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Improvement of performance of 4Q converter using DC link inductor in

unidirectional current mode

B. Dobrucky, University of Transport and Communications, Slovak Republic,

J. Kyyrä, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, V. Racek, Slovak

Technical University, M. Hukel, University of Transport and Communications,

Slovak Republic


Session D5g: Sensorless drives - Induction Machines (Prof. S. Bolognani,

Univ. of Padova, Italy)

Robust control of sensorless induction motor drives

R. Blasco-Giménez, F. Morant, Univerisdad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain


A Novel Sensorless Vector Control System Based on Series Dual Model Observer

Wei Zhu, Boshi Chen, Shanghai University, P.R. China


A microcontroller implementation of speed sensorless field oriented control

of induction machine

Martin Riese, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
A novel sensorless controller for induction motor drives

Yen-Shin Lai, National Taipei Institute of Technology, S.S. Perng, National

Taiwan Institute of Technology, C.H. Liu, National Taiwan Institute of

Technology, Taiwan R.O.C.


A sensorless position induction motor drive using an asymmetric

outer-section cage rotor

G.M. Asher, J. Cilia, K J Bradley, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Implementation of a Sensorless Induction Motor Drive Control System with

prescribed Closed Loop Speed and Rotor Magnetic Flux Dynamics

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

of Transport & Communication, Slovakia, Martin Mienkina, Trinec Steel

Works, Czech Republic
A PCMCIA DSP-card to boost inverter performance: Extended Kalman Filter in

sensorless control of ac-drives

Eckart von Westerholt, Schneider Electric, France
Real-Time Sensorless Control for Rotor Field Oriented Induction Motor

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

Yukio Kataoka, Hisao Kubota, Kouki Matsuse, Meiji University, Japan
Field Oriented Control of Induction Motor without Speed Sensor

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


Sensitivity analysis of sensorless induction motor drive to motor parameter

changes


Teresa Orlowska-Kowalska, Piotr Wojsznis, Technical University of Wroclaw,

Poland
DSP Implementation of an AC-Machine Sensorless Speed Measurement System

Using the Wigner Distribution

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

M. Guzmán, Universidad Simón Bolivar, Venzuela
Session D5h: Sensorless drives - Brushless Machines (Prof. F. Blaabjerg,

Aalborg University, Denmark)

A Sensorless Position control by Salient-Pole Brushless DC Motor

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

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

Lennart Harnefors, Peter Taube, Hans-Peter Nee, The Royal Institute of

Technology, Sweden


A DSP based controller for the sensorless control of synchronous machines

D. Arab Khaburi, F. Meibody Tabar, A. Comsa, F.M. Sargos, GREEN, France


A permanent magnet synchronous motor flux control scheme without position

sensors


Gastón Pesse, Tomás Pagá, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela
Sensorless DSP Control of a Trapezoidal Brushless DC Motor

S. Grainger, M. Allan, T. Westwood, R. Champaneri, Glasgow Caledonian

University, United Kingdom
Sensorless Control of a Switched Reluctance Motor Using a Kalman Filter

A. Brösse, G. Henneberger, Institut of Electrical Machines, Germany


Kalman-Filter Based Sensorless Control of an IPM Motor Drive

Razvan C. Panaitescu, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania, Lars

Norum, Norwegian University of Technology, Norway
Session D5m: Estimation and parameters analysis (W. Wijmeer, Sidmar, Belgium)

Robust Kalman Filtering in Direct Torque Control

Ian R. Petersen, Duco W.J. Pulle, Australian Defence Force Academy, Australia
Parameter Estimation from Step Excitation Tests on a Stationary Induction Motor

K.R. Thompson, P.P. Acarnley, University of Newcastle, United Kingdom


Modern experimental tools for parameter identification and field-oriented

control design of a small power induction machine

C. Millet, D. Leroux, Y. Li, B. Feuvrie, C. Bergmann, IUT de Nantes, France
A Digital Parameter Identification for a Vector Controlled Induction Motor

