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Example of Static VAR Compensation of Arc Furnaces

Gustav Vaupel, Fachhochschule Hamburg, Lê Thanh-Nam, Siemens AG, Germany
Electromagnetic radiation from power electronics circuits

M. Youssef, J. Roudet, Y. Marechal, Laboratoire d'Electrotechnique de

Grenoble, France
Standardisation in Power Electronics

J. L. Sanhet, CEGELEC


Session L2c: Modulation strategies (P. Thøgersen, Danfoss drives, Denmark;

P. Vadstrup, Grundfos, Denmark)


Analysis of spectral effects of random PWM strategies for voltage-source

inverters

Andrzej M. Trzynadlowski, University of Nevada, USA, R. Lynn Kirlin,

University of Victoria, Canada, Michael M. Bech, Frede Blaabjerg, John K.

Pedersen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Novel Random PWM Method Based on Normally Distributed Random Data

Bin Kaku, Ichiro Miyashita, Toyo Electric Mfg. Co Ltd, Satoru Sone, The

University of Tokyo, Japan
Novel Space Vector Modulation Strategy for a Four-Switch Three-Phase

Inverter Motor Drive Applications

Darwin T.W Liang, University of Bradford, United Kingdom, Jiang Li,

Zhejiang University, P.R. China


Comparison of modulation strategies for B4-inverters

Frede Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark, Dorin Neacsu, Technical

University of Iasi, Romania, John K. Pedersen, Aalborg University, Kragh

Henrik, Grundfos A/S, Denmark


Random PWM Inverter Current Controller

C.B. Jacobina, E.R.C. da Silva, A.M.N. Lima, R.L.A. Ribeiro, Universidad

Federal de Paraíba, Brazil
Optimal space vector modulation technique applied to high power 3 levels

GTOs inverter for asynchronous motor drives

Luciano Puglisi, Università degli Studi di Genova, M. Carpita, Ansaldo

Ricerche SrL, M. Baragli, G. Striano, Università degli Studi di Genova, C.

Bacigalupo, Ansaldo Ricerche SrL, Italy
A PWM strategy using a discontinuous modulating signal for full-bridge inverters

Ciro Picardi, A. Eisinberg, G. Palmieri, Universita' della Calabria, Italy


Session L2d: Electronic power supplies systems (Prof. M. A. E. Andersen,

Tech. University of Denmark; K. Vangen, Unitech, Norway)


Analysis and Design of A Three-Phase Inverter with A Neutral Leg

Richard Zhang, Dusan Boroyevich, V Himamshu Prasad, Hengchun Mao, Fred C.

Lee, Stephen Dubovsky, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,

USA
Active Power Factor Correction of a Single Stage AC-DC Converter with Reactive Power Control

M. Butler, W.G. Hurley, University College Galway, W. Wölfle, Convertec

Ltd., Ireland


Universal-input unity power factor rectifier using a novel sepic-derived

topology


Ned Mohan, Hari Sree, University of Minnesota, USA, Johann W. Kolar,

Technical University of Vienna, Austria


Parallelling Power Converters for AC-DC Step-Down Power Conversion with

Inherent Power Factor Correction

S. Y. R. Hui, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, H. Yee, University

of Sydney, Australia


Single Switch AC/DC Power Factor Correction Converter Calid for Both Three

Phase and Single Phase Applications

Oscar Garcia, J.A. Cobos, R. Prieto, J. Uceda, Universidad Politecnica de

Madrid, Spain


Tuesday 9 September 1997, 8h30 to 10h00
Session L3a: Hybrid power Integration (P. Rossel, LAAS, France; U. Jæger,

Danfoss, Denmark)


Evaluation and future prospects of an integration technology for hybrid

multikilowatt power electronic converters

J.D. van Wyk, J.A. Ferreira, L.W. Hofsajer, M.C. Smit, Rand Afrikaans

University, South Africa


Drives go Components - the integration of power control mechanical and

thermal design to make systems components

Gabriel Rupprecht, D-Tech GmbH, Germany
Integral liquid cooled high speed power module

Serge Bontemps, Advanced Power Technology Europe, France, Patrick Sable,

Philippe Despagne, Dennis Grafham, Advanced Power Technology Europe,

Belgium
New Encapsulation Technics for 1MW - 1 to 4 kV High Power IGBT Inverters

E. Ranchy, A. Petitbon, J. Gonzalez, Alcatel Alsthom Recherche, France
Session L3b: Locomotives (Janus Vitins, Adtranz, Switzerland; G.

