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AESA AEW Aperture solution (Lars Jonsson)

Period: 2010-01-01 - 2011-12-31

Presently, T/R technology along with radar technology and signal processing for Airborne Early Warning system (AEW) have matured significantly, making high scannability and system architecture the » more
Algorithms and experimental methods for electrotechnical design (Professor Göran Engdahl)

  Period: 1987-01-01

This research area comprises development of theory, methods and tools for electric power components including magnetic and other materials. The governing approach is to model material related » more
Antenna system simulator as part of CHASE (Lars Jonsson)

Period: 2009-05-01 - 2011-04-30

Traditionally, antenna and microwave design and development have been performed by dividing the system into well separated sub-systems which are designed and optimised individually. Today, there is a » more
Insulation diagnostics (Hans Edin)

Period: 1992-01-01

The aim of the research is to develop methods which can be used to estimate the condition of electrical insulation systems. Basically three fields of diagnostic techniques are explored, low frequency » more
Reliability centred asset management (RCAM) (Patrik Hilber)

  Period: 2002-10-01

The research within RCAM develops quantitative models and methods for electrical systems, which relate maintenance effort to system availability and total cost, with the aim to reach an optimal » more
Risks in the electrical distribution systems with optimal maintenance management (Patrik Hilber)

Period: 2006-01-01 - 2011-05-31

There are several risks in the electrical power systems e.g. due to random failure events. This project investigates quantitative methods to assess the probability for failure and how it is related to » more


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