Marco Tursini, University of L'Aquila, Italy, M. Tsuji, Nagasaki

University, E. Yamada, Nagasaki University, Japan, F. Parasiliti,

University of l'Aquila, Italy


On-line rotor-resistance estimation for induction motors

A. Garcia-Cerrada, J.L. Zamora, Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Spain


On Line Parameter Estimation of the Induction Machine Model using Active

and Reactive Power Balance for Spatial Vectors of Field Oriented Drives

J M A Castro, A Bueno Montilla, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela
A rotor flux position and the rotor time constant adaptive identification

for Indirect FOC method

W. Sulkowski, Narvik Institute of Technology, Norway
An application of adaptive predictive speed controller for induction motor

drives


Antonello Monti, Miguel Cipolla Ficarra, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
A new rotor time constant identification method for indirect vector

controlled induction motor drive

Alenka Hren, Karel Jezernik, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Estimation of the saturation dependent induction machine parameters at

standstill with Generalized Binary Noise input signal

R.J.A. Gorter, A. Veltman, J.L. Duarte, Eindhoven University of Technology,

The Netherlands


Identification of rotor parameters and speed estimation in induction motor

drives


Ignazio Marongiu, Università di Cagliari, Ciro Attaianese, Università di

Cassino, Alfonso Damiano, Università di Cagliari, Aldo Perfetto, Università

di Napoli, Italy
On-line parameter estimation of induction machines using sinusoidal PWM

waveforms

L.A. de S. Ribeiro, C.B. Jacobina, A.M.N. Lima, UFPB/CCT/DEE, Brazil
Experimental Identification of Asynchronous Machine

P. Ph. Robet, M. Gautier, C. Bergmann, B. Feuvrie, C. Millet, IUT de

Nantes, France
A microprocessor-based speed regulator using state and disturbance observer

Maciej Tondos, University of Mining & Metallurgy, Wojciech Mysinski,

Technical University of Cracow, Poland

Automatic Input/Output Modelling of a Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor Drive

System Using Neural Network

J. F. Martins, A. J. Pires, Instituto Politécnico de Setubal, J. A. Dente,

Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal
Session D7a: Drives, control of drives (Prof. G. Maggetto, VUB, Belgium)

A multi-motor drive-system for ecomobils

K. Hofer, Technical College and University of Bielefeld, Germany
A flywheel energy store for road vehicles

Paul Acarnley, Barrie Mecrow, Jim Kelly, Jim Burdess, Neville Fawcett, Phil

Dickinson, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Controls of a brushless motor integrated in the wheelhub for an electrical bike

Mohamed Karmous, D. Vaucher, Ecole d'Ingénieurs du canton de Neuchâtel, C.

Espanet, J.M. Kauffmann, Institut de Génie Energétique, Switzerland
Sliding mode induction motor control for EV's

Karel Jezernik, Dusan Drevensek, Joze Korelic, University of Maribor, Slovenia


Vector control of dual rotor induction motors

Joong-Ho Song, Ick Choy, Korea Institute of Science & Technology, Korea


Test and measurement of electric vehicle drives

Bernhard Hauck, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany


Torque control on electric vehicles with seperate wheel

B. Arnet, M. Jufer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland


Induction motor neural estimator in high efficient

J. Jelonkiewicz, University of Czestochowa, S. Linnman, Permobil AB, Poland


Utilization of ultracapacitors as an auxilliary power source in electric

vehicles


Stephan Astier, P. Mestre, ENSEEIHT, France
More sophisticated battery drive wheels and wheels mutial motion control

system for electric vehicle application


Dmitry B. Izosimov, Russian Academy of Science, Yuri P. Bogacev,

Mechatronics Industrial Group, Evgeny B. Kulakov, Alternative Energetics,

Vladimirl Sagalovsky, Aeroelectric, Anatoly A. Eidinov, NAMI, Russia
Session D7b: Battery charger, battery management, test bench (Prof. D.

Naunin, T. U. Berlin, Germany)

Performance of ferroresonant transformer in microprocessor-based battery

charger for electric vehicles

Curtis R. Mersman, Medhat M. Morcos, Norman G. Dillman, Kansas State

University, USA


Battery management system with a two wire bus: realization and practical

experiences

Hans Kahlen, Berhnard Hauck, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Battery testing with a current controlled high load resistor