Zetterberg, Adtranz, Sweden)


Development of Three-Level Power Converter System Using IGBTs for

Shinkansen Trains

Inarida Satoru, Miyake Wataru, Mizuguchi Nobuaki, Mito Works Hitachi Ltd,

Hariyama Takashi, Hoshi Katsuyoshi, East Japan Railway Company, Japan


MITRAC Drive Control Unit for IGBT Converters

Peter Oom, Ingo Gehrke, Christian Endrikat, Ernst D. Lettner, ABB Daimler

Benz Transportation Ltd, Sweden
The static frequency converter of the TRANSRAPID propulsion system -

development and test results

Uwe Henning, P.G. Kamp, Siemens AG, Germany
Power traction converter with 3.3 kV IGBT modules

L. Fratelli, G. Giannini, Ansaldo Trasporti S.p.A., Italy


Session L3c: Servo drives (Prof. M. Jufer, EPFL, Switzerland; Prof. A.

Vandenput, T.U. Eindhoven, The Netherlands)


Field magnitude adaptation in induction motors

H. Rasmussen, Aalborg University, Denmark


Sensorless Field Oriented Speed Control of a Hybrid Stepper Motor Using an

Extended Kalman Filter

C. Obermeier, H. Kellermann, G. Brandenburg, J. Heinzl, T. U. München, Germany
An alternative method to servo motor drive torque ripple assessment

Philip C. Kjaer, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


Motionless detection of the starting rotor angle of a PMSM

C. Brunotte, W. Schumacher, T. U. Braunschweig, Germany


On line Idenfication and Compensation of Friction Influence of Feed Drives

of Machine Tools

Thomas Frenz, Dierk Schröder, T. U. of München, Germany
State of the art of smooth torque controller

E. Favre, J.-M. Mozzon, A. Crausaz, ETEL S.A., Switzerland


Session L3d: HVDC (Prof. Å. Ekström, ABB; B. R. Andersen, GEC, United Kingdom)
Analysis of an HVdc inverter in the Harmonic Domain

J. Arrillaga, G.N. Bathurst, B.C. Smith, N.R. Watson, University of

Canterbury, New Zealand
Comparison of Alternative HVDC Converter Topologies

M. Pereira, K. Sadek, Siemens AG, Germany, A.M. Gole, University of

Manitoba, D.P. Brandt, Brandt Consultants Inc., Canada
Properties of Capacitor Commutated Converters in long DC cable transmissions

Per Holmberg, Tomas Jonsson, Mats Lagerkvist, ABB Power Systems, Sweden


Random Modulation of Line Commutated Power Converters

Mats Alaküla, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden


Investigation of the operating performance of a 4-terminal HVDC system

Haus Ring, Forschungsgemeinschaft f Hochspannungs- & Hochstromtechn., U.

Radtke, PreussenElektra AG, Germany
Light triggered thyristor valve for HVDC

L. Popp, Siemens AG, Germany


Tuesday 9 September 1997, 10h30 to 12h30
Session L4a: Monolitic Power Integration (R. Basset , GEC Alsthom, United

Kingdom; J.L. Sanchez, LAAS, France)


A New IGBT with A Monolithic Self-Protection Circuits

P. Aloïsi, John Shen, Stephen P. Robb, France


From the gas tube towards the functional integration of a Solid State

protection in the Telecom Area

Robert Pezzani, Eric Bernier, Christian Ballon, SGS Thomson

Microelectronics, France


Trends in design and technology for new integrated power devices based on

functional integration

J-L. Sanchez, R. Berriane, P. Austin, M. Marmouget, LAAS, France
A CMOS Compatible Smart Power Process with Complete Dielectric Isolation

