7th European Conference


MW wind power station with low ac-line distortion



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1.5 MW wind power station with low ac-line distortion

using a standard doubly-fed generator system with field

orientation control (St. 132) 2.739

Bernhard Eggert, CEGELEC AAS, Germany
Session D9a: Energy system management, user applications experiences, modelling and simulation

Session Chairman:

K. Bouwknegt, Holec, The Netherlands

Investigation of the Interference of Controlled Electrical

Drives with the Power System by Simulator Coupling

(St. 133) 2.743

Volkmar Müller, D. Haenelt, TU Dresden, T. Röseler,

Siemens AG, Germany

Modeling and Simulation of Induction Motor Drive

under Inverter Fault Operations (St. 134) 2.749

Nicolas Retiere, L. Gerbaud, D. Roye, Laboratoire

d’Electrotechnique de Grenoble, P.J. Chrzan,

Technical University of Gdansk, P. Mannevy, SNCF, France

Fundamental Component Measurement in Power

Supplies with high Harmonic Content (St. 135) 2.755

W. Deleroi, J. Woudstra, Technical University of Delft,

The Netherlands

High-performance software environment for power

electronic simulations (St. 136) 2.761

J. Nieznanski, R. Szczesny, K. Iwan, M. Ronkowski,

Technical University of Gdansk, Poland

A methodology using constrained optimisation

techniques for the design of static converters (St. 137) 2.767

Stéphane Bergeon, Laurent Gerbaud, Frédéric Wurtz,

James Roudet, Laboratoire d’Electrotechnique de Grenoble,

France

Microcomputer voltage control for diesel electrical

aggregate (St. 138) 2.773

Gorislav Erceg, Romina Erceg, Marinko Miletic, Univ. of Zagreb,

Croatia

A New Concept for the Configuration of Drive Systems

and Power Electronics Applications in Industrial

Environments (St. 139) 2.778

Ansgar Kern, Kee Hwan Kim, Ingenieurbüro Dr. Kern &

Associates, Germany

Mains Fail Selection for Utility Connected Inverters (St. 140) 2.784

J. Büttner, U. Kirchner, G. Berger, Technical University

of Ilmenau, J. Petzoldt, University of Rostock, Germany

Influence of Current Transition Functions on the

Diminution of Radiated and Conducted Emissions in

Power Electronic Circuits (St. 141) 2.788

F. Reby, M. Amberg, R. Bausiere, E. C. de Lille - L2EP, France

A functional description for static converter structures

design (St. 142) 2.794

Christophe Lechevalier, Laurent Gerbaud, Jean Bigeon,

Laboratoire de’Electrotechnique de Grenoble, France
Session D9b: EMC

Session Chairman:



Mari Haugen Jensen, Unitech, Norway

Comparative emissions measurements for full-bridge

switching strategies (St. 143) 2.800

Richard M. Duke, Bal Ram, University of Canterbury,

New Zealand

Fast Prediction of Differential Mode Noise Input Filter

Requirements for Flyback and Boost Unity Power Factor

Converters (St. 144) 2.806

Michael AE Andersen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Influence of system parameters on EMC behaviour of