Hans Kahlen, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany


Efficiency Comparison of Off-Board High Power Electric Vehicle Battery

Charger Topologies with Active Power Line Conditioning Abilities

Per Karlsson, Martin Bojrup, Mats Alaküla, Lars Gertmar, Lund Institute of

Technology, Sweden


Contactless power transmission: frequency tuning by a maximum power

tracking method

P. Germano, M. Jufer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland
An original state of charge gauge for Nickel-Cadmium traction batteries

associating a coulometric measurement with impedancemetry

S. Nugues, E. Rullière, E. Toutain, Laboratoire d'Electrotechnique de

Grenoble, France


Non-dissipative current diverter using a centralized multi-winding transformer

Nasser H. Kutkut, Soft Switching Technologies Corp., USA


Three-phase ZVT inverter with inductor feedback

Dimos Katsis, Scott Frame, Dong Ho Lee, Dusan Boroyevich, Fred C. Lee,

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Development of a Brushless DC Drive for Electric Vehicles

P. Van Tichelen, P. Coenen, F. Vermeulen, VITO, D. Blight, Nelco Systems

Ltd, Belgium
Session D7c: Hybrid vehicles, simulation (Prof. G. Ollson, IEA, Lund, Sweden)

A 40 kW Switched Reluctance Engine Starter/Generator System For An Electric

Hybrid Vehicle

Mats Alaküla, Lars Sjöberg, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden


Integrated energy transducer drive for hybrid electric vehicles

Thomas Bäckström, Stefan Östlund, Chandur Sadarangani, The Royal Institute

of Technology, Sweden
Comparison of Electromechanical Transducers for an Autonomous Hybrid Vehicle

Bernhard Kraßer, H-W Lorenzen, Technical University of Munich, Germany


Short-Time Storage Device with Double-Layer Capacitors and DC/DC Converter

for a Hybrid Vehicle

Martin Schmid, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Combi-road: an unmanned hybrid vehicle on an intelligent track

A. Duym, Holec Machines en Apparaten B.V., A.W. Benschop, TNO-Institute for

Applied Physics, The Netherlands
A Hybrid City Bus using an Electro-Mechanical Accumulator for Power Demand

Smoothing

H. Huisman, E.J.F.M. Smits, F.J.M. Thoolen, J.J.H. van Nunen,

Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij CCM B.V., The Netherlands


Design an implementation of a power controller for a series hybrid vehicle drive

L. Pelkmans, P. Coenen, F. Vermeulen, VITO, Belgium


Development of a Drive Train for a Hybrid Delivery Van

F. Vermeulen, VITO, J. De Temmerman, Inverto, L. Gijsels, Van Hool, R.

Belmans, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, A. Van den Bossche, Universiteit

Gent, G. Maggetto, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium


AC Motors' Measurements Based Static Models for Electric Vehicles

Simulation Programs

K.B. Beya, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
How to compare and evaluate Electric and Thermal Vehicles?

J. Van Mierlo, G. Maggetto, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium


Session D8c: Harmonics and active filters - analysis and design (Prof. J.

D. van Wyk, R. A. U., South Africa)

Power source with programmable harmonic contents

J. Balcells, D. Gonzalez, M. Lamich, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain


An Evaluation of Techniques for Determining Active Filter Compensating

Currents in Unbalanced Systems

Simon D. Round, D.M.E. Ingram, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Possibilities of easy analysis and converter design

Tzvetan Nedkov, Tzanjo Tzanev, Technical University - Gabrowo, Bulgaria


Static converter design for high frequency signal injection in an

electromagnetic device connected to the network

Bertrand Cassoret, Jean-François Brudny, Daniel Roger, Université d'Artois,

France
Analysis and design of a novel active power filter

Ching-Tsai Pan, National Tsing Hua University, Maoh-Chin Jiang, National

I-Lan Institute of Agriculture and Technology, Taiwan R.O.C.


Feedforward Voltage Compensation for Digital Active Filter using Frequency

Domain Decomposition

Kenji Kubo, Keijiro Sakai, Hitachi Ltd,Japan
Harmonic Elimination in a PWM Inverter using Genetic Algorithms

Pascal Maussion, Laurent Magne, Institut National Polytechnique de

Toulouse, France
The generalized optimization criterion for filters

Leszek Frackowiak, Roman Muszynski, Poznan University of Technology, Poland


Analysis of active power filters in frequency domain using the fast fourier

transform

V. Soares, Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, P. Verdelho,

Instituto Superior Técnico, V. Soares, Instituto Superior de Engenharia de

Lisboa, Portugal
Session D8d: Harmonics and active filters - control (Prof. W. Koczara,

Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)

A New Synchronization Method of a Parallel Active Power Filter

David Nedeljkovic, Vanja Ambrozic, Janko Nastran, University of Ljubljana,

Slovenia
Simplified Control Method for Shunt Active Harmonics Filter

Yanzhen Liu, Peter J Unsworth, University of Sussex, United Kingdom


Searching for the better topology and control strategy in hybrid power filters

Angel A. Bayod Rujula, Jesus Sallan Arasanz, Mariano Sanz Badia, Andrés

Llombart Estopiñan, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
PWM rectifier and active filter with sliding-mode control

Stanislaw Pirog, University of Mining & Metallurgy, Poland


A Shunt active filter with a sliding mode control circuit

Kamel Sahnouni, CREEBEL, Olivier Lapierre, Simon Jones, CEGELEC, Alain

Berthon, IGE - CREEBEL, France
New Control Method of Harmonics Current Compensation Using Individual

Rotating P-Q Frame of Corresponding Frequency

Masao Yano, Akira Kuramochi, Noriyuki Nanaumi, Toyo University, Japan
Active power filter control based on imposition of input sinusoidal current

V. J. Farias, J. A. Lambert, E. E. A. Coelho, J. B. Vieira Jr., L.C. de

Freitas, Universade Federal de Uberlândia, Brasil
Vector Control Strategy of an Harmonic and Reactive Power Compensator

R Pena, R. Cardenas, University of Magallanes, Chile, G.M. Asher, J.C.

Clare, University of Nottingham, U.K.
Variable Structure Control in Current Controlled Voltage Sourced Rectifier

C. W. Lu, A. C. Renfrew, UMIST, United Kingdom


An Active Power Filter And Zero Sequence Harmonics Components Compensator

Control Circuit

P. Verdelho, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa - IST, Portugal
A space vector-based deadbeat controller for shunt active power filters

Li Zhang, L J Xiao, University of Bradford, United Kingdom


Session D8e: Harmonics and active filters - network studies and harmonics

(Prof. R. J. Arnold, Siemens, UK)

Dynamic Behavior of a parallel single phase active line power line conditioner

David Gonzalez Diez, J. Balcells, M. Lamich, Universitat Politècnica de

Catalunya, Spain
Active power filter for suppression of line current harmonics

Pavel Brandstetter, Tomas Bubela, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic


A Space Vector Based Active Power Filter for the Compensation of Harmonic

Distortion and Fundamental Reactive Power

A. Dell'Aquila, A. Di Lorenzo, P. Zanchetta, Politecnico di Bari, Italy
Compensation of influence of receivers on power network with application of

power electronic current source

Leszek Frackowiak, Michal Gwózdz, Ryszard Porada, Poznan University of

Technology, Poland


A New Configuration for Shunt Active filters

M. Elhabrouk, M. K. Darwish, P. Mehta, Brunel University, United Kingdom


Improvements of parallel active power filter performances

I. Rasoanarivo, B. Davat, GREEN - INPL, P. Boos, SOCOMEC, France


Numerical and experimental comparative study of voltage source and current

source active power filter

L. Benchaita, S. Saadate, GREEN-UHP, A. Salem nia, GRREN - Power & Water

Institute of Technology, France


On the Impact of Multiple Static Converters

Eduardo P. Wiechmann, Patrick A. Ward, Universidad de Concepcion, Jose R.

Rodriguez, Universidada Santa Maria, Chile
Analysis and reduction of common-mode disturbances induced on the network

by PWM rectifiers

P. Ladoux, LEEI - INPT Toulouse, P. Thalin, J. Nuns, EDF-DER Les

Renardières, France


Session D8f: Harmonics and active filters - applications (Prof. S. Round,

University of Canterbury, New Zealand)

Analysis on the Control Principle of the Active DC filter for HVDC Systems

Wenyan Zhang, Äke Ekström, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden


A Study of Parallel Connected DC Active Filter for Large Current Power

Supplies Exciting Superconducting Coils of Fusion Test Facility

Hirotaka Chikaraishi, National Institute for Fusion Science, Japan
Solution of pollution mitigation using indirect power factor corrector

W. Koczara, Technical University of Warsaw, Poland, B. Dakyo, L. Protin,

Université du Havre, France
Third Harmonic Current Compensator applicable for large office buildings