J. Weyers, W. Rost, ELMOS GmbH, H. Vogt, Fraunhofer-Inst. für Mikroelektr.

Schaltungen u. Syst., Germany, J. Millan, S. Hidalgo, J. Rebollo, Centro

Nacional de Microelectronica CSIC, Spain


A Monolithic Full-Integrated Device For Off-line Switching Power Supply

R. Quaglino, G. Gattavari, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Italy


Session L4b: Permanent Magnet Motor Drives (Prof. R. Belmans, K. U. Leuven,

Belgium; Prof. Hans Peter Nee, KTH Stockholm, Sweden)


Sensorless ELBERFELD Control of Brushless DC-motors for Energy-Optimized

Variable-Speed Household Refrigerators

John K. Pedersen, Aalborg University, Henrik R. Andersen, Danfoss

Transmisson Group Denmark, Denmark


Permanent Magnet Multipole 6-Phase Brushless DC Motor for Automotive

Applications

T. Izhar, P.D. Evans, The University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
Accurate evaluation of back EMF and forces in slotless permanent magnet

axial flux machines

Ezio Santini, Augusto Di Napoli, Carmen Santucci, Universtà di Roma "La

Sapienza", Italy


Assessment of alternative current control methods for brushless permanent

magnet motors

G.M. Raimondi, D. Howe, P.H. Mellor, University of Sheffield, U. K.
A Novel Controls-Oriented Model of PM Generator with Diode Bridge Output

Robert D. Lorenz, Michael J. Ryan, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA


Session L4c: Converter control (Prof. M. Alaküla, Lund Inst. of Tech.,

Sweden; Prof. L. Norum, NTNU, Norway)


Low-cost low-power buck-based input stage meeting the IEC 1000-3-2

line-current-harmonics limits

André S. Kislovski, Ascom Energy Systems, Switzerland
An Intelligent Current Controller using Delay Compensation for PWM Converters

Jin-Woo Lee, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea


Multivariable State Feedback Control for Power Electronic Systems

Dong-Choon Lee, Dong-Hee Kim, Yeungnam University, Korea


Simplified Static and Dynamic Models of the 3-loop Active Power Factor

Correction Systems

Sam Ben-Yaakov, Alexander Abramovitz, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Optimized control strategy for two level inverter drive application

oriented to reduce line current harmonics

E. De Paola, N. Palazzoli, Adtranz Italy, Italy, A. Brechter, Adtranz

Switzerland, Switzrland


High-Performance Single-Phase Power Factor Correction Converter Using New

Pulse Integral Value-Related Modulation Scheme and Its Practical

Evaluations

Yasuyuki Nishida, Mutsuo Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, Japan


Average and Small-Signal Model and Control Design for the Zero-Voltage

Zero-Current Switched Full-Brdige PWM Converter

C. Cuadros, C.Y. Lin, D. Boroyevich, R. Watson, G. Skutt, Virginia

Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA, P. Ribardiere,

Kollmorgen-Artus, France
Session L4d: FACTS (A. Haböck, Siemens, Germany; Prof. H. Akagi, Okayama

University, Japan)


Reactive Power Compensation Using A Unified Power Flow Controller Fed By A

Current Source

J. P. Jäger, Gerhard Herold, FA Universität Erlangen, Germany
Optimal Controller for the combination System of a UPFC and Conventional

Series Capacitors

Ying Jiang, Ake Ekström, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Analytical calculation of 6-pulse current converters in large compensated

networks in steady state

C. Weindl, G. Herold, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
The Hard Driven GTO - the Key Technology for Series Connection of GTOs for

low cost reliable High Power Inverters

P. K. Steimer, H. Grüning, J. Werninger, ABB Industrie AG, Switzerland
MPTC: an economical alternative to universal power flow controllers

Ned Mohan, University of Minnesota, USA


Design of a unified power flow controller for implementation into a micronetwork

Philippe Delarue, C. Bogus, R. Bausiere, Université de Lille - L2EP,

France, M. Crappe, M. Renglet, S. Dupuis, Faculté Polytechnique de Mons,

Belgium
Application of Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor (TCSC) for Damping of

