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Modified Preisach model of hysteresis in multi air gap ferrite core medium frequency transformer

2021-02-24T17:52:47+01:00January 25th, 2021|Power Electronics & Converters, Publications|

This article presents the modified Preisach model of hysteresis for a 3-phase medium frequency transformer in a 100 kW dual active bridge converter.

PhD Piotr DWORAKOWSKI “Modelling and analysis of medium frequency transformers for power converters”

2020-12-04T09:51:15+01:00December 3rd, 2020|Phd, Power Electronics & Converters|

The modelling and analysis are essential in the development of the MFT technology which is attracting lots of research and industrial interest.

PhD Hadiseh Geramirad “EMC study of a 1.7 kV SiC MOSFET gate driver”

2020-11-30T12:08:21+01:00November 27th, 2020|Phd, Power Electronics & Converters|

The proposed gate driver achieves a better trade-off between losses & conducted emissions compared to the classical series-connected passive resistors for SiC MOSFET gate drivers.

IEEE PES names two of our researchers as France’s 2020 PhD prize winners!

2020-11-20T17:24:59+01:00November 20th, 2020|Power Electronics & Converters, Press release|

We are very proud to see two colleagues from our Power Electronics & Converters Programme being France’s IEEE PES 2020 PhD prize winners!

PhD Florian ERRIGO “Power converters with integrated energy storage systems for high voltage direct current systems”

2020-10-01T10:23:08+02:00October 1st, 2020|Power Electronics & Converters|

This thesis focuses on the opportunity to integrate energy storage systems inside a modular multilevel converter with the aim at tackling the challenges of resiliency and reliability of the electricity transmission network.

PhD Pierre-Baptiste STECKLER “Contribution to AC/DC conversion in High Voltage”

2020-09-28T10:43:54+02:00September 22nd, 2020|Power Electronics & Converters|

However, for over a century, the benefits of High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) for long-distance energy transmission are well known.

Experimental validation and comparison of a SiC MOSFET based 100 kW 1.2 kV 20 kHz three-phase dual active bridge converter using two vector groups

2020-09-23T18:04:43+02:00September 7th, 2020|Power Electronics & Converters, Publications|

The Dual Active Bridge appears as a promising DC-DC converter topology when galvanic isolation and bidirectional power flow are required. Among its advantages, Zero Voltage Switching allows the switching losses to be significantly reduced.

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