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International Exhibition and Conference for Power Electronics, Intelligent Motion, Renewable Energy and Energy Management Nuremberg, 7 – 9 May 2019 pcim-europe.com Conference Program 7 Seminars 10 Tutorials Over 300 presentations
Contents Board 04 Conference Program at a Glance 06 Seminars 08 Tutorials 12 Awards 18 Keynotes 20 Tuesday Oral Session 22 Tuesday Poster / Dialogue Session 26 Wednesday Oral Sessions 30 Wednesday Poster / Dialogue Session 34 Thursday Oral Session 38 Industry Forum 42 E-Mobility Forum 43 List of Exhibitors 44 Registration Information 46 General Information 47 Room Plan 48 PCIM Worldwide 49
Board 04 | 05 Board of Directors Advisory Board Francisco Javier Azcondo, University of Cantabria, E Martin März, Fraunhofer IISB, D Mark M. Bakran, University of Bayreuth, D Gourab Majumdar, Mitsubishi Electric, J General Conference Silvio Colombi Drazen Dujic Pavol Bauer, Delft University of Technology, NL Klaus Marahrens, SEW-EURODRIVE, D Director PCIM Europe ABB, CH Power Electronics Laboratory, EPFL, CH Werner Berns, Texas Instruments EMEA Sales, D Elison Matioli, POWERlab, EPFL, CH Leo Lorenz ECPE, D Frede Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, DK Mike Meinhardt, SMA Solar Technology, D Serge Bontemps, Microsemi PMP Europe, F Thomas Neyer, ON Semiconductor, D Bruce Carsten, Bruce Carsten Associates, USA Yasuyuki Nishida, Chiba Institute of Technology, J Daniel Chatroux, CEA-LITEN, F Geraldo Nojima, Eaton Corporation, USA Hilmar Darrelmann, Darrelmann + Partner Ingenieure, D Yasuhiro Okuma, Fuji Electric, J Enrique J. Dede, University of Valencia, E Frank Osterwald, Danfoss Silicon Power, D Hans-Günter Eckel, University of Rostock, D Masahito Otsuki, Fuji Electric, J Eric Favre Johann Walter Kolar Philippe Ladoux Hans Ertl, Vienna University of Technology, A Robert J. Pasterczyk, Schneider Electric, F IMI Precision Engineering, CH ETH Zürich, CH University of Toulouse, F J. A. Ferreira, Delft University of Technology, NL Gianmario Pellegrino, Politecnico di Torino, I Petar J. Grbovic, University of Innsbruck, D Munaf Rahimo, MTAL, CH Steffan Hansen, Siemens Wind Power, DK Chris Rexer, ON Semiconductor, USA Marcelo Lobo Heldwein, Federal University of Santa Catarinar, BR Katsuaki Saito, Hitachi Power Semiconductor Device, J Marc Hiller, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, D Achim Scharf, Techmedia International, D Klaus F. Hoffmann, Helmut-Schmidt-University, D Hubert Schierling, Siemens, D Edward Hopper, MACCON, D Manfred Schlenk, Dr. Schlenk-Consulting, D Ionel Dan Jitaru, Rompower, USA Manfred Schrödl, Vienna University of Technology, A Josef Lutz Jose Mario Pacas Uwe Scheuermann Nando Kaminski, University of Bremen, D Walter Schumacher, Braunschweig University of Technology, D Chemnitz University of Technology, D University of Siegen, D Semikron Elektronik, D Peter Kanschat, Infineon Technologies, D Toshihisa Shimizu, Tokyo Metropolitan University, J Ulrich Kirchenberger, STMicroelectronics, D Elmar Stachorra, KoCoS Engineering, D Philip C. Kjaer, Vestas Wind Systems, DK Peter Steimer, ABB Switzerland, CH Christopher Kocon, Texas Instruments, USA Bernhard Strzalkowski, Analog Devices, D Jacques Laeuffer, Dtalents, F Wolfram Teppan, LEM Intellectual Property SA, CH Stéphane Lefebvre, SATIE, F Giuseppe Tomasso, University of Cassino and South Lazio, I Honorary Board Andreas Lindemann, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, D Yoshiyuki Uchida, Japan Fine Ceramics, J Stefan Linder, Alpiq, CH Peter Wallmeier, Delta Energy Systems, D Jean-Paul Beaudet, Schneider Electric, F Marco Liserre, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, D Peter Zacharias, University of Kassel, D Helmut Knöll, University for Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, D Jean-Marie Peter, F Gerhard Pfaff, University of Erlangen, D Alfred Rufer, EPFL, CH
Conference Program at a Glance 06 | 07 Sunday, 5 May 2019 – Monday, 6 May 2019 Thursday, 9 May 2019 Hotel Arvena Park, Görlitzer Str. 51, D-90473 Nuremberg 08:45 Room Brüssel 1 Seminars and Tutorials Keynote »GaN and Industry 4.0 – A Small Change that is Revolutionizing the Industry« All seminar attendees 09:30 Coffee Break will receive all seminar Tuesday, 7 May 2019 documentations. The 10:00 Room Brüssel 1 Room München 1 Room München 2 Room Mailand 09:00 Room Brüssel 1 same applies for the High Voltage IGBTs Special Session: Control Methods for Power Quality and EMC Conference Opening and Award Ceremony tutorial documentations. Smart Transformers Power Converters 09:45 Room Brüssel 1 Keynote »Next Generation of Power Supplies« 12:05 Lunch Break 10:30 Coffee Break 12:20-12:50 Room Mailand »Meet the Speaker« Q&A Session with the keynote speaker Jim Witham, GaN Systems 11:00 Room Brüssel 1 Room Brüssel 2 Room München 1 Room München 2 Room Mailand Special Session: Advanced SiC DC-DC Hard and Soft Thermal Magnetic 14:00 Room Brüssel 1 Room München 1 Room München 2 Room Mailand Technologies for MOSFET Switched Converters I Management Components GaN Devices AC-DC and DC-AC Chip Bond Technologies Power Modules Design DC Grids Converters 12:40 Lunch Break 12:55-13:25 Room Mailand As of March 2019 / subject to change without notice »Meet the Speaker« Q&A Session with the keynote speaker Fred Lee, Virginia Tech 14:00 Room Brüssel 1 Room Brüssel 2 Room München 1 Room München 2 Room Mailand Special Session: Advanced IGBTs DC-DC Hard and Soft Advanced Device Control Techniques Smart Functions in Switched Converters II Technologies and Electrical Drives Power Electronics 15:15-17:15 Foyer Entrance NCC Mitte Poster / Dialogue Session 17:30 Welcome Party Wednesday, 8 May 2019 08:45 Room Brüssel 1 Keynote »The Age of Optimization in Power Electronics« 09:30 Coffee Break 10:00 Room Brüssel 1 Room Brüssel 2 Room München 1 Room München 2 Room Mailand Automotive Power Special Session: High Voltage SiC New Packages Intelligent Converters Safety in Motion Gate Drivers 11:40 Lunch Break 11:55-12:25 Room Brüssel 1 »Meet the Speaker« Q&A Session with the keynote speaker Ki-Bum Park, ABB Switzerland 13:30 Room Brüssel 1 Room Brüssel 2 Room München 1 Room München 2 Room Mailand Automotive DC-DC High Power GaN System Reliability Current Sensing Converters Converters Integration 15:15-17:15 Foyer Entrance NCC Mitte Poster / Dialogue Session