Electromechanical Oscillations

Ole Johan Hjemås, Statnett SF, Norway, Motjaba Noroozian, ABB Power

Systems, Sweden
Wednesday 10 September 1997, 8h30 to 10h00
Session L5a: Characterization and Applications (Terje Rogne, EFI, Norway;

P. Lindmann, Ericsson Components, Sweden)


Problem of mechanical strength in electronics

V. Roizman, N. Nester, Technological University of Podillia, Ukraine


A New Intelligent Gate Control Scheme to Drive and Protect High Power IGBTs

Hwang-Geol Lee, Yo-Han Lee, Bum-Seok Suh, Dong-Seok Hyun, Hanyang

University, Jin-Woo Lee, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea
The Non-Invasive Measurement of chip currents in IGBT modules

P.R. Palmer, B.H. Stark, Cambridge University, United Kingdom


Body diode commutation considerations in series resonant converters

E.J. Dede, J. Jordan, G.H. Elin International S.A., J.A. Carrasco, E.

Maset, University of Valencia, Spain
Session L5b: Sensorless control (P. Tiitinen, ABB Industry, Finland; Prof.

F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark)


Present and future of drives sensorless and artificial intelligence applications

P. Vas, University of Aberdeen, W. Drury, Control Techniques plc, United Kingdom


Speed Sensorless High Performance Control for Traction Drives

M. Depenbrock, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, F. Hoffmann, Siemens Transportation

Systems, St. Koch, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
A Comparison of MRAS and EKF Estimators for Sensorless Vector Drives

G. J. Armstrong, D.J. Atkinson, University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, United

Kingdom
Control of an induction Motor without Shaft Encoder using the VeCon-Chip

O. Fenker, W. Schumacher, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany


Synchronous motor drives based on direct flux linkage control

J. Pyrhönen, J. Kaukonen, J. Luukko, M. Niemelä, Lappeenranta University of

Technology, Pekka Tiitinen, Janne Väänänen, ABB Industry Oy, Finland
Position sensorless direct flux linkage control of electrically excited

synchronous motors

M. Niemelä, J. Kaukonen, J. Luukko, J. Pyrhönen, O. Pyrhönen, Lappeenranta

University of Technology, Pekka Tiitinen, ABB Industry Oy, Finland


Direct torque control: application to crane drives

R. Belmans, KULeuven, F. Busschots, ASEA Brown Boveri - Belgium, Belgium


Session L5c: Active filters and harmonics (Prof. R. De Doncker, R.W.T.H.,

Germany; Prof. J. D. van Wyk, R.A.U., South Africa)


A Shunt Active Filter Based on Voltage Detection for Harmonic Damping

throughout a Power Distribution Feeder

Hirofumi Akagi, Okayama University, Japan
Experimental setup of a shunt active filter using a superconducting

magnetic energy storage system (SMES)

O. Simon, H. Späth, Universität Karlsruhe, K.P. Jüngst, P. Komarek,

Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany


Application of hopfield neural networks to real time frequency and harmonic

evaluation

L L Lai, City University London, United Kingdom, W L Chan, C T Tse, A T P

So, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


Hybrid filtration in conditions of asymmetric nonlinear load current pulsation

Grzegorz Benysek, Ryszard Strzelecki, Technical University of Zielona Góra,

Leszek Frackowiak, Technical University of Technology, Poland
Control laws for MV active filters

P. Michalak, H. Pouliquen, EDF - DER, France


Session L5d: Resonant Converters (Prof. L. Malesani, University of Padova,

Italy; Prof. H. Foch, LEEI, Toulouse, France)


A Single-Phase/Three-Phase Compatible Soft-Switched AC to DC Converter

J.Y. Choi, Korea Institute of Science & Technology, H.S. Mok, Seoul

National Polytechnic University, T.Y. Kim, Jeon-Sung Electric Co, Korea
An Efficiency Study of a Robust and Simple Three Phase Resonant Converter

