Francesco Grilli spends much of his time researching Electrical conductor, Magnetic field, Superconductivity, Condensed matter physics and Conductor. He has researched Electrical conductor in several fields, including Field, Mechanical engineering and Electromagnetic coil. His research in Magnetic field intersects with topics in Mechanics, Numerical analysis, High-temperature superconductivity and State variable.
His Superconductivity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Computational physics, Magnetization, Current, Transposition and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Condensed matter physics study incorporates themes from Power, Current density, Electrical resistivity and conductivity, Computation and Complex geometry. His work deals with themes such as Stator, Cable design, Electric power transmission, Electrical engineering and Alternate current, which intersect with Conductor.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Superconductivity, Magnetic field, Condensed matter physics, Electrical conductor and Conductor. His Superconductivity research includes elements of Magnetization, Field, Current, Mechanics and Magnet. He has researched Magnetic field in several fields, including Computation, Dissipation, Numerical analysis, High-temperature superconductivity and Nuclear magnetic resonance.
His Condensed matter physics research focuses on Current density and how it relates to Integral equation. His Electrical conductor research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mechanical engineering and Electromagnetic coil. He interconnects Transposition, Angular dependence and Stator in the investigation of issues within Conductor.
His primary areas of study are Superconductivity, Magnetic field, Magnet, Condensed matter physics and Computation. The Superconductivity study combines topics in areas such as Mechanical engineering, Electrical conductor, Conductor and Current. His Magnetic field research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Energy transformation, Mechanics, Synchronous motor and Electromagnetic coil.
His Magnet research integrates issues from Power and High-temperature superconductivity. In his research on the topic of Condensed matter physics, Current density and Demagnetizing field is strongly related with Anisotropy. His studies deal with areas such as Levitation, Helmholtz free energy, Applied mathematics and Homogenization as well as Computation.
His primary areas of investigation include Superconductivity, Magnetic field, Magnet, Mechanical engineering and Conductor. The High-temperature superconductivity and Superconducting magnet research he does as part of his general Superconductivity study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Real-time simulation, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His work in the fields of Magnetic field, such as Magnetization, intersects with other areas such as Law.
His Magnet study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Power and Condensed matter physics. His research investigates the connection with Condensed matter physics and areas like State variable which intersect with concerns in Computation. His Conductor study frequently links to other fields, such as Electrical conductor.
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Development of an edge-element model for AC loss computation of high-temperature superconductors
Roberto Brambilla;Francesco Grilli;Luciano Martini.
Superconductor Science and Technology (2007)
Computation of Losses in HTS Under the Action of Varying Magnetic Fields and Currents
Francesco Grilli;Enric Pardo;Antti Stenvall;Doan N. Nguyen.
IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity (2014)
Roebel cables from REBCO coated conductors: a one-century-old concept for the superconductivity of the future
Wilfried Goldacker;Francesco Grilli;Enric Pardo;Anna Kario.
Superconductor Science and Technology (2014)
Measuring transport AC losses in YBCO-coated conductor coils
F Grilli;Stephen P Ashworth.
Superconductor Science and Technology (2007)
Comparison of numerical methods for modeling of superconductors
S. Stavrev;F. Grilli;B. Dutoit;N. Nibbio.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2002)
Finite-element method modeling of superconductors: from 2-D to 3-D
F. Grilli;S. Stavrev;Y. Le Floch;M. Costa-Bouzo.
IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity (2005)
Self-consistent Modeling of the $I_c$ of HTS Devices: How Accurate do Models Really Need to Be?
Francesco Grilli;Frederic Sirois;Victor M. R. Zermeno;Michal Vojenciak.
arXiv: Superconductivity (2014)
Development of a three-dimensional finite-element model for high-temperature superconductors based on the H-formulation
Francesco Grilli;Roberto Brambilla;Frédéric Sirois;Antti Stenvall.
A full 3D time-dependent electromagnetic model for Roebel cables
Victor Manuel Rodriguez Zermeno;Victor Manuel Rodriguez Zermeno;Francesco Grilli;Frederic Sirois.
Superconductor Science and Technology (2013)
Transport and magnetization ac losses of ROEBEL assembled coated conductor cables: measurements and calculations
Stanimira Terzieva;Stanimira Terzieva;Michail Vojenčiak;Enric Pardo;Francesco Grilli.
Superconductor Science and Technology (2010)
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