Seminars Sunday, 5 May 2019, 14:00 – 17:30 08 | 09 Venue: Arvena Park Hotel Nuremberg, Görlitzer Str. 51, 90473 Nuremberg Seminar 1 Seminar 2 Seminar 3 Seminar 4 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) of Power Electronics Power Inverter Technology for Industrial Induction Heating Ceramic Capacitors: Characterization and Use as Control Elements Latest Developments in Magnetic Technology for Jacques Laeuffer, Dtalents, F Enrique J. Dede, José Jordan, University of Valencia, E Shmuel Ben-Yaakov, Ben Gurion University, IL High Efficiency and High Power Density Ionel Dan Jitaru, Rompower, USA About the instructor About the instructors About the instructor Jacques Laeuffer has a 35 years’ experience of R&D in Power Electronics, Full Professor in Power Electronics (University of Valencia) and Chairman at Shmuel (Sam) Ben-Yaakov received the BSc degree in Electrical Engineering About the instructor inside international companies, with powers from 10 W up to 10 MW, including Smart Induction Converter Technologies S.L. He has more than 30 years’ from the Technion, Haifa Israel, in 1961 and the MS and PhD degrees in Ionel Dan Jitaru is the founder of Rompower Inc., later Ascom Rompower HF resonant converters and high voltage transformers, electric machines and experience in the field of Power Electronics and particularly in the design of Engineering from the UCLA, in 1967 and 1970 respectively. He is a Professor Inc. and Delta Energy Systems (Arizona) Inc., an internationally recognized inverters for hybrid cars. He is inventor of 27 granted patents, and author of high frequency inverters for induction heating holding several international Emeritus of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Ben- engineering firm in the field of power conversion. Currently he is the president over 80 technical papers. As a Consultant, his activities extend from one day patents. Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel. He published more than of Rompower Energy Systems Inc., an advance development company in consulting to several months’ projects, including choices and design of 300 papers, was granted more than 30 patents and presented seminars and Power Conversion Field. He has published 54 papers wherein several of conversion topologies, power components and electric machines sizing, Associate Professor in Power Electronics at the University of Valencia and tutorials in leading conferences. During the period 1985 to 1989 he served as them have received the best paper award, and held 48 professional seminars at EMC, digital control, industrial property, field support. Affiliated Professor at Vice-Chairman at the company Smart Induction Converter Technologies S.L the Chairman of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of different International Conferences in the power conversion. Mr. Jitaru has Ensta-ParisTech, he teaches also at CentraleSupelec, France, and for inter with a wide experience over 25 years in the field of high frequency induction Ben-Gurion University. In 1984 he established the Power Electronics Laboratory pioneered several trends in power conversion technologies such as »PWM and intra companies trainings, on former topics and also on mechatronics, heating converter design, holding several patents on the subject. of Ben-Gurion University (PEL-BGU) that has been recognized worldwide as Soft switching«, »Full integrated multilayer PCB Magnetic«, »Synchronized cars powertrains, or »Experience and Innovation«. a center of knowledge and excellence in Analog and Power Electronics. Prof. rectification« and recently »True Soft Switching technologies« wherein the Ben-Yaakov started and now cultivates the YouTube’s »Sam Ben-Yaakov« primary switchers turn on at zero voltage and the secondary switchers turn channel in which he is posting educational videos. The current research Content Content off at zero current. Some of these technologies have been covered by 62 interests of Prof. Ben-Yaakov include power electronics, circuits and systems, The aim of the seminar is to highlight the present technology in converter intellectual properties wherein 33 are granted patents. Fast semiconductors commutations are required for efficiency of high frequency electronic instrumentation and engineering education. For over 45 years (HF) power converters and drives, and wide bandwidth of their control design for induction heating applications from the fundamentals to the Professor Ben-Yaakov has been serving as a consultant to commercial state-of the art, covering the following subjects: companies and governmental agencies in the areas of analog and power Content electronics. But sudden front edges generate perturbations in control circuits, electronics and was an entrepreneur and founder of start-up companies. The seminar will present a comprehensive overview of the modern magnetic and on public utility power networks. The seminar shows step by step how Prof. Sam Ben-Yaakov is a Life Fellow of IEEE. 1. The Heating Inductor technologies currently used in power conversion and new trends in magnetics perturbations propagate, as Differential Mode (DM) and Common Mode 2. The Heating Resonat Tank designed to address the new demands in power conversion such as efficiency (CM), how to reduce noisy oscillations from the beginning, how to design Content 3. Basics on Power Switches in Resonant Inverters and its Classification and power density. Though we had significant progress in the semiconductor and implement on PCB robust control electronics, how to calculate and optimize This seminar covers the subject of ferroelectric ceramic capacitors from two 4. Commutation Cells and Parasitic Elements industry in the last 20 years, the technology in magnetics still lags behind. DM and CM filters for EMC standards compliance, how to avoid expensive angles: (a) characterization, modeling, and simulation of the ferroelectric 5. Voltage-fed Resonant Inverters The seminar will start by presenting several key characteristics of magnetic shielding and improve reliability. Number of practical designs are analytically capacitors, and (b) novel applications of these voltage dependent capacitors 6. Current-fed Resonant Inverters transformers such as leakage inductance, stray inductance, inter-winding calculated, showing orders of magnitudes for a wide range of powers and as control elements. The seminar material is based on recently published and intra-winding capacitances and their impact in power conversion perfor- frequencies. papers by the instructor and co-workers as well as yet unpublished material. mance. Methods of measuring and controlling these parasitic elements are Who should attend? It will focus on the voltage dependent capacitor’s ability to change the resonant also presented. DM in Control frequency of resonant networks. This enables the design of resonant converters - R&D Power Electronics Engineers Resistive, inductive and capacitive coupling reductions that run at constant frequency, help to better tune WPT systems and facilitates - Induction Heating Power Supplies Design Engineers The seminar will present the most suitable magnetic technology for different Layout design of PCB. Ground planes benefits both frequency and capacitance control to enlarge the envelop of performance topologies designed to enhance the efficiency and power density. A special DM in Power and Filters Design of such systems. focus will be on magnetic design in a high density packaging and its impacts Calculation of disturbances from transistors and diodes in EMI. A chapter is dedicated to quasi integrated and integrated magnetics, Measurement by L.I.S.N. and spectrum analyzer The subjects covered in the seminar include: as well as methods of calculating and simulating such structures. In addition DM