His primary scientific interests are in Torque, Magnet, Control theory, Magnetic gear and Mechanical engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Direct torque control and Harmonic in addition to Torque. His study in Magnet is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Magnetic flux, Stator and Finite element method.
His Control theory study incorporates themes from Energy harvesting, Eddy current and Rotor. Kais Atallah connects Magnetic gear with Non-circular gear in his study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Automotive engineering and Magnetic bearing.
Kais Atallah mainly focuses on Magnet, Torque, Control theory, Mechanical engineering and Magnetic gear. The Magnet study combines topics in areas such as Magnetic flux, Stator and Rotor. He combines subjects such as Torque ripple, Direct torque control, Automotive engineering and Electromagnetic coil with his study of Torque.
His Control theory research includes themes of Commutation and Position. His Mechanical engineering research incorporates themes from Axial symmetry, Actuator and Finite element method. His study looks at the relationship between Magnetic gear and fields such as Topology, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Magnet, Torque, Control theory, Turbine and Automotive engineering are his primary areas of study. His work on Magnetic gear as part of general Magnet study is frequently linked to Computer science, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Kais Atallah interconnects Mechanical engineering, Stator, Rotor and Electromagnetic coil in the investigation of issues within Torque.
Kais Atallah has researched Rotor in several fields, including Harmonics and Harmonic analysis. His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Commutation, Ampere, Voltage and Mechanical efficiency. His Automotive engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transmission control unit and Line.
Kais Atallah focuses on Magnet, Torque, Wind power, Stator and Control theory. The various areas that Kais Atallah examines in his Magnet study include Powertrain and Magnetic flux. His studies link Rotor with Torque.
The concepts of his Wind power study are interwoven with issues in Turbine and Mechanics. Kais Atallah studied Stator and Electromagnetic coil that intersect with Harmonics, Air gap and Acoustics. Kais Atallah is interested in Magnetic gear, which is a field of Control theory.
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A novel high-performance magnetic gear
K. Atallah;D. Howe.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2001)
Design, analysis and realisation of a high-performance magnetic gear
K. Atallah;S.D. Calverley;D. Howe.
IEE Proceedings - Electric Power Applications (2004)
Trends in Wind Turbine Generator Systems
Henk Polinder;Jan Abraham Ferreira;Bogi Bech Jensen;Asger B. Abrahamsen.
IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics (2013)
Rotor loss in permanent-magnet brushless AC machines
K. Atallah;D. Howe;P.H. Mellor;D.A. Stone.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (2000)
A Novel “Pseudo” Direct-Drive Brushless Permanent Magnet Machine
K. Atallah;J. Rens;S. Mezani;D. Howe.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2008)
Rotor Eddy-Current Loss in Permanent-Magnet Brushless AC Machines
Jiabin Wang;K Atallah;R Chin;W M Arshad.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2004)
A high-performance axial-field magnetic gear
S. Mezani;K. Atallah;D. Howe.
Journal of Applied Physics (2006)
Optimal torque control of fault-tolerant permanent magnet brushless machines
Jiabin Wang;K. Atallah;D. Howe.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (2003)
Torque-ripple minimization in modular permanent-magnet brushless machines
K. Atallah;Jiabin Wang;D. Howe.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (2003)
An improved method for predicting iron losses in brushless permanent magnet DC drives
K. Atallah;Z.Q. Zhu;D. Howe.
IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (1992)
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