Evgeniy Shvydkiy

Evgeniy Shvydkiy
Ural Federal University | UrFU · Department of Electrical Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
My main research interest is a influence of EM forced convection on segregation formation during binary alloy solidification. More familiar with numerical simulation of electromagnetic, hydrodynamic and thermal fields. Currently I am looking for a PostDoc position. I'm open to any kind of suggestions and collaborations.
Additional affiliations
November 2018 - June 2019
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Working on numerical simulation of pure Ga solidification in presence of travelling magnetic field and UDV experiments
September 2018 - present
Ural Federal University
Position
  • Lecturer
September 2017 - December 2017
institute of Continuous Media Mechanics
Position
  • Scholarship
Education
September 2014 - June 2016
Ural Federal University
Field of study
  • Electrotechnology

Publications

Publications (48)
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This article presents a study of the influence of electromagnetically (EM) forced convection on segregation formation. As a reference case the solidification of Sn-5 wt pct Pb alloy from the Hebditch and Hunt experiment is taken. Applied forcing of convective flow is determined by the dimensionless electromagnetic forcing parameter $F$. The study w...
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Heat and momentum transfer of low-Prandtl-number fluid ($Pr=0.029$) in a closed rectangular cavity ($100\times60\times10$ mm$^3$) heated at one side and cooled at the opposite side are analyzed. The electromagnetic forces into the liquid metal are generated by the travelling magnetic field inductor and directed towards buoyancy forces. Large eddy s...
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The forcing parameter is an important value for determining the solidification conditions under electromagnetic impact. This parameter tends to change and affect the solidification conditions. The aim of this work is to investigate the influence of the liquid–solid interface position and deformation on the forcing parameter. Electromagnetic analysi...
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The paper describes a numerical procedure for modeling induction heating of large objects. A coupled calculation of the electromagnetic and thermal fields is performed by the finite element method in a three-dimensional formulation. The setting of the computational mesh is described. The results of numerical calculations are demonstrated.
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Non steady applied magnetic field impact on a liquid metal has good prospects for industry. For a better understanding of heat and mass transfer processes under these circumstances, numerical simulations are needed. A combination of finite elements and volumes methods was used to calculate the flow and solidification of liquid metal under electroma...
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Non steady applied magnetic field impact on a liquid metals has good prospects for industry. For a better understanding of heat and mass transfer processes under these circumstances, numerical simulations are needed. A combination of finite elements and volumes methods was used to calculate the flow and solidification of liquid metal under electrom...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to determine how the shape of the container affects the efficiency of a traveling magnetic field (TMF) stirring. Design/methodology/approach The modeling approach is based on finite element software Comsol which includes harmonic electromagnetic (EM), transient CFD and particle tracing modules. For evaluating e...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to search optimal shape of soft magnetic composite-based inserts used to compensate the working gap between the liquid metal and the induction stirrer in metallurgical installations. Design/methodology/approach The study was based on numerical simulation of electromagnetic processes in frequency domain. To opti...
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In modern times, exposure to a liquid metal by a travelling magnetic field is widely applied. There are laboratory studies on the processes of stirring and crystallization under the action of a traveling magnetic field. However, in the majority of studies it is assumed that the inductor power supply of the linear induction machine is carried out by...
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One of the problems that arises during the use of electromagnetic stirrers of liquid metal in metallurgical production is the large size of air gap. To reduce its value, without changing the thickness of the refractory lining, it is possible to extend the teeth of the magnetic core with inserts made of soft magnetic composite based on iron and refr...
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The paper compares results of experimental and numerical investigations of the ``bottom induction stirrer with a rotating electromagnetic field -- conducting melt'' system in two variants: the air gap is equal to 10 mm, and the air gap is compensated by soft magnetic composite inserts. The following values were chosen as investigated parameters: th...
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A model is developed for an electromagnetic stirrer using a traveling magnetic field. Electromagnetic and hydrodynamic problems are simultaneously solved for a two-dimensional case by a finite element method. The behavior of impurities in a turbulent flow is calculated using the Stokes law. A nonstationary magnetic field is shown to be applied. The...
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Problem To produce anodes for thermally activated batteries , it is necessary to obtain lithium-boride (Li-B) matrix [1]. When we put boron powder in liquid lithium, due to the difference in density, the concentration in the bottom area is greater. A good tool is electromagnetic stirring [2, 3], which allows to get a uniform impurity distribution....
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The present work addresses the process of admixing solid particles into a flow of liquid metal driven by a travelling magnetic field. Lorentz forces and hydrodynamic flow are calculated numerically by the finite element method. To assess the stirring process, a 3D investigation of the particle distribution dynamics in a recirculated liquid metal tu...