Filter calculation, Design of L, C&R components Classifications of ceramic capacitor there will be presented structures wherein two independent power trains are Evaluation of perturbations at some MHz. Reduction means Class I, II and III ceramic capacitors, ferroelectric capacitors, packages placed on the same standard magnetic core without interference. CM in Control Specifications of ceramic capacitors Between PCBs and between cabinets. Electric and Optics Voltage and current ratings, ESR, voltage dependence Magnetic technologies for specific applications such as very low voltage and CM parasitic coupling calculation and reduction Characterization of voltage dependent capacitors high current will be presented together with experimental results. The seminar Wiring and Layout: »Star« for Analog; »Net« for Digital The Q(t) curve model, small signal capacitance, large signal capacitance, will also show some trends in magnetics for higher frequency operation. A CM in Power and Filters Design total capacitance, capacitances transformation. chapter will be dedicated to the new magnetic technology for very high Calculation of disturbances from CM capacitances Losses of ceramic capacitors efficiency applications. These new magnetic technologies are compatible Heatsinks, transformers, stators and screens. Measurement Series and parallel loss resistor models. Steinmetz equation with the latest technologies in power conversion aimed at very high efficiency CM Filter calculation: capacitor and inductance design Simulation of nonlinear ceramic capacitor and very high power density. The seminar will address different application EMC Commutation Control of Power Semiconductors Modeling alterative, PSPICE demonstration, common misconceptions starting from very high density and very high efficiency AC-DC adapters to Tuning as a trade-off between switching losses and EMC Application of ceramic capacitors as a control element the multiple KW DC-DC converters and Power Factor Correction modules. Control of di / dt and dv / dt front edges by gate drive Series resonant converters Gate drive circuit designs for MOS and IGBT’s LLC resonant converter The presentation will be highlighted with design guidance, a design example Radiations Reduction Wireless power transfer and experimental results, such as 99.6% efficiency transformers for 99% Examples of emissions of Electric and Magnetic Fields efficiency DC-DC Converters. Neighbor Field and Far Field identification. Examples Fields measurements by probes and reduction Wiring, grounding, shielding, packaging Who should attend? Who should attend? This course is designed for magnetic engineers, power conversion engineers and technical This seminar is intended for workers in the area of power electronics. It assumes a working managers who are involved in state-of-art power conversion. The participants will get familiar knowledge of electrical engineering basics and a familiarity with switch mode converter technology. with the latest advancement in magnetics in power conversion aimed to increase the perfor- Who should attend? The seminar is intended to cater to a wide audience level, from the junior workers to the experts. mance and reduce the total cost. This course is targeted towards engineers, students or project managers, who design, specify, simulate, tune, or integrate high frequency power supplies, converters, EMC filters, electric machines, and intelligent motion, for high efficiency conversion, low global cost and high reliability.
Seminars Sunday, 5 May 2019, 14:00 – 17:30 10 | 11 Venue: Arvena Park Hotel Nuremberg, Görlitzer Str. 51, 90473 Nuremberg Monday, Seminar 5 Seminar 6 Seminar 7 6 May 2019, In addition, participants will learn what and where the obstacles by its im- Monday, 09:00 – 12:30 Functional Safety – an Introduction based on Requirements High Power Medium Frequency Discover3Dprinting powered by Formnext plementation are as well as what applications are not profitable for industrial 6 May 2019, 3D printing. Furthermore, attendees will also develop an understanding of for Automation Drives Transformer Design Optimisation 14:00 – 17:30 Moritz Wollbrink, ACAM / Fraunhofer IPT, D Jens Onno Krah, Cologne University of Applied Sciences, D Drazen Dujic, Marko Mogorovic, where additive technologies can complement conventional processes, e.g. Power Electronics Laboratory, EPFL, CH About the instructor how process chains can be established with pre-machining and post-processing. Moritz Wollbrink received his master degree in mechanical engineering at About the instructor Paderborn University, Germany. In time-shared operation he worked in the Prof. Jens Onno Krah studied electrical engineering at the Bergische Universität About the instructors If you have ever asked yourself one of the above questions, you should par- technology development department of a leading company in electrical Wuppertal and received his doctorate in 1993 from Prof. Holtz in the field of Drazen Dujic is an Assistant Professor and Head of the Power Electronics ticipate in this seminar. Independent specialists from ACAM – Aachen Center connectivity, where he also had finished his apprenticeship in the tool making electric machine and drive research. Until February 2004 he was Technical Laboratory at EPFL. He received the Dipl.Ing. and MSc degrees from the department before studies. He started working at Fraunhofer Institute for for Additive Manufacturing will give answers for your entry into the world of Director responsible for the development of Kollmorgen Servo Drives. Since University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia in 2002 and 2005, respectively, and 2004 Prof. Krah has been teaching Control Engineering, Motion Control, FP- Production Technology IPT in Aachen, Germany, in August 2014 as a research 3D printing. the PhD degree from Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK in fellow in the group »Technology Organization« within the department of GA-based Digital Signal Processing and Functional Safety at TH Köln. The 2008. From 2003 to 2006, he was a Research Assistant with the Faculty of »Non-Conventional Manufacturing Processes and Technology Integration«. research focus is on the development of robust, safety-related and energy- Technical Sciences at University of Novi Sad. From 2006 to 2009, he was a What topics to expect: Since 2015, Mr. Wollbrink is Manager »Business Unit Tool and Die Making«. efficient inverter control with programmable hardware. Research Associate with Liverpool John Moores University. After that he This includes the work on different national and international projects related The next big thing – Hype, benefits and typical business cases moved to industry and joined ABB Switzerland Ltd, where from 2009 to to additive manufacturing and technology chains. The bilateral as well as Technology overview – What is possible with today‘s technologies? 