Special issue on Design and Implementation of Fractional-Order Circuits & Systems in Real-World Applications
• 大类 : 工程技术 - 4区
• 小类 : 工程：电子与电气 - 4区
• 小类 : 纳米科技 - 4区
Fractional calculus, as generalization of integer-order calculus to its fractional-order, has demonstrated to be a valuable tool in the modeling of many applications in physics, electronic circuits, biomaterials, and electrochemistry. Recently, there has been an increasing need to merge the fundamentals of fractional calculus into many engineering applications in an interdisciplinary way showing the advantages of fractional-order relative to conventional integer-order systems.
Extensive research activity in this area has been on-going as more potential real-world applications are highlighted and investigated. For example, many generalized theorems have been introduced in circuit theory from which existing conventional theorems arise as special cases. This has, in turn, led to a surge in the interest of material scientists who are exploring the feasibility of realizing new devices such as fractional-order capacitors using different technologies and materials.
The aim of this Special Issue is to present the latest developments, trends, research solutions, and applications of fractional-order circuits and systems with emphasis on real-world applications.This should be investigated from different perspectives such as mathematical modeling and analysis, circuit theory and implementation, nonlinear systems with applications, and new applications in power systems, electromagnetics, and biochemistry.
Contributions in any of the following areas are welcome:
Fractional-order modeling of real world physical problems
Fractional-order numerical techniques on FPGA and digital platforms
Fractional-order circuit theory and design
Fractional-order electromagnetics and applications
Fractional order nonlinear circuits and systems
Applications of fractional calculus in biomedical systems
Applications of fractional calculus in power systems and energy storage devices
Fractional-order mechanical systems and their circuit modeling