Publications of the Institute of Electrotechnology

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Baake E, Nacke B. Recent development and future trends in Electrotechnology. In Proceeding of XIX International UIE-Congress on Electrotechnologies for Material Processing, Plzen (Czech Republic), September 2-3. 2021

Baldan M, Barba PD, Nacke B. Magnetic Properties Identification by Using a Bi-Objective Optimal Multi-Fidelity Neural Network. IEEE transactions on magnetics. 2021 May 17;57(6).

Baldan M, Baldan G, Nacke B. Solving 1D non-linear magneto quasi-static Maxwell's equations using neural networks. IET Science, Measurement and Technology. 2021 Feb 17;15(2):204-217.

Ennen M, Nacke B, Baake E. Dynamische Querfelderwärmung -: Erzeugung maßgeschneiderter Temperaturfelder in Flachstählen. In Prozesswärme (2021) 1, S. 23-28. 2021

Nacke B, Baldan M. Design of induction tempering of surface hardenend components. In Proceedings of 10th international conference on Electromagnetic Processing of Materials EPM, June 14-16, Riga, p. 9-14. 2021


Baake E, Shvydkiy E, Köppen D. Liquid Metal Flow Under Traveling Magnetic Field—Solidification Simulation and Pulsating Flow Analysis. Metals. 2020 Apr 20;10(4). 532.

Baldan M, Stolte MH, Nacke B, Nurnberger F. Improving the Accuracy of FE Simulations of Induction Tempering Toward a Microstructure-Dependent Electromagnetic Model. IEEE transactions on magnetics. 2020 Oct;56(10). 9159684.

Borisov AA, Naberezhnov AA, Nacke B, Nikanorov A. Magnetic properties of two-phase boronsilicate glesses containing β-Fe2O3 and Fe3O4 nanoparticles. Technical Physcix Letters 46(8). 2020;808-811.

Borisov SA, Naberezhnov AA, Nacke B, Nikanorov A. Magnetic Properties of Two-Phase Borosilicate Glasses Containing β-Fe2O3 and Fe3O4 Nanoparticles. Technical physics letters. 2020 Aug;46(8):808-811.

Dzelme V, Jakovics A, Baake E. Liquid metal free surface deformation in electrically induced vertical flow. Magnetohydrodynamics 56 No. 1. 2020;56(1):67-74.

Fehling TCLS, Baake E. A numerical method for electromagnetic and chemical coupling in liquid metal flow optimization for carbon dioxide free production of hydrogen. Magnetohydrodynamics 56 No. 2-3. 2020;289-297.

Fehling T, Baake E. Electromagnetic and chemical numerical coupling method in bubbly liquid metal flows for optimization of carbon dioxide free production of hydrogen. Magnetohydrodynamics. 2020 Sep 1;56(2-3):289-297.

Nacke B. Energieeffizienz induktiver Härteanlagen. In Buchbeitrag in Prozesswärme, Energieeffizienz in der industriellen Thermoprozesstechnik. Vulkan-Verlag Essen. 2020. p. 70-78

Nacke B, Fehling TCLS, Pozniak I. Numerical and experimental investigation of new skull melting process for continuous pouring of oxides. Magnetohydrodynamic 56(2-2). 2020;299-306.

Nacke B, Fehling T, Pozniak I. Numerical and experimental investigation of the skull melting process for continuous pouring of oxides. Magnetohydrodynamics. 2020;56(2-3):299-306.

Nacke B, Baake E. The Institute of Electrotechnology of the Leibniz University Hannover. Heat processing special. 2020;64-71.

Pleshivtseva Y, Baldan M, Popov A, Nikanorov A, Rapoport E, Nacke B. Effective methods for optimal design of induction coils on example of surface hardening. COMPEL - The International Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. 2020 Jan 7;39(1):90-99.

Schubotz S, Nacke B. Approaches for increasing the lifetime of single-shot coils. COMPEL - The international journal for computation and mathematics in electrical and electronic engineering 39 (1). 2020 Jan 20;39(1):166-176.

Shvydkiy E, Köppen D, Baake E. Liquid metal flow under travelling magnetic field-solidification simulation and pulsating flow analysis. Metals, 10(4). 2020;532.

Spitans S, Franz H, Baake E. Numerical Modeling and Optimization of Electrode Induction Melting for Inert Gas Atomization (EIGA). Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B: Process Metallurgy and Materials Processing Science. 2020 Aug 10;51(5):1918-1927.

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