PCIM Nachtrag – PCIM Europe Awards 2015

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Im Rahmen der Eröffnungsveranstaltung der PCIM Europe 2015 Konferenz wurden die Gewinner des Best Paper Award und die drei Gewinner des Young Engineer Awards ausgezeichnet.

Aus über 300 erstklassigen Einreichungen haben die vier Gewinnerbeiträge die Konferenzdirektoren insbesondere durch die hohe Qualität des Inhaltes, den Neuigkeitsgehalt sowie die Aktualität und den Praxisbezug überzeugt. Die drei Young Engineer Awards wurden an herausragende Beiträge junger Ingenieure (bis 35 Jahre) vergeben. Die Laudatio hielt der Fachbeiratsvorsitzende Prof. Dr. Leo Lorenz, ECPE.

Die Gewinner präsentierten ihren Vortrag erstmals auf der PCIM Europe 2015 Konferenz und sind im Tagungsband veröffentlicht. Die drei Young Engineer Award Gewinner erhalten ein Preisgeld, die Best Paper Award Gewinnerin ein Preisgeld und eine Einladung zur PCIM Asia 2016 Konferenz in Shanghai.
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PCIM Europe 2015 Award Gewinner (von links nach rechts) Marinus Petersen, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Deutschland Dorothea Werber, Infineon Technologies, Deutschland  Jan Richter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Deutschland André Schön, University of Bayreuth, Deutschland Quelle: PCIM Europe 2015

PCIM Europe 2015 Award Gewinner (von links nach rechts)
Marinus Petersen, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Deutschland
Dorothea Werber, Infineon Technologies, Deutschland
Jan Richter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Deutschland
André Schön, University of Bayreuth, Deutschland
Quelle: PCIM Europe 2015

Die Gewinnerin des PCIM Best Paper Award ist:

Dorothea Werber, Infineon Technologies, Deutschland
A 1000A 6.5 kV Power Module Enabled by Reverse-Conducting Trench-IGBT-Technology

Die drei PCIM Young Engineer Awards haben gewonnen:

Marinus Petersen, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Deutschland
Design of a Highly Efficient Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) System for Low Voltage Applications

Jan Richter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Deutschland
Mitigation of Current Harmonics in Inverter-Fed Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines with Nonlinear Magnetics

André Schön, University of Bayreuth, Deutschland
Comparison of the most efficient DC-DC Converters for Power Conversion in HVDC Grids

Kurzfassung des PCIM Europe 2015 Best Papers (Konferenzsprache Englisch):

A 1000A 6.5 kV Power Module Enabled by Reverse-Conducting Trench-IGBT-Technology
Dorothea Werber, Thomas Schütze, Thomas Hunger, Matthias Lassmann, Burkhard Stemmer, Frank Pfirsch, Matthias Wissen, Infineon Technologies, Deutschland; Volodymyr Komarnitskyy, Infineon Technologies, Österreich

A reverse conducting IGBT module based on the well-established high insulation 6.5 kV-package platform for single switches is presented. The function of the IGBT-switch and the freewheeling diode is integrated into a single die enabling the higher current rating of 1000A by improved thermal resistance and dynamic loss reduction. Since the maximum allowed junction temperature remains at 125°C, no cutbacks of the power cycling reliability, yet an increase of the effectiveness are observed.

Kurzfassungen der PCIM Europe 2015 Young Engineer Award Papers (Konferenzsprache Englisch):

Design of a Highly Efficient Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) System for Low Voltage Applications Marinus Petersen, Friedrich W. Fuchs, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Deutschland

Design variants for SS-compensated IPT systems in low voltage applications (<100 V) are investigated.
The analysis in this paper is focused on the optimal power electronics and system topology. The validity of the results is exemplarily shown on a 6 kW prototype with an input voltage of 400 VDC and low output voltage of 24 VDC (battery voltage). A high efficiency between 90.1 and 94.2 % can be achieved in any operation point.

Mitigation of Current Harmonics in Inverter-Fed Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines with Nonlinear Magnetics

Jan Richter, Thomas Lannert, Tobias Gemassmer, Martin Doppelbauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Deutschland

Inverter nonlinearities and machine spatial harmonics yield unwanted machine current harmonics causing additional losses and torque ripples. Thus, a method is presented that allows online identification and compensation of both effects for permanent magnet synchronous machines with nonlinear magnetics. The method does not require additional sensor signals and can be implemented easily in existing inverters. Test bench measurements show significant improvements in the whole operational area. Using the proposed method, the total harmonic distortion of the motor current can be reduced to less than an eighth of the uncompensated value at nominal operation for the machine under test.
Comparison of the most efficient DC-DC Converters for Power Conversion in HVDC Grids
André Schön, Mark-M. Bakran, University of Bayreuth, Deutschland

The structure of electric energy generation is rapidly changing, from controllable and equally distributed power generation using few high power plants to a decentralized power generation with many, widely distributed power plants. The key technology for the future of the power grid is HVDC power transmission, which will move from the periphery of the AC grid to its center. In this paper two promising HVDC-DC converter topologies will be compared in terms of efficiency and investment costs.

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