Phumin Kirawanich
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Fuzzy logic control of an active power line conditioner
P Kirawanich, RM O'connell
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 19 (6), 1574-1585, 2004
Bandwidth enhancement of UWB microstrip antenna with a modified ground plane
N Prombutr, P Kirawanich, P Akkaraekthalin
International Journal of Microwave Science and Technology 2009, 2009
Study of high-power wideband terahertz-pulse generation using integrated high-speed photoconductive semiconductor switches
P Kirawanich, SJ Yakura, NE Islam
IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science 37 (1), 219-228, 2008
ON-State Characteristics of a High-Power Photoconductive Switch Fabricated From Compensated 6-H Silicon Carbide
KS Kelkar, NE Islam, P Kirawanich, CM Fessler, WC Nunnally
IEEE transactions on plasma science 36 (1), 287-292, 2008
Growth characteristics of mung beans and water convolvuluses exposed to 425‐MHz electromagnetic fields
P Jinapang, P Prakob, P Wongwattananard, NE Islam, P Kirawanich
Bioelectromagnetics 31 (7), 519-527, 2010
Early growth effects on Arabidopsis thaliana by seed exposure of nanosecond pulsed electric field
W Songnuan, P Kirawanich
Journal of Electrostatics 70 (5), 445-450, 2012
Methodology for interference analysis using electromagnetic topology techniques
P Kirawanich, R Gunda, NS Kranthi, JC Kroenung, NE Islam
Applied Physics Letters 84 (15), 2949-2951, 2004
An electromagnetic topology approach: Crosstalk characterizations of the unshielded twisted-pair cable
P Kirawanich, NE Islam, S Yakura
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 58, 285-299, 2006
Potential harmonic impact of a residential utility-interactive photovoltaic system
P Kirawanich, RM O'Connell
Ninth International Conference on Harmonics and Quality of Power …, 2000
Radio-frequency heating of GaAs and SiC photoconductive switch for high-power applications
R Gunda, DS Gleason, K Kelkar, P Kirawanich, WC Nunnally, NE Islam
IEEE transactions on plasma science 34 (5), 1697-1701, 2006
A method to characterize the interactions of external pulses and multiconductor lines in electromagnetic topology based simulations
P Kirawanich, N Kranthi, R Gunda, AR Stillwell, NE Islam
Journal of applied physics 96 (10), 5892-5897, 2004
Electromagnetic topology-based analysis of coupling through small aperture on cables of communication systems
P Kirawanich, N Kranthi, NE Islam, SJ Yakura
Electromagnetics 25 (7-8), 589-602, 2005
An electromagnetic topology method for cable interactions using a radiating dipole at apertures
P Kirawanich, SJ Yakura, C Christodoulou, NE Islam
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 5, 220-223, 2006
Electromagnetic topology quasisolutions for aperture interactions using transmission line matrix
P Kirawanich, D Gleason, SJ Yakura, NE Islam
Journal of applied physics 99 (4), 2006
Transmission lines as radiating antenna in sources aperture interactions in electromagnetic topology simulations
Tzeremes, Kirawanich, Christodoulou, Islam
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 3, 283-286, 2004
Commuters’ willingness to shift to metro: A case study of Salaya, Thailand
A Fraszczyk, W Weerawat, P Kirawanich
Urban Rail Transit 5 (4), 240-253, 2019
An FDTD interaction scheme of a high-intensity nanosecond-pulsed electric-field system for in vitro cell apoptosis applications
P Kirawanich, N Pausawasdi, C Srisawat, SJ Yakura, NE Islam
IEEE transactions on plasma science 38 (10), 2574-2582, 2010
Electromagnetic wave penetrating through apertures: Comparison of electromagnetic topology technique with FDTD method
P Kirawanich, G Tzeremes, C Christodoulou, SJ Yakura, NE Islam
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters 4, 151-154, 2005
Potential harmonic iumpact of microturbines on a commercial power distribution system
P Kirawanich, RM O'Connell
2003 IEEE Power Engineering Society General Meeting (IEEE Cat. No. 03CH37491 …, 2003
Near-field radiation from commercial cellular phones using a TEM cell
N Boriraksantikul, P Kirawanich, NE Islam
Progress In Electromagnetics Research B 11, 15-28, 2009
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