IGBT inverters (St. 145) 2.810

F. Palis, R. Mecke, H. Mecke, Thomas Rummel,

Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg, Germany

Electromagnetic interference propagation - a wide

frequency range equivalent circuit for the two winding

transformer (ST. 146) 2.815

Luszcz Jaroslaw, Krzysztof Fagiewicz, Technical University

of Gdansk, Poland

Techniques Used to Suppress Electromagnetic

Interference in a VVVF Inverter (St. 147) 2.820

John Triplett, Parsons Brinckerhoff, N. Masoud,

M. Abdallah, National Authority for Tunnels,

T. Emoto, Toshiba Corporation, Egypt

Increased Pollution in the Protective Earth (St. 148) 2.823

Åke Larsson, Chalmers University of Technology,

Martin Lundmark, Janolov Hagelberg, Luleå University,

Sweden

Influence of electric parameters on radiated

perturbations from static converters by Moments method

(St. 149) 2.829

G. Rojat, J. Ben Hadj Slama, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France

Design of resonant Flyback converter under EMC

constraint (St. 150) 2.834

J. Schutz, A. Schellmanns, J. Roudet, L. E. G., France

Analysis of EMI sources inside power electronic

converters (St. 151) 2.840

A. Di Napoli, University of Rome III, F. Giulii Capponi,

Univeristy of Rome “La Sapienza”, L. Solero,

University of Rome III, Italy

EMC behaviour and modelization of high frequency

converter for induction heating (St. 152) 2.845

S.D. Bocus, S. El Baroudi, F. Bernot, Alain Berthon,

Institut de Génie Energétique, France

Influence of passive components stray behaviours on

SMPS conducted EMI (St. 153) 2.851

C. Gautier, E. Labouré, F. Costa, LESiR - ENS Cachan,

P. Petit, C. Labarre, Ecole des Mines de Douai, France

Influence of the I.G.B.T. switching processes on the

electromagnetic compatibility of power inverters (St. 154) 2.857

R. J. Pasterczyk, AGDE, France

Some simple approximations of interference spectra 2.864

A. Nagel, R.W. De Doncker, RWTH Aachen University of

Technology, Germany (St. 155)
Session D9c: Power conditioning, power factor correction

Session Chairman:

Frode Jenset, Siemens, Norway

Optimum diode-switched active filters for power factor

correction of single- and three-phase diode rectifiers with

capacitive smoothing (St. 156) 2.870

Vello Sarv, Tiiu Sakkos, Jüri Soojärv, Estonian Energy

Research Institute, Estonia

A Single-Phase Rectifier with Reduced Current Ripple

and Power Factor Correction (St. 157) 2.876

J.-M. Meyer, A. Rufer, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale

de Lausanne, Switzerland

A Three-Phase PWM Rectifier without Voltage Sensors

(St. 158) 2.881

Osamu Miyashita, Toshiya Ohnuki, Tokyo Denki University,

Japan, Ph. Lataire, Gaston Maggetto, Vrije Universiteit Brussel,

Belgium

Capacitor current and voltage ripple reduction in AC/DC

converters with power factor correction (St. 159) 2.887

L. Latkovskis, J. Stabulnieks, Latvian Academy of Sciences,

Latvia

Current-Fed Three-Phase Converter and Voltage-Fed

Three-Phase Converter using Optimum PWM Pattern

and Their Performance Evaluation (St. 160) 2.893

Y. Konishi, Fuji Electric Co. Ltd., E. Hiraki, Y. Matsumoto,

Y.L. Feng, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi National University, Japan

Analytical approach of switching behaviour and modeling

of single phase parallel structure of Boost type Power

Factor Corrector (St. 161) 2.901

B. Dakyo, J. C. Le Bunetel, L. Protin, Université du Havre,

W. Koczara, Institute of Control & Industriel Electronics, France

Application of micromachined technology to effective

power factor correction (St. 162) 2.906

W. Wojciak, T. Pozniak, A. Napieralski, T. U. of Lodz, Poland
Session D9d: Power conditioning, power factor correction

Session Chairman:

Prof. M. Crappe, Faculté Polytechnique de Mons, Belgium

Alternative approaches to improve power factor (St. 163) 2.911

Luc Wuidart, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, France

Power Factor Corrector with a Multiplier Control Stage

Based on Delta-Sigma Technique (St. 164) 2.918

Enrico Dallago, Gabriele Sassone, Marco Storti, University of

Pavia, Italy

A single-stage isolated unity power factor correction

scheme with single output voltage control loop automatic

current shaping and fast output voltage regulation (St. 165) 2.923

H. Jorquera, D. Sadarnac, SUPELEC, France

Analysis and Influence of Modulation Scheme on the

Sizing of the Input Filter in a PWM Rectifier System (St. 166) 2.929

F.R. Walsh, P. J. Roche, M. G. Egan, J. M. D. Murphy,

University College Cork, J.F. Moynihan, Analog Devices,Ireland

A three phase PWM boost rectifier with high power factor

operation and an acceptable current THD using only three

switches (St. 167) 2.934

L.C. de Freitas, C.H. Treviso, J. B. Vieira Júnior,

V. J. Farias, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia,

Brasil

Improvement methods of conversion quality in

three-phase AC line power controllers - circuit topology

and basic properties (St. 168) 2.940

Ryszard Strzelecki, Zbigniew Fedyczak, Grzegorz Kobylecki,

Radoslaw Kasperek, Zielona Góra University of Technology,

Poland

Using two-input buck post-regulator to obtain high

quality flyback power factor corrector (St. 169) 2.946

M.M. Hernando, P. Villegas, J. Sebastian, F. Nuno,

Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Session D9e: Reliability

Session Chairman:

Jørgen Andersen, NSB, Norway

Parameter correlation of partial discharge pulse trains

with the electrical stress (St. 170) 2.952

Constantin Cruceru, University „Valachia“-Targoviste,

Toader Munteanu, “Dunarea de Jos” University, Romania

Harmonic Component Resonance in Power Systems in

Combination with Power-Factor Control (St. 171) 2.956

W. Deleroi, J. Woudstra, Technical University Delft,

The Netherlands

Experience of Maintenance and Designing Systems of

Electric Drives for Large Power Belt Conveyors in

conditions of Open Mining (ST. 172) 2.961

V.M. Mamalyga, Kiev Polytechnical Institute, Ukraine

Monitoring of Digitally Controlled Generator Excitation

System (St. 173) 2.967

S. Togno, G. Ottaviani, ABB Industria, Italy

Safety electrical appliance recognition using an artificial

intelligence system (St. 174) 2.973

J.-M. Kasbarian, S. Tian, C. Clausse, P. Hanchin,

Schneider Electric, D. Lafore, Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs

de Marseille, France
Session D9f: Diagnostics

Session Chairman:

J. Coureault, Cegelec, France

Use of the output voltage of a switchmode power

supply to predict failure of filtering electrolytic capacitors

(St. 175) 2.978

P. Venet, A. Lahyani, P.J. Viverge, G. Grellet,

Université Claude Bernard de Lyon, France

Integrated condition monitoring and diagnosis of

electrical machines using minimum configuration

artificial intelligence (St. 176) 2.983

C. Tassoni, Università degli studi di Parma, Italy,

P. Vas, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom,

F. Filippetti, University of Bologna,

G. Franceschini, Università degli studi di Parma, Italy

Deterministic approach and neural network approach

for stator short circuits diagnosys in induction machines

(St. 177) 2.989

Santol Meo, Univeristà di Napoli “Federico II”,

F. Filippetti, Università di Bologna,| G. Franceschini,

C. Tassoni, Università di Parma,

G. Gentile, Università di Napoli, A. Ometto,

Università dell’Aquila, Italy

Fault detection and diagnosis in the electric drives (St. 178) 2.995

R. Szczesny, Technical University of Gdansk, Poland,

H. Piquet, LEEI, P. Kurzynski, Technical University of Gdansk,

Poland

Modelling and Simulation of Semiconductor Systems for

Diagnostic Purposes (St. 179) 2.1001

Zygfryd Glowacz, AGH - University of Mining & Metallurgy,

Poland

Tuesday 9 September 1997


Session D1c: Monolithic integration

Session Chairmen:

J. L. Sanchez, LAAS, France

A. Jaeklin, ABB, Switzerland



New challenges toward smart power (St. 1) 3.001

M. I. Castro Simas, Instituto Superior Técnico,

P. Santos, A.P. Casimiro, Instituto de Telecomunicacoes,

M. Lança, Insituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

Use of rapid thermal processing for isolation and

interconnect technologies applied to smart power (St. 2) 3.009

J-M Dilhac, L. Cornibert, G. Charitat, LAAS-CNRS,

M. Bafleur, Motorola Inc, N. Nolhier, D. Zerrouk, LAAS-CNRS,

France

Design of Power LDMOS Transistors Integrated in

SmartMOS TM Circuits (St. 3) 3.015

P. Rossel, D. Moncoqut, LAAS-CNRS,

D. Farenc, Motorola Semiconducteurs S.A.,

H. Tranduc, G. Charitat, LAAS-CNRS, I. Pagès,

Motorola Semiconducteurs S.A., France

The Design of a Smart Power Switch for High-Frequency

Converters (St. 4) 3.021

D.R.H. Carter, R. A. McMahon, Cambridge University,

United Kingdom

Latch-up Suppressed LIGBT with an N-type Ring (St. 5) 3.027

Sung-Lyong Kim, Sang-Koo Chung, Jungyol Jo,

Ajou University, Korea

Integration of polysilicon diodes in a smart power process

(St. 6) 3.031

I. Claverie, J. Mille, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics,

O. Bonnaud, Groupe Microélectronique et Visualisation,

J. Oualid, LMCS - ENS de Physique Marseille,

R. Jerisian, Laboratoire Micro-électronique de Puissance, France

Transient Behaviour of isolation architectures in

smart power integrated circuits (St. 7) 3.036

Evgueni Stefanov, Georges Charitat, Nicolas Nolhier,

Pierre Rossel, LAAS, France

Analytical model for the optimization of the turn-off

performance of a self-firing MOS-Thyristor device (St. 8) 3.042

M. Breil, J.-L. Sanchez, Laboratoire d’Analyse et d’Architecture

des Syst. du CNRS, France

Monolithic integration of MOS-gated optically triggered

thyristor and over-temperature protection circuit (St. 9) 3.049

O. Guillemet, R. Berriane, J. Jalade, J.L. J.P. Laur,

Laboratoire d’Analyse et d’Architecture des Syst. du CNRS,

France

Low cost integration for monolithic smart IGBT (St. 10) 3.054

R. Letor, L. Fragapane, G. Percolla, M. Saggio,

F. Saya, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Italy

Monolithic Converter with High Efficiency from 3.5 A

down to 1mA (St. 11) 3.060

M.R. Borghi, A. Magazzú, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics,

Italy

A Novel Lateral SOI BMFET with Trench Diffused Gate

(St. 12) 3.065

Kim Doo-Young, Byon Dae-Seok, Han Min-koo,

Seoul National University, Choi Yearn-Ik, Ajou University, Korea

Trench-Gate SOI LIGBT with Hole Collector (St. 13) 3.070

W.O. Lee, Korea Electronics Co. Ltd., B.H. Lee,

Seoul National University, J.C. Shin, J.E. Park,

Y.S. Han, Korea Electronics Co. Ltd., M.K. Han,

Seoul National University, Y.I. Choi, Ajou University, Korea

Microcontroller powers small motors: single-chip

smart power IC controls a servo-valve (St. 14) 3.076

Virginia Natale, Michele Palazzi, Giulio Ricotti,

Domenico Rossi, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Italy,

Jean J. Bardyn, Philippe Chabbert, Crouzet automatismes,

France

The integrable G.T.O. provides functional integration

(St. 15) 3.080

Dominique Bergogne, L.M.P. Université de Tours,

Robert Pezzani, Béatrice Renon, Laurent Moindron,

SGS-Thomson Microelectronics DSG, France

A Monolithic Full-Integrated Device For Off-line Switching

Power Supply (St. 16) 3.083

R. Quaglino, G. Gattavari, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Italy
Session D1d: Hybrid Integration

Session Chairman:

Ulrik Jæger, Danfoss, Denmark

Electrothermal behaviour of an IGBT chip directly

brazed on a micro two phases heat exchanger (St. 17) 3.088

L. Meysenc, S. Raël, C. Schaeffer, Laboratoire

d’Electrotechnique de Grenoble, France

A Novel Low-Cost and High-Reliability IGBT Module

for General Use (St. 18) 3.092

A. Tamba, T. Terasaki, T. Shigemura, M. Sasaki, S. Sekine,

Y. Sonobe, Hitachi Ltd, Japan

A universal smart control-IC for high-power IGBT-

applications (St. 19) 3.098

R. Herzer, Semikron Elektronik GmbH, Ch. Bokeloh,

J. Lehmann, Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany

Some experiences concerning of a starting and service

of high power IGBT converters (St. 20) 3.103

Stefan Januszewski, Henryk Swiatek, Krzysztof Zymmer,

Electrotechnical Institute, Poland

Intelligent Integrated Power for Low Power Applications

(St. 21) 3.109

Katja Stengert, Christian Göbl, Semikron International, Germany

Dielectric ceramic technology for high power integrated

hybrid converters (St. 22) 3.113

J. D. van Wyk, C. K. Campbell, M. F. K. Holm,

Rand Afrikaans University, South Africa

Reliability of high power IGBT modules Testing on

thermal fatigue effects due to traction cycles (St. 23) 3.118

A. Hamidi, G. Coquery, R. Lallemand, INRETS LTN, France

Hybrid power Module, a good and versatile power

management (St. 24) 3.124

Philippe Perruchoud, Pierre Aloïsi, Motorola Semiconductors,

France


Technology for Planar Integrated Output Filters for Hybrids

(St. 25) 3.129

J.D. van Wyk, S.J. Marais, J.A. Ferreira, R. A. U., South Africa

Switching performance of a SMPS Implemented in IMS

Technology (St. 26) 3.134

W. Teulings, J.L.Schanen, J. Roudet, LEG, France

Session D4c: Converter control application to single phase systems

Session Chairman:

Lars Bøhler, Unitech, Norway



Genetic-Algorithm Controlled Converters for Photovoltaic

Generator Systems (St. 27) 3.139

T. Ohnuki, O. Miyashita, K. Ohniwa,

T. Fujimaki, Tokyo Denki Univ., Japan

An original control of a buck converter with a real

time card (St. 28) 3.144

C. Batard, F. Levagueresse, C. Bergmann, IUT de Nantes,

France

A new current feedback method in PWM converters

by using a toroidal transformer (St. 29) 3.150

M. Sanz, A. Llombart, J. Sallan, A.A. Bayod,

Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

An approximate dead-beat control strategy for the design

of function regulators in DC-DC converters (St. 30) 3.155

Falah Al-hosini, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden

The Analytical Description of Impedance Conversion in

the Static Converter by means of Distribution Theory (St. 31) 3.161

G. Skarpetowski, ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation,

Switzerland

Voltage Injection Control for Power Supplies in Radar

Applications (St. 32) 3.167

D. E. Macpherson, C. Bunlaksananusorn,

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom,

F. Fisher, GEC Marconi

A High-performance digital phase-shift controller for

the zero-voltage-switched fullbridge converter (St. 33) 3.173

Ivan K Ellis, Andrew J Forsyth, University of Birmingham, U.K.,

Zhengyu Lu, Zhejiang University, China

A Novel Control Strategy For IGBT-Four-Quadrant

Converters (St. 34) 3.179

Dieter Maischak, Siemens Transportation Systems, Germany

Describing function-based analysis of a class of PWM

feedback control systems (St. 35) 3.184

Ciro Picardi, A. Eisinberg, P. Muraca, G. Palmieri,

Universita’ della Calabria, Italy
Session D4d: Converter control applications to three phase systems

Session Chairman:

J. Pedersen, Aalborg University, Denmark



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