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In a number of electromagnetic stirring applications in metallurgy there is a large working gap challenge due to the high temperature of liquid metal. An innovative approach to decreasing the non-magnetic gap is the application of magnetodielectric material. The proposed materials are capable of retaining their magnetic properties under the influen...
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Presentation consist the results of experimental and numerical investigation of TMF stirring of liquid gallium in a rectangular cell.
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Contactless liquid metal stirring by traveling magnetic field (TMF) inductor is widely applied in modern metallurgy. The quality of stirring is an actual challenge. One solution to this problem is to complicate the TMF inductor supplying current form. In present work we study the influence of the current on the hydrodynamic characteristics of the f...
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A Possibility to Use Magnetodielectric Composite to Maintain Work Efficiency of Electromagnetic Stirrer
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Electric drives based on traction linear-induction motors are used in industry and city transport. The main advantages of this electric drive are unrestricted acceleration and vehicle climbing angles, as well as ecological cleanliness. The development of high-speed design and analysis software tools for linear electric motors is thus becoming quite...
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In the paper considered modelling electromechanical feature of magnetohydrodynamic pump based on double side linear motors. Method detailed magnetic equivalent circuit was verified by finite elements method for two-and three-dimensional formulation of problems in software Comsol Multiphysics 5.2. Results characteristic compared with experimental da...
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The article deals with numerical modelling of a modernized induction pump used as a dispenser of aluminium from the induction furnace. Modernization of the pump using a hightemperature magnetodielectric material. Optimal settings of the material for a particular mode of operation are found. Numerical modelling of electromagnetic and hydrodynamic tu...
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Among different linear motors, tubular linear induction motors (TLIM) have been employed in many applications in industry due to their high efficiency and low construction cost. However mathematical simulation of such motors is different from common rotating motors by reason of end effects Proposed simplified methods are based on detailed equivalen...
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The paper presents the results of a study on the possibility to use Fe-Al2O3-based cermet composite as a magnetodielectric insert to compensate the working gap between the inductor and the melt in the bottom electromagnetic stirrer with a rotating mag- netic field. A 3D model of the adapted laboratory facility for a composite with an iron mass frac...
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The development and survey results of the magnetohydrodynamic pump for liquid mag- nesium are presented in the paper. The pump flow, head-capacity characteristics and metal velocity distribution in its channel are analyzed. The paper considers the flowrate pressure characteristics for special induction pumps. The counter flow is investigated in 3D...
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The thermally activated chemical source of electric energy is one of the alternative sources. Anodes for such batteries are made of lithium-boron composite. The use of electromagnetic stirring in the technology of production of such material makes it possible to obtain a good quality distribution of boron powder in a lithium melt. As the source of...
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The paper present a mathematical model description of conical billet induction heating in indirect induction furnace. The developed thermodynamic mathematical model was performed by equivalent thermal circuit method. The model can be easily integrated into the control system and has a high speed compared to the finite element method (FEM) models.
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This paper presents mathematical simulation of hydrodynamic, electromagnetic and thermal processes at continuous casting with electromagnetic stirring of the liquid phase of aluminum ingot. As used electromagnetic device is a cylindrical linear induction motor. Calculations were performed by finite element method. The study result is to obtain a ma...
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This paper provides the results of researching specialize induction crucible furnace equipped electromagnetic rotator to create in liquid metal rotating electromagnetic forces and controlled movement of the metal. Electromagnetic, hydrodynamic and thermal calculation of the electromagnetic stirrer were performed by means of detailed equivalent circ...
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Computer simulation results of an induction magnetohydrodynamic pump designed for transportation of light non-ferrous metals is carried out. An original design of pump windings is proposed and justified by the simulation.
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The article presents results of studies of electromagnetic modes of side stirrer composed of multi-melting unit, based on the induction crucible furnace. Using induction crucible furnaces as highly efficient smelting unit in combination with an electromagnetic stirrer and heat control means electrodynamic effect on the molten metal at all stages of...

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Metallurgical industry is dominant at the Ural region. Development of innovative electrotechnological devices and installations with use of computer (numerical) simulations allows to organize the attraction of funds from industry, as well as to receive relevant and significant scientific results. The final goal of the project is to increase competence and competitiveness of the university in electrotechnology field. Project was funded by Government of the Russian Federation: Resolution No. 211, contract No. 02.A03.21.0006.