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7th European Conference

on
POWER ELECTRONICS AND APPLICATIONS
8 - 10 September 1997
Trondheim
Norway
Power Electronics for Sustainable Growth

Patron for the Conference:


Mrs. Gro Harlem Brundtland, Former Prime Minister, Member of the Norwegian
Parliament, Former Chairman of the UN World Commission on Environment and
Development

Sponsored by:
European Power Electronics and Drives Association

Organised by:
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

In cooperation with:
IEE, IEEE PELS, IEEE IAS, IEEE Norway Section, NEF, SEE, SRBE/KBVE, VDE, SEP
Patron for the Conference:..............................................................................................................................1
Mrs. Gro Harlem Brundtland, Former Prime Minister, Member of the Norwegian Parliament, Former
Chairman of the UN World Commission on Environment and Development....................................................1
Sponsored by:..................................................................................................................................................1
European Power Electronics and Drives Association......................................................................................1
Organised by:...................................................................................................................................................1
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)..............................................................................1
In cooperation with:........................................................................................................................................1
IEE, IEEE PELS, IEEE IAS, IEEE Norway Section, NEF, SEE, SRBE/KBVE, VDE, SEP.......................................1
Monday 8 September 1997, 9.30 to 10.30.........................................................................................................4
Session L1a: Passive components............................................................................................... Room K3/K4
4
Session L1b: Renewable Energy Systems.......................................................................................... Room E5
4
Session L1c: Electronic power supplies systems............................................................................................4
Room E2...........................................................................................................................................................4
Session L1d: Control methods Room C.........................................................................................................4
Monday 8 September 1997, 11.00 to 13.00.......................................................................................................4
Session L2a: Special session IGBT/GTO Room K3/K4....................................................................................4
Session L2b: EMC Room C..........................................................................................................................5
Session L2c: Modulation strategies................................................................................................... Room E5
5
Session L2d: Electronic power supplies systems............................................................................................5
Room E2...........................................................................................................................................................5
Tuesday 9 September 1997, 8.30 to 10.00........................................................................................................6
Session L3a: Hybrid power Integration Room K3/K4.......................................................................................6
Session L3b: Locomotives Room C...............................................................................................................6
Session L3c: Servo drives Room E2..............................................................................................................6
Session L3d: HVDC Room E5......................................................................................................................7
Tuesday 9 September 1997, 10.30 to 12.30......................................................................................................7
Session L4a: Monolithic Power Integration.....................................................................................................7
Room K3/K4.....................................................................................................................................................7
Session L4b: Permanent Magnet Motor Drives................................................................................................8
Room E2...........................................................................................................................................................8
Session L4c: Converter control Room C........................................................................................................8
Session L4d: FACTS Room E5.....................................................................................................................8
Wednesday 10 September 1997, 8.30 to 10.00.................................................................................................9
Session L5a: Characterization and Applications.............................................................................................9
Room K3/K4.....................................................................................................................................................9
Session L5b: Sensorless control Room C........................................................................................................9
Session L5c: Active filters and harmonics......................................................................................................9
Room E5...........................................................................................................................................................9
Session L5d: Resonant Converters Room E2...............................................................................................10
Wednesday 10 September 1997, 10.30 to 12.30..............................................................................................10
Session L6a: Devices and modellingRoom K3/K4..........................................................................................10
Session L6b: Estimation Techniques Room C.................................................................................................11
Session L6c: Electric Vehicles Room E5......................................................................................................11
Session L6d: Power converter circuits and control ......................................................................... Room E2
11
Monday 8 September 1997, 14.45 to 17.00......................................................................................................12
Session D1a: Passive components.................................................................................................................12
Session D1b: Switches...................................................................................................................................12
D1b-2 Power Semiconductor Technology.......................................................................................................13
Session D3a: Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS).....................................................................................13
Session D3b: DC power supplies, battery chargers.......................................................................................14
Session D3c: Switched and resonant-mode power supplies.........................................................................14
Session D3d: High frequency power converters and power factor correction...............................................15
Session D3e: Modelling and simulation, user application experiences.........................................................15
Session D4a: Modulation strategies..............................................................................................................16
Session D4b-1: Fuzzy control.........................................................................................................................17
Session D4b-2: Fuzzy control.........................................................................................................................18
Session D5f: Converter machine interactions...............................................................................................18
D5f-1 Acoustic Noise.....................................................................................................................................18
D5f-2 Harmonics............................................................................................................................................19
D5f-3 Thermal Models....................................................................................................................................19
Session D5n: Design diagnosis......................................................................................................................19
Session D5o: Modelling and simulation.........................................................................................................19
Session D8g: Renewable energy....................................................................................................................20
Session D8i: Generator, excitation systems..................................................................................................21
Session D8h: Adjustable Speed Generators..................................................................................................21
Session D9a: Energy system management, user applications experiences, modelling and simulation.......22
Session D9b: EMC..........................................................................................................................................23
Session D9c: Power conditioning, power factor correction...........................................................................23
Session D9d: Power conditioning, power factor correction...........................................................................24
Session D9e: Reliability.................................................................................................................................25
Session D9f: Diagnostics...............................................................................................................................25
Tuesday 9 September 1997............................................................................................................................25
Session D1c: Monolithic integration..............................................................................................................25
Session D1d: Hybrid Integration....................................................................................................................27
Session D4c: Converter control application to single phase systems...........................................................27
Session D4d: Converter control applications to three phase systems..........................................................28
Session D4e: Converter control, PFC/ line harmonics...................................................................................28
Session D4f: Converter control, Miscelleanous.............................................................................................29
Session D4g: Measurement techniques and systems....................................................................................29
Session D4h: Adaptive robust sliding modes.................................................................................................30
Session D4i: Identification estimation and adaptive control........................................................................30
Session D5a: Permanent magnet motors.......................................................................................................31
Session D5b: Traction 1.................................................................................................................................31
D5b 1 Locomotives........................................................................................................................................31
D5b 2 Interference........................................................................................................................................31
Session D5b: Traction 2.................................................................................................................................32
D5b 3 Inverter/Converter...............................................................................................................................32
D5b 4 Others..................................................................................................................................................32
Session D5c: Linear drives............................................................................................................................32
Session D5d: Reluctance drives....................................................................................................................33
Session D5e: Special applications................................................................................................................34
Session D5i: Applications of DTC..................................................................................................................34
Session D5j: Energy efficient drives..............................................................................................................35
Session D5k: Control of ac machines - Industrial applications.....................................................................35
Session D5l: Control of ac machines - Control and implementation.............................................................36
Session D6a: Servo drives and actuators......................................................................................................37
Session D8a-1 Facts 1....................................................................................................................................38
Session D8a-2 Facts 2....................................................................................................................................38
Session D8b: HVDC........................................................................................................................................39
Wednesday 10 September 1997.....................................................................................................................39
Session D1e: Characterization and Applications.........................................................................................39
D1e - 1:...........................................................................................................................................................39
D1e - 2:...........................................................................................................................................................40
Session D1f: Modelling...................................................................................................................................40
Session D2a: Multilevel and matrix converters.............................................................................................41
Session D2b: Power converters.....................................................................................................................42
Session D2c: Resonance applications...........................................................................................................43
Session D2d: Resonance 1.............................................................................................................................44
Session D2e: Resonance 2.............................................................................................................................45
Session D5g: Sensorless drives - Induction Machines...................................................................................45
Session D5h: Sensorless drives - Brushless Machines..................................................................................46
Session D5m: Estimation and parameters analysis......................................................................................47
Session D7a: Drives, control of drives...........................................................................................................47
Session D7b: Battery charger, battery management, test bench..................................................................48
Session D7c: Hybrid vehicles, simulation......................................................................................................49
Session D8c: Harmonics and active filters - analysis and design.................................................................49
Session D8d: Harmonics and active filters - control.....................................................................................50
Session D8e: Harmonics and active filters - network studies and harmonics..............................................50
Session D8f: Harmonics and active filters - applications.............................................................................51
Session D8j: Modelling and simulation..........................................................................................................51
Session D10a: Education...............................................................................................................................52
Monday 8 September 1997, 9.30 to 10.30

Session L1a: Passive components Room K3/K4


Prof J. Uceda, University of Madrid, Spain/
O. Apeldoorn, RWTH Aachen, Germany
Super-capacitors for peak load shaving of
batteries 1.055
R. Bonert, University of Toronto, Canada, S. Reichert,
University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Impedance adapter transformer - 300 kHz/2MVA for
induction heating generators 1.061
M. Gillot, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Industrielles,
J. Nuns, EDF, France

Session L1b: Renewable Energy Systems Room E5


Session Chairmen:
Prof. H. Stemmler, ETH, Zrich, Switzerland
T. Toftevaag, EFI, Norway)
Efficient Photovoltaic Pump System using a Permanent
Magnet Sychnronous Motor Drive 1.066
S. Van Haute, St. Henneberger, K. Hameyer,
R. Belmans, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,
L. De Gheselle, W. Coppye, IMEC, Belgium
Single Cell Module Integrated Converter System for
Photovoltaic Energy Generation 1.071
J. Riatsch, H. Stemmler, R. Schmidt, Swiss Federal Inst.
of Techn. - ETH-Zentrum, Switzerland

Session L1c: Electronic power supplies systems


Room E2
Session Chairmen:
Prof. J.L. Van Eck, ULB, Belgium
O. Boe, Siemens, Norway
Ni-Cd and Ni-MH battery fast-charger for portable
applications based upon an intelligent IC 1.078
M. Gonzalez, Miguel A. Perez, J. Diaz, F.F. Linera,
P. Martinez, Iberdrola, Spain
Large-Signal Modeling, Subharmonics and Bifurcation
Behavior of PWM Switching Converters 1.084
Henry Chung, K. K. Tse, S. Y. R. Hui,
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Session L1d: Control methods Room C


Prof. W. Leonhard, University of Braunschweig, Germany
Prof. J.P. Louis, LESIR, France
Fuzzy Logic Control Optimization of Electrical Systems
using Experimental Designs 1.090
D. Hissel, P Maussion, Institut National Polytechnique
de Toulouse, France
Neuro-Fuzzy Controller in a Field Oriented Control for
Induction Motors 1.096
L. Baghli, H. Razik, A. Rezzoug, GREEN, France
Fuzzy Control for Electrical Drives? 1.102
Kai Michels, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

This session includes a panel discussion

Monday 8 September 1997, 11.00 to 13.00

Session L2a: Special session IGBT/GTO Room K3/K4


Session Chairmen:
J.M. Peter, SEE, France
P. Alosi, Motorola, France
Integrated Power Module in IGBT Technology for
Modular Power Traction Converter 1.106
Gerald Hilpert, Thomas Zllig, ABB Daimler-Benz
Transportation Ltd, Switzerland
Multichip High Power IGBT - Modules for Traction and
Industrial Application 1.112
K. H. Sommer, R. Spanke, eupec GmbH & Co KG, G. Lefranc,
Siemens AG, J. Gttert, eupec GmbH & Co KG, Germany
A New Range of Reverse Conducting Gate-Commutated
Thyristors for High-Voltage Medium-Power Applications1.117
Stefan Linder, Sven Klaka, Mark Frecker, Eric Carroll,
Hansruedi Zeller, ABB Semiconductors AG, Switzerland

Including a panel discussion

Session L2b: EMC Room C


Session Chairmen:
Prof. L. Pierrat, EDF, France
Mari Haugen Jensen, Unitech, Norway
Reduction of Conducted Line Emissions in
voltage-fed pulsed inverters by using suppressor
capacitors in the intermediate circuit 1.125
H. Jrgensen, S. Guttowski, K. Heumann, Technische
Universitt Berlin, Germany
Predictive Correction Method for fast Control System
s with respect to the Example of Static VAR Compensation
of Arc Furnaces 1.130
Gustav Vaupel, Fachhochschule Hamburg, Thanh-Nam L,
Siemens AG, Germany
Electromagnetic radiation from power electronics circuits 1.135
M. Youssef, J. Roudet, Y. Marechal, Laboratoire
dElectrotechnique de Grenoble, France
Standardisation in Power Electronics 1.140
J. L. Sanhet, CEGELEC

Session L2c: Modulation strategies Room E5


Session Chairmen:
P. Thogersen, Danfoss Drives, Denmark
P. Vadstrup, Grundfos, Denmark
Analysis of spectral effects of random PWM strategies
for voltage-source inverters 1.146
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 1.152
Bin Kaku, Ichiro Miyashita, Toyo Electric Mfg. Co Ltd,
Satoru Sone, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Modulation Techniques Applied to High Power 3 Level
GTOs Converter for Asynchronous Motor Drives 1.158
M. Carpita, Ansaldo Ricerche SrL, Luciano Puglisi,
Universit degli Studi di Genova, M. Baragli, G. Striano,
Universit degli Studi di Genova, C. Bacigalupo, Ansaldo
Ricerche SrL, Italy
A PWM strategy using a discontinuous modulating
signal for full-bridge inverters 1.165
Ciro Picardi, A. Eisinberg, G. Palmieri, Universita della
Calabria, Italy
Session L2d: Electronic power supplies systems
Room E2
Session Chairmen:
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 1.170
Richard Zhang, V Himamshu Prasad, Dushan Boroyevich,
Fred C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Active Power Factor Correction of a Single Stage AC-DC
Converter with Reactive Power Control 1.176
M. Butler, W.G. Hurley, University College Galway, W. Wlfle,
Convertec Ltd., Ireland
Parallelling Power Converters for AC-DC Step-Down
Power Conversion with Inherent Power Factor Correction1.182
S. Y. R. Hui, H. Chung, City University of Hong Kong/ Sydney
University, Hong Kong
Single Switch AC/DC Power Factor Correction Converter
Valid for Both Three Phase and Single Phase Applications1.188
Oscar Garcia, J.A. Cobos, R. Prieto, J. Uceda,
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

Tuesday 9 September 1997, 8.30 to 10.00

Session L3a: Hybrid power Integration Room K3/K4


Session Chairmen:
P. Rossel, LAAS, France
U. Jaeger, Danfoss, Denmark
Evaluation and future prospects of an integration
technology for hybrid multikilowatt power electronic
converters 1.194
J.D. van Wyk, J.A. Ferreira, L.W. Hofsajer, M.C. Smit,
Rand Afrikaans University, South Africa
Integral liquid cooled high speed power module 1.200
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 1.204
E. Ranchy, A. Petitbon, J. Gonzalez, Alcatel Alsthom Recherche,
France
Evolution of application specific IPM 1.210
G. Majumdar, T. Oota, F. Tametani, Mitsubishi Electric Corp.,
Japan, K.H. Hussein, Fukuryo Semi-con Engineering Corp.,
Japan, E. Thal, Mitsubishi Electric, Germany, G. Debled,
Mitsubishi Electric, France
Session L3b: Locomotives Room C
Session Chairmen:
Janus Vitins, Adtranz, Switzerland
G. Zetterberg, Adtranz, Sweden
Development of Three-Level Power Converter System
Using IGBTs for Shinkansen Trains 1.216
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 1.221
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 1.227
Uwe Henning, P.G. Kamp, Siemens AG, Germany
Power traction converter with 3.3 kV IGBT modules 1.232
L. Fratelli, G. Giannini, Ansaldo Trasporti S.p.A., Italy

Session L3c: Servo drives Room E2


Session Chairmen:
Prof. M. Jufer, EPFL, Switzerland
Prof. A. Vandenput, T.U. Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Sensorless Field Oriented Speed Control of a Hybrid
Stepper Motor Using an Extended Kalman Filter 1.238
C. Obermeier, H. Kellermann, G. Brandenburg, J. Heinzl,
T. U. Mnchen, Germany
An alternative method to servo motor drive torque ripple
assessment 1.244
Philip C. Kjaer, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Detection of the Starting Rotor Angle of a PMSM at
Standstill 1.250
C. Brunotte, W. Schumacher, T. U. Braunschweig, Germany
State of the art of smooth torque controllers 1.254
E. Favre, J.-M. Mozzon, A. Crausaz, ETEL S.A., Switzerland

Session L3d: HVDC Room E5


Session Chairmen:
Prof. A. Ekstrm, ABB
B.R. Andersen, GEC, United Kingdom
Analysis of an HVdc inverter in the Harmonic Domain1.260
J. Arrillaga, G.N. Bathurst, B.C. Smith, N.R. Watson,
University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Comparison of Alternate HVDC Converter Topologies1.266
K. Sadek, M. Pereira, 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 1.272
Per Holmberg, Tomas Jonsson, Mats Lagerkvist,
ABB Power Systems, Sweden
Random Modulation of Line Commutated Power
Converters 1.278
Mats Alakla, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden
Investigation of the operating performance of a
4-terminal HVDC system 1.281
Haus Ring, Forschungsgemeinschaft fr
Hochspannungs- & Hochstromtechnik e.V., Uwe Radtke,
PreussenElektra AG, Germany
Light Triggered Thyristor Valve for HVDC application 1.287
H.-P. Lips, J. Matern, R. Neubert, L. Popp, M. Uder,
Siemens AG, Germany

