Victor Mukherjee

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This paper deals with magnetic modeling of a bearingless synchronous reluctance motor. The motor under consideration includes two separate sets of three-phase windings, one for torque production and the other one for radialforce production. This paper demonstrates by means of finite-element analysis, that it is unrealistic to assume the two three-phase(More)
PURPOSE Previously we showed that BDMC, an analogue of curcumin suppresses growth of human breast and laryngeal cancer cell line by causing apoptosis. Here, we demonstrate the enhanced anti-cancer activity of a heterocyclic ring (indole) incorporated curcumin analogue ((1E, 6E)-1, 7-di (1H-indol-3-yl) hepta-1, 6-diene-3, 5-Dione), ICA in short, in(More)
Understanding the influence of ubiquitously present plant steroids on mammalian cell biology is currently of interest. Feedback inhibition of HMGCoA reductase (HMGCR) catalytic activity in the transformation of HMG-CoA to mevalonate is a significant regulatory step in sterol biosynthetic pathway. To assess the role of dietary steroids in this biochemical(More)
The paper present a novel idea of simulating a flux controller with a finite element solver embedded in the motor model for the bearingless operation of a synchronous reluctance motor. Since rotor anisotropy and strong magnetic saturation can be accurately modelled in the finite element solutions, simulating the controller with a finite element based(More)
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