2013, he was Scientist and then Principal Scientist with ABB Corporate Content consortium projects are facing a wide range of industry sectors, but focusing Applying AM profitably – Success and failure stories Research Center in Baden-Dättwil, and from 2013 to 2014 he was R&D Platform tool and die making companies. Functional safety is increasingly requested for drives. Safe Torque Off (STO) Manager with ABB Medium Voltage Drives in Turgi. He is with EPFL since AM for your sector – Concrete approaches and new ideas is now standard on many frequency inverters and servo drives. Safe motion 2014. His research interests include the areas of design and control of advanced After the seminar, the presentation will be available to all registered participants. and safety related field buses are an increasing demand. The technical basics high power electronic systems and high-performance drives, predominantly Content of functional safety are explained in the seminar: for the medium voltage applications related to electrical energy generation, Formnext created the seminar series Discover3Dprinting in cooperation with conversion and storage. He has authored or co-authored more than 100 About ACAM: the ACAM Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing with the aim to provide scientific publications and has filed twelve patents. In 2018, he received The ACAM Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing, based on the RWTH Explanation of Safety Keyword EPE Outstanding Service Award from European Power Electronics and Drives basic knowledge for those who are considering to adopt Additive Manufacturing Aachen Campus, pools resources and facilitates industry access to the Additive Mean Time To Fail (MTTF), Failure In Time (FIT), Safe Failure Fraction Association, while in 2014, he received The Isao Takahashi Power Electronics in their industrial processes. Industrial 3D printing is breaking through in Manufacturing expertise of leading scientific and research institutions. (SFF), Diagnostic Coverage (DC), Fail Safe – Fail Silent, Fail Operational, Award for Outstanding Achievement in Power Electronics. He is Senior many sectors and applications, but companies often don’t know enough Member of IEEE, EPE Member, and serves as Associate Editor for IEEE It was founded as a platform for networking, coordinating joint research and Fault Exclusion, Category, Performance Level (PL), Safety Integrity Level (SIL) about the capabilities of the technologies and areas in which AM really pays off. Transactions on Power Electronics, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics development as well as conducting training and education seminars. Safe Digital Input and IET Electric Power Applications. The seminar Discover3Dprinting is designed for everyone who considers to Testing, calculation of FIT, DC and SFF include Additive Manufacturing (AM) into the production process, but does About Formnext: Safe Digital Output Marko Mogorovic received the Dipl. Ing. degree from the University of Belgrade, struggle to find access to the technologies. The seminar provides a compre- Belgrade, Serbia, in 2013 and MSc degree from the École polytechnique Formnext has established itself as the leading international exhibition for Testing, calculation of FIT, DC and SFF hensive insight into AM and at the same time discusses practical questions, fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland, in 2015. Currently, he additive manufacturing and the next generation of intelligent industrial Safe Torque OFF (STO) is pursuing the Ph.D. degree at Power Electronics Laboratory at EPFL, Lausanne, such as: production. Here, international exhibitors present the entire spectrum of design Basic techniques to implement STO Switzerland. His current research focus is on the design optimization of the What is 3D printing and additive manufacturing and how does it work? and software solutions, including materials, AM production, pre- and post- Safe Brake Control (SBC) high power medium frequency transformers for medium voltage applications Should I consider 3D printing for my production? and emerging solid-state transformers. He is an IEEE Student Member. processing, research and development and service providers. Safety Related Fieldbus Technology Can I make money with it? Black Channel, Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC), PROFIsafe, FSoE Where to get examples about obstacles, experiences and successful Content implementation? Safety Related Motor Feedback Who should attend? With increased interest in Power Electronic Transformers or Solid State What are the first / next steps to get started? The seminar is directed at developers, engineers, CEOs and all decision-makers interested in Utilizing two feedback devices Transformers, several technical problems arise related to actual realization of learning more about how they might utilize 3D printing, and in charge to find out where the Analog interface: Sin-Cos Encoder, Resolver / Digital Interface: potential of Additive Manufacturing can benefit their own production operations. these technologies. Irrespectively of adopted power electronic topologies, Single-Turn, Multi-Turn these structures are characterized as being modular and having inherently EnDAT, BiSS, Hiperface DSL, SCS open link built-in galvanic isolation at medium or high frequency. Designing a high- Safe Motion (IEC 61800-5-2) power high-voltage medium frequency transformer is associated with multiple Safe Limited Speed (SLS) / Safe Limited Position (SLP), etc. technical challenges related to electrical, magnetic, dielectric and thermal Safe Logic performance limits encountered in the system. Various technological choices Environment Requirements must be carefully considered and selected before being included into a generic Power Supply multi-objective optimization. Tutorial will provide an overview and address Clock, Voltage and Temperature Monitoring challenges coming from the application area, characteristics of involved Safe Logic Implementation materials and available design choices, associated modeling of different Redundancy, Diversity elements impacting medium frequency transformer design, as well as optimi- Dual CPU, Lockstep CPU, FPGA zation process as whole. Multiple illustrative design examples will be critically Error Correction Code (ECC) analyzed in terms of their key performance indicators, and supported with Watchdog practical examples realized by the tutorial instructors themselves. Build In Self-Test (BIST), Self-Test Library (STL) Who should attend? Who should attend? This seminar is intended for designers and engineers involved in frequency inverter and servo The tutorial attendees should be familiar with basics laws of electromagnetics and have some drive design for automation. It assumes a working knowledge of electrical engineering basics background in power electronics. The Solid State Transformers, where medium frequency and a familiarity with inverter design principles. Knowledge of functional safety is not necessary. transformers are essential technology, are extremely popular nowadays. Topic is therefore relevant to a broad audience: Master, PhD students, research scientists, and engineers from industry.
Tutorials Monday, 6 May 2019, 09:00 – 17:00 12 | 13 Venue: Arvena Park Hotel Nuremberg, Görlitzer Str. 51, 90473 Nuremberg Tutorial 1 The tutorial will present also the impact of intelligent power processing in opti- We will start with an introduction to WBG power devices and make a com- The tutorial shows a new appropriate physical analysis to understand what Latest Developments in Soft Switching Technologies mizing the efficiency and even in converting a traditional hard switching topology parison between the basic material characteristics and transistor types, and happens, and how to make clean designs without noisy resonances, EMI or Ionel Dan Jitaru, Rompower, USA into a soft switching topology. The presentation will be highlighted with design explore some of the potential advantages over traditional silicon devices. extra losses, for full benefit from new semiconductors. For this purpose, the examples and experimental results such as 99%+ efficiency PFC with power We will then focus on GaN, looking at optimal power circuit layout, comparing tutorial shows 3D distributions of volumes energy densities and surfaces About the instructor densities above 1000W / in3, and 99% efficiency isolated DC-DC Converters. various gate-drive solutions, and consider a number of example applications; power densities and focuses on main phenomena to lead to simpler under- Ionel Dan Jitaru is the founder of Rompower Inc., later Ascom Rompower including hard-switched and soft-switched topologies. We will discuss the standing. Number of practical designs are calculated, analytically and / or by Inc. and Delta Energy Systems (Arizona) Inc., an internationally recognized advantages of creating an integrated half-bridge power block, and look at simulation, and optimized for a wide range of powers, frequencies and impedances. engineering firm in the field of power conversion. Currently he is the president Who should attend? of Rompower Energy Systems Inc., an advance development company in some of the commercially available solutions. The presentation will then take This course is designed for magnetic engineers, power conversion engineers and technical Power Conversion Field. He has published 54 papers wherein several of them a detailed look at SiC, using an automotive traction application as an example Lines and Wiring Design managers who are involved in state-of-art power conversion. have received the best paper award, and held 48 professional seminars at dif- to describe some of the advantages, such as reduced switching and part-load Propagation process on lines: energies, impedance & speed ferent International Conferences in the power conversion. Mr. Jitaru has pio- losses, as well as the challenges, such as paralleling many devices to achieve Clean power propagation or filtering or oscillatory reflections neered several trends in power conversion technologies such as »PWM Soft switching«, »Full integrated multilayer PCB Magnetic«, »Synchronized rectifi- the required current rating. We will look at using WBG devices for various Design bifilar, coaxial and strip lines accordingly, on PCB or others Tutorial 2 cation« and recently »True Soft Switching technologies« wherein the primary topical applications, including: Plug-in battery charging, wireless charging, Examples: busbars, modules, spot welder, radiology, ethernet, etc switchers turn on at zero voltage and the secondary switchers turn off at zero WBG Devices, Circuits and Measurement PFC active front-ends, DC-DC converters, DC-AC converters for solar applications Magnetics and Capacitors Design current. Some of these technologies have been covered by 62 intellectual Edward Shelton, Teng Long, Cambridge University, GB and high-speed motor drives. There are a number of ancillary considerations, Capacitors sizing and shape for clean HF propagation properties wherein 33 are granted patents. Jeff Carter, Borg Warner Turbo Systems, GB such as magnetic materials for inductive components that operate at high Transformers, inductors and electric machines stators sizing Michael de Rooij, Efficient Power Conversion, USA frequencies, the implications of packaging, floating power supplies for gate- HF propagation process in magnetics, as DM and CM Content Richard McMahon, University of Warwick, GB drives, isolated signaling, availability and reliability, that will also be discussed. Simulation: Spice, Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) Soft switching topologies have become popular in many applications in the Steven Sandler, Picotest, USA We will present some of the challenges that come with measuring the performance Propagation delays calculation. Shapes for clean design last thirty years. Though we have such a long tradition in soft switching Rishad Ahmed, Dynex Semiconductor, GB and testing the operation of fast switching WBG circuits. Commercially available HF equivalent schematics. Proximity effect and optimization technologies, some of these technologies have added too much complexity solutions will be presented, along with some embedded measurement circuit HF Converters Design and their practical use became questionable. In addition, some of the tradi- About the Instructors alternatives, and the limitations of these will be discussed. We will also touch Topology choice from flyback, forward, bridge, to ZVS & ZCS tional soft switching topologies address just the soft switching on the primary Edward Shelton graduated with a MEng from Cambridge University in 1997, and is an engineering consultant developing cutting-edge technology for the upon the EMI implications of using WBG devices and how to mitigate the Applications: PFC, computer, induction heating, solar, HiFi, etc side and not the soft switching in the secondary side. The technologies power industry. He is the inventor of several patents. He currently holds an effects of faster switching edges. SMD commutation loop
Tutorials Monday, 6 May 2019, 09:00 – 17:00 14 | 15 Venue: Arvena Park Hotel Nuremberg, Görlitzer Str. 51, 90473 Nuremberg bandgap devices (SiC and GaN) are challenging the control hardware. The Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 advanced control architectures are covered by discussing algorithms and Advanced System Design with Ultra-Fast Si / SiC / GaN Power Diagnosing and Locating Sources of EMI in Switchmode Power Who should attend? possible implementations using µC, DSP and FPGA technology. Robust con- This seminar is directed towards the engineer, technologist or technician who needs to locate Semiconductor Devices Converters sources of EMI in a switching power converter so that, once found, they can be remedied. troller designs with well-defined set up procedures or reliable self-tuning Tobias Reimann, ISLE Steuerungstechnik und Leistungselektronik, D Bruce Carsten, Bruce Carsten Associates, USA This seminar is directed towards the engineer, technologist or technician who needs to locate algorithms can help to use these innovations utilizing a reasonable set-up time. Thomas Basler, Infineon Technologies, D sources of EMI in a switching power converter so that, once found, they can be remedied. About the instructor 1. Converter Design Basics About the instructors Bruce Carsten has 49 years of design and development experience in switchmode GBT, MOSFET, SiC Tobias Reimann received 1994 his PhD from the Technische Universität power converters at frequencies from 20 kHz to 1 MHz. In 1982 he designed a Tutorial 7 Ilmenau in the field of power semiconductor applications for hard and soft 48 Vdc, 200 A, 50 kHz natural convection cooled switchmode telecom rectifier State-machine based dead time generation which met the FCC Class A requirements for conducted and radiated emissions. Reliability of Si and Wide Bandgap Power Devices and Packages switching converters. In 1994 he was one of the founders of the company 2-Level / 3-Level Inverter – including Energy Efficiency Classes This seminar targets the practicing design or test engineer, and emphasize an Josef Lutz, Technical University of Chemnitz, D ISLE GmbH which is engaged in system development for power electronics Gate-driver basics and electrical drives. He is managing director of this company. In addition, intuitive understanding of the phenomena involved. 2. Inverter Modulation Techniques since July 2009 he is Professor for Industrial Electronics at Technische About the instructor Universität Ilmenau. Prof. Reimann is a member of scientific board of Content Josef Lutz joined Semikron Electronics, Nuremberg, Germany in 1983. First Single-Phase Modulator »Thuringian Center of Excellence in Mobility (ThIMo)« at Technische Universität he worked in the development of GTO Thyristors, then in the field of fast Pulse Width vs. Pulse Frequency Modulation This tutorial is an expanded version of the seminar presented at PCIM 2018. Ilmenau in the field of automotive electronics. recovery diodes. He introduced the Controlled Axial Lifetime (CAL) diode. 2-Level / 3-Level SVM Ideally, power converters would be designed for low EMI from the beginning, Since August 2001 he is Professor for Power Electronics and Electromagnetic 3. Analog to Digital Conversion Thomas Basler received his Diploma in Electrical Engineering from Chemnitz but that can take many years of experience to »get it right the first time«, or to Compatibility at the Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany. His main University of Technology in 2009. His Diploma thesis was on the robustness even come close. A basic problem is that EMI is a very »low energy« phenomena, fields of research are ruggedness and reliability of power devices. He is Sigma-Delta DAC versus R-2R DAC and PWM of power diodes. Between 2009 and 2013 he was a member of the scientific involved in several national and international research projects regarding Sigma-Delta Modulation with only 8 to 80 nW of conducted EMI allowed below 30 MHz at any given staff at the Chair of Power Electronics and Electromagnetic Compatibility at reliability of IGBTs and wide bandgap devices. He is one of the authors of the Sinc³ decimation filtering Chemnitz University of Technology. At the beginning of 2014 he received his frequency (depending on the applicable standards), with similar constraints on book »Semiconductor Power Devices – Physics, Characteristics, Reliability«, Efficient FIR implementations, Demonstration, Examples PhD. His thesis is about short-circuit and surge-current ruggedness of IGBTs radiated EMI above 30 MHz. These limits apply regardless of converter power published by Springer 2011, second edition 2018. and was supervised by Prof. Dr. Josef Lutz. 2014 he joined Infineon Technologies level, so a 10 kW converter has effectively 1.000 times tighter limits than a 10 4. Current Sensing AG, Neubiberg, Germany, where he works on the development of SiC MOSFETs, W converter, with 0.8 to 8 pW per watt output allowed. Consequently, the Content Transducer versus shunt diodes and Si IGBTs. sources of EMI are easily overlooked as trivial by the less experienced engineer. Focus is on thermal problems and other lifetime-limiting mechanisms in Synchronous sampling power devices, aspects going from Si to SiC and GaN are considered. Aliasing, EMI suppression Content Failure to meet EMI standards can be found »the hard way«, by paying for an 1. Basic architecture of Si and SiC power modules and discrete packages 2 vs. 3 current probes in 3~ Loads Fast Power Devices / Modules / Reliability EMI lab to determine this, but they will not be able to advise you how to fix it. 2. Materials, substrates and interconnection technologies 5. Current Control New developments in fast power devices (SiC / Si MOSFETs, IGBTs, GaN Alternatively, with a relatively modest investment in equipment, you can first 3. Heat transport, thermal resistance, thermal impedance, cooling methods Hysteresis Control devices, freewheeling diodes) get a reasonable estimate of the conducted and radiated emissions level, and 4. Temperature determination Sampling Control Device design, properties and suitable applications then, with very little more equipment, begin to track down the origins. Virtual junction temperature: Definition, measurement Synchronous Control (FOC): Clarke, Park, decoupling Reliability topics of (new) devices, e.g. gate oxide, dynamic Ron, cosmic Temperature sensitive electrical parameters in Si, SiC, GaN Hybrid control ray ruggedness Conducted EMI is measured with a LISN (Line Impedance Stabilization Network) 5. Fatigue processes, fatigue detection, related tests (single-phase) PLL Power module layouts and optimal design for low inductivity on each power input, and with these you can measure the EMI yourself with a Bondwire lift-off / Heel cracks, solder fatigue Dead-Time Compensation Thermal mismatch, thermal stress, power cycling capability spectrum analyzer, tunable voltmeter, or even an oscilloscope with an FFT Gate stress test for Si, SiC and GaN Special Controls: Flyback, resonant LLC Drive and Protection (fast Fourier transform) capability. However, this measurement is the vector High voltage reverse bias and high voltage, high humidity reverse bias test 6. Current Prediction Principles, technical realizations sum of common (longitudinal) and differential (transverse) mode currents, 6. Power cycling as main method to determine package related lifetime Modeling the Plant Special driver requirements for fast power devices (Si, SiC, GaN) which are generated by completely different mechanisms. A transformer cir- expectation Smith Predictor Failure modes, failure detection cuit will be presented which can simultaneously separate the LISN outputs Experimental setup, test strategies Current Observer Topology-dependent Power Losses into mutually isolated common and normal mode currents, allowing their Test according to the Guideline AQG 324 7. Parameter Tuning DC / DC-Converter sources to be tracked down individually. Typical sources of both will be de- New methods for state-of-health analysis Theoretical background DC / AC-Converter scribed, and methods to minimize each source presented. 7. Empirical models for lifetime prediction Load Cycles Parameter estimation LESIT model, CIPS 2008 model for power modules, applicability, limits Calculation of heat sink 8. Conclusion and Future Trends Radiated noise is almost invariably generated by common mode currents in the Special aspects with discrete packages Device Induced Electromagnetic Disturbance input (and / or output) power lines, using these lines as a radiating antenna. The Special aspects with SiC devices Parasitics sources of these currents are largely the same as for conducted EMI and, to some First results with GaN devices Who should attend? Oscillations in Power Modules This tutorial will be especially valuable for engineers and PhD’s who address the following extent, can be found from the separated LISN outputs, but HF current transformers 8. Improved technologies and future trends for increased lifetime expectation Special Topics of Application control aspects: are better suited to this task due to the high frequencies which are involved. Diffusion sintering, Diffusion soldering, Consideration of special problems and questions of participants, for example: - Digital Motion Control Improved bond wires, - Mains Control, including PFC Parallel / series connection of power devices New material will include: Improved substrates - High-Bandwidth Sensor Circuitry including Robust Signal Transmission Special effects in ZVS / ZCS topologies - Modulation Techniques Information on the design and performance of HF current transformers 9. Some aspects on cosmic ray reliability Special problems related to new device technologies - Controller Implementation using FPGA (HFCTs) for measurement of CM and NM currents. Such HFCTs can be Cosmic ray sources Short-circuit ruggedness of IGBTs and SiC MOSFETs - Controls-Related Novel Converter Issues like Wide-Bandgap Devices used to measure CM and NM currents in place of LISNs and a CM and Failure pattern NM noise extractor, although with lower accuracy due to the lack of the Failure mechanism Who should attend? well-defined source impedance provided by LISNs, and any pre-existing Comparison SiC devices and Si devices Engineers designing converters equipped with fast power semiconductors like Si / SiC MOSFETs, noise on the power lines, unless an EMI filter is provided on the power IGBTs and diodes having basic knowledge in power devices and power converters. source Who should attend? Measured characteristics of a recommended low noise amplifier, of which Engineers in design of converters with IGBTs and SiC devices with interest in reliability, one or two in cascade may be required if the above HFCT is to be used beginners as well as experienced engineers are welcome. with an oscilloscope instead of a spectrum analyzer Design information and measured characteristics of the LISN CM and NM conducted noise extractor circuit Information on CM and NM filter design
Tutorials Monday, 6 May 2019, 09:00 – 17:00 16 | 17 Venue: Arvena Park Hotel Nuremberg, Görlitzer Str. 51, 90473 Nuremberg Tutorial 8 eliability prediction for model based power electronic converter design R Tutorial 10 The objective of this tutorial is to provide the audience with an extensive Reliability Engineering in Power Electronics Systems CORPE Design for Reliability and Robust (DfR2) tool platform Battery Management Systems and Power Converter Solutions overview of the Li-ion battery energy storage technology, its operating principles, Frede Blaabjerg, Francesco Iannuzzo, Huai Wang, Aalborg University, DK 5. Condition monitoring and active thermal control for improved reliability for Lithium-Ion Batteries characteristics, advantages, and drawbacks. Furthermore, since many battery Basics idea and control freedoms Daniel-Ioan Stroe, Remus Teodorescu, Aalborg University, DK management system (BMS) diagnostic algorithms are based on battery About the instructor Junction temperature estimation Maciej Swierczynski, Lithium Balance, DK performance models, an important part of the tutorial will be dedicated to Frede Blaabjerg is currently a Professor with the Department of Energy Damage measurement and health monitoring the performance behavior of the Li-ion batteries; a deep understanding regarding Technology and the Director of Center of Reliable Power Electronics (CORPE), Thermal control under normal operations of converter About the instructors the dependence of the battery performance parameters (e.g., capacity, power, Aalborg University, Denmark. He has intensive research work on power electronics and its applications in motor drives, wind turbines, PV systems, 6. Abnormal condition testing basics for power electronic components Daniel-Ioan Stroe – received the Dipl.-Ing. degree in automatics from resistance) on various parameters such as, temperature, load current, cycle harmonics, and the reliability of power electronic systems. He has held more Impact of severe and abnormal events on the reliability performances »Transilvania« University of Brasov, Romania, in 2008, and M.Sc. degree in depth, number of cycles etc. will be provided. wind power systems from Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark, in 2010. than 300 lectures national and international, most of them in the last decade Basic of instabilities and related phenomena are invited and as keynotes at conferences, covering various topics on power He has been with Aalborg University since 2010, from where he obtained his Instabilities during short circuit of IGBTs Ph.D. degree in lifetime modelling of Lithium-ion batteries in 2014, and he is The second part of the tutorial will focus on the battery management systems electronics, including the reliability. He has contributed more than 350 journal papers. Among other awards, Dr. Blaabjerg received the IEEE William E. Instabilities during short circuit of Wide bandgap devices currently an Associate Professor with the Department of Energy Technology and their most important roles: charge / discharge management, battery cell Newell Power Electronics Award in 2014. 7. Future Research Opportunities in Reliability of Power Electronics and the leader of the Battery Storage Systems Research program. He was a balancing, and monitoring to ensure safety protection. The tutorial will provide Visiting Researcher with RWTH Aachen, Germany, in 2013. He has co-authored Interdisciplinary efforts and opportunities ahead an extensive state of the art on the objectives and functionalities of the BMS. Francesco Iannuzzo is currently a Professor of Reliable Power Electronics at over 90 journal and conference papers, most of them in topics related with Lithium-ion battery performance and lifetime modeling and battery state As BMSs are continuously developing, they will have new functionalities the Aalborg University, Denmark, and CORPE (Center of Reliable Power Electronics). His research interests are in the field of reliability of power estimation. His current research interests are in the area of energy storage such as battery state-of-charge and state-of-health estimation and they will Who should attend? systems for grid and e-mobility, Lithium-based batteries testing and modelling, devices, including against cosmic rays, power device failure modelling and be used for diagnostics purposes. Thus, different methods for battery state- Engineers or researchers in power electronics design and testing with interest in improving reliability and lifetime estimation and diagnostics of Lithium-ion batteries. testing of power modules under extreme conditions. He has given more than 10 performance. Beginners as well as experienced engineers are both welcome. Focus is more on the of-charge and state-of-health estimation will be discussed. seminars at world-class conferences (mostly IEEE), and has contributed almost reliability engineering including testing and modelling aspects from components to system level. Maciej Swierczynski – received his B. Tech. degree from AGH University of 200 journal and conference papers in the field. Prof. Iannuzzo has been the ESREF 2018 general chair, the first European conference on reliability of electronics. Science and Technology, Poland in 2005 and M. Tech degree from AGH Finally, state-of-the-art power converters for Li-ion batteries will be discussed. Tutorial 9 University of Science and Technology, Poland, Cracow in 2007 in Computer Moreover, new solutions such as the Smart Modular Battery Package will be Huai Wang is currently an Associate Professor with the Center of Reliable Design Methods and Tools for Power Electronics Engineering for Industrial Applications and from Aalborg University, Denmark introduced; in this topology, individual battery cells are not connected directly Power Electronics (CORPE), Aalborg University, Denmark. His research addresses in 2009 in Power Electronics and Drives. In 2012, he completed his Ph.D. at Thierry Meynard, LAPLACE Laboratory, F in series (as in the traditional approach), but through individual DC-DC the fundamental challenges in modelling and validation of power electronic Aalborg University, Denmark. Between 2013 – 2017, he worked as a postdoctoral Guillaume Fontes, Power Design Technologies, F researcher and Associate Professor at Aalborg University. In 2018, he moved converters allowing flexibility in the individual loading of each cell. This provides component failure mechanisms, and application issues in system-level predict- ability, circuit architecture, and robustness design, and condition monitoring. to the industry where he is currently working in Lithium Balance A / S as R&D many advantages such as more compact design due to the integration of About the instructors specialist. His area of research is in energy storage technologies for wind, EV Prof. Wang received the IEEE PELS Richard M. Bass Outstanding Young battery management system (BMS) and battery charger by means of DC-DC Power Electronics Engineer Award, in 2016. He has served as an Associate Thierry Meynard graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electro- and residential applications, battery management, testing, modeling and technique, d’Electronique, d’Hydraulique de Toulouse in 1985, became a Doctor lifetime analyses. During his career, he published more than 90 conference converters, improved battery pack energy management and lifetime, and pos- Editor of IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics since 2015. of the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France, in 1988. He joined and journal papers related to different aspects of battery electrical and thermal sibility of bypassing underperforming or failing battery cells in battery packs. the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) as a full-time researcher modeling, management, and lifetime estimation. Moreover, he has been an Content in 1990, was Head of the Static Converter Group from 1994 to 2001, and has invited speaker at many battery related conferences and events. He is also In many mission-critical applications of energy conversions such as renewables, been a part-time consultant with Cirtem from 2000 to 2016. He is now Directeur lecturing battery related tutorials and courses. Who should attend? industry, electric vehicles, and aircrafts, etc., power electronics should be de Recherches CNRS at the LAPLACE(*) laboratory, co-founder and part-time The tutorial is mainly addressed to power electronics engineers who would like to learn more consultant of the start-up Power Design Technologies. His main research Remus Teodorescu – received the Dipl.Ing. degree in electrical engineering about the lithium-ion battery technology (characteristics, performance, lifetime) that is used extremely reliable and robust to avoid high cost of failures. In order to meet from Polytechnical University of Bucharest, Romania in 1989, and PhD. degree interests are related to series and parallel multicell converters, magnetic for automotive and stationary applications, but also to battery specialists who would like to this challenging requirement, there is an ongoing paradigm shift in this field components and the development of design tools for power electronics. He is in power electronics from University of Galati, Romania, in 1994. In 1998, he get know-how about power electronics solutions used for lithium-ion battery systems. from the statistics-based assessment to the physic-of-failures based analysis. the co-inventor of several topologies of multilevel converter used by ABB, joined Aalborg University, Department of Energy Technology, power electronics In this shift, the stress and strength models of the power electronics systems Alstom, Cirtem, General Electric and Schneider Electric: »Flying capacitor«, section where he currently works as a professor. He is a Fellow Member of »Stacked MultiCell«, »5LANPC«, »AC / AC chopper«. IEEE. Between 2013 and 2017, he has been a Visiting Professor with Chalmers need to be accurately built, and both factors are closely related to the operating University. He was the coordinator of Vestas Power Program (2007 – 2013, conditions or mission profiles of the whole systems. These mission profiles Guillaume has been an associate Professor at the Polytechnic National Institute involving 10 PhD projects in the areas of power electronics, power systems will involve multi-disciplinary knowledge and new engineering approaches of Toulouse and at the LAPLACE lab since 2006. He studied electrochemical and energy storage. His areas of interests are: MMC, design and control of for the design of reliability performances.In this tutorial, a recap about com- storage of electric energy and now focuses on methods and tools for the power converters used in wind power systems, PV and HVDC / FACTS and design of power converters. He co-developed a power converter design software smart energy storage systems based on Li batteries and multilevel converters. monly-used power components is given, along with some key reliability engi- prototype in 2013, which is now owned by Power Design Technologies. neering concepts. Afterwards, a case study about reliability prediction of a Guillaume received the M.Sc from INP-ENSEEIHT in 2001, graduated from the Content real converter is presented, followed by a section on promising approaches Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan in 2003 and received his PhD from the National Polytechnic of Toulouse in 2005. Among the available energy storage technologies, Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries like condition monitoring and active thermal control. An important introduction have detached as one of the few solutions, which are able to successfully to abnormal conditions is also given to complete the seminar. The tutorial is Content meet the requirements imposed by both transportation sector and electrical concluded presenting the vision of the instructors on the future research Multicell converters have been introduced more than 30 years ago, and they grids. This has become possible thanks to the continuous research and opportunities in reliability of power electronics. The approaches presented in have gradually been introduced in the real world as commercial products. development efforts, which have resulted in Li-ion batteries with high gravi- the tutorial are also the common interest for the companies involved in the More recently Wide Band Gap semiconductors have brought significant im- metric and volumetric energy density, high power capability during both Center of Reliable Power Electronics (CORPE) at Aalborg University. provements, although cost and reliability is still to be improved. These two charging and discharging operation, very high efficiency and long calendar innovations give a lot of degrees of freedom to the designer, and the need for and cycle lifetime. Subsequently, after dominating the portable electronics 1. Introduction dedicated methods and tools is more and more obvious. In this presentation, market, Li-ion batteries have become the key energy storage technology for 2. Recap on modern power electronic components we will show how a design environment can be used to systematically investigate propelling electric vehicles (EV, HEV, and PHEV), and they are entering the MOSFET and IGBT recap the different design options, and how the series / parallel multicell topologies renewable energy storage sector (e.g., grid support applications, microgrids, Wear out allow challenging big modules using smaller devices with reduced voltage / renewables’ grid integration enhancement). Nevertheless, Li-ion batteries Abnormal conditions current ratings. Competition between Si and WBG devices is thus more open are highly non-linear systems with their performance behavior strongly influ- 3. Introduction to reliability basics and the best choice can be different for each set of specifications. enced by the short-term and long-term operating conditions. Therefore, in Reliability basics, Weibull distribution, Failure rates, Bx lifetime, Reliability order to ensure the technical and economic viability of a certain project, block diagrams accurate knowledge about the behavior of the lithium-ion battery is de- Introduction to mission profiles Who should attend? manded by the industrial user for both short-term operation (seconds to 4. Reliability prediction of power electronic converters – a case study Converter design is a challenging task; many degrees of freedom (components, topology...) hours – performance) and long-term operation (days to years – lifetime modeling). Six-step system-level reliability prediction approach for power electronic and many informations to be manipulated to make decision. Come and learn how to evaluate converters efficiency, weight and cost of a converter matching your requirements in seconds using dedicated methods and tools and make sure the best design option has not been missed!
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