Tuesday 9 September 1997, 10.30 to 12.30

Session L4a: Monolithic Power Integration


Room K3/K4
Session Chairmen:
R. Basset, GEC Alsthom, United Kingdom
J.L. Sanchez, LAAS, France
A New IGBT with A Monolithic Self-Protection Circuits1.293
P. Alosi, John Shen, Stephen P. Robb, France
A Methodology for the Functional Power Integration.
Example the evolution of the Solid State Protection in
the Telecom Area 1.296
Robert Pezzani, Eric Bernier, Christian Ballon, SGS
Thomson Microelectronics, France
Trends in design and technology for new integrated
power devices based on functional integration 1.302
J-L. Sanchez, R. Berriane, P. Austin, M. Marmouget, LAAS,
France
A CMOS Compatible Smart Power Process with Complete
Dielectric Isolation 1.308
J. Weyers, W. Rost, ELMOS GmbH, H. Vogt, Fraunhofer-Inst. fr
Mikroelektr. Schaltungen u. Syst., Germany, J. Millan,
S. Hidalgo, J. Rebollo, Centro Nacional de Microelectronica
CSIC, Spain

Session L4b: Permanent Magnet Motor Drives


Room E2
Session Chairmen:
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 1.314
John K. Pedersen, Aalborg University, Henrik R. Andersen,
Danfoss Drives A/S, Denmark
Permanent Magnet Multipole 6-Phase Brushless
DC Motor for Automotive Applications 1.319
T. Izhar, P.D. Evans, The University of Birmingham,
United Kingdom
A Novel Controls-Oriented Model of PM Generator
with Diode Bridge Output 1.324
Robert D. Lorenz, Michael J. Ryan, University of Wisconsin-
Madison, USA
Influence of the current control strategy on the
PMSM drive performance during failures 1.330
N. Bianchi, S. Bolognani, M. Zigliotto, M. Zordan, University
of Padova, Italy

Session L4c: Converter control Room C


Session Chairmen:
Prof. M. Alakla, 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 1.336
Andr S. Kislovski, Ascom Energy Systems, Switzerland
An Intelligent Current Controller using Delay
Compensationfor PWM Converters 1.342
Jin-Woo Lee, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology,
Korea
Multivariable State Feedback Control for Three-phase
Power Conversion Systems 1.348
G-Myoung Lee, Dong-Hee Kim, Yeungnam University, Korea
Simplified Static and Dynamic Models of the 3-loop
Active Power Factor Correction Systems 1.354
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 1.360
E. De Paola, N. Palazzoli, Adtranz Italy, Italy, A. Brechter,
Adtranz Switzerland, Switzrland

Session L4d: FACTS Room E5


Session Chairmen:
A. Habck, Siemens, Germany
Prof. H. Akagi, Okayama University, Japan
Reactive Power Compensation Using A Unified Power
Flow Controller Fed By A Current Source 1.366
Johann Jger, Gerhard Herold, Universitt Erlangen-Nrnberg,
Germany
Optimal Controller for the combination System of a
UPFC and Conventional Series Capacitors 1.372
Ying Jiang, ke Ekstrm, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Analytical calculation of 6-pulse current converters in
large compensated networks in steady state 1.378
C. Weindl, G. Herold, Universitt Erlangen-Nrnberg, Germany
The IGCT - the Key Technology for low cost high reliable
High Power Converters with Series Connected Turn-off
Devices 1.384
P. K. Steimer, H. Grning, J. Werninger, ABB Industrie AG,
Switzerland
Design of a unified power flow controller for
implementation into a micronetwork 1.390
Guillaume Manon, Philippe Delarue, Robert Bausiere,
Universit de Lille - L2EP, France, Michel Crappe, Michel
Renglet, Stphanie Dupuis, Facult Polytechnique de Mons,
Belgium

Wednesday 10 September 1997, 8.30 to 10.00

Session L5a: Characterization and Applications


Room K3/K4
Session Chairmen:
Terje Rogne, EFI, Norway
P. Lindmann, Ericsson Components, Sweden
Problem of mechanical strength in electronics 1.396
V. Roizman, N. Nester, Technological University of Podillia,
Ukraine
A New Intelligent Gate Control Scheme to Drive and
Protect High Power IGBTs 1.400
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 1.406
P.R. Palmer, J.C. Joyce, B.H. Stark, Cambridge University,
United Kingdom
Evaluation of High Power IGBTs for Traction Applications1.412
Martin Hollander, Gunnar Zetterberg, ABB Daimler Benz
Transportation Ltd, Sweden

Session L5b: Sensorless control Room C


Session Chairmen:
P. Tiitinen, ABB Industry, Finland
Prof. F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark
Speed Sensorless High Performance Control for
Traction Drives 1.418
M. Depenbrock, Ruhr-Universitt Bochum, F. Hoffmann,
Siemens Transportation Systems, St. Koch, Ruhr-Universitt
Bochum, Germany
A Comparison of Model Reference Adaptive System
and Extended Kalman Filter Estimators 1.424
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 1.430
O. Fenker, W. Schumacher, Technische Universitt
Braunschweig, Germany
Synchronous motor drives based on direct flux linkage
control 1.434
J. Pyrhnen, M. NIemel, J. Kaukonen, J. Luukko,
O. Pyrhnen, Lappeenranta University of Technology,
Pekka Tiitinen, Janne Vnnen, ABB Industry Oy, Finland

Session L5c: Active filters and harmonics


Room E5
Session Chairmen:
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 1.440
Hirofumi Akagi, Okayama University, Japan
Experimental setup of a shunt active filter using a
superconducting magnetic energy storage system (SMES)1.447
O. Simon, H. Spth, Universitt Karlsruhe, K.P. Jngst,
P. Komarek, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany
Hybrid filtration in conditions of asymmetric nonlinear
load current pulsation 1.453
Grzegorz Benysek, Ryszard Strzelecki, Technical University
of Zielona Gra, Leszek Frackowiak, Poznan University of
Technology, Poland
175/188HZ mains signalling active filters for connecting
independent electricity producers 1.459
P. Michalak, H. Pouliquen, EDF-DER, A. Grandet,
Schlumberger, M.J.F. Tissier, Schlumberger, France
Session L5d: Resonant Converters Room E2
Session Charimen:
Prof. L. Malesani, University of Padova, Italy
Prof. Th. Meynard, LEEI, Toulouse, France
A Single-Phase/Three-Phase Compatible Soft-Switched
AC to DC Converter 1.464
J.Y. Choi, Korea Institute of Science & Technology,
H.S. Mok, Seoul National Polytechnic University, T.Y. Kim,
Jeon-Sung Electric Co, J.G. Cho, Korea Electrotechnology
Research Institute, G.S. Kim, Seoul City University, U.Y. Huh,
Inta University, Korea
An Efficiency Study of a Robust and Simple Three
Phase Resonant Converter 1.470
Stig Munk-Nielsen, Frede Blaabjerg, John K. Pedersen,
Aalborg University, Denmark
Investigation on power factor correction of
current-source resonant converter with two energy
storage elements 1.476
H. Benqassmi, J.-P. Ferrieux, B. Chauchat, Laboratoire
dElectrotechnique de Grenoble, France
Characterization and Comparison of IGBTs and MCTs
in Zero Current Switching Converters 1.482
S. Bernet, ABB Corporate Research Center, Germany

Wednesday 10 September 1997, 10.30 to 12.30

Session L6a: Devices and modelling Room K3/K4


Session Chairmen:
Prof. P. Spirito, Univ. of Napoli, Italy
Prof. G. Bussatto, Univ. of Napoli, Italy
Simulation/Optimization of IC VDMOS Layout-
Dependent Electrostatics 1.488
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 1.494
Ph. Leturcq, J-L Debrie, M. O. Berraies, Lab. dAnalyse et
dArchitecture des Systmes du C.N.R.S., France
Axial Recombination Center Technology for
Freewheeling Diodes 1.502
Josef Lutz, Semikron Elektronik GmbH, Germany
Proton irradiated 6kV GTO with full pressure contacts1.507
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 1.513
Manfred Bruckmann, Eric Baudelot, Heinz Mitlehner, Benno Weis,
Siemens AG, Germany
Session L6b: Estimation Techniques Room C
Session Chairmen:
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 1.518
E. Levi, M. Sokola, Liverpool John Moores University,
United Kingdom
Comparative study of identification methods for
induction machines 1.524
G. Clerc, D.R. Chouiter, C. Besson, CEGELY -
Ecole Centrale de Lyon, N. Bellaaj MRabet, J.M. Retif,
CEGELY - Insa, France
Salient pole synchronous motor parameter estimation
in a direct flux linkage controlled drive 1.530
J. Kaukonen, J. Pyrhnen, J. Luukko, M. Niemel,
O. Pyrhnen, 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 1.536
Robert D. Lorenz, M. W. Degner, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison,
USA
On-line rotor-resistance estimation for induction motors1.542
A. Garcia-Cerrada, J.L. Zamora, Universidad Pontificia Comillas,
Spain

Session L6c: Electric Vehicles Room E5


Session Chairmen:
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 1.548
A. Binder, K. Greubel, B. Piepenbreier, A. Ackva, Siemens AG,
Germany
High efficiency drive for electrical vehicles 1.554
F. Bernot, Institut de Gnie Energtique, L. Gonthier,
Technicra Engineering SA, S.D. Bocus, S. El Baroudi,
A. Berthon, J.M. Kauffmann, Institut de Gnie Energtique,
France
Charging Strategies for Electric Vehicles and their
Consequences for Power Supply 1.560
H-J. Haubrich, Andreas R. Heider, Aachen University of
Technology, Germany
Control and Design Interaction in Hybrid Electric
Vehicles - Benefits of Using Power Electronics 1.566
Morten Hemmingsson, Bengt Simonsson, Mats Alakla,
Gustaf Olsson, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden
Design and Control of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous
Motor Drive for a Hybrid Electric Vehicle 1.570
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 Room E2


Session Chairmen:
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 1.576
Taichiro Tsuchiya, Hideo Okayama, Masahiro Kimata,
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
State-Space Analysis of Diode-Clamped Multi-Level
Voltage-Source-Inverters for Static Var Compensation1.582
O. Pollakowski, Walter Schumacher, Technische Universitt
Braunschweig, Germany, Herv Pouliquen, Electricit de France,
France
Control of series multicell converters by linear state
feedback decoupling 1.588
Olivier Tachon, Maurice Fadel, Thierry Meynard,
INP - ENSEEIHT, France

Monday 8 September 1997, 14.45 to 17.00

Session D1a: Passive components


Session Chairman:
O. Apeldoorn, RWTH Aachen, Germany
The Winding Capacitance of Solid and Litz Wires (St. 1) 2.001
M. Albach, J. Lauter, Philips Research Laboratory, Germany
An analytical method of characteristics of orthogonal-
core under consideration of magnetic saturation and
hysteresis (St. 2) 2.006
Katsubumi Tajima, Yoshihisa Anazawa, Toshihiko
Komukai, Akita University, Osamu Ichinokura,
Tohoku University, Japan
Characteristics of magnetizing current and core losses
of transformer under distorted supply voltage generating
from electronic converters (St. 3) 2.012
L. Pierrat, Electricit de France, T. Tran-Quoc,
Institut Nationale Polytechnique de Grenoble, France
Investigation on the IGBT Case Explosion in Short
Circuit Operation (St. 4) 2.016
S. Duong, C. Schaeffer, LEG, F. Sarrus, C. Mulertt,
FERRAZ, France
A Fuzzy Decision Support System for Magnetic
Component Design (St. 5) 2.022
J.B. Klaassens, D. Holt, U. Kaymak, H.R. van Nauta Lemke,
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Calculation of the reversible permeability of ferrite
cores with non uniform cross sections (St. 6) 2.028
D. Lange, T. Werner, Siemens Matsushita Components Mnchen,
Germany
A survey of nanocrystalline applications in power
electronics (St. 7) 2.032
F. Mazeleyrat, F. Costa, LESIR, France
The importance of material homogeneity for
reliable metal-oxide Influence of the winding
strategy on the parasitics of magnetic components (St.8)2.038
Roberto Prieto, J.A. Cobos, O. Garcia, J. Uceda, Universidad
Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

Session D1b: Switches


Session Chairman:
P. Alosi, Motorola, France
The Dual-Gated Emitter Switched Thyristor (DGEST) (St. 9) 2.044
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
(St. 10) 2.049
Yasukazu Seki, Masayuki Soutome, Yoshikazu Takahashi,
Koh Yoshikawa, Takeshi Fujii, Fuji Electric Corporate
Research & Development Ltd., Humiaki Kirihata,
Fuji Electric Co. Ltd., Japan
Performance Comparison of Standard and Optimised
Clamp Diodes for High Power IGBT Inverters for
Traction Applications (St. 11) 2.054
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 (St. 12) 2.060
H.E. Gruening, B. degrd, R & D Drives and Power
Electronics, E. Carroll, S. Klaka, R. Schlegel, ABB
Semiconductors AG, Switzerland
IGBT instability due to negative gate capacitance (St. 13)2.066
I. Omura, W. Fichtner, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Switzerland
A New High Power Device: GCT Thyristor (St. 14) 2.070
T. Nakagawa, K. Satoh, M. Yamamoto, Mitsubishi Electric
Corporation, Japan
Electron-beam valve as a new type of vacuum switching
tubes for high voltage power supply (St. 15) 2.076
V.I. Perevodchikov, V. N. Chapenko, N. V. Matveev,
V. M. Stuchenkov, All-Russian Electrotechnical Institute (VEI),
Russia

D1b-2 Power Semiconductor Technology


On the nature of leakage current of fast recovery silicon
rectifiers (St. 16) 2.082
V.V.N. Obreja, Gh. Dinoiu, National R&D Institute for
Microtechnology (IMT), Romania
Power SDB-devices with regularly grooved interfaces
(St. 17) 2.087
E.D. Kim, S.C. Kim, J.M. Park, Korea Electrotechnology
Research Institute, Korea, I.V. Grekhov, L.S. Kostina,
T.S. Argunova, Ioffe Phisico-Technical Institute, Russia
Recombination lifetime degradation in thermally
stressed N-type bulk silicon wafer (St. 18) 2.093
A. Irace, A. Cutolo, S. Daliento, P. Spirito, L. Zeni,
Universit degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy
Optical and electrical measurement of bulk recombination
lifetime regardless of surface conditions (St. 19) 2.096
Andrea Irace, Antonello Cutolo, Santolo Daliento,
Annunziata Sanseverino, Paolo Spirito, Luigi Zeni,
Universit degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy
Optimisation of the Reverse Recovery Behaviour
of Fast Power Diodes using Injection Efficiency and
Lifetime Control Techniques (St. 20) 2.099
M. T. Rahimo, N. Y. A. Shammas, Staffordshire University,
United Kingdom
An Efficient Junction Termination Technique:
The Biased Ring Structure (St. 21) 2.105
C. Mingues, LAAS-CNRS, D. Krizaj, LED, G. Charitat,
LAAS-CNRS, France
Power MOS transistors gate oxide characterisation.
Linked failure rates (St. 22) 2.110
Jean R. Coudrin, France Telecom CNET, France

Session D3a: Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS)


Session Chairman:
Ove Boe, Siemens, Norway
A novel adaptive hysteresis band current control
using a DSP for a power factor corrected on-line UPS
(St. 23) 2.116
Yu Qin, Shanshan Du, Controlled Power Company, USA
Real-time voltage control for unbalanced UPS (St. 24)2.121
Santiago de Pablo, Santiago Lorenzo, J. Antonio Dominguez,
Santiago Caceres, E.T.S.I.I., Spain
Control Strategy of Bidirectional UPS with the Performance
of Active Power Filter (St. 25) 2.125
Jae-Ho Choi, Chungbuk National University, Je-Hong Kim,
Yongdong Junior College, Tae-Young Ahn, Chungbuk National
University, South Korea
A Feasible High-performance Single-Phase UPS
Incorporating Switched Mode Recifire with
High-Frequency Transformer Link (St. 26) 2.131
K. Hirachi, Yuasa Corporation, J. Yoshitsugu, T. Iseki, Y. Aria,
M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Methods of establishing HF-link in small and medium
size static UPS system (St. 27) 2.138
M. K. Darwish, Brunel University, T. H. Abdelhamid, Alexandria
University, United Kingdom

Session D3b: DC power supplies, battery chargers


Session Chairman:
L. Gerbaud, ENSIEG, France
Modeling a nickel cadmium battery and simulation
of a battery charge limiter for aircraft (St. 28) 2.144
L. Bonenfant, Aerospatiale Aeronautique, M. Pietrzak-David,
B. de Fornel, INPT-ENSEEIHT-LEEI, Alain Geoffroy,
Aerospatiale Aeronautique, France
High Frequency DC/DC Conversion using a Novel
Concept of Multiple Frequency Operation with Pulse
Width Modulated Output (St. 29) 2.150
Pradeep Chhawchharia, D.K.W. Cheng, Y.S. Lee, Hong Kong
Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
A Practical Implementation of a Charger of a Battery
of Capacitors (0.5F) for X-Ray Applications (St. 30) 2.156
O. Garcia, P. Alou, J.A. Cobos, R. Prieto, J. Uceda,
Universidad Politcnica de Madrid, J. Casero, Siemens S.A,
Spain
Performance of ferroresonant transformer in
microprocessor based battery charger for electric
vehicles (St. 31) 2.162
Curtis R. Mersman, Medhat M. Morcos, Norman G. Dillman,
Kansas State University, USA

