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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering H-index 30 Citations 4,697 107 World Ranking 1323 National Ranking 103

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Magnet

His scientific interests lie mostly in Magnet, Torque, Control theory, Mechanical engineering and Stator. His work in the fields of Armature overlaps with other areas such as Computer science. His research investigates the connection between Armature and topics such as Vibration that intersect with issues in Noise, Air gap and Mechanics.

His research on Torque often connects related topics like Inductance. His work on Actuator and Torque sensor is typically connected to Fault tolerance as part of general Control theory study, connecting several disciplines of science. He studied Mechanical engineering and Axial symmetry that intersect with Eddy current.

His most cited work include:

  • A general framework for the analysis and design of tubular linear permanent magnet machines (306 citations)
  • Analytical Modeling and Finite-Element Computation of Radial Vibration Force in Fractional-Slot Permanent-Magnet Brushless Machines (164 citations)
  • Hybrid-Excited Flux-Switching Permanent-Magnet Machines With Iron Flux Bridges (157 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

G.W. Jewell focuses on Magnet, Torque, Control theory, Mechanical engineering and Stator. His Magnet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Actuator and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His studies in Torque integrate themes in fields like Sine wave, Inductance, Rotor and Electromagnetic coil.

His study in Rotor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Control engineering and Topology. His work on Switched reluctance motor and Torque sensor as part of general Control theory study is frequently connected to Computer science and Fault tolerance, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. While the research belongs to areas of Mechanical engineering, he spends his time largely on the problem of Eddy current, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Transient.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Magnet (55.88%)
  • Torque (36.03%)
  • Control theory (31.62%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2013-2021)?

  • Torque (36.03%)
  • Control theory (31.62%)
  • Magnetic reluctance (13.97%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

His primary areas of study are Torque, Control theory, Magnetic reluctance, Computer science and Torque ripple. The Torque study combines topics in areas such as Sine wave, Magnet, Rotor and Electromagnetic coil. G.W. Jewell works in the field of Magnet, namely Torque density.

G.W. Jewell combines subjects such as Thermal conduction and Stator with his study of Rotor. Control theory and Inductance are commonly linked in his work. His Magnetic reluctance research focuses on Harmonic and how it relates to Current.

Between 2013 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Performance Comparison of Doubly Salient Reluctance Machine Topologies Supplied by Sinewave Currents (24 citations)
  • Comparative Study of Torque Production in Conventional and Mutually Coupled SRMs Using Frozen Permeability (19 citations)
  • Performance investigation of hybrid excited switched flux permanent magnet machines using frozen permeability method (15 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Control theory

G.W. Jewell mainly focuses on Torque, Control theory, Electromagnetic coil, Switched reluctance motor and Magnetic reluctance. G.W. Jewell has included themes like Armature, Sine wave and Neodymium magnet in his Torque study. His work deals with themes such as Power factor, Magnetic flux, Electronic engineering, Magnet and Inductance, which intersect with Electromagnetic coil.

He integrates several fields in his works, including Switched reluctance motor and Computer science. His work in Magnetic reluctance addresses issues such as Reluctance motor, which are connected to fields such as Topology. Within one scientific family, G.W. Jewell focuses on topics pertaining to Rotor under Copper loss, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Stator.

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Top Publications

A general framework for the analysis and design of tubular linear permanent magnet machines

Jiabin Wang;G.W. Jewell;D. Howe.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (1999)

461 Citations

Analytical Modeling and Finite-Element Computation of Radial Vibration Force in Fractional-Slot Permanent-Magnet Brushless Machines

Z Q Zhu;Z P Xia;L J Wu;G W Jewell.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (2010)

240 Citations

Multiphase Flux-Switching Permanent-Magnet Brushless Machine for Aerospace Application

A.S. Thomas;Z.Q. Zhu;R.L. Owen;G.W. Jewell.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (2009)

192 Citations

Hybrid-Excited Flux-Switching Permanent-Magnet Machines With Iron Flux Bridges

Richard L Owen;Z Q Zhu;Geraint W Jewell.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2010)

185 Citations

Design and control of a novel spherical permanent magnet actuator with three degrees of freedom

W. Wang;J. Wang;G.W. Jewell;D. Howe.
IEEE-ASME Transactions on Mechatronics (2003)

170 Citations

Influence of slot and pole number combination on radial force and vibration modes in fractional slot PM brushless machines having single- and double-layer windings

Z. Q. Zhu;Z.P. Xia;L. J. Wu;G.W. Jewell.
energy conversion congress and exposition (2009)

166 Citations

Effect of Axial Segmentation of Permanent Magnets on Rotor Loss in Modular Permanent-Magnet Brushless Machines

J.D. Ede;K. Atallah;G.W. Jewell;J.B. Wang.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (2007)

160 Citations

Design optimisation and comparison of tubular permanent magnet machine topologies

J. Wang;G.W. Jewell;D. Howe.
IEE Proceedings - Electric Power Applications (2001)

150 Citations

Analysis, design and control of a novel spherical permanent-magnet actuator

J. Wang;G.W. Jewell;D. Howe.
IEE Proceedings - Electric Power Applications (1998)

144 Citations

Multi-Phase Flux-Switching Permanent Magnet Brushless Machine for Aerospace Application

A.S. Thomas;Z.Q. Zhu;R.L. Owen;G.W. Jewell.
ieee industry applications society annual meeting (2008)

126 Citations

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