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Title: Niched genetic simulated annealing algorithm in the optimization design of a permanent magnetic actuator for a 40.5kV vacuum circuit breaker
Authors: Ho, Siu-lau
Li, Y.
Cui, H.
Lo, Edward
Yang, Shiyou
Wong, Ho-ching Chris
Wong, K. F.
Subjects: Actuators
Electric circuit breakers
Electromagnetic fields
Genetic algorithms
Permanent magnets
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: IEEE
Source: IEEE CEFC 2006 : 12th Biennial IEEE Conference of Electromagnetic Field Computation : April 30-May 3, 2006, Miami, Florida, USA, p. 407.
Abstract: A new algorithm combining genetic algorithm (GA) and simulated annealing (SA) algorithm with significant improvements on efficiency is proposed. Based on the calculation of the electromagnetic field, the optimization design of a bi-stable permanent magnetic (PM) actuator for a 40.5kV vacuum circuit breaker (VCB) is developed.
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Type: Conference Paper
ISBN: 1424403200
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