from international survey of power electronics education in Australasian
and North American Universities will be presented.
Software Packages and Experiences in Simulating Power Electronics and Motor
Animators: Prof. Ned Mohan, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Univ. of
Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA; Prof. Eisuke Masada, Tokyo University
In this discussion group, capabilities of various simulation packages will
be presented for modeling of power electronics and motor drives. Users of
these packages will describe their experiences.
Animators: Prof. Hirofumi Akagi, Okayama University and Prof. Tore
Undeland, NTNU, Norway
This discussion session provides an informal discussion about the state of
the art of FACTS devices, and about future prospects and directions,
including the personal views and expectations of
Animator: Prof. Paolo Tenti, University of Padova
- CISPR and IEC standards regarding conducted and radiated noise emission
- typical problems arising from their application
- mitigation guidelines
Sensorless ac drives
moderator to be chosen
Topic description not available at time of printing
Large industrial drives
Animators: Jacques Coureault, Directeur Technique and Henri Godfroid, Chef
de Service, Division Ensembles Industriels, CEGELEC
Machine/Converters arrangements commonly used and new trends.
POST CONFERENCE TRIPS
Post Conference Technical Trips
1. Visit at Hydroelectric power stations
In the river Nidelva, which runs through the city of Trondheim, the energy
company Trondheim Energiverk (TEV) operate seven of its hydroelectric power
stations. A technical tour to two of these stations will be arranged.