Stig Munk-Nielsen, Frede Blaabjerg, John K. Pedersen, Aalborg University,

Denmark
Current-source resonant converter in power factor correction

H. Benqassmi, J.-P. Ferrieux, Laboratoire d'Electrotechnique de Grenoble, France


Characterization and Comparison of IGBTs and MCTs in Zero Current Switching

Converters

S. Bernet, ABB Corporate Research Center, Germany
Wednesday 10 September 1997, 10h30 to 12h30
Session L6a: Devices and modelling (Prof. P. Spirito, Univ. of Napoli,

Italy; Prof. G. Bussatto, Univ. of Napoli, Italy)


Simulation/Optimization of IC VDMOS Layout-Dependent Electrostatics

Rainer Thoma, James Victory, Juan Buxo, Tom Zirkle, Motorola Semiconductor

Products Sector, USA, Irenee Pages, Motorola S.A., Philippe Raguet,

Motorola S.A., France


A distributed model of IGBTs for circuit simulation

Ph. Leturcq, J-L Debrie, M. O. Berraies, Lab. d'Analyse et d'Architecture

des Systèmes du C.N.R.S., France
Axial Recombination Center Technology for Freewheeling Diodes

Josef Lutz, Semikron Elektronik GmbH, Germany


Proton irradiated 6kV GTO with full pressure contacts

A. I. Prikhodko, A. M. Surma, All-Russian Electrotechnical Inst., Russia


Switching behaviour of diodes based on new Semiconductor Materials and

Silicon - a comparative study

Manfred Bruckmann, Eric Baudelot, Heinz Mitlehner, Benno Weis, Siemens AG,

Germany
Session L6b: Estimation Techniques (Prof. F. Profumo, Univ. of Bologna,

Italy; W. Wymeersch, Stahlwerke Bremen, Germany)
A novel saturation adaptive rotor flux estimator for rotor flux oriented

induction machines

E. Levi, M. Sokola, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom
Standstill estimation of electrical parameters in induction motors with

optimal exciting signals

Wolfgang Michalik, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
Comparative study of identification methods for induction machines

G. Clerc, D.R. Chouiter, C. Besson, CEGELY - Ecole Centrale de Lyon, N.

Bellaaj M'Rabet, J.M. Retif, CEGELY - Insa, France
Salient pole synchronous motor parameter estimation in a direct flux

linkage controlled drive

J. Kaukonen, J. Pyrhönen, J. Luukko, M. Niemelä, O. Pyrhönen, Lappeenranta

Univ. of Technology, P. Tiitinen, ABB Industry Oy, Finland


Wide Bandwidth Flux Position and Velocity Estimation in AC Machines at any

Speed (including Zero) using Multiple Saliencies

Robert D. Lorenz, M. W. Degner, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Session L6c: Electric Vehicles (Prof. H. Kahlen, Univ. of Kaiserslautern,

Germany; Prof. G. Maggetto, VUB, Belgium)


Electric vehicle drive with surface-mounted permanent magnets for wide

field-weakening range

A. Binder, K. Greubel, B. Piepenbreier, A. Ackva, Siemens AG, Germany
High efficiency drive for electrical vehicles

F. Bernot, Institut de Génie Energétique, L. Gonthier, Technicréa

Engineering SA, S.D. Bocus, S. El Baroudi, A. Berthon, J.M. Kauffmann,

Institut de Génie Energétique, France


Charging Strategies for Electric Vehicles and their Consequences for Power

Supply


H-J. Haubrich, Andreas R. Heider, Aachen University of Technology, Germany
Control and Design Interaction in Hybrid Electrical Vehicles

Morten Hemmingsson, Bengt Simonsson, Mats Alaküla, Gustaf Olsson, Lund

Institute of Technology, Sweden
Design improvements of a gas turbine electric hybrid drive system using

TRIZ conceptual design

Anders Malmquist, The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Design and Control of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Drive for a

Hybrid Electric Vehicle

S. Van Haute, St. Henneberger, K. Hameyer, R. Belmans, K. U. Leuven, J. De

Temmerman, J. De Clercq, Inverto N.V., Belgium


Session L6d: Power converter circuits and control (H. Godfroid, Cegelec,

France; Prof.. J. W. Kolar, T. U. Vienna, Austria)


Novel Gate Power Supply Circuit Using Snubber Capacitor Energy for

Series-Connected GTO Valves

Taichiro Tsuchiya, Hideo Okayama, Masahiro Kimata, Mitsubishi Electric

Corporation, Japan


High power factor high efficiency bidirectional GTO rectifiers for

locomotive application

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


P.G. Kamp, B. Endres, M. Wolf, Siemens AG, Germany
State-Space Analysis of Diode-Clamped Multi-Level Voltage-Source-Inverters

for Static Var Compensation

O. Pollakowski, Walter Schumacher, Technische Universität Braunschweig,

Germany, Hervé Pouliquen, Electricité de France, France


Control of series multicell converters by linear state feedback decoupling

Olivier Tachon, Maurice Fadel, Thierry Meynard, INP - ENSEEIHT, France


DIALOGUE SESSIONS
Monday 8 September 1997, 14:45 to 17:00
Session D1a: Passive components (t.b.d.)
The Winding Capacitance of Solid and Litz Wires

M. Albach, J. Lauter, Philips Research Laboratory, Germany


An analytical method of characteristics for an orthogonal-core under

consideration of the magnetic saturation and hysteresis

Katsubumi Tajima, Akio Kaga, Osamu Ichinokura, Akita Univ., Japan
Characteristics of magnetizing current and core losses of transformer under

distorted supply voltage generating from electronic converters

L. Pierrat, Electricité de France, T. Tran-Quoc, Institut Nationale

Polytechnique de Grenoble, France


Low inductance fuses against IGBT case explosion

F. Sarrus, C. Mulertt, FERRAZ, S. Duong, C. Schaeffer, LEG, France


A Fuzzy Decision Support System for Magnetic Component Design

J.B. Klaassens, D. Holt, U. Kaymak, H.R. van Nauta Lemke, Delft University

of Technology, The Netherlands
Magnetic components for power electronics on basis of magnetic cores gammamet

V.I. Keylin, V.Y. Belozerov, Y.N. Starodubtsev, Gammamet Research &

Production Enterprise, Russia
Calculation of the reversible permeability of ferrite cores with non

uniform cross sections

D. Lange, T. Werner, Siemens Matsushita Components München, Germany
A survey of nanocrystalline applications in power electronics

F. Mazeleyrat, F. Costa, LESIR, France


The importance of material homogeneity for reliable metal-oxide varistors

used in power electronics

Fabrice Perrot, EA Technology Ltd., United Kingdom, Lambert Pierrat,

Electricité de France, France


Influence of the winding strategy on the parasitics of magnetic components

Roberto Prieto, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain


Session D1b Switches (P. Aloïsi, Motorola, France)
D1b - 1 Devices

The Dual-Gated Emitter Switched Thyristor (DGEST)

W.G. Min, S.C. Kim, J.M. Park, E.D. Kim, N.K. Kim, Korea Electrotechnology

Research Institute, Korea


Ultra high-ruggedness of 2.5kV-1000A Power Pack IGBT

Yasukazu Seki, Masayuki Soutome, Yoshikazu Takahashi, Koh Yoshikawa,

Takeshi Fujii, Fuji Electric Corporate Research & Development Ltd., Humiaki

Kirihata, Fuji Electric Co. Ltd., Japan


Optimised Clamp Diodes for High Power IGBT Inverters for Traction Applications

F. Profumo, S. Facelli, , A. Tenconi, Politecnico di Torino, B. Passerini,

S. Fimiani, International Rectifier Corp. Italiana, L. Fratelli, Ansaldo

Trasporti-CRIS, Italy


The Hard Driven GTO - a New Emerging Technology for High Power Low Cost

Inverters

H.E. Gruening, B. Ødegård, R & D Drives and Power Electronics, E. Carroll,

S. Klaka, R. Schlegel, ABB Semiconductors AG, Switzerland



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