J. B. Woudstra, S. W. H. de Haan, P. C. van der Sluijs, Delft University of

Technology, The Netherlands
Active Filter reference Current Acquisition in Distorted 3-phase Supply Systems

C.W. Lu, A.C. Renfrew, UMIST, United Kingdom


Series compensator for voltage dips

R. Tounsi, P. Michalak, H. Pouliquen, EDF-DER, H. Foch, LEEI, France


175/188HZ mains signalling active filters for connecting independent

electricity producers

P. Michalak, H. Pouliquen, EDF-DER, A. Grandet, Schlumberger, M.J.F.

Tissier, Schlumberger, France


Session D8j: Modelling and simulation (Prof. R. Nilssen, NTNU, Norway)

A Graphics Package for the Simulation of AC-DC Harmonic Interaction

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

Canterbury, New Zealand


User defined block-oriented modelling of FACTS devices for large power

system stability studies

B. Gick, T. Weber, FGH E.V., I. Erlich, FhG Dresden, Germany
Measurements and simulation of dc drive harmonics on an interconnected

offshore system with long sub-sea cables

K.S. Smith, Heriot-Watt University, I. Wilson, Total Oil Marine, United

Kingdom, Brogan P., University College Cork, Ireland


Session D10a: Education (Prof. E. Masada, Tokyo University, Japan)

An Interactive Hypermedia Laboratory for Power Electronics Instruction

Moreno Muñoz Antonio, J. Ortiz Medina, A. Plaza Alonso, Universidad de

Cordoba, Spain


Computer-aided tutor of power electronic systems CATPELS

V. Rajagopalan, Université de Quebec, Canada


Uncomplicated Inverter Drive for Research Development and Teaching using

standard PC

Ludwig Abraham, Wolfgang Frank, Federal Armed Forces University, Germany
Teaching and demonstration of power electronic circuit analysis

O.W. Andersen, Norwegian Institute of Technology, Norway


Industrial equipments in education of electrical drives control

Milivoj Puzak, Marinko Miletic, Gorislav Erceg, University of Zagreb, Croatia


A LabVIEW-based laboratory course on three-phase electric machinery under

unsymmetrical operating conditions

A. Serri, S. Cincotti, M. Marchesi, Universita' di Cagliari, Italy
A Software Package for Simulation of Electrical Drives suitable for Computer Assisted Education

Marco Tursini, F. Parasiliti, University of L'Aquila, Italy


Soft start simulation program for squirrel cage induction motor drive

Z. Andonov, T. Dimitrov, S. Mircevski, Faculty of Electrotechnical

Engineering, Rep. of Macedonia
An integrated environment for modeling simulation and control of DC motors

H.J. Valderrama Blavi, J. Maixé Altés, J.J. Crisol, L. Martinez-Salamero,

Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain
Application of LabVIEW as measuring system in field of power electronics

Eberhard Brenner, University of Technology & Business Dresden, Germany


Interactive computer-based electrical machines and drives tests in the

undergraduate laboratory at the university of Adelaide

Nesimi Ertugrul, Anthony M. Parker, Mike J. Gibbard, The University of

Adelaide, Australia


HARMONIX: A software package for teaching harmonics in power systems with

nonlinear loads

Jorge Pontt O., Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, César Pontt O.,

Fluor Daniel Chile S.A., Ennio Perelli, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa

Maria, Chile
Simplorer as a power electronics circuit simulator

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

Technical University of Vienna, Austria
Using a new interactive Matlab Toolbox for Control Design and Teaching of

Electrical Drives

M. Riva, F. Castelli Dezza, A. Monti, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
SEMDEM - educational software for bipolar power devices

Zbigniew Lisik, Marek Turowski, Technical University of Lódz, Poland, Zenon

J. Pudlowski, Monash University, Australia

Provisional list of sponsors: ABB, ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation

(Norway), Danfoss, Eldrive, Eltek, Elva Induksjon, Electric Power Research

Institute (EFI), Grundfos A/S, Holst & Fleicher A/S, Hydro Energy, Mascot



Electronics, Nordic VLSI ASA, Powec, SAS, Semikron, SIGMA Elektroteknisk

A/S, Siemens, Statnett, Trondheim Energiverk, Trondheim kommune, Unitech

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