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FU Wei-nong

BSc(Eng.), MSc(Eng.), PhD
Professor

Room: CF613

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Biography

Prof. Fu obtained his BEng from Hefei University of Technology in 1982, MEng from Shanghai University of Technology in 1989 and PhD from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 1999. 

Before he joined PolyU, he was one of the key developers at Ansoft Corporation in Pittsburgh, USA. He has about seven years of working experience at Ansoft, focusing on the development of commercial software Maxwell, which is a leading commercial software package for the computation of electromagnetic fields of electromechanical equipments. During 1982 to 1986, he worked at Shanghai Electrical Apparatus Research Institute, where he accumulated valuable experience to deal with the design and manufacturing of electric devices in practice, and constructed a solid foundation for further academic career development.  

Prof. Fu has made many contributions to the theory and application of electromagnetic field computation and electric device design, including the publication of over 180 refereed journal papers. He regularly serves as paper reviewer for IEEE Trans. Magnetics, IEEE Trans. Energy Conversion, IEEE Trans. Industrial Electronics, IEEE Trans. Power Electronics, IEEE Trans. Industry Application, Energies, and COMPUMAG, CEFC, INTERMAG international conferences. 

Prof. Fu’s research interests mainly focus on computational electromagnetics, optimal design of electric devices, applied electromagnetics, and novel electric machines.

Honours and Awards


Selected Publications

[1] Xinhua Guo, Shaozhe Wu, Weinong Fu, Yulong Liu, Yunchong Wang, Peihuang Zeng, "Control of Dual-Stator Flux-Modulated Motor for Electric Vehicles," Energies, to be published.

[2] Yulong Liu, Shuangxia Niu, and W. N. Fu, “Design of an Electrical Continuously Variable Transmission Based Wind Energy Conversion System,” IEEE Trans. Industrial Electronics, to be published.

[3] W. N. Fu, and Yiduan Chen, “A Post-Assembly Magnetization Method for a Line-start Permanent-magnet Motor, ” IEEE Trans. Applied Superconductivity, vol. 26, no. 4, June 2016, pp. 0602604.

[4] Yunchong Wang, W. N. Fu, and Shuangxia Niu, “A Novel Structure of Dual-stator Hybrid Excitation Synchronous Motor, ” IEEE Trans. Applied Superconductivity, vol. 26, no. 4, June 2016, pp. 0605805.

[5] H. Liu, Y. Hao, S. Niu, W. Fu, “Computation of electromagnetic losses in double-rotor vernier PM motors with three topologies using TS-FEM, ” International Review of Electrical Engineering, 2015, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 22-27.

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