Siu Lau Ho mainly focuses on Control theory, Finite element method, Induction motor, Electric motor and Mathematical optimization. Control theory and Magnet are frequently intertwined in his study. His research in Magnet intersects with topics in Vernier scale, Forging, Stator and Nuclear magnetic resonance.
His research integrates issues of Power, Power transmission, Electric machine, Harmonic and Transient in his study of Finite element method. His Induction motor research includes elements of Noise, MATLAB, Control theory and Filter. In his work, Phase, Work, STRIPS and Transmitter is strongly intertwined with Electromagnetic coil, which is a subfield of Torque.
Siu Lau Ho mainly investigates Finite element method, Control theory, Torque, Magnet and Electronic engineering. His study on Finite element method also encompasses disciplines like
His study connects Direct torque control and Torque. The various areas that Siu Lau Ho examines in his Magnet study include Magnetic flux, Actuator and Nuclear magnetic resonance. His Electronic engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Power and Electrical engineering.
His primary areas of study are Finite element method, Control theory, Magnet, Torque and Electromagnetic coil. His Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tree, Algorithm, Tabu search, Mathematical analysis and Nonlinear system. His studies in Control theory integrate themes in fields like Continuously variable transmission, Genetic algorithm, Circuit breaker, Voltage and Rotor flux.
His Magnet research incorporates themes from Magnetic flux, Stator, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Topology. As part of one scientific family, Siu Lau Ho deals mainly with the area of Stator, narrowing it down to issues related to the Rotor, and often Power and Electronic engineering. Siu Lau Ho combines subjects such as Direct torque control, Mechanics and Scalar potential with his study of Torque.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Finite element method, Magnet, Electromagnetic coil, Torque and Control theory. The Finite element method study combines topics in areas such as Capacitive sensing, Scalar potential, Electric potential and Nonlinear system. Siu Lau Ho has included themes like Magnetic flux and Magnetization in his Magnet study.
Siu Lau Ho interconnects Mechanical engineering, Stator and Direct torque control in the investigation of issues within Electromagnetic coil. His Torque research integrates issues from Tabu search, Electromagnet, Classical mechanics, Mechanics and Magnetic energy. His studies deal with areas such as Tree, Circuit breaker, Transformer and Continuously variable transmission as well as Control theory.
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Fuzzy assessment of FMEA for engine systems
Kai Xu;Loon Ching Tang;Min Xie;S. L. Ho.
Reliability Engineering & System Safety (2002)
Speed estimation of an induction motor drive using an optimized extended Kalman filter
K.L. Shi;T.F. Chan;Y.K. Wong;S.L. Ho.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2002)
A comparative study of neural network and Box-Jenkins ARIMA modeling in time series prediction
S. L. Ho;M. Xie;T. N. Goh.
annual conference on computers (2002)
A Comparative Study Between Novel Witricity and Traditional Inductive Magnetic Coupling in Wireless Charging
S L Ho;Junhua Wang;W N Fu;Mingui Sun.
ieee conference on electromagnetic field computation (2011)
Optimization and Evaluation of Torque-Sharing Functions for Torque Ripple Minimization in Switched Reluctance Motor Drives
X.D. Xue;K.W.E. Cheng;S.L. Ho.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2009)
Application of neural networks in forecasting engine systems reliability
Kai Xu;Min Xie;Loon Ching Tang;S. L. Ho.
soft computing (2003)
A particle swarm optimization-based method for multiobjective design optimizations
S.L. Ho;Shiyou Yang;Guangzheng Ni;E.W.C. Lo.
ieee conference on electromagnetic field computation (2005)
The use of ARIMA models for reliability forecasting and analysis
S. L. Ho;M. Xie.
annual conference on computers (1998)
Modelling and Simulation of the Three-Phase Induction Motor Using Simulink:
K. L. Shi;T. F. Chan;Y. K. Wong;Siu Lau Ho.
International Journal of Electrical Engineering Education (1999)
Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors: Recent Advancements, Industrial Applications and Market Exploitation
Andrea Cusano;Antonello Cutolo;Jacques Albert;Francisco M. Araújo.
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