and constraint functions. The optimization module determines the optimized design to extremize the objective function while satisfying all the constraints with multiple design variables. The analysis module analyses the target model based on the principles of electromagnetics. Through iterations, the design variables are updated, thereby determining the optimized design at the end of optimization.
■ RESEARCH AREA 1: Wireless Power Transfer System
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