Session D3c: Switched and resonant-mode power supplies


Session Chairman:
Knut Vangen, Unitech, Norway
Zero voltage switching converter for magnetic transfer
of energy to movable systems (St. 32) 2.168
Peter Knaup, Karl Hasse, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt,
Germany
Analysis of the Series-Parallel Multiresonant
LLC Converter Comparison between First Harmonic
Approximation and Measurement (St. 33) 2.174
Thomas Duerbaum, Georg Sauerlaender, Philips Research Lab.,
Germany
A novel split-rail resonant supply generator for use
with medium power single phase inverter systems
supplying live loads (St. 34) 2.180
J.A. Gow, C.D. Manning, Loughborough University,
United Kingdom
A PWM AC/AC Full-Bridge used like a Shunt and a
Serial Regulator (St. 35) 2.186
J.B. Vieira Jr., Joo C. Oliveira, L.C. Freitas, E.A.A. Coelho,
V.J. Farias, Universidade Federal de Uberlndia, Brazil
A DC-DC converter based on a new series resonant
inverter topology (St. 36) 2.192
Silviu Stefanescu, Mircea Chindris, Ioan Vadan, Technical
University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Analysis and test results of double buck and buck
/boost quasi-resonant converters (St. 37) 2.196
Zoltn Puklus, Lszl Hodossy, Szchenyi Istvn College Gyr,
Hungary, Peter C. Szilagyi, Sault College of AATSET, Canada
VDMOS devices for low output voltage DC/DC
converters (3.3V) (St. 38) 2.202
J. Fernndez, J. Rebollo, J. Milln, Centro Nacional de
Microelectrnica, J.A. Cobos, O. Garcia, J. Uceda,
Universidad Politcnica de Madrid E.T.S.I.I., Spain
Universal-input unity power factor rectifier using
a novel sepic-derived topology (St. 39) 2.208
Hari Sree, University of Minnesota, USA, Johann W. Kolar,
Technical University of Vienna, Austria, Ned Mohan,
University of Minnesota, USA

Session D3d: High frequency power converters and power factor correction
Session Chairman:
J. F. Haugen, Mascot Electronic, Norway
Single phase low distortion DC/AC-inverter with
high bandwidth to switching frequency ratio (St. 40) 2.214
M. A. E. Andersen, Niels Anderskouv, Karsten Nielsen,
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
An AC-DC converter with high-quality input
waveforms and very low switching losses (St. 41) 2.220
Mariano Lopez, L. Garcia de Vicua, Miguel Castilla,
Jos Matas, Universidad Politecnica de Catalua-UPC, Spain
Boost converter as a medium for adaptive shut down
control (ST. 42) 2.226
Teuvo Suntio, Seppo Suur-Askola, Toni Laurinen,
Efore Oy, Finland
A novel digital control scheme for a sinusoidal input
single phase rectifier (St. 43) 2.231
Masaaki Ohshima, The Tokyo Electric Power Co Inc.,
Eisuke Masada, The University of Tokyo, Japan
A new topology for paralleling three phase half wave
rectifiers with a high power factor and sinusoidal input
currents (St. 44) 2.238
Ferno V. Pires, EST, J. F. Silva, IST, Portugal
Soft-Switched PWM High-Frequency Load-Resonant
Inverter with Power Factor Correction for Induction-
Heating Cooking Appliance (St. 45) 2.244
S. P. Wang, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, K. Izaki,
H. Omori, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., Japan
A Unity Power Factor PWM Voltage Rectifier Under
Non-sinusoidal And Unbalanced Conditions (St. 46) 2.250
P. Verdelho, G. D. Marques, Universidade Tcnica de
Lisboa - IST, Portugal

Session D3e: Modelling and simulation, user application experiences


Session Chairman:
H. Brsting, Grundfos, Denamrk
Modelling of power converter using paralleled intelligent
IGBT power modules (St. 47) 2.256
Patrick Hofer, Nico Karrer, Swiss Federal Institute of
Technology (ETHZ),|Switzerland
Levitation system for melting with class E inverter (St. 48) 2.262
B. Grzesik, W. Burlikowski, J. Junak, Z. Kaczmarczyk,
Silesian Technical University, Poland
900 kW two-quadrant switch mode power supply with
large bandwidth and extremely low ripple for synchrotron
particle acceleration consisting of IGBTs & passive filter
(St. 49) 2.268
L. van Lieshout, Colijn A.J.J., Holec Projects B.V. Hengelo,
The Netherlands
Electrical supply suitable for direct resistance fluid
heating installations (St. 50) 2.274
P. Mauras, D. Pratmarty, Electricit de France, N. Fintescu,
Fintronic, France
On the design of a high frequency high power four
quadrant power converter for superconducting magnets
(St. 51) 2.279
J. A. Carrasco, Universidad de Valencia, E. J. Dede, J. M.
Benavent, G.H. ELIN International S.A., Spain, F. Bordry,
A. Dupaquier, CERN, Switzerland, A. Ferreres, Universidad de
Valencia, Spain
Power Supply for Fast Field Cycling NMR Spectrometer
Using IGBTs Operating in the Active Zone (St. 52) 2.285
D.M. Sousa, Instituto Superior Tcnico, Portugal, E. Rommel,
Universitt Wrzberg, Germany, J. Santana, J. Fernando
Silva, P.J. Sebastia, A.C. Ribeiro, Instituto Superior Tcnico,
Portugal
A switching power amplifier for active magnetic
suspensions (St. 53) 2.291
S. Carabelli, A. Crivelli, F. Maddaleno, M. Muzzarelli,
R. Ippoliti, A. Iannantuoni, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Advanced digital control scheme of a paralleled bridge
type current tracking high power conversion amplifier
for magnetic resonance imaging (St. 54) 2.297
M. Nakaoka, S. Watanabe, P. Boyagoda, Yamaguchi
University, H. Takano, Hitachi Medical Corporation, Japan
Phase locking control of a resonant DC-AC converter
for induction heating ( St. 55) 2.303
J-M Hub, Damien Flieller, Equipe de Recherche en Gnie
Electrique, J-P Louis, LESIR, X.-T. Quan, Equipe de
Recherche en Gnie Electrique, France
Modelling of power electronics circuits associated
with non-linear magnetic devices (St. 56) 2.309
J.F. Charpentier, Yvan Lefevre, H. Piquet, LEEI, France
Development of an intelligent fluorescent lamp ball
ast based on neuron chip (St. 57) 2.315
J.M. Alonso, J. Ribas, A.J. Calleja, E. Lopez, M. Rico,
Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Sinusoidal voltage inverter controlled by direct
follow-up method (St. 58) 2.321
W. Koczara, A. Niedzialkowski, Warsaw Univ. of Techn., Poland

Session D4a: Modulation strategies


Session Chairman:
W. Schumacher, T.U. Braunschweig, Germany
Microcomputer based on-line control of a delta
modulated sine PWM inverter (St. 59) 2.326
M. Nazmul Anwar, Md. Bashir Uddin, M.A. Choudhury,
Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology,
Bangladesh, M.A. Rahman, Memorial University of Newfoundland,
Canada
Harmonic Evaluation of Two-Level Carrier-Based
PWM Methods (St. 60) 2.331
S. Fukuda, K. Suzuki, Hokkaido University - Faculty of
Engineering, Japan
Space vector modulation in ortogonal and natural frames
including the overmodulation range (St. 61) 2.337
Andrzej Haras, Technical University of Gdansk, Poland
Comparative investigation of random PWM techniques
with variable switching frequency and pulse position
for inverter-fed AC drives (St. 62) 2.343
Andrzej M. Trzynadlowski, University of Nevada, USA, Michael
M. Bech, Frede Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark
Synthesis of logic connection controllers for matrix
converters (St. 63) 2.350
H. Ralaivao, J.P. Cambronne, B. Francois, J.P. Hautier,
Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
A new strategy for sinusoidal waveform with
PWM techniques (St. 64) 2.356
V. Navrapescu, A. Craciunescu, D. O. Kisck, Politehnica
University Bucharest, Romania
Digital Scalar Pulse Width Modulation: A Simple
Approach to Introduce Non-Sinusoidal Modulating
Wave-Forms (St. 65) 2.360
C.B. Jacobina, A.M.N. Lima, E.R.C. da Silva, Universidade
Federal de Paraba, R.N.C. Alves, Universidade Federal
de Par, P.F. Seixas, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais,
Brazil
Improved Harmonic Spectrum and Reduced EMI in
Boost Converter by Using the Random Modulation (St. 66)2.366
Franc Mihalic, Bezjak Toncek, Miro Milanovic, University of
Maribor, Slovenia
Novel Space Vector Modulation Strategy for a
Four-Switch Three-Phase DC/AC Inverter (St. 67) 2.372
Darwin T.W Liang, University of Bradford, United Kingdom,
Jiang Li, Zhejiang University, P.R. China
Comparison of modulation strategies for B4-inverters
(St. 68) 2.378
Frede Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark, Dorin Neacsu,
Technical University of Iasi, Romania, John K. Pedersen, Aalborg
University, Kragh Henrik, Grundfos A/S, Denmark

Session D4b-1: Fuzzy control


Session Chairman:
Prof. J. P. Louis, LESIR, France
Fuzzy Logic Controlled DC Motor Drive in the
Presence of Load Disturbance (St. 69) 2.386
W.G. da Silva, Instituto Superior de Ensino e Pesquisa de
Ituiutaba, Brasil, P.P. Acarnley, University of Newcastle upon
Tyne, U. K.
A fuzzy pid controller optimized by genetic algorithms
used for a single phase power factor pre-regulator (St. 70)2.392
Yu Qin, Shanshan Du, Controlled Power Company, USA
Two level fuzzy control for switched reluctance motors -
hierarchical approach (St. 71) 2.397
A. Forrai, H. Hedesiu, Z. Biro, Technical University of Cluj,
Romania
Reduction of the flux control sensitivity to electrical
parameter uncertainties in induction machine field
oriented control by using fuzzy logic (St. 72) 2.403
B. Robyns, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Industrielles, France,
F. Labrique, H. Buyse, Universit Catholique de Louvain,
Belgium
Fuzzy Position Controller for DC Drives (St. 73) 2.409
Szilrd Varga, F. Farkas, S. Halsz, T. U. of Budapest,
Hungary
DSP Implementation of a Fuzzy Based Direct Flux
and Torque Controller (St. 74) 2.415
Ian Bird, H. Zelaya De La Parra, The University of Birmingham,
U. K.
A fuzzy-logic approach for easy and robust control
of an induction motor (St. 75) 2.421
Germana Poma, Antonio Cataliotti, University of Palermo, Italy
Optimised fuzzy algorithm to control adhesion
conditions during starting in AC drives for traction
applications (St. 76) 2.426
Luciano Puglisi, F. Brondolo, P. Ferrari, Universit degli Studi
di Genova, M. Marchesoni, Universit degli Studi di Cagliari,
Italy
Stable Model Reference Neurocontrol for Electric
Drive System (St. 77) 2.432
Kurt Fischle, Dierk Schrder, T. U. of Mnchen, Germany

Session D4b-2: Fuzzy control


Session Chairman:
Prof. P. Korondi, T. U. Budapest, Hungary
Control of a three-phase PWM front and rectifier
using fuzzy logic (ST. 78) 2.438
J. Rodriguez, J.S. Hernandez, M.B. Salgado, F.M. Liebe,
Universidad Tcnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile
Comparison between Fuzzy and Classical SpeedControl
within a Field Oriented Method for Induction Motors (St. 79) 2.444
L. Baghli, H. Razik, A. Rezzoug, GREEN, France
TMS320 DSP implementation fuzzy-neural controlled
induction motor drives (St. 80) 2.449
S. Beierke, Texas Instruments Deutschland GmbH, Germany,
P. Vas, A. F. Stronach, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Fuzzy Logic as Control Method for Power Electronics
Converters (St. 81) 2.454
Antonio P. Martins, Adriano S. Carvalho, University of Porto,
Portugal
Fuzzy inversion based on piece wise linearization
and rule base reduction (St. 82) 2.459
Peter Baranyi, Peter Korondi, Technical University of Budapest,
Hungary, Hideki Hashimoto, University of Tokyo, Japan
Speed and position control of Brushless DC machines
employing Neural Networks (St. 83) 2.465
Jos J. Reimndez, Maria I. Gimnez de Guzmn, Victor M.
Guzmn, Jos A. Restrepo, Ricardo Moncada, Universidad Simn
Bolvara, Venezuela
A closed-form approach to the design of fuzzy-pi c
ontroller (St. 84) 2.471
Antonella Scaglia, Ansaldo Industria, Antonello Monti,
Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy
Application of Novel Fuzzy Controllers for a Position
Servo System with an Induction Machine (St. 85) 2.477
Zhinhong Wu, Dietrich Naunin, Technische Universitt Berlin,
Germany

Session D5f: Converter machine interactions


Session Chairman:
Prof. Ch. Sadarangari, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

D5f-1 Acoustic Noise


The Contribution to Noise in an Induction Machine Fed
from a Pulse Width Modulated Inverter (St. 86) 2.483
Lars Lftman, University College of Mlardalen, Sweden
Acoustic noise radiated by nominally identical induction
machines fed from sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal power
supplies (St. 87) 2.489
Z.Q. Zhu, L. Xu, D. Howe, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Vibration in the Switched Reluctance Motor. Influence
of the Feeding Mode (ST. 88) 2.495
M. Gabsi, F. Camus, B. Humeau, M. Besbes, Lesir, France

D5f-2 Harmonics
Asymmetrical operation of a voltage-inverter-fed
induction machine (St. 89) 2.500
S.G. Bosga, J.J.A. v.d. Burgt, A.J.A. Vandenput, Eindhoven
University of Technology, The Netherlands
A Torque-Ripple in Inverter-Fed Multimotor Drive (St. 90)2.506
Zbigniew Nowacki, Technical University of Lodz, Poland
Harmonic coupling effects between a PWM inverter
and an AC machine (St. 91) 2.509
Alain Groud, Laurent Gerbaud, J-P Rognon, Laboratoire
dElectrotechnique de Grenoble, James Roudet, France
The additional phenomena which appear in induction
motors fed from PWM inverters (St. 92) 2.515
Zdzislaw Krzemien, Electrotechnical Institute, Poland

D5f-3 Thermal Models


The dynamic thermal loading of an induction machine (St.93) 2.520
Mats Alakla, Lund Institute of Technology, Lars Gertmar,
ABB Corporate Research,
Patrice Lesage, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden

Session D5n: Design diagnosis


Session Chairman:
Prof. B. de Fornel, ENSEIIHT, France
Asymmetrical supply during fault situations in an
induction machine drive system (St. 94) 2.526
S.G. Bosga, A.J.A. Vandenput, Eindhoven University of
Technology, The Netherlands
Rotor fault detection of inverter fed induction machines
including experimental results (St. 95) 2.532
Rudolf Wieser, Christian Kral, Franz Pirker, Matthias Schagginger,
University of Technology Vienna, Austria
A new reason for bearing current damages in variable
speed AC drives (St. 96) 2.539
Jaakko Ollila, Tuomo Hammar, Tampere University of
Technology, Jarkko Iisakkala, ABB Motors,
Heikki Tuusa, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Design and implementation of a single-board motor
supply controller (St. 97) 2.543
E.K.H. van der Pols, J.A.J.M. Geerligs, Holec Machines en
Apparaten B.V., The Netherlands
Spectral powers and volt-amperes discussed and
applied on measurements in ASDs (St. 98) 2.549
Lars Gertmar, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden
Windows application for optimized designing of
single-phase asynchronous motors (St. 99) 2.555
Gheorghe Scutaru, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania
Optimized design of variable-speed drives based on
numerical simulation (St. 100) 2.561
J.-J. Simond, Tu Xuan, B. Kawkabani, Swiss Federal Institute
of Technology, A. Sapin, ABB Industry, D. Schafer, B. Willy,
ABB Power Generation, Switzerland

Session D5o: Modelling and simulation


Session Chairman:
Dr. Y. Perriard, EPFL, Switzerland
Automatic building of changeable topological model
of static converter for the electrical drive simulation(St. 101) 2.572
Laurent Gerbaud, Nicolas Retiere, Alain Bolopion,
Laboratoire dElectrotechnique de Grenoble, France
High Frequency Lumped Parameter Model for AC
Motor Windings (St. 102) 2.578
Domenico Casadei, Gabriele Grandi, Universit degli Studi
di Bologna, Antonio Massarini, Universit di Modena, Italy
Mathematical model of inverter-fed induction motor
drive for electrical vehicle (St. 103) 2.584
Tadeusz Stefanski, Kielce University of Technology, Poland
Analysis of transient behavior of a synchronous
generator for Pulsed Power Supply based on the
finite element method (St. 104) 2.590
R. De Weerdt, E. Tuinman, Holec Machines & Apparaten bv.,
The Netherlands
Nonlinear models of electrical machines for motion
control system simulations (St. 105) 2.595
M. Ronkowski, R. Szczesny, J. Nieznanski, Technical
University of Gdansk, Poland
A simple analytical model for the calculation of
harmonics due to slotting in the flux density waveform
of an electrical machine (St. 106) 2.601
G. Houdouin, G. Barakat, T. Derrey, E. Destobbeleer,
Universit du Havre, France
Transient Model of a Squirrel Cage Induction Machine
including the Skin Effect using Rotor-Fixed Reference
Frame (St. 107) 2.606
Mihly Nmeth-Cska, D-Tech GmbH, Germany
Simulation model of the induction motor with non-linear
rotor (St. 108) 2.611
E.A. Lomonova, A.A. Tulupnikov, Moscow State Aviation
Institute, S.I. Volsky, Experimental Design Bureau, Russia,
J.B. Klaassens, Delft Technical University, The Netherlands

Session D8g: Renewable energy


Session Chairman:
T. Toftevaag, EFI, Norway
Global control for two PV applications: pumping and
connecting to the grid systems (St. 109) 2.616
J.A. Dominguez, S. Lorenzo, S. de Pablo, S. Caceres,
Escuela Superior de Ingenieros Industriales, Spain
Hybrid Photovoltaic Power System Using a Parametric
Induction Generator (St. 110) 2.619
Yoshinori Sakamoto, Mitsuo Natsusaka, Koichi Murakami,
Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan
Power conditioning of low voltage generators with
transformerless gridconnected inverter topologies (St. 111) 2.625
Johanna Myrzik, Universitt Gesamthochschule Kassel,
Germany
Study of a variable reluctance generator for wind power
conversion (St. 112) 2.631
I. Haouara, A. Tounzi, F. Piriou, L2EP, France
Wind-Powered Pumping System Using Induction
Machines with PWM Excitation (St. 113) 2.637
Selnio R. Silva, Marcos S. Miranda, Renato O.C Lyra,
CPDEE/EEUFMG, Brazil
A Test-Rig to evaluate a Wind Turbine Generation
Control System based on DSP (St. 114) 2.642
F. Barrero, J.L. Mora, M. Perales, A. Marchante, E. Galvn,
J. M. Carrasco, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Modelling and simulation of an autonomous wind/
diesel system equipped with forced commutated converter 2.646
Magni P. Plsson, Norwegian University of Science &
Technology, Kjetil Uhlen, Trond Toftevaag, Norwegian
Electric Power Research Institute, Norway (St. 115)
Modelling and Experimental Investigation of Energy
Conversion Systems Employing Wind-Driven Induction
Generators with Electronically Controlled Self-Excitation2.652
Antonio Di Gerlando, F. Castelli Dezza, R. Perini,
Politecnico di Milano, Italy (St. 116)
Power electronic interface for unconventional small
size stand alone wind energy conversion system (St. 117)2.659
G. Lo Bianco, F. Caricchi, F. Crescimbini, O. Honorati,
University of Rome La Sapienza, L. Solero, III University
of Rome, Italy

Session D8i: Generator, excitation systems


Session Chairman:
Asle Skjellnes, Siemens, Norway
A boost-buck chopper type static excitation system for
synchronous generator (St. 118) 2.664
Hong-Woo Rhew, Chang-Ki Jeong, Korea Electric Power
Research Institute, Republic of Korea
Semi-Conductor Stress Evaluation in Generator
Brushless Exciters Under Abnormal Operating Conditions2.670
T. Zouaghi, Ecole Nationale dIngnieurs de Tunis, Tunisia,
M. Poloudajoff, Universit P&M Curie Paris, Y. Peucreach,
Electricit de France, France (St. 119)
Experience with Static Excitation Systems based on
DC-Drives technology (St. 120) 2.676
J. Taborda, ABB Industrie AG, J. Frous, Ivelt - elektro s.r.o.,
Switzerland
Simulation of the Generator and the Power Supply
System for the TJII Spanish Stellarator (St. 121) 2.680
I. J. Iglesias, CEDEX, J. Acero, C. Lucia, J.M. del Rio,
JEMA S.A., L. Garca-Tabars, CEDEX, Spain
Development of static excitation system using adaptive
control method (St. 122) 2.686
Yoon-Ho Kim, Chung-Ang University, Chan-Ki Kim,
Ick-Hyun Lim, Hong-Woo Rhew, Korea Electric Power
Research Institute, Korea

Session D8h: Adjustable Speed Generators


Session Chairman:
A. Elstrm, ABB Kraft, Norway
Steady-state power flow and efficiency optimizing
analysis of a variable speed constant frequency generating
system (St. 123) 2.691
Per Arne Edvardsen, ABB Kraft, Tom F. Nestli, ABB Corporate
Research, Roy Nilsen, Norwegian University of Science &
Technology, Norway
Control characteristics of an adjustable speed generation
system with a flywheel excited by a DC link converter
(St. 124) 2.695
Tohru Nishio, Minoguti Kiyoshi, Uno Seinosuke, The Kansai
Electric Power Company Inc., Hombu Mitsuyuki, Futami Motoo,
Mikisuke Higuchi, Hitachi Ltd, Japan
Application of Vector Control to the Cascaded Induction
Machine for Wind Power Generation Schemes (St. 125)2.701
B. Hopfensperger, D J Atkinson, University of Newcastle upon
Tyne, L A Lakin, NADA Consulting Group, United Kingdom
Stability Analysis of Doubly-Fed Induction Machines in
Stator-Flux Reference Frame (St. 126) 2.707
M. Heller, W. Schumacher, T. U. Braunschweig, Germany
Vector control of an autonomous induction generator
connected to a PWM rectifier (St. 127) 2.711
C. Colliez, A. Tounzi, F. Piriou, L2EP, France
Rotor Circuit GTO Converter for Slip ring Induction
Machine (St. 128) 2.717
Helmut Weiss, University of Leoben, Austria
Design and Control of a Wind Power Station with
Double fed Induction Generator (St. 129) 2.723
W. Hofmann, A. Thieme, TU Chemnitz, A. Stoev, Technocon
Engineering & Consulting AG, Germany, A. Dittrich, ETH Zrich,
Austria
Experimental Comparison of pq and Extension pq
Method for Active Power Filter (St. 130) 2.729
Y. Komatsu, T. Kawabata, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Network Feeder with Synchronous Generator for
Variable Speed Wind Turbines as a Laboratory Model2.735
U. Rdel, G. Berger, Technical University of Ilmenau, J. Petzoldt,
University of Rostock, Germany (St. 131)
1.5 MW wind power station with low ac-line distortion
using a standard doubly-fed generator system with field
orientation control (St. 132) 2.739
Bernhard Eggert, CEGELEC AAS, Germany

Session D9a: Energy system management, user applications experiences, modelling


and simulation
Session Chairman:
K. Bouwknegt, Holec, The Netherlands
Investigation of the Interference of Controlled Electrical
Drives with the Power System by Simulator Coupling
(St. 133) 2.743
Volkmar Mller, D. Haenelt, TU Dresden, T. Rseler,
Siemens AG, Germany
Modeling and Simulation of Induction Motor Drive
under Inverter Fault Operations (St. 134) 2.749
Nicolas Retiere, L. Gerbaud, D. Roye, Laboratoire
dElectrotechnique de Grenoble, P.J. Chrzan,
Technical University of Gdansk, P. Mannevy, SNCF, France
Fundamental Component Measurement in Power
Supplies with high Harmonic Content (St. 135) 2.755
W. Deleroi, J. Woudstra, Technical University of Delft,
The Netherlands
High-performance software environment for power
electronic simulations (St. 136) 2.761
J. Nieznanski, R. Szczesny, K. Iwan, M. Ronkowski,
Technical University of Gdansk, Poland
A methodology using constrained optimisation
techniques for the design of static converters (St. 137)2.767
Stphane Bergeon, Laurent Gerbaud, Frdric Wurtz,
James Roudet, Laboratoire dElectrotechnique de Grenoble,
France
Microcomputer voltage control for diesel electrical
aggregate (St. 138) 2.773
Gorislav Erceg, Romina Erceg, Marinko Miletic, Univ. of Zagreb,
Croatia
A New Concept for the Configuration of Drive Systems
and Power Electronics Applications in Industrial
Environments (St. 139) 2.778
Ansgar Kern, Kee Hwan Kim, Ingenieurbro Dr. Kern &
Associates, Germany
Mains Fail Selection for Utility Connected Inverters (St. 140) 2.784
J. Bttner, U. Kirchner, G. Berger, Technical University
of Ilmenau, J. Petzoldt, University of Rostock, Germany
Influence of Current Transition Functions on the
Diminution of Radiated and Conducted Emissions in
Power Electronic Circuits (St. 141) 2.788
F. Reby, M. Amberg, R. Bausiere, E. C. de Lille - L2EP, France
A functional description for static converter structures
design (St. 142) 2.794
Christophe Lechevalier, Laurent Gerbaud, Jean Bigeon,
Laboratoire deElectrotechnique de Grenoble, France

Session D9b: EMC


Session Chairman:
Mari Haugen Jensen, Unitech, Norway
Comparative emissions measurements for full-bridge
switching strategies (St. 143) 2.800
Richard M. Duke, Bal Ram, University of Canterbury,
New Zealand
Fast Prediction of Differential Mode Noise Input Filter
Requirements for Flyback and Boost Unity Power Factor
Converters (St. 144) 2.806
Michael AE Andersen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Influence of system parameters on EMC behaviour of
IGBT inverters (St. 145) 2.810
F. Palis, R. Mecke, H. Mecke, Thomas Rummel,
Otto-von-Guericke Universitt Magdeburg, Germany
Electromagnetic interference propagation - a wide
frequency range equivalent circuit for the two winding
transformer (ST. 146) 2.815
Luszcz Jaroslaw, Krzysztof Fagiewicz, Technical University
of Gdansk, Poland
Techniques Used to Suppress Electromagnetic
Interference in a VVVF Inverter (St. 147) 2.820
John Triplett, Parsons Brinckerhoff, N. Masoud,
M. Abdallah, National Authority for Tunnels,
T. Emoto, Toshiba Corporation, Egypt
Increased Pollution in the Protective Earth (St. 148) 2.823
ke Larsson, Chalmers University of Technology,
Martin Lundmark, Janolov Hagelberg, Lule University,
Sweden
Influence of electric parameters on radiated
perturbations from static converters by Moments method
(St. 149) 2.829
G. Rojat, J. Ben Hadj Slama, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
Design of resonant Flyback converter under EMC
constraint (St. 150) 2.834
J. Schutz, A. Schellmanns, J. Roudet, L. E. G., France
Analysis of EMI sources inside power electronic
converters (St. 151) 2.840
A. Di Napoli, University of Rome III, F. Giulii Capponi,
Univeristy of Rome La Sapienza, L. Solero,
University of Rome III, Italy
EMC behaviour and modelization of high frequency
converter for induction heating (St. 152) 2.845
S.D. Bocus, S. El Baroudi, F. Bernot, Alain Berthon,
Institut de Gnie Energtique, France
Influence of passive components stray behaviours on
SMPS conducted EMI (St. 153) 2.851
C. Gautier, E. Labour, F. Costa, LESiR - ENS Cachan,
P. Petit, C. Labarre, Ecole des Mines de Douai, France
Influence of the I.G.B.T. switching processes on the
electromagnetic compatibility of power inverters (St. 154) 2.857
R. J. Pasterczyk, AGDE, France
Some simple approximations of interference spectra2.864
A. Nagel, R.W. De Doncker, RWTH Aachen University of
Technology, Germany (St. 155)

Session D9c: Power conditioning, power factor correction


Session Chairman:
Frode Jenset, Siemens, Norway
Optimum diode-switched active filters for power factor
correction of single- and three-phase diode rectifiers with
capacitive smoothing (St. 156) 2.870
Vello Sarv, Tiiu Sakkos, Jri Soojrv, Estonian Energy
Research Institute, Estonia
A Single-Phase Rectifier with Reduced Current Ripple
and Power Factor Correction (St. 157) 2.876
J.-M. Meyer, A. Rufer, Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale
de Lausanne, Switzerland
A Three-Phase PWM Rectifier without Voltage Sensors
(St. 158) 2.881
Osamu Miyashita, Toshiya Ohnuki, Tokyo Denki University,
Japan, Ph. Lataire, Gaston Maggetto, Vrije Universiteit Brussel,
Belgium
Capacitor current and voltage ripple reduction in AC/DC
converters with power factor correction (St. 159) 2.887
L. Latkovskis, J. Stabulnieks, Latvian Academy of Sciences,
Latvia
Current-Fed Three-Phase Converter and Voltage-Fed
Three-Phase Converter using Optimum PWM Pattern
and Their Performance Evaluation (St. 160) 2.893
Y. Konishi, Fuji Electric Co. Ltd., E. Hiraki, Y. Matsumoto,
Y.L. Feng, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi National University, Japan
Analytical approach of switching behaviour and modeling
of single phase parallel structure of Boost type Power
Factor Corrector (St. 161) 2.901
B. Dakyo, J. C. Le Bunetel, L. Protin, Universit du Havre,
W. Koczara, Institute of Control & Industriel Electronics, France
Application of micromachined technology to effective
power factor correction (St. 162) 2.906
W. Wojciak, T. Pozniak, A. Napieralski, T. U. of Lodz, Poland

Session D9d: Power conditioning, power factor correction


Session Chairman:
Prof. M. Crappe, Facult Polytechnique de Mons, Belgium
Alternative approaches to improve power factor (St. 163)2.911
Luc Wuidart, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, France
Power Factor Corrector with a Multiplier Control Stage
Based on Delta-Sigma Technique (St. 164) 2.918
Enrico Dallago, Gabriele Sassone, Marco Storti, University of
Pavia, Italy
A single-stage isolated unity power factor correction
scheme with single output voltage control loop automatic
current shaping and fast output voltage regulation (St. 165) 2.923
H. Jorquera, D. Sadarnac, SUPELEC, France
Analysis and Influence of Modulation Scheme on the
Sizing of the Input Filter in a PWM Rectifier System (St. 166) 2.929
F.R. Walsh, P. J. Roche, M. G. Egan, J. M. D. Murphy,
University College Cork, J.F. Moynihan, Analog Devices,Ireland
A three phase PWM boost rectifier with high power factor
operation and an acceptable current THD using only three
switches (St. 167) 2.934
L.C. de Freitas, C.H. Treviso, J. B. Vieira Jnior,
V. J. Farias, Universidade Federal de Uberlndia,
Brasil
Improvement methods of conversion quality in
three-phase AC line power controllers - circuit topology
and basic properties (St. 168) 2.940
Ryszard Strzelecki, Zbigniew Fedyczak, Grzegorz Kobylecki,
Radoslaw Kasperek, Zielona Gra University of Technology,
Poland
Using two-input buck post-regulator to obtain high
quality flyback power factor corrector (St. 169) 2.946
M.M. Hernando, P. Villegas, J. Sebastian, F. Nuno,
Universidad de Oviedo, Spain

Session D9e: Reliability


Session Chairman:
Jrgen Andersen, NSB, Norway
Parameter correlation of partial discharge pulse trains
with the electrical stress (St. 170) 2.952
Constantin Cruceru, University Valachia-Targoviste,
Toader Munteanu, Dunarea de Jos University, Romania
Harmonic Component Resonance in Power Systems in
Combination with Power-Factor Control (St. 171) 2.956
W. Deleroi, J. Woudstra, Technical University Delft,
The Netherlands
Experience of Maintenance and Designing Systems of
Electric Drives for Large Power Belt Conveyors in
conditions of Open Mining (ST. 172) 2.961
V.M. Mamalyga, Kiev Polytechnical Institute, Ukraine
Monitoring of Digitally Controlled Generator Excitation
System (St. 173) 2.967
S. Togno, G. Ottaviani, ABB Industria, Italy
Safety electrical appliance recognition using an artificial
intelligence system (St. 174) 2.973
J.-M. Kasbarian, S. Tian, C. Clausse, P. Hanchin,
Schneider Electric, D. Lafore, Ecole Suprieure dIngnieurs
de Marseille, France

Session D9f: Diagnostics


Session Chairman:
J. Coureault, Cegelec, France
Use of the output voltage of a switchmode power
supply to predict failure of filtering electrolytic capacitors
(St. 175) 2.978
P. Venet, A. Lahyani, P.J. Viverge, G. Grellet,
Universit Claude Bernard de Lyon, France
Integrated condition monitoring and diagnosis of
electrical machines using minimum configuration
artificial intelligence (St. 176) 2.983
C. Tassoni, Universit degli studi di Parma, Italy,
P. Vas, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom,
F. Filippetti, University of Bologna,
G. Franceschini, Universit degli studi di Parma, Italy
Deterministic approach and neural network approach
for stator short circuits diagnosys in induction machines
(St. 177) 2.989
Santol Meo, Univerist di Napoli Federico II,
F. Filippetti, Universit di Bologna,| G. Franceschini,
C. Tassoni, Universit di Parma,
G. Gentile, Universit di Napoli, A. Ometto,
Universit dellAquila, Italy
Fault detection and diagnosis in the electric drives (St. 178) 2.995
R. Szczesny, Technical University of Gdansk, Poland,
H. Piquet, LEEI, P. Kurzynski, Technical University of Gdansk,
Poland
Modelling and Simulation of Semiconductor Systems for
Diagnostic Purposes (St. 179) 2.1001
Zygfryd Glowacz, AGH - University of Mining & Metallurgy,
Poland
Tuesday 9 September 1997

Session D1c: Monolithic integration


Session Chairmen:
J. L. Sanchez, LAAS, France
A. Jaeklin, ABB, Switzerland
New challenges toward smart power (St. 1) 3.001
M. I. Castro Simas, Instituto Superior Tcnico,
P. Santos, A.P. Casimiro, Instituto de Telecomunicacoes,
M. Lana, Insituto Superior Tcnico, Portugal
Use of rapid thermal processing for isolation and
interconnect technologies applied to smart power (St. 2)3.009
J-M Dilhac, L. Cornibert, G. Charitat, LAAS-CNRS,
M. Bafleur, Motorola Inc, N. Nolhier, D. Zerrouk, LAAS-CNRS,
France
Design of Power LDMOS Transistors Integrated in
SmartMOS TM Circuits (St. 3) 3.015
P. Rossel, D. Moncoqut, LAAS-CNRS,
D. Farenc, Motorola Semiconducteurs S.A.,
H. Tranduc, G. Charitat, LAAS-CNRS, I. Pags,
Motorola Semiconducteurs S.A., France
The Design of a Smart Power Switch for High-Frequency
Converters (St. 4) 3.021
D.R.H. Carter, R. A. McMahon, Cambridge University,
United Kingdom
Latch-up Suppressed LIGBT with an N-type Ring (St. 5)3.027
Sung-Lyong Kim, Sang-Koo Chung, Jungyol Jo,
Ajou University, Korea
Integration of polysilicon diodes in a smart power process
(St. 6) 3.031
I. Claverie, J. Mille, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics,
O. Bonnaud, Groupe Microlectronique et Visualisation,
J. Oualid, LMCS - ENS de Physique Marseille,
R. Jerisian, Laboratoire Micro-lectronique de Puissance, France
Transient Behaviour of isolation architectures in
smart power integrated circuits (St. 7) 3.036
Evgueni Stefanov, Georges Charitat, Nicolas Nolhier,
Pierre Rossel, LAAS, France
Analytical model for the optimization of the turn-off
performance of a self-firing MOS-Thyristor device (St. 8)3.042
M. Breil, J.-L. Sanchez, Laboratoire dAnalyse et dArchitecture
des Syst. du CNRS, France
Monolithic integration of MOS-gated optically triggered
thyristor and over-temperature protection circuit (St. 9)3.049
O. Guillemet, R. Berriane, J. Jalade, J.L. J.P. Laur,
Laboratoire dAnalyse et dArchitecture des Syst. du CNRS,
France
Low cost integration for monolithic smart IGBT (St. 10)3.054
R. Letor, L. Fragapane, G. Percolla, M. Saggio,
F. Saya, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Italy
Monolithic Converter with High Efficiency from 3.5 A
down to 1mA (St. 11) 3.060
M.R. Borghi, A. Magazz, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics,
Italy
A Novel Lateral SOI BMFET with Trench Diffused Gate
(St. 12) 3.065
Kim Doo-Young, Byon Dae-Seok, Han Min-koo,
Seoul National University, Choi Yearn-Ik, Ajou University, Korea
Trench-Gate SOI LIGBT with Hole Collector (St. 13) 3.070
W.O. Lee, Korea Electronics Co. Ltd., B.H. Lee,
Seoul National University, J.C. Shin, J.E. Park,
Y.S. Han, Korea Electronics Co. Ltd., M.K. Han,
Seoul National University, Y.I. Choi, Ajou University, Korea
Microcontroller powers small motors: single-chip
smart power IC controls a servo-valve (St. 14) 3.076
Virginia Natale, Michele Palazzi, Giulio Ricotti,
Domenico Rossi, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Italy,
Jean J. Bardyn, Philippe Chabbert, Crouzet automatismes,
France
The integrable G.T.O. provides functional integration
(St. 15) 3.080
Dominique Bergogne, L.M.P. Universit de Tours,
Robert Pezzani, Batrice Renon, Laurent Moindron,
SGS-Thomson Microelectronics DSG, France
A Monolithic Full-Integrated Device For Off-line Switching
Power Supply (St. 16) 3.083
R. Quaglino, G. Gattavari, SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Italy

Session D1d: Hybrid Integration


Session Chairman:
Ulrik Jger, Danfoss, Denmark
Electrothermal behaviour of an IGBT chip directly
brazed on a micro two phases heat exchanger (St. 17)3.088
L. Meysenc, S. Ral, C. Schaeffer, Laboratoire
dElectrotechnique de Grenoble, France
A Novel Low-Cost and High-Reliability IGBT Module
for General Use (St. 18) 3.092
A. Tamba, T. Terasaki, T. Shigemura, M. Sasaki, S. Sekine,
Y. Sonobe, Hitachi Ltd, Japan
A universal smart control-IC for high-power IGBT-
applications (St. 19) 3.098
R. Herzer, Semikron Elektronik GmbH, Ch. Bokeloh,
J. Lehmann, Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany
Some experiences concerning of a starting and service
of high power IGBT converters (St. 20) 3.103
Stefan Januszewski, Henryk Swiatek, Krzysztof Zymmer,
Electrotechnical Institute, Poland
Intelligent Integrated Power for Low Power Applications
(St. 21) 3.109
Katja Stengert, Christian Gbl, Semikron International, Germany
Dielectric ceramic technology for high power integrated
hybrid converters (St. 22) 3.113
J. D. van Wyk, C. K. Campbell, M. F. K. Holm,
Rand Afrikaans University, South Africa
Reliability of high power IGBT modules Testing on
thermal fatigue effects due to traction cycles (St. 23)3.118
A. Hamidi, G. Coquery, R. Lallemand, INRETS LTN, France
Hybrid power Module, a good and versatile power
management (St. 24) 3.124
Philippe Perruchoud, Pierre Alosi, Motorola Semiconductors,
France
Technology for Planar Integrated Output Filters for Hybrids
(St. 25) 3.129
J.D. van Wyk, S.J. Marais, J.A. Ferreira, R. A. U., South Africa
Switching performance of a SMPS Implemented in IMS
Technology (St. 26) 3.134
W. Teulings, J.L.Schanen, J. Roudet, LEG, France
Session D4c: Converter control application to single phase systems
Session Chairman:
Lars Bhler, Unitech, Norway
Genetic-Algorithm Controlled Converters for Photovoltaic
Generator Systems (St. 27) 3.139
T. Ohnuki, O. Miyashita, K. Ohniwa,
T. Fujimaki, Tokyo Denki Univ., Japan
An original control of a buck converter with a real
time card (St. 28) 3.144
C. Batard, F. Levagueresse, C. Bergmann, IUT de Nantes,
France
A new current feedback method in PWM converters
by using a toroidal transformer (St. 29) 3.150
M. Sanz, A. Llombart, J. Sallan, A.A. Bayod,
Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
An approximate dead-beat control strategy for the design
of function regulators in DC-DC converters (St. 30) 3.155
Falah Al-hosini, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden
The Analytical Description of Impedance Conversion in
the Static Converter by means of Distribution Theory (St. 31) 3.161
G. Skarpetowski, ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation,
Switzerland
Voltage Injection Control for Power Supplies in Radar
Applications (St. 32) 3.167
D. E. Macpherson, C. Bunlaksananusorn,
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom,
F. Fisher, GEC Marconi
A High-performance digital phase-shift controller for
the zero-voltage-switched fullbridge converter (St. 33)3.173
Ivan K Ellis, Andrew J Forsyth, University of Birmingham, U.K.,
Zhengyu Lu, Zhejiang University, China
A Novel Control Strategy For IGBT-Four-Quadrant
Converters (St. 34) 3.179
Dieter Maischak, Siemens Transportation Systems, Germany
Describing function-based analysis of a class of PWM
feedback control systems (St. 35) 3.184
Ciro Picardi, A. Eisinberg, P. Muraca, G. Palmieri,
Universita della Calabria, Italy

Session D4d: Converter control applications to three phase systems


Session Chairman:
J. Pedersen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Three-Phase Power Reversible Converter With Simple
Control Algorithm (St. 36) 3.189
Bor-Ren Lin, Deng-Ping Wu, National Yunlin Institute of
Technology, Tian-Fure Shiue, Industrial Technology
Research Institute, Taiwan R.O.C.
Analysis of direct self control in voltage-type PWM rectifier 3.195
V. Valouch, J. Skramlik, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic (St. 37)
Optimization of the AC/DC/AC converter current control
loop (St. 38) 3.200
Andrzej Sikorski, Bialystok Technical University, Poland
A New Method of Controlling a q-pulse Thyristor Converter
Using a Single Synchronization Voltage (St. 39) 3.206
Stanislaw Kapka, Lublin Technical University, Poland
New control strategies for high power current-source PWM
rectifiers using instantaneous spatial vector technique3.212
J. Sakly, S. Toumia, S. Hassine, N. Bouguila, E.N.I.M.,
Tunisie, C. Rombaut, J.P. Cambronne, Ecole Centrale de Lille,
France (St. 40)
Inclusion of Dead-Time and Parameter Variations in VSC
Modelling for Predicting Responses of Grid Voltage
Harmonics (St. 41) 3.216
Jan Svenssson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Direct Voltage Control of a PWM AC/DC Voltage Converter
(St. 42) 3.222
G. D. Marques, J. Fernando Silve, Instituto Superior Tcnico,
Portugal
Identification and Compensation of the Dead Time
Behaviour of an Inverter (St. 43) 3.228
Th. Baumann, D-Tech GmbH, Germany

Session D4e: Converter control, PFC/ line harmonics


Session Chairman:
A. Steinbakk, AS Eltek
To design an optimized pid controller for a single phase
power factor pre-regulator for an on-line UPS - Genetic
algorithm approach (St. 44) 3.233
Yu Qin, Shanshan Du, Controlled Power Company, USA
Low-Level Implementation of Harmonic Elimination
Methods Based on Structural Properties (St. 45) 3.238
D. Casini, G. Carrara, P. Bolognesi, L. Taponecco,
Universit di Pisa, Italy
Multi chopper full wave control interlacing technique
minimising flicker effect (St. 46) 3.244
N. Volochina, A. Piel, E. Destobbeleer, L. Protin,
Univ. du Havre, France
Minimizing the Line Interference of High-Power
Low-Frequency Converters (St. 47) 3.250
Rik W. De Doncker, Oscar Apeldoorn, RWTH Aachen,
Germany, Trond Skullerud, Norwegian University
of Science and Technology, Norway
High-Performance Single-Phase Power Factor Correction
Converter Using New Pulse Integral Value-Related
Modulation Scheme and Its Practical Evaluation (St. 48)3.256
Yasuyuki Nishida, Eigi Hiraki, Junichi Yashitsugu,
Mutsuo Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, Japan

Session D4f: Converter control, Miscelleanous


Session Chairman:
Prof. J. Cobos, UPM-DEI, Madrid, Spain
Power electronic control system simulation with parallel
inference machine (PIM) (St. 49) 3.264
J. Baba, E. Masada, Mi. Tamura, The University of Tokyo,
Japan
Thermal Monitoring in Integrated Power Electronics -
New Concept (St. 50) 3.269
W. Wojciak, A. Napieralski, M. Zubert, M. Janicki,
T. U. of Lodz, Poland
The Use of Methods Studying Chaos to Analyze a Current
Mode PWM H-Bridge (St. 51) 3.272
D. Carton, B. Robert, M.C. Pera, C. Goeldel, LAM- UFR, France

Session D4g: Measurement techniques and systems


Session Chairman:
R. Davis, Power Electronics Measurements Ltd, United Kingdom
Combined insulated current and voltage measurement
system for use in high power converters (St. 52) 3.278
Dieter Eckardt, Siemens AG, Germany
Implementation of the Adaptive Analogue Filter in
Voltage Measurement of Induction Machine (St. 53) 3.284
Vanja Ambrozic, David Nedeljkovic, Nastran Janko,
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Circuits for Direct Current Measurement with Improved
Linearity and Accuracy (St. 54) 3.288
Predrag Pejovic, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia
A Novel System for Current and Voltage Sensing in
Traction Converters (St. 55) 3.294
M. Bakran, R. Marquardt, A. Mertens, S. Winternheimer,
Siemens AG, Germany
Design of current sensors using amorphous wires (St. 56)3.300
M.J. Prieto, F. Nuo, A. M. Perna, J. M. Lopera, J. Sebastin,
Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Measurement of a Torque of the Electrical Machines
According To Their Electrical Parameters (St. 57) 3.305
V.I. Smolin, Dmitry Topolsky, N.N. Gudaev,
Chelyabinsk State Technical University, Russia
Developments in rogowski current transducers (St. 58)3.308
W F Ray, R M Davis, Power Electronics Measurements Ltd.,
United Kingdom
Design criteria and performance Analysis of AC Side
Current Control System of Ac to Dc Converters (St. 59)3.313
A. Draou, University of Science and Technology of Oran,
Algeria

Session D4h: Adaptive robust sliding modes


Session Chairman:
P. Vadstrup, Grundfos, Denmark
Quasi-sliding mode approach to direct voltage
modulation for frequency-controlled VSI drives (St. 60)3.319
V. Oleschuk, Moldovian Academy of Sciences, Moldova
Designing multi-input sliding mode controllers for
quantum resonant converters using the lyapunov-
function approach (St. 61) 3.325
Miguel Castilla, L. Garcia de Vicua, Mariano Lopez,
Jos Matas, Universidad Politcnica de Catalua - UPC, Spain
Sliding mode controllers for multilevel inverters (St. 62)3.331
J. F. Silva, N. Caldeira, A. Machaieie,
Technical University of Lisboa, Portugal
A Robust State Feedback-Based Servo Control System
Using Measurable State Variables in Resonant Motor
Drives (St. 63) 3.337
Kenji Hara, Seiji Hashimoto, Hirohito Funato,
Kenzo Kamiyama,
Utsonomiya University, Japan
On the robustness of sliding mode controllers for twelve
pulse parallel rectifiers (St. 64) 3.343
S. Ferreira Pinto, J. Fernando Silva, Technical University
of Lisbon - IST, Portugal
Sliding Mode Control of a Current Type PWM Rectifier3.349
G. D. Marques, P. Verdelho, Instituto Superior Tcnico,
Portugal (St. 65)

Session D4i: Identification estimation and adaptive control


Session Chairman:
Prof. J. Kyyr, Helsinki Univ. of Tech., Finland
Fast estimation of unknown resonant frequencies
by means of the VeCon chip set (St. 66) 3.353
Ch. Hattrup, M. Omann, H. van der Broeck,
Philips Forschungslaboratorien Aachen, Germany
Structure- and Parameter Identification for a Two-Mass-
System With Backlash and Friction Using a Self-Organizing
Map (St. 67) 3.358
Frank Schtte, S. Beineke, H. Grotstollen, U. Witkowski,
U. Rckert, S. Rping, University of Paderborn, Germany
Comparison of Methods for State Estimation and On-line
Parameter Identification in Speed and Position Control
Loops (St. 68) 3.364
Stephan Beineke, F. Schtte, H. Grotstollen, Univ. of Paderborn,
Germany
A Practical Identification Scheme for Induction Motors
at Standstill using only a VS Inverter as the Actuator
(St. 69) 3.370
Jens Godbersen, Paul Thogersen, Michael Tonnes,
Danfoss A/S, Denmark
Full-Order Observers for Flux and Parameter Estimation
of Induction Motors (St. 70) 3.375
Lennart Harnefors, Hans-Peter Nee,
The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Real-Time Parameter Estimation and Adaptive Control
for an IPM Motor Drive (St. 71) 3.382
Razvan C. Pannaitescu, Transilvania University of Brasov,
Romania, Lars Norum, Norwegian University of Technology,
Norway

Session D5a: Permanent magnet motors


Session Chairman:
Prof. Hans Peter Nee, EKC-KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
Modelling and simulation of an axial field brushless
permanent magnet motor drive (St. 72) 3.387
Nesimi Ertugrul, Eric Chong, The University of Adelaide,
Australia
The Analytical and Experimental Study on Torque
Performance of Brushless DC Drives in High Speed
Operation (St. 73) 3.393
Latif Tezduyar, Kerem Erenay, Fehmi Sonmezoz,
Arcelik A.S., Turkey
Analytical calculation of winding losses of inverter-fed
PM synchronous motors with air-gap windings and
surface mounted magnets (St. 74) 3.399
Jrgen Engstrm, The Royal Institute of Technology,
Freddy Magnussen, ABB Corporate Research,
Hans-Peter Nee, The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Performance Maximisation of the D.C. Brushless Motor
Without the Aid of Direct Current Control (St. 75) 3.405
M. Allan, C. Zhou, Glasgow Caledonian University,
United Kingdom
Direct control of the current vector of a PMSM supplied
by an optimized HCC-VSI (St. 76) 3.411
A. Comsa, F. Meibody-Tabar, D. Arab-Khaburi, F.M. Sargos,
GREEN, France

Session D5b: Traction 1


Session Chairman:
G. Zetterberg, Adtranz, Sweden

D5b 1 Locomotives
A fuzzy wheel-rail adhesion model for rail traction (St. 77) 3.416
R. J. Hill, University of Bath, United Kingdom,
J-Fr. de la Vassire, ENSEM, France
Next Generation High Power Locomotive Converter of 12x3.422
K.-H. Ketteler, J. Scheibengraf, R. Reichelt, U. Meyer,
ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation, Switzerland (St. 78)
Digital real-time hardware-in-the-loop simulation for
rail-vehicles: a case study (St. 79) 3.428
Thomas Keller, Erich Scheiben, ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation,
Peter Terwiesch, ABB Corporate Research, Switzerland
Implementation of an Advanced Wheel Creep Control with
Searching Strategy on a Light Rail Vehicle (St. 80) 3.434
H. J. Schwartz, Ronald Kree,
ABB Daimler Benz Transportation, Germany

D5b 2 Interference
Interference Currents at 3 kV DC Traction Application (St. 81) 3.439
U. Ehrler, K.-H. Ketteler, ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation,
Switzerland
Analysis methods of line interferences on the example
of a DC-line traction drive (St. 82) 3.447
J.-T. Maa, R. Redmann, ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation
(Adtranz), Peter Terwiesch, ABB Corporate Research,
Frank Unger-Weber, ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation (Adtranz),
Germany
Interaction between the drive and the levitation system
of the Superconducting Magnetically Levitated System3.453
Shunsuke Ohashi, Kansai University, N. Tanahashi, H. Ohsaki,
E. Masada, The University of Tokyo, Japan (St. 83)
Control of line harmonics due to four-quadrant-converter
in AC tractive stock by means of filter and transformer3.459
Wolfgang Runge, ABB Daimler Benz Transportation, Germany (St. 84)

Session D5b: Traction 2


Session Chairman:
Prof. Stefan stlund, EKC-KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

D5b 3 Inverter/Converter
Compensation of low-frequency beat current in traction
inverter drives using the volt-second equalisation method3.465
Z. Salam, C.J. Goodman, University of Birmingham, U. K. (St. 85)
Stress Analysis of Traction Drives (St. 86) 3.471
M. W. Winterling, Holec Ridderkerk,
W. Deleroi, Delft University of Technology,
E. Tuinman, Holec Ridderkerk, The Netherlands
State Control of a Static Frequency Converter Feeding the
Decentral Railway Supply Network (St. 87) 3.477
H.-C. Doht, Siemens AG, Germany
A PC based low cost real time simulator for traction
application (St. 88) 3.483
Enrico De Paola, ABB Daimler Benz Transportation Italy, Italy
Compact inverters for supply to Railways (St. 89) 3.487
Helge E. Mordt, Hgskolen stfold/ Prediktor AS,
Jan O. Gjerde, ABB Corporate Research, Norway
MACS ICON - IGBT based Propulsion systems (St. 90)3.492
Anders Lindberg, Peter Oom, Adtranz Sweden, Sweden

D5b 4 Others
Application of a high-power IGBT-converter 2.2 MVA/690 V
for kneader-drive (St. 91) 3.498
Roland Jakob, Helmut Jebenstreit,
Cegelec AEG Anlagen und Antriebssysteme GmbH, Germany
Robust and Reliable Medium Voltage PWM Inverter with
Motor Friendly Output (St. 92) 3.502
Michael K. Buschmann, Juergen K Steinke,
ABB Industrie AG, Switzerland
Electric ship propulsion: a review of possible
configurations based on large electrical machines
and high power static converters (St. 93) 3.508
M. Fracchia, Universit di Parma, M. Marchesoni,
Universit di Cagliari, Italy, L. Pierrat, Electricit de France,
France

Session D5c: Linear drives


Session Chairman:
A. Wick, Siemens, Germany
Automatic Control of a Vehicle with Linear Induction
Motor (St. 94) 3.514
Luis Costa, Jorge Esteves, Pedro Verdelho, Universidade
Tcnica deLisboa, Carlos Cabrita, Universidade Da Beira Interior,
Portugal
Feasibility of Non-contacting Conveyance System for a
Steel Plate using Normal and Thrust Force of Linear
Induction Motors (St. 95) 3.520
H. Hayashiya, University of Tokyo, T. Katayama, Hitachi Ltd,
H. Ohsaki, E. Masada, University of Tokyo, Japan
Microcontroller optimal implementation of a Neural
Network position estimator for a variable reluctance linear
actuator (St. 96) 3.526
A. Serri, S. Cincotti, M. Marchesi, Universita di Cagliari, Italy
Experimental Device of Long Stator LSM with
Discontinuous Arrangement and Result (St. 97) 3.532
Kazue Seki, Masaya Watada, Susumu Torii,
Daiki Ebihara, Musashi Institute of Technology, Japan
Vectorial control of the linear asynchronous machines3.537
Giuseppe Gentile, S. Meo, Universit di Napoli Federico II,
N. Rotondale, A. Ometto, Universit dellAquila,
M. Scarano, Universit di Cassino, Italy (St. 98)
Control of special purpose linear drives (St. 99) 3.541
Juhan Laugis, Tnu Lehtla, Tallinn Technical University,
Estonia
Session D5d: Reluctance drives
Session Chairman:
Prof. G. Brandenburg, T.U. Mnchen, Germany
A generalised approach to Torque and Current
computation in Switched Reluctance motors (St. 100)3.547
Duco W.J. Pulle, Ian R. Petersen,
Australian Defence Force Academy, Australia
A New Single Phase Induction Motor Utilizing a Parametric
Oscillation (St. 101) 3.552
Yoshinori Sakamoto, Mitsuo Natsusaka,
Koichi Murakami, Hachinohe Institute of Technology, Japan
Switched Reluctance Motor with 16 stator poles and 12
rotor teeth (St. 102) 3.558
J. Wolff, H. Spth, Universitt Karlsruhe, Germany
Simulation and Control of Saturated Synchronous
Reluctance Machine (St. 103) 3.564
Miroslav Chomat, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic,
Malcolm D McCulloch, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
High Performance Switched Reluctance Motor and Power
Converter for Implementation in an Electric Vehicle (St. 104) 3.570
Bernd Hexamer, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Rotor Position Estimation of a Switched Reluctance
Generator (St. 105) 3.575
M. Stiebler, K. Liu, TU Berlin, Germany
A New Rotor Position Estimation Method for Switched
Reluctance Motors using PWM Voltage Control (St. 106)3.580
G. Gallegos-Lopez, P.C. Kjaer, T.J.E. Miller,
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Effect of changing the number of turns on the
performance of a switched reluctance motor (St. 107)3.586
J. Corda, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Calculation of Forces in a Hybrid Linear Stepping
Motor For Machine Tools (St. 108) 3.591
J. F. Gieras, Rongjie Wang, University of Cape Town,
South Africa
Two-phase SR motor modelling using a finite element
method coupled with the driver (St. 109) 3.596
M. Jufer, M. Crivii, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Switzerland
Overload Protection and Maximum Power Operating Point
Control of Switched Reluctance Motor Drives (St. 110)3.602
Reinhard Orthmann, Daimler-Benz AG,
Alexander Krautstrunk, Technische Hochschule Darmstadt,
Hans-Peter Schner, Daimler-Benz AG, Germany
A Novel Method for the Prediction of Losses in Switched
Reluctance Machines (St. 111) 3.608
J. Reinert, R. Inderka, R.W. De Doncker,
Aachen University of Technology, Germany
A New Control Angle Strategy for Switched Reluctance
Motor (St. 112) 3.613
H. Henao, G.A. Capolino, University of Picardie - Jules Verne,
M. Poloujadoff, University of Paris 6,
E. Bassiliy, University of Picardie - Jules Verne, France
Control Analysis of a Switched Reluctance Motor (St. 113)3.619
Milan Cundev, Lidija Petkovska,
University Sts. Cyril & Methodius of Skopje, Macedonia
Fast digital current control in switched reluctance drive
without current feedback filter (St. 114) 3.625
Frede Blaabjerg, Lars Christensen, Aalborg University,
Steffan Hansen, Jesper R. Kristoffersen, Danfoss Drives,
Peter O. Rasmussen, Denmark
Philipp Kjaer, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Parameters and volt-ampere ratings of a synchronous
reluctance motor drive for flux-weakening applications
taking into account iron saturation (St. 115) 3.631
N. Bianchi, S. Bolognani, University of Padova, Italy

Session D5e: Special applications


Session Chairman:
Prof.W. Sulkowski, Narvik Inst. of Tech. Norway
A nonlinear vibration damping controller for
two-mass-model drive systems (St. 116) 3.637
Rached Dhaouadi, Ecole Polytechnique de Tunisie, Tunisie,
Kenji Kubo, Hitachi Ltd, Japan
Experimental results of an electro-hydrostatic actuator
system using sliding-mode position controller (St. 117)3.643
Cludio Barroso, Escola Nutica Infante D. Henrique,
J. Antnio Dente, Instituto Superior Tcnico, Portugal
A Complete Resolver-Based Velocity and Position
Tracking System for High-Performances Drives (St. 118)3.649
Remus Teodorescu, Emil Rosu, Ion Bivol,
Cristian Vasilache, Dunarea de Jos University of Galati,
Dan Floricau, Politehnica University of Bucharest,, Romania
Testing of a single-sided induction motor on a new
rotating rig (St. 119) 3.653
Ennio Pappalardo, A. Picardi, Ansaldo Trasporti, Italy
New Control Method for Torus Motors (St. 120) 3.658
C. W. Lu, B. J. Chalmers, UMIST, Huang S., HUST,
A.C. Renfrew, UMIST, United Kingdom
Analysis of Thyristor Commutation of Series Converter-
Type Motor (St. 121) 3.663
Waclaw Orlewski, AGH - University of Mining and Metallurgy,
Poland

Session D5i: Applications of DTC


Session Chairman:
Prof. A. Rufer, EPFL, Switzerland
A Backstepping Approach to Continuous Time Direct
Torque Control (St. 122) 3.668
Duco W.J. Pulle, Ian R. Petersen,
Australian Defence Force Academy, Australia
Direct Mean Torque Control of an Induction Motor (St. 123) 3.672
Erich Flach, Rolf Hoffmann,
Darmstadt University of Technologies, Germany
Salient pole synchronous motor excitation control in
direct flux linkage control based drives (St. 124) 3.678
O. Pyrhnen, J. Kaukonen, J. Luukko, M. Niemela,
J. Pyrhnen, Lappeenranta University of Technology,
Pekka Tiitinen, Janne Vnnen, ABB Industry Oy, Finland
Permanent magnet synchronous motor drive based on
direct flux linkage control (St. 125) 3.683
J. Luukko, J. Kaukonen, M. Niemel, O. Pyrhnen,
J. Pyrhnen, Lappeenranta University of Technology,
Pekka Tiitinen, Janne Vnnen, ABB Industry Oy, Finland
Start up Strategies for a Direct Torque Controlled
Synchronous Machine (St. 126) 3.689
M. R. Zolghadri, D. Diallo, D. Roye, Laboratoire
dElectrotechnique de Grenoble, France
Direct Torque Control System for Sychronous Machine3.694
M. R. Zolghadri, D. Diallo, D. Roye, Laboratoire
dElectrotechniqe de Grenoble, France (St. 127)
Performance analysis of a DTC control scheme for
induction motor in the low speed range (St. 128) 3.700
D. Casadei, G. Serra, A. Tani, Universit degli Studi di
Bologna, Italy

Session D5j: Energy efficient drives


Session Chairman:
Prof. I. Nagy, Computer and Automation Institute, Hungary
Induction Motor Drives Energy Optimization in Steady
and Transient States: A New Approach (St. 129) 3.705
Juan M. Moreno-Eguilaz, Miguel Cipolla-Ficarra,
Juan Peracaula, Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain
Model Based Energy Optimiser for Vector Controlled
Induction Motor Drives (St. 130) 3.711
K. Skaug Rasmussen, Paul Thogersen, Danfoss A/S, Denmark
Analysis of Stability in Low-cost Energy Optimal
Controlled PWM-VSI Fed Induction Motor Drive (St. 131)3.717
Flemming Abrahamsen, Frede Blaabjerg,
John K. Pedersen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Comparison of two low-cost small induction
motor drive configurations (St. 132) 3.724
Benjamin Gordon, R A McMahon, Cambridge University, U. K.
Application of the induction motor toolboxes for the
design strategy of energy saving drivers for supplying
commuter trains (St. 133) 3.730
J. B. Klaassens, J. F. Dekkers, Delft Technical University,
The Netherlands, E. A. Lomonova, S.R. Miziurin,
S. I. Volsky, Moscow State Aviation Institute, Russia

Session D5k: Control of ac machines - Industrial applications


Session Chairman:
Tom Nestli, ABB Corporate Research, Norway
A Motor Driving Controller Suitable for Elevators (St. 134)3.736
Mutoh Nobuyoshi, Ohnuma Naoto, Omiya Akihiro,
Hokari Sadao, Elevator Development Center Hitachi Ltd.,
Konya Masahiro, Hitachi Building System Co. Ltd.,
Mine Toshisuke, Mito Works Hitachi Ltd., Japan
Variable structure control for high power induction `
motors driven by GTO inverter (St. 135) 3.744
F. Ben Ammar, H. Godfroid, CEGELEC, J. F. Yhuel,
S. Siala, Laboratoire Atlantique de Recherche en
Gnie Electrique, France
Application of Field Oriented Control to double
winding asynchronous motors in large power inverter
drives (St. 136) 3.750
M. Matuonto, E. Gatti, G. Torri, M. Frascotti,
Ansaldo Industria Milano, A. Monti, M. Riva,
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Modulation and Control of Current Source Converters
for High Dynamic Performance of Induction Motors (St. 137) 3.756
I. J. Iglesias, CEDEX, Spain, H. Zelaya de la Parra,
The University of Birmingham, United Kingdom,
O. Gonzalez, J.M. Solana, J. Tamarit, CEDEX, Spain
System design of an integrated control unit for variable
speed drives (St. 138) 3.762
W. A. G. de Jager, J.A.J.M. Geerligs, A. Duym,
Holec Machines en Apparaten B.V., The Netherlands
Experimental validation of the use of a direct feeding
algorithm in a.c. drives (St. 139) 3.768
E. Pagano, Universit "Federico II Napoli, A. Bobbio,
G. Bosia, Ansaldo Ricerche Genova,
M. L. Grassi, Universit "Federico II Napoli, Italy
Evaluation of several switching tables used in variable
structure control of high power induction motor drives
supplied with 3-level inverters (St. 140) 3.771
A.-M. Arcker-Hissel, M. Pietrzak-David, Laboratoire
dElectrotechnique et dElectronique Industrielle,
F. Ben Ammar, CEGELEC - DEI, B. de Fornel, LEEI, France
A slip control strategy of constant-power IM drives (St. 141) 3.777
Z. J. Zhai, K. H. Oh, P. G. Im, D. J. Kim,
Samsumg Electronics Co. ltd, Korea

Session D5l: Control of ac machines - Control and implementation


Session Chairman:
Jouko Niiranen, ABB Industry Oy, Finland
Implementation of Indirect Vector Control on an Integrated
Digital Signal Processor - Based System (St. 142) 3.782
Ali Keyhani, Mohammad N Marwali, Willy Tjanaka,
Ohio State University, USA
Pseudo Torque Control (PTC) A New Control Concept
for Induction Motors (St. 143) 3.788
C. Tuttas, Universitt Kaiserslautern, Germany
System Performance of Fieldbus Linked Electric Drives
(St. 144) 3.794
M. Franke, G.-H. Geitner, Technical University Dresden,
Germany
Improvement of the Operation Limit of a Field-Weakening
Speed Control System for a Self-Controlled Synchronous
Motor (St. 145) 3.801
Shoji Nishikata, Toshitaka Namba, Tokyo Denki University,
Japan
Converter control of asynchronous motor drive with
minimum current consumption (St. 146) 3.807
Zdenek Cerovsky, Jiri Javurek, Czech Technical University,
Czech Republic
Filtered PWM-inverter output waveforms in a medium
speed (<30000 rpm) solid-rotor induction motor drive
(St. 147) 3.813
Jussi Huppunen, Juha Pyrhnen, Lappeenranta University of
Technology, Finland
Dynamic modeling and model based control of an
induction machine (St. 148) 3.819
Lutz Krger, D. Naunin, TU Berlin, Germany
Feedback linearisation and multivariable cascaded
predictive structure control of induction machine (St. 149) 3.825
P. Boucher, A. Benyahia, D. Dumur, SUPELEC, France
R-S-T regulators for an induction motor drive:
comparative study (St. 150) 3.831
B. de Fornel, L.E.E.I.-I.N.P.T., France, I. Slama-Belkhodja,
L.S.E.-E.N.I.T., Tunisie
Anti-Windup of Current Regulators Considering Inverter
Saturation (St. 151) 3.836
Dong-Choon Lee, G-Myoung Lee, Yeungnam University, Korea
The new CSI control strategy for avoiding slow response
in vector controlled induction motor drive (St. 152) 3.842
Aleksandar Nikolic, Paper Mill Belgrade,
Borislav Jeftenic, Electrotechnical Faculty Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Perodic Responses of a Nonlinear Current Controlled
IM Drive (St. 153) 3.847
Zoltn St, Istvn Nagy, Jk Zoltn,
Technical University of Budapest, Hungary
Control System for the Voltage Source DC Link Converter
in the Rotor Circuit of a Slip Ring Induction Machine
(St. 154) 3.853
Helmut Weiss, Markus Lampersberger,
University of Leoben, Austria
A new control method of active torque ripples filter in
high power electrical machines (St. 155) 3.859
B. Davat, A. Khezzar, GREEN, France

Session D6a: Servo drives and actuators


Session Chairman:
Prof. A. Vandenput, T. U. Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Current Control and Magnet Configurations for High
Torque to Current Ratio in Surface Mounted Permanent
Magnet Synchronous Motors (St. 156) 3.865
Katsuji Shinohara, Kagoshima University,
Yasuo Mieno, Kagoshima National College of Technology,
Japan
High Performance Vector Position Control of a Helical
Reluctance Motor for an Ultra Precision Lathe (St. 157)3.870
S. Brckl, Technische Universitt Mnchen, Germany
A DSP based Robust Optimal Servo Motor controller
(St. 158) 3.876
P. Kettle, A. Murray, Analog Devices,
A. Holohan, Dublin City University
A Learning-Based Speed Control of Servomotors with
Its Application to VCR (St. 159) 3.882
Young-Hoon Kim, In-Joong Ha, Seoul National University,
Jeong-Tae Kim, Goan-Soo Seong,
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, Korea
Comparative analysis of doubly-salient reluctance and
permanent-magnet actuators (St. 160) 3.888
M.M. Radulescu, C. Martis, K. Biro, T. U. of Cluj-Napoca,
Romania
A Novel Electronically-operated, Linear,
Variable-reluctance, Actuator (St. 161) 3.892
M. York, J.M. Stephenson, A. Hughes,
The University of Leeds, U. K.
Tracking control of a two degrees of freedom robot
using disturbance observer (St. 162) 3.898
Stefan Dumbrava, Gh. Asachi Technical University of Iasi,
Romania
Switching Flux Permanent Magnet Polyphased
Synchronous Machine (St. 163) 3.903
Emmanuel Hoang, Hamid Ben Ahmed, Jean Lucidarme,
LESiR - ENS de Cachan, France
Optimized control on a two axis - robot by means of
Evolution Strategies (St. 164) 3.909
R. Richter, W. Hofmann, TU Chemnitz, Germany
Some applications of the ultrasonic microactuators in
robotic miniaturization (St. 165) 3.912
Mircea Ignat, Research and Development Inst. for
Electrical Engineering, Gheorghe Amza,
Politehnical University of Bucharest, Romania
Intelligent Motion: The new challenge for electrical drives3.918
Pacas J.M., University of Siegen,
A. John, Micromatik Siegen, Germany (St. 166)
Field magnitude adaptation in induction motors (St. 167)3.922
H. Rasmussen, Aalborg University, Denmark
On line Idenfication and Compensation of Friction
Influence of Feed Drives of Machine Tools (St. 168) 3.927
Thomas Frenz, Dierk Schrder, T. U. of Mnchen, Germany

Session D8a-1 Facts 1


Session Chairman:
Prof. H. Akagi, Okayama Univ., Japan
Iterative harmonic simulation between a TCR,
transformer saturation and the power system (St. 169)3.933
J. Arrillaga, University of Canterbury, New Zealand,
J. Gonzalez, Universidad de Las Palmas, Spain,
J. Cidras, Universidad de Vigo, Spain
Implementation of a Robust H Controller for a
Unified Power Flow Controller (St. 170) 3.939
S.D. Round, University of Canterbury, New Zealand,
Q. Yu, L.E. Norum, T.M. Undeland,
Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology, Norway
Analog real-time model of an unified power flow controller3.944
Marcio Magalhes de Oliveira, ke Ekstrm,
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (St. 171)
Application of Flexible AC Transmission System Devices
for the Maximum Loadability Improvement in Transmission
Lines (St. 172) 3.950
S.M. Sadeghzadeh, Laboratoire dElectrotechnique de Grenoble,
France, M. Ehsan, Sharif University of Technology, Iran,
Said N. Hadj, R. Feuillet, Laboratoire dElectrotechnique
de Grenoble, France
Static Electronic Tap-Changer for fast phase voltage
control (St. 173) 3.956
Tommy Larsson, ABB Components, Reijo Innanen,
Fundia Steel AB, Gunnar Norstrm, VB Elnt, Sweden
On using FACTS and power system stabilizers to damp
low frequency oscillations (St. 174) 3.959
J-C Passelergue, N. Hadjsaid, Y. Besanger,
R. Feuillet, INPG - LEG, France
Forced Sharing of dc Capacitor Voltages in a Multi-Level
GTO Static Var Compensator (SVC) (St. 175) 3.965
S B Tennakoon, D. Scheidecker, Staffordshire University,
United Kingdom
Influence of AC network impedance on the control
performance of a VSC operating at different switching
frequencies (St. 176) 3.971
Anders Lindberg, Marcio M. de Oliveira, Ying Jiang,
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Multivariable feedback current control of a PWM Voltage
Source Converter connected to an AC system with
variable AC network impedance (St. 177) 3.977
Anders Lindberg, Marcio M. de Oliveira, Ying Jiang,
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
UPFC application to suppress flicker in arc furnace
supply system (St. 178) 3.983
M. Zouiti, S. Saadate, GREEN - UHP, X. Lombard,
P.G. Therond, C. Poumarede, Electricit de France, France

Session D8a-2 Facts 2


Session Chairman:
K. Uhlen, EFI, Norway
Pseudo-resonant Compensator for Full Control of Real
and Reactive Power (St. 179) 3.988
George G. Karady, Pramod Parihar,
Arizona State University, USA
Power modulation capability of shunt and series
compensators and phase shifters (St. 180) 3.994
D.A. Pastos, G.B. Giannakopoulos, N.A. Vovos,
University of Patras, Greece
Static VAR compensation for flicker reduction (St. 181)3.1000
B. Gollentz, CREEBEL, G. de Preville, J.L. Pouliquen,
CEGELEC, France
Solid-state power factor correction using voltage-source
inverter self-controlled DC bus (St. 182) 3.1005
A.M. Zaki, A.A. Mansour, Electronics Research Institute,
O.A. Mahgoub, E.E. Abu-Elzahab, Cairo University, Egypt
Electronic Tap Changer for 10 kV Distribution Transformer 3.1010
P. Bauer, S. W. de Haan, G. C. Paap, TU Delft,
The Netherlands (St. 183)
Using a PWM modulated Voltage Source Converter
for flicker mitigation (St. 184) 3.1016
Tomas Larsson, ke Ekstrm, Royal Institute of Technology,
Sweden
DSP Control of an Active Power Line Conditioning System3.1021
J.M. Carrasco, M. Perales, B. Ruiz, E. Galvn,
L. G. Franquelo, Universidad de Sevilla,
S. Gutirrez, E.G. de Mendcil, LOOIBAI s.a., Spain (St. 185)
MPTC: an economical alternative to universal power
flow controllers (St. 186) 3.1027
Ned Mohan, University of Minnesota, USA
Application of Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor
(TCSC) for Damping of Electromechanical Oscillations3.1033
Ole Johan Hjems, Statnett SF, Norway,
Motjaba Noroozian, ABB Power Systems, Sweden (St. 187)

Session D8b: HVDC


Session chairman:
B. R. Anderson, GEC Alsthom, U.K.
Thyristor-Converters for Connecting 16 2/3 Hz and 50 Hz
AC Systems (St. 188) 3.1039
N. Christl, H. Huang, Siemens AG, Germany
Interactions between AC and DC transmission systems:
modelling for use in power system studies (St. 189)3.1043
B. Delfino, G.B. Denegri, M. Invernizzi, A. Morini,
University of Genoa, Italy
Emergency replacement of a 500kV HVDC converter
at Sylmar East (St. 190) 3.1048
W. Braun, M. Fhnrich, K. Sadek, W. Fischer,
Siemens AG, Germany

Wednesday 10 September 1997

Session D1e: Characterization and Applications

D1e - 1:
Session Chairman:
P. Lindman, Ericsson Components, Sweden
Dynamics Behaviour of Punch-Through IGBT in
Hard-Switching Converters at High Temperature (St. 1)4.001
S. Azzopardi, C. Jamet, J.-M. Vinassa, C. Zardini, Laboratoire I.X.L. - Universit Bordeaux I, France
IGBT modules working at cryogenic temperature (St. 2)4.007
F. Rosenbauer, H. W. Lorenzen, Technische Universitt Mnchen,
Germany
Effect of the Physical Structure on the Recovery Softness
of PIN diodes: Experimental and Numerical Analysis (St. 3) 4.013
M. Pasqualetti, M. Portesine, R. Scicolone,
B. Zerbinati, Ansaldo Trasporti,
R. Menozzi, A. Bellini, University of Parma, Italy
Series and parallel operating of MOS controlled Thyristor4.018
A. Merazga, J.M. Li, D. Lafore, Ecole Suprieure dIngnieurs
de Marseille, France (St.4)
Comparison of PT and NPT Cell Concept for 600V IGBTs4.024
R. Siemieniec, M. Netzel, Technical University of Ilmenau,
R. Herzer, Semikron Elektronik GmbH, Germany (St. 5)
An Investigation of the Turn-Off Characteristics of an
IGBT Under Short Circuit Conditions (St. 6) 4.029
Patrick W. Wheeler, Chris Newton, University of
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Switching Balancement Of Series Connected Insulated
Gate Devices By Gate Control Strategy (St. 7) 4.034
M. Melito, G. Belverde, A. Galluzzo, S. Musumeci,
SGS-Thomson Microelectronics, Italy

D1e - 2:
Session Chairman:
L. Lorenz, Siemens, Germany
An easy method to estimate switch-off losses in your
application (St. 8) 4.039
D. Lafore, A. Merazga, J.M. Li, CEGEMA - Ecole Suprieure
dIngnieurs de Marseille, France
Active Voltage Clamping Techniques for Overvoltage
Protection of MOS-Controlled Power Transistors (St. 9)4.043
Tobias Reimann, Robert Krmmer, Technical University
of Ilmenau, Jrgen Petzoldt, University of Rostock, Germany
Application dependent gate trigger requirements of gate
turn-off thyristors (St. 10) 4.049
F.J. Wakeman, Westcode Semiconductors,
M.S. Khanniche, University of Wales, United Kingdom
An Experimentally Validated Transient Thermal Impedance
Model for High Power Diodes and Thyristors With
Transient Junction Temperature Calculation (St. 11) 4.055
F. Profumo, A. Tenconi, S. Facelli, Politecnico di Torino,
B. Passerini, A. Guerra, International Rectifier Corporation Italiana, Italy
A systematic Approach for Testing Todays Power
Semiconductors to Obtain a Generally Applicable
Characterization (St. 12) 4.060
Andreas Lindemann, IXYS Semiconductor GmbH, Germany
Evaluation and modelling of the power losses in the
horizontal deflection circuit in televisions - with focus on
the semiconductors (St. 13) 4.066
Leo stergaard, Bang & Olufsen A/S, Uffe B. Jensen,
Aalborg University, Denmark
Evaluation and Comparison of Energy Loss in Regenerative
and Nonlinear Dissipative Snubbers for Bridge Legs (St. 14) 4.073
Deng Yan, Xiangnin He, Zhaoming Qian,
Zhejiang University, P.R. China
A New Fault Tolerant Semiconductor Laser Triggering
System for Light Trigger Thyristors (St. 15) 4.078
C. O. Nwankpa, George Rost, Robert Fischl, Drexel University,
Arye Rosen, Dean Gilbert, David Sarnoff Research Center,
David Richardson, Electric Power Research Institute, USA
Optimisation of the thermal metal spray process for the
manufacture of mass produced hybrid integrated power
electronic converters (St. 16) 4.082
J. D. van Wyk, P.A. Janse van Rensburg,
Rand Afrikaans University, South Africa

Session D1f: Modelling


Session Chairman:
Prof. G. Busatto, Univ. of Napoli, Italy
An Electrothermal DMOS Model in ELDO applied to
the simulation of an integrated H-bridge (St. 17) 4.088
O. Schepp, A. Kostka, Technical University of Darmstadt,
Germany
Modelling the Forward Recovery of the High Power Diode
for Circuit Simulation (St. 18) 4.094
Rmy Kolessar, Royal Institute of Technology,
Bo Danielsson, ABB Power Systems AB, Sweden
A new model of a mos component compatible with
the automatic circuit simulation (St. 19) 4.099
Z. Bestaoui, C. Batard, B. Feuvrie, C. Bergmann,
IUT de Nantes, France
The Lumped-Charge Buffered Power Diode Model for
High Power Applications (St. 20) 4.105
Kraig J. Olejniczak, Zia Hossain, University of Arkansas,
Eric X. Yang, Vic A.K. Temple, Harris Semiconductor,
Cliff L. Ma, Analogy Inc., USA
An Automatic Parameter Extraction Technique for an
Improved PiN Diode Circuit Model (St. 21) 4.111
Antonio Strollo, Ettore Napoli, University of Naples,
Luigi Fratelli, Giuseppe Giannini, Ansaldo Trasporti, Italy
High Critical Temperature Superconducting Switches
for Power Electronics Applications (St. 22) 4.117
L. Garcia-Tabars, I. Iglesias, A. Ramos, J.M. Asanza,
J. Calero, CEDEX, P. Abramian, CIEMAT, L.A. Angurel,
C. Diez, ICMA, X. Obradors, X. Granadors, ICMAB, Spain
An Accurate Circuit Model for Coreless PCB-based
transformers (St. 23) 4.123
S. Y. R. Hui, H. Chung, S. C. Tang, City University of
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Analytical Model for Dynamic Avalanche Breakdown
in Power Devices (St. 24) 4.129
L. Ghler, Universitt der Bundeswehr Mnchen,
J. Sigg, Siemens AG, Germany
General Approach to Thermal Simulation of Modern
Smart Power Modules (St. 25) 4.134
M. Furmanczyk, A. Szajfler, A. Napieralski, Technical
University of Ldz, Poland
The IGBT model optimised for the circuit analysis and
design (St. 26) 4.139
Witold Pawelski, Andrzej Napieralski, Technical University of
Lodz, Poland
PSPICE model for high voltage IGBTs (St. 27) 4.145
Giovanni Busatto, A. Polverino, Universit di Napoli "Federico II,
L. Fratelli, G. Giannini, Ansaldo Trasporti, Italy
Electrothermal simulation of fast switching integrated
power elctronic circuits (St. 28) 4.151
P. Vales, J.M. Dorkel, LAAS, France
On-State Electrothermal Modelling of Large Area Power
Components and Multichip Power Modules (St. 29) 4.157
K. Bellil, P. Tounsi, J.-M. Dorkel, Laboratoire dAnalyse et
dArchitecture des Syst. du CNRS,
Ph. Leturcq, Institut National des Sciences Appliques
de Toulouse, France

Session D2a: Multilevel and matrix converters


Session Chairman:
Prof. B. Davat, GREEN, Nancy, France
Three-Phase Three-Level Voltage-Source Converters
Coupled with Harmonic Canceling Interphase Reactors4.162
Kuniomi Oguchi, Naoya Nakajima, Takahiko Sano,
Ibaraki University, Japan (St. 30)
Stability Analysis of Multilevel Converters with Imbricated
Cells (St. 31) 4.168
J.L. Duarte, P.J.M. Julicher, L.J.J. Offringa, W.D.H. v.
Groningen, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Five Level Laboratory VAr Compensator With Separated
Floating DC Voltages (St. 32) 4.175
Tonny W. Rasmussen, Technical University of Denmark,
Denmark
Control strategy for multilevel converter applied for
electric power system (St. 33) 4.181
Noriyuki Kimura, Akira Matsumoto, Toshimitsu Morizane,
Katsunori Taniguchi, Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
Serial connection: soft switching a way to reduce
parasitic overcurrents (St. 34) 4.187
N. Lapassat, D. Chatroux, Commissariat lEnergie Atomique,
D. Lafore, CEGEMA-ESIM, France
Switch-Effective Modulation Strategy for Matrix Converters 4.193
ke Christensson, ABB Corporate Research, Sweden (St. 35)
A Matrix Converter switching controller for low losses
operation without snubber circuits (St. 36) 4.199
J-J Huselstein, R. Cittadini, C. Glaize, Universit Montpellier II,
France
A 3kW unit-power-factor multilevel rectifier based on
a double-boost converter (St. 37) 4.204
Patrick Bartholomeus, Philippe Le Moigne,
Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
Single- and three-phase multilevel converters for traction
systems 50Hz/16 2/3 Hz (St. 38) 4.210
N. Schibli, A.-Ch. Rufer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Switzerland
A new approach in multilevel power conversion (St. 39)4.216
Mario Marchesoni, A. Damiano, Universit degli Studi
di Cagliari,
M. Fracchia, Universit degli Studi di Genova,
I. Marongiu, Universit degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy

Session D2b: Power converters


Session Chairman:
Prof. J. W. Kolar, T. U. Vienna, Austria
Thyristor power supplies for plasma technology (St. 40)4.222
Teolan Tomson, Estonian Energy Research Institute , Estonia,
Aruy Marotta, Heinz Hoppe de Souza, Ins. de Fisika
Gleb Wataghin, Brazil
An Improved Three-Phase Diode Rectifier for Reducing
AC Line Current Harmonics (St. 41) 4.227
Shigeo Masukawa, Shoji Iida, Tokyo Denki University, Japan
Optimizing Switching Losses and EMC of Pulse Controlled
Inverters using EMC-Snubber Circuits (St. 42) 4.233
Olaf Scheuer, B. Orlik, University of Bremen, Germany
DC Link Currents in Bidirectional Power Converters with
Coordinated Pulse Patterns (St. 43) 4.239
L. Sack, University of Erlangen, Germany
The space vector control of the PWM-Rectifier using
U/f references (St. 44) 4.245
Jaakko Ollila, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Comparison of state of the art Gate Drive Techniques for
High Side Switch (St. 45) 4.250
I. Zverev, University of Rostock, S. Konrad,
V. Schilling, Technical University of Ilmenau,
J. Petzoldt, University of Rostock, Germany
Analysis of Phase-Shift Controlled AC-AC Converters
Based on Switching Vector Theory (St. 46) 4.256
J. Kyyr, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
The energy efficient defence circuits of the commuter train
converters (St. 47) 4.262
S.I. Volsky, P. V. Butenko, E.A. Lomonova,
Moscow State Aviation Institute, Russia,
A.B. Uan-Zo-li, Virginia Tech, USA,
J.B. Klaassens, Delft Technical University, The Netherlands
A new forward converter using non-dissipative snubber4.268
Joo B. Vieira Jr., Universidade Federal de Uberlndia,
J. A. Corra Pinto, Escola Tcnica Federal do Par - ETFPA,
A. A. Pereira, V. J. Farias, L. C. de Freitas, Universidade
Federal de Uberlndia, Brasil (St. 48)
Watercooled GTO Compact Converter (St. 49) 4.272
Heinrich Baumann, Johannes Scholten, Manfred Zengerle,
ABB Daimler-Benz Transportation GmbH, Germany
An optimised energy recovery snubber circuit for
switching power converters (St. 50) 4.276
Diana Izvorska, Joe Leisten, University of Teesside, U. K.,
Petrov Roumen, Swichtec Power Systems Ltd, New Zealand
Protective Device for Electronic Tap Changer for
Distribution Transformers (St. 51) 4.282
P. Bauer, S.W. de Haan, TU Delft, The Netherlands
A Novel Direct Frequency Converter Structure
Controlled by a Cooperative Predictive Algorithm (St. 52)4.286
Eduardo P Wiechman, Rolando P Burgos, Universidad de
Concepcion, Jose R. Rodriguez, Universidad Santa Maria, Chile
High power Soft Switching PWM IGBT Converter Electrical
and EMC Characterization (St. 53) 4.292
Cazabat S., Gonzalez J., Alcatel Alsthom Recherche,
Critchley R., Cegelec, Forest F., Melhem W., LESIR,
Pouliquen H., EDF, A. Puzo, Alcatel Alsthom Recherche, France
High power factor high efficiency bidirectional GTO
rectifiers for locomotive application (St. 54) 4.298
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 (St. 55) 4.305
P.G. Kamp, B. Endres, M. Wolf, Siemens AG, Germany

Session D2c: Resonance applications


Session Chairman:
Prof. Y. Cheron, LEEI/ENSEEIHT, France
Improvement of the power factor of dimmers using high
frequency zero current switching (St. 56) 4.311
G. Schrder, University of Siegen, K.-J. Lux, Micromatik GmbH,
B.H. Yu, D-Tech GmbH, H. Siebel, University of Siegen, Germany
Novel zero current switching high frequency inverter
applied for an emission control in diesel engine (St. 57)4.315
Yoshihiro Hatanaka, Sachio Kubota, Sekiya Yoshiaki,
Tokyo University of Mercantile Marine, Japan
Design of a LCC resonant inverter for high-frequency
lamp ballast resonant current controlled with high power
factor (St. 58) 4.321
F. Ferrero, M. Rico, A. Marcos, C. Blanco, E. Corominas,
A. Calleja, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Self-adjusting resonant converters and application by
high power electrical ARC furnaces (St. 59) 4.327
Kuno Janson, Jaan Jrvik, Tallinn Technical University, Estonia
Soft switching inverter power source for arc welding (St. 60) 4.333
Hubert Mecke, Wolfgang Fischer, Frank Werther,
Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany
A Novel Auxiliary Resonant Commutated Pole Inverter
Topology with Zero Current Turn-off Switching (St. 61)4.338
Min-Hong Kim, Samsung Motors Inc., Dong-Seok Hyun,
Hanyang University, Korea
IGBT Half-Bridge Inverter for Induction Heating
Applications with Active Auxiliary Resonant Circuit (St. 62) 4.344
Jin-Woo Jung, LG Electronic Inc., Byoung-Kuk Lee,
Bum-Seok Suh, Dong-Seok Hyun, Hanyang University, Korea
New Phase-Shifted Soft-Switching PWM Series Resonant
Inverter Topologies and Their Practical Evaluations (St. 63) 4.350
Mutsuo Nakaoka, Yamaguchi National University, Satosi Nagai,
Tsuyama National College of Technology, Naoya Baba,
Yasuhiro Arai, Yamaguchi National University, Japan
Soft-Switched PWM High-Frequency Load-Resonant
Inverter with Power Factor Correction for Induction Heating
Cooking Appliance (St. 64) 4.356
S. P. Wang, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi National University,
K. Izaki, I. Hirota, H. Yamashita, H. Omori, Matsushita Electric
Industrial Co. Ltd, Japan
A Novel Resonant DC Link Multi-function Three Phase
PWM Converter for Battery Energy Storage System (St. 65) 4.362
E. Hiraki, M. Kurokawa, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Digital predicitive current control of quasi resonant DC link
inverter fed asynchronous motors (St. 66) 4.368
Aldo Perfetto, Universit di Napoli Federico II,
C. Attaianese, Universit di Cassino, S. Meo, Universit di Napoli
Federico II, Italy
Design Optimisation of an Active Clamp Forward Converter
(St. 67) 4.373
P.J. Haigh, Powertron Ltd., A.J. Forsyth, University of
Birmingham, United Kingdom

Session D2d: Resonance 1


Session Chairman:
Prof. Th. Meynard, LEEI/ENSEEIHT, France
A Control Analysis and Closed-Loop Design for
Serie-Parallel Resonant Converter (St. 68) 4.379
T. Planas, SUPELEC, J. Laeuffer, General Electric
Medical System-Europe, E. Godoy, B. Lorcet,
D. Sadarnac, SUPELEC, France
FPGA based Control of an ARCP-Inverter without
Additional Sensors (St. 69) 4.385
L. Sack, H.G. Eckel, K. Rascher, University of Erlangen,
Germany
A generalized sliding mode controller for half-wave
quantum resonant converters (St. 70) 4.391
Miguel Castilla, L. Garcia de Vicua, Mariano Lopez,
Universidad Politecnica de Catalua-UPC, Spain
A full-bridge SR-PWM DC-DC converter operating
at reduced conduction and commutation losses using
phase-shift control (St. 71) 4.397
J.B. Vieira Jr., J.C. da Silva e Sousa, A.A. Pereira,
V.J. Farias, L.C. de Freitas, Universidade Federal de
Uberlndia, Brazil
A High-Power-Factor Buck Converter with Soft-Switching
Operation (St. 72) 4.403
Katsunori Taniguchi, Toshimitsu Morizane,
Noriyuki Kimura, Osaka Institute of Technology,
Lee Hyun-Woo, Kyungnam University, Japan
Thermal Failures on a 2kW-100kHz IGBT-based DC-DC
Resonant (St. 73) 4.409
Dario DAmore, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Reliable method used to size a multiresonant LCCL type
converter (St. 74) 4.414
B. Dakyo, F. Lafitte, L. Protin, Universit du Havre, France
Evaluation of resonant converters for increased
softswitching range (St. 75) 4.419
Roy Nilsen, Norwegian University of Science & Technology,
Terje Melaa, Tom F. Nestli, ABB Corporate Research,
Norway, Per Ranstad, ABB Flkt Industri AB, Sweden,
Alf Kre dnanes, ye Kjartan, ABB Corporate Research,
Norway
Predicting real characteristics of buck-boost zero-voltage
switching quasi-resonant converters (St. 76) 4.426
N. P. Polyzos, E.C. Tatakis, University of Patras, Greece

Session D2e: Resonance 2


Session Chairman:
Odd Roar Schmidt, Powec, Norway
An asymmetrical reactor type zero current switching
DC-DC converter with constant frequency voltage control
(St. 77) 4.432
Masaki Suzuki, Yoshihiro Hatanaka, Sachio Kubota,
Tokyo University of Mercantile Marine, Japan
Direct three-phase low frequency to single phase "high
frequency converter with sinusoidal line currents (St. 78) 4.438
Florent Andrianoelison, Cyril Pouet, Darius Dedecius,
LARGE, France
A series resonant DC/DC converter operating in ZVS
mode from maximum power to no load (St. 79) 4.443
Florent Andrianoelison, Darius Dedecius, LARGE,
Yvon Cheron, LEEI, France
Design Improvement and Experimental Characterization
of the Full Bridge ZVS Converter With Secondary Clamped
Inductor (St. 80) 4.448
Joo Beirante, Beatriz V. Borges, Instituto de
Telecomunicaes, Portugal, Stanimir Valtchev,
Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria
A Self-Resonant-PWM Boost Converter with Unity
Power Factor Operation by Using a Bang-Bang Current
Control Strategy with Fixed Switching Frequency (St. 81)4.454
L.C. de Freitas, R. Tffano Jr., J.C. de Oliveira, V. J. Farias,
J. B. Vieira Jr., Universidade Federal de Uberlndia, Brazil
Application of the AC link in power conversion systems
(St. 82) 4.459
Antoni Bogdan, Tadeusz Citko, Bialystok Technical University,
Poland
Improvement of Performance of Four Quadrant
Converter using Unidirectional DC Link Inductor (St. 83)4.465
B. Dobrucky, University of Transport and Communications,
Slovak Republic, J. Kyyr, Helsinki University of Technology,
Finland, V. Rcek, Slovak Technical University, M. Hukel,
J. Dubovsky, University of Transport and Communications,
Slovak Republic

Session D5g: Sensorless drives - Induction Machines


Session Chairman:
Prof. S. Bolognani, Univ. of Padova, Italy
Robust control of sensorless vector control drives (St. 84)4.470
R. Blasco-Gimnez, F. Morant, Univerisdad Politcnica
de Valencia, Spain
A microcontroller implementation of speed sensorless
field oriented control of induction machine (St. 85) 4.476
Martin Riese, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
A novel sensorless controller for induction motor drives
(St. 86) 4.480
Shyh-Shing Perng, National Taiwan Institute of Technology,
Yen-Shin Lai, National Taipei Institute of Technology,
Liu Chang-Huan, National Taiwan Institute of Technology,
Taiwan R.O.C.
Control of a Shaft-Sensorless Position Induction Motor
Using an Asymmetric Outer-Section Cage (St. 87) 4.486
G.M. Asher, J. Cilia, K.J. Bradley, M. Summer, University of
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Implementation of a Sensorless Induction Motor Drive
Control System with prescribed Closed Loop Speed
and Rotor Magnetic Flux Dynamics (St. 88) 4.492
S. J. Dodds, East London University, United Kingdom,
Jan Vittek, University of Zilina, Slovakia, Martin Mienkina,
Trinec Steel Works, Czech Republic
A PCMCIA DSP-card to boost inverter performance:
Sensorless drive control via extended Kalman filter (St. 89) 4.498
Eckart von Westerholt, Schneider Electric, France
Real-Time Sensorless Control for Rotor Field Oriented
Induction Motor (St. 90) 4.504
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 (St. 91) 4.508
Yukio Kataoka, Hisao Kubota, Kouki Matsuse, Meiji University,
Japan
Field Oriented Control of Induction Motor without Speed
Sensor (St. 92) 4.512
M. Hvermann, B. Orlik, U. Schumacher, University of Bremen,
Germany
Sensitivity analysis of sensorless induction motor drive
to motor parameter changes (St. 93) 4.518
Teresa Orlowska-Kowalska, Piotr Wojsznis,
Technical University of Wroclaw, Poland
DSP Implementation of an AC-Machine Sensorless
Speed Measurement System Using the Wigner Distribution 4.524
Jos Alex Restrepo Z, Trina A. de Prez, Mara I. Gimnez
de Guzmn, Victor M. Guzmn, Universidad Simn Bolivar,
Venzuela (St. 94)

Session D5h: Sensorless drives - Brushless Machines


Session Chairman:
Prof. F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Denmark
A Sensorless Position control by Salient-Pole Brushless
DC Motor (St. 95) 4.529
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 (St. 96) 4.535
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 (St. 97) 4.541
Lennart Harnefors, Peter Taube, Hans-Peter Nee,
The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
A DSP based controller for the sensorless control of
synchronous machines (St. 98) 4.547
D. Arab Khaburi, F. Meibody Tabar, A. Comsa,
F.M. Sargos, GREEN, France
A permanent magnet synchronous motor flux control scheme
without position sensors (St. 99) 4.553
Gastn Pesse, Toms Pag, Universidad Simn Bolvar,
Venezuela
Sensorless DSP Control of a Trapezoidal Brushless DC
Motor (St. 100) 4.557
S. Grainger, M. Allan, T. Westwood, R. Champaneri,
Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom
Sensorless Control of a Switched Reluctance Motor Using `
a Kalman Filter (ST. 101) 4.561
A. Brsse, G. Henneberger, Institut of Electrical Machines,
Germany
Kalman-Filter Based Sensorless Control of an IPM Motor
Drive (St. 102) 4.567
Razvan C. Panaitescu, Transilvania University of Brasov,
Romania, Lars Norum, Norwegian University of Technology,
Norway
Present and future of drives sensorless and artificial
intelligence applications (St. 103) 4.573
P. Vas, University of Aberdeen, W. Drury, Control
Techniques plc, United Kingdom
Direct torque control: application to crane drives (St. 104)4.579
R. Belmans, KULeuven, F. Busschots, ASEA Brown Boveri
Belgium, B. Renier, KULeuven, Belgium

Session D5m: Estimation and parameters analysis


Session Chairman:
W. Wymeersch, Sidmar, Belgium
Robust Kalman Filtering in Direct Torque Control (St. 105)4.585
Ian R. Petersen, Duco W.J. Pulle, Australian Defence
Force Academy, Australia
Parameters Estimations from Step Excitation Tests on
a Stationary Induction Motor (St. 106) 4.591
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 (St. 107) 4.597
C. Millet, D. Leroux, Y. Li, B. Feuvrie,
C. Bergmann, IUT de Nantes, France
A Digital Parameter Identification for a Vector Controlled
Induction Motor (St. 108) 4.603
Marco Tursini, University of LAquila, Italy, M. Tsuji,
Nagasaki University, E. Yamada, Nagasaki University, Japan,
F. Parasiliti, University of lAquila, Italy
On Line Parameter Estimation of the Induction Machine
Model using Active and Reactive Power Balance for Spatial
Vectors of Field Oriented Drives (St. 109) 4.609
J M A Castro, A Bueno Montilla, Universidad Simon Bolivar,
Venezuela
Identification of rotor parameters and speed estimation in
induction motor drives (St. 110) 4.615
Ignazio Marongiu, Universit di Cagliari,
Ciro Attaianese, Universit di Cassino,
Alfonso Damiano, Universit di Cagliari,
Aldo Perfetto, Universit di Napoli, Italy
Experimental Identification of Asynchronous Machine4.620
P. Ph. Robet, M. Gautier, C. Bergmann, B. Feuvrie,
C. Millet, IUT de Nantes, France (St. 111)
A microprocessor-based speed regulator using state and
disturbance observer (St. 112) 4.626
Maciej Tondos, University of Mining & Metallurgy,
Wojciech Mysinski, Technical University of Cracow, Poland
Automatic Input/Output Modeling of a Squirrel-Cage
Induction Motor Drive System Using Neural Network 4.632
J. F. Martins, