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An Electrothermal DMOS Model in ELDO applied to

the simulation of an integrated H-bridge (St. 17) 4.088

O. Schepp, A. Kostka, Technical University of Darmstadt,

Germany

Modelling the Forward Recovery of the High Power Diode

for Circuit Simulation (St. 18) 4.094

Rémy Kolessar, Royal Institute of Technology,

Bo Danielsson, ABB Power Systems AB, Sweden

A new model of a mos component compatible with

the automatic circuit simulation (St. 19) 4.099

Z. Bestaoui, C. Batard, B. Feuvrie, C. Bergmann,

IUT de Nantes, France

The Lumped-Charge Buffered Power Diode Model for

High Power Applications (St. 20) 4.105

Kraig J. Olejniczak, Zia Hossain, University of Arkansas,

Eric X. Yang, Vic A.K. Temple, Harris Semiconductor,

Cliff L. Ma, Analogy Inc., USA

An Automatic Parameter Extraction Technique for an

Improved PiN Diode Circuit Model (St. 21) 4.111

Antonio Strollo, Ettore Napoli, University of Naples,

Luigi Fratelli, Giuseppe Giannini, Ansaldo Trasporti, Italy

High Critical Temperature Superconducting Switches

for Power Electronics Applications (St. 22) 4.117

L. Garcia-Tabarés, I. Iglesias, A. Ramos, J.M. Asanza,

J. Calero, CEDEX, P. Abramian, CIEMAT, L.A. Angurel,

C. Diez, ICMA, X. Obradors, X. Granadors, ICMAB, Spain

An Accurate Circuit Model for Coreless PCB-based

transformers (St. 23) 4.123

S. Y. R. Hui, H. Chung, S. C. Tang, City University of

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Analytical Model for Dynamic Avalanche Breakdown

in Power Devices (St. 24) 4.129

L. Göhler, Universität der Bundeswehr München,

J. Sigg, Siemens AG, Germany

General Approach to Thermal Simulation of Modern

Smart Power Modules (St. 25) 4.134

M. Furmanczyk, A. Szajfler, A. Napieralski, Technical

University of Lódz, Poland

The IGBT model optimised for the circuit analysis and

design (St. 26) 4.139

Witold Pawelski, Andrzej Napieralski, Technical University of

Lodz, Poland

PSPICE model for high voltage IGBTs (St. 27) 4.145

Giovanni Busatto, A. Polverino, Università di Napoli "Federico II“,

L. Fratelli, G. Giannini, Ansaldo Trasporti, Italy

Electrothermal simulation of fast switching integrated

power elctronic circuits (St. 28) 4.151

P. Vales, J.M. Dorkel, LAAS, France

On-State Electrothermal Modelling of Large Area Power

Components and Multichip Power Modules (St. 29) 4.157

K. Bellil, P. Tounsi, J.-M. Dorkel, Laboratoire d’Analyse et

d’Architecture des Syst. du CNRS,

Ph. Leturcq, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées

de Toulouse, France
Session D2a: Multilevel and matrix converters

Session Chairman:

Prof. B. Davat, GREEN, Nancy, France

Three-Phase Three-Level Voltage-Source Converters

Coupled with Harmonic Canceling Interphase Reactors 4.162

Kuniomi Oguchi, Naoya Nakajima, Takahiko Sano,

Ibaraki University, Japan (St. 30)

Stability Analysis of Multilevel Converters with Imbricated

Cells (St. 31) 4.168

J.L. Duarte, P.J.M. Julicher, L.J.J. Offringa, W.D.H. v.

Groningen, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Five Level Laboratory VAr Compensator With Separated

Floating DC Voltages (St. 32) 4.175

Tonny W. Rasmussen, Technical University of Denmark,

Denmark

Control strategy for multilevel converter applied for

electric power system (St. 33) 4.181

Noriyuki Kimura, Akira Matsumoto, Toshimitsu Morizane,

Katsunori Taniguchi, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan

Serial connection: soft switching a way to reduce

parasitic overcurrents (St. 34) 4.187

N. Lapassat, D. Chatroux, Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique,

D. Lafore, CEGEMA-ESIM, France

Switch-Effective Modulation Strategy for Matrix Converters 4.193

Åke Christensson, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden (St. 35)

A Matrix Converter switching controller for low losses

operation without snubber circuits (St. 36) 4.199

J-J Huselstein, R. Cittadini, C. Glaize, Université Montpellier II,

France

A 3kW unit-power-factor multilevel rectifier based on

a double-boost converter (St. 37) 4.204

Patrick Bartholomeus, Philippe Le Moigne,

Ecole Centrale de Lille, France

Single- and three-phase multilevel converters for traction

systems 50Hz/16 2/3 Hz (St. 38) 4.210

N. Schibli, A.-Ch. Rufer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,

Switzerland

A new approach in multilevel power conversion (St. 39) 4.216

Mario Marchesoni, A. Damiano, Università degli Studi

di Cagliari,

M. Fracchia, Università degli Studi di Genova,

I. Marongiu, Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy
Session D2b: Power converters

Session Chairman:

Prof. J. W. Kolar, T. U. Vienna, Austria

Thyristor power supplies for plasma technology (St. 40) 4.222

Teolan Tomson, Estonian Energy Research Institute , Estonia,

Aruy Marotta, Heinz Hoppe de Souza, Ins. de Fisika

Gleb Wataghin”, Brazil



An Improved Three-Phase Diode Rectifier for Reducing

AC Line Current Harmonics (St. 41) 4.227

Shigeo Masukawa, Shoji Iida, Tokyo Denki University, Japan

Optimizing Switching Losses and EMC of Pulse Controlled

Inverters using EMC-Snubber Circuits (St. 42) 4.233

Olaf Scheuer, B. Orlik, University of Bremen, Germany

DC Link Currents in Bidirectional Power Converters with

Coordinated Pulse Patterns (St. 43) 4.239

L. Sack, University of Erlangen, Germany

The space vector control of the PWM-Rectifier using

U/f references (St. 44) 4.245

Jaakko Ollila, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Comparison of state of the art Gate Drive Techniques for

High Side Switch (St. 45) 4.250

I. Zverev, University of Rostock, S. Konrad,

V. Schilling, Technical University of Ilmenau,

J. Petzoldt, University of Rostock, Germany

Analysis of Phase-Shift Controlled AC-AC Converters

Based on Switching Vector Theory (St. 46) 4.256

J. Kyyrä, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

The energy efficient defence circuits of the commuter train

converters (St. 47) 4.262

S.I. Volsky, P. V. Butenko, E.A. Lomonova,

Moscow State Aviation Institute, Russia,

A.B. Uan-Zo-li, Virginia Tech, USA,

J.B. Klaassens, Delft Technical University, The Netherlands

A new forward converter using non-dissipative snubber 4.268

João B. Vieira Jr., Universidade Federal de Uberlândia,

J. A. Corrêa Pinto, Escola Técnica Federal do Pará - ETFPA,

A. A. Pereira, V. J. Farias, L. C. de Freitas, Universidade

Federal de Uberlândia, Brasil (St. 48)

Watercooled GTO Compact Converter (St. 49) 4.272

Heinrich Baumann, Johannes Scholten, Manfred Zengerle,

ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation GmbH, Germany

An optimised energy recovery snubber circuit for

switching power converters (St. 50) 4.276

Diana Izvorska, Joe Leisten, University of Teesside, U. K.,

Petrov Roumen, Swichtec Power Systems Ltd, New Zealand

Protective Device for Electronic Tap Changer for

Distribution Transformers (St. 51) 4.282

P. Bauer, S.W. de Haan, TU Delft, The Netherlands

A Novel Direct Frequency Converter Structure

Controlled by a Cooperative Predictive Algorithm (St. 52) 4.286

Eduardo P Wiechman, Rolando P Burgos, Universidad de

Concepcion, Jose R. Rodriguez, Universidad Santa Maria, Chile

High power Soft Switching PWM IGBT Converter Electrical

and EMC Characterization (St. 53) 4.292

Cazabat S., Gonzalez J., Alcatel Alsthom Recherche,

Critchley R., Cegelec, Forest F., Melhem W., LESIR,

Pouliquen H., EDF, A. Puzo, Alcatel Alsthom Recherche, France

High power factor high efficiency bidirectional GTO

rectifiers for locomotive application (St. 54) 4.298

J. Bou Saada, P. Colignon, P. Thomas, GEC-Alsthom

ACEC Transport, F. Avaux, L. Delporte, P. Mathys, ULB Elmitel,

Belgium

Modular DC-link converter units for the power supply of

electrical railway networks (St. 55) 4.305

P.G. Kamp, B. Endres, M. Wolf, Siemens AG, Germany
Session D2c: Resonance applications

Session Chairman:



Prof. Y. Cheron, LEEI/ENSEEIHT, France

Improvement of the power factor of dimmers using high

frequency zero current switching (St. 56) 4.311

G. Schröder, University of Siegen, K.-J. Lux, Micromatik GmbH,

B.H. Yu, D-Tech GmbH, H. Siebel, University of Siegen, Germany

Novel zero current switching high frequency inverter

applied for an emission control in diesel engine (St. 57) 4.315

Yoshihiro Hatanaka, Sachio Kubota, Sekiya Yoshiaki,

Tokyo University of Mercantile Marine, Japan

Design of a LCC resonant inverter for high-frequency

lamp ballast resonant current controlled with high power

factor (St. 58) 4.321

F. Ferrero, M. Rico, A. Marcos, C. Blanco, E. Corominas,

A. Calleja, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain

Self-adjusting resonant converters and application by

high power electrical ARC furnaces (St. 59) 4.327

Kuno Janson, Jaan Järvik, Tallinn Technical University, Estonia

Soft switching inverter power source for arc welding (St. 60) 4.333

Hubert Mecke, Wolfgang Fischer, Frank Werther,

Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany

A Novel Auxiliary Resonant Commutated Pole Inverter

Topology with Zero Current Turn-off Switching (St. 61) 4.338

Min-Hong Kim, Samsung Motors Inc., Dong-Seok Hyun,

Hanyang University, Korea

IGBT Half-Bridge Inverter for Induction Heating

Applications with Active Auxiliary Resonant Circuit (St. 62) 4.344

Jin-Woo Jung, LG Electronic Inc., Byoung-Kuk Lee,

Bum-Seok Suh, Dong-Seok Hyun, Hanyang University, Korea

New Phase-Shifted Soft-Switching PWM Series Resonant

Inverter Topologies and Their Practical Evaluations (St. 63) 4.350

Mutsuo Nakaoka, Yamaguchi National University, Satosi Nagai,

Tsuyama National College of Technology, Naoya Baba,

Yasuhiro Arai, Yamaguchi National University, Japan

Soft-Switched PWM High-Frequency Load-Resonant

Inverter with Power Factor Correction for Induction Heating

Cooking Appliance (St. 64) 4.356

S. P. Wang, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi National University,

K. Izaki, I. Hirota, H. Yamashita, H. Omori, Matsushita Electric

Industrial Co. Ltd, Japan

A Novel Resonant DC Link Multi-function Three Phase

PWM Converter for Battery Energy Storage System (St. 65) 4.362

E. Hiraki, M. Kurokawa, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, Japan

Digital predicitive current control of quasi resonant DC link

inverter fed asynchronous motors (St. 66) 4.368

Aldo Perfetto, Università di Napoli „Federico II“,

C. Attaianese, Università di Cassino, S. Meo, Università di Napoli

Federico II”, Italy



Design Optimisation of an Active Clamp Forward Converter

(St. 67) 4.373

P.J. Haigh, Powertron Ltd., A.J. Forsyth, University of

Birmingham, United Kingdom
Session D2d: Resonance 1

Session Chairman:

Prof. Th. Meynard, LEEI/ENSEEIHT, France

A Control Analysis and Closed-Loop Design for

Serie-Parallel Resonant Converter (St. 68) 4.379

T. Planas, SUPELEC, J. Laeuffer, General Electric

Medical System-Europe, E. Godoy, B. Lorcet,

D. Sadarnac, SUPELEC, France

FPGA based Control of an ARCP-Inverter without

Additional Sensors (St. 69) 4.385

L. Sack, H.G. Eckel, K. Rascher, University of Erlangen,

Germany

A generalized sliding mode controller for half-wave

quantum resonant converters (St. 70) 4.391

Miguel Castilla, L. Garcia de Vicuña, Mariano Lopez,

Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña-UPC, Spain

A full-bridge SR-PWM DC-DC converter operating

at reduced conduction and commutation losses using

phase-shift control (St. 71) 4.397

J.B. Vieira Jr., J.C. da Silva e Sousa, A.A. Pereira,

V.J. Farias, L.C. de Freitas, Universidade Federal de

Uberlândia, Brazil

A High-Power-Factor Buck Converter with Soft-Switching

Operation (St. 72) 4.403

Katsunori Taniguchi, Toshimitsu Morizane,

Noriyuki Kimura, Osaka Institute of Technology,

Lee Hyun-Woo, Kyungnam University, Japan

Thermal Failures on a 2kW-100kHz IGBT-based DC-DC

Resonant (St. 73) 4.409

Dario D’Amore, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Reliable method used to size a multiresonant LCCL type

converter (St. 74) 4.414

B. Dakyo, F. Lafitte, L. Protin, Université du Havre, France

Evaluation of resonant converters for increased

softswitching range (St. 75) 4.419

Roy Nilsen, Norwegian University of Science & Technology,

Terje Melaa, Tom F. Nestli, ABB Corporate Research,

Norway, Per Ranstad, ABB Fläkt Industri AB, Sweden,

Alf Kåre Ådnanes, Øye Kjartan, ABB Corporate Research,

Norway

Predicting real characteristics of buck-boost zero-voltage

switching quasi-resonant converters (St. 76) 4.426

N. P. Polyzos, E.C. Tatakis, University of Patras, Greece
Session D2e: Resonance 2

Session Chairman:

Odd Roar Schmidt, Powec, Norway

An asymmetrical reactor type zero current switching

DC-DC converter with constant frequency voltage control

(St. 77) 4.432

Masaki Suzuki, Yoshihiro Hatanaka, Sachio Kubota,

Tokyo University of Mercantile Marine, Japan

Direct three-phase „low frequency“ to single phase "high

frequency“ converter with sinusoidal line currents (St. 78) 4.438

Florent Andrianoelison, Cyril Pouet, Darius Dedecius,

LARGE, France

A series resonant DC/DC converter operating in ZVS

mode from maximum power to no load (St. 79) 4.443

Florent Andrianoelison, Darius Dedecius, LARGE,

Yvon Cheron, LEEI, France

Design Improvement and Experimental Characterization

of the Full Bridge ZVS Converter With Secondary Clamped

Inductor (St. 80) 4.448

João Beirante, Beatriz V. Borges, Instituto de

Telecomunicações, Portugal, Stanimir Valtchev,

Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

A Self-Resonant-PWM Boost Converter with Unity

Power Factor Operation by Using a Bang-Bang Current

Control Strategy with Fixed Switching Frequency (St. 81) 4.454

L.C. de Freitas, R. Tóffano Jr., J.C. de Oliveira, V. J. Farias,

J. B. Vieira Jr., Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Brazil

Application of the AC link in power conversion systems

(St. 82) 4.459

Antoni Bogdan, Tadeusz Citko, Bialystok Technical University,

Poland

Improvement of Performance of Four Quadrant

Converter using Unidirectional DC Link Inductor (St. 83) 4.465

B. Dobrucky, University of Transport and Communications,

Slovak Republic, J. Kyyrä, Helsinki University of Technology,

Finland, V. Rácek, Slovak Technical University, M. Hukel,

J. Dubovsky, University of Transport and Communications,

Slovak Republic
Session D5g: Sensorless drives - Induction Machines

Session Chairman:



Prof. S. Bolognani, Univ. of Padova, Italy

Robust control of sensorless vector control drives (St. 84) 4.470

R. Blasco-Giménez, F. Morant, Univerisdad Politécnica

de Valencia, Spain

A microcontroller implementation of speed sensorless

field oriented control of induction machine (St. 85) 4.476

Martin Riese, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

A novel sensorless controller for induction motor drives

(St. 86) 4.480

Shyh-Shing Perng, National Taiwan Institute of Technology,

Yen-Shin Lai, National Taipei Institute of Technology,

Liu Chang-Huan, National Taiwan Institute of Technology,

Taiwan R.O.C.

Control of a Shaft-Sensorless Position Induction Motor

Using an Asymmetric Outer-Section Cage (St. 87) 4.486

G.M. Asher, J. Cilia, K.J. Bradley, M. Summer, University of

Nottingham, United Kingdom

Implementation of a Sensorless Induction Motor Drive

Control System with prescribed Closed Loop Speed

and Rotor Magnetic Flux Dynamics (St. 88) 4.492

S. J. Dodds, East London University, United Kingdom,

Jan Vittek, University of Zilina, Slovakia, Martin Mienkina,

Trinec Steel Works, Czech Republic

A PCMCIA DSP-card to boost inverter performance:

Sensorless drive control via extended Kalman filter (St. 89) 4.498

Eckart von Westerholt, Schneider Electric, France

Real-Time Sensorless Control for Rotor Field Oriented

Induction Motor (St. 90) 4.504

Dragos Ovidiu Kisch, Marian Ghinea, Gabriel Sirbu,

University Politehnica of Bucharest, Mariana Kisch,

Cygnus Computer Bucharest, Romania

Sensorless Vector Control of Induction Machines with

Stator Voltage Offset Compensation (St. 91) 4.508

Yukio Kataoka, Hisao Kubota, Kouki Matsuse, Meiji University,

Japan

Field Oriented Control of Induction Motor without Speed

Sensor (St. 92) 4.512

M. Hövermann, B. Orlik, U. Schumacher, University of Bremen,

Germany

Sensitivity analysis of sensorless induction motor drive

to motor parameter changes (St. 93) 4.518

Teresa Orlowska-Kowalska, Piotr Wojsznis,

Technical University of Wroclaw, Poland

DSP Implementation of an AC-Machine Sensorless

Speed Measurement System Using the Wigner Distribution 4.524

José Alex Restrepo Z, Trina A. de Pérez, María I. Giménez

de Guzmán, Victor M. Guzmán, Universidad Simón Bolivar,

Venzuela (St. 94)
Session D5h: Sensorless drives - Brushless Machines

Session Chairman:

Prof. F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark

A Sensorless Position control by Salient-Pole Brushless

DC Motor (St. 95) 4.529

Nobuyuki Kasa, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology,

Hiroshi Watanabe, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology,

Japan

High frequency method of sensor elimination in interior

permanent magnet (IPM) motors (St. 96) 4.535

Jun Oyama, Mengesha Mamo, Takashi Abe,

Tsuyoshi Higuchi, Eiji Yamada, Nagasaki University, Japan

An Improved Method for Sensorless Adaptive Control of

Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Motors (St. 97) 4.541

Lennart Harnefors, Peter Taube, Hans-Peter Nee,

The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

A DSP based controller for the sensorless control of

synchronous machines (St. 98) 4.547

D. Arab Khaburi, F. Meibody Tabar, A. Comsa,

F.M. Sargos, GREEN, France

A permanent magnet synchronous motor flux control scheme

without position sensors (St. 99) 4.553

Gastón Pesse, Tomás Pagá, Universidad Simón Bolívar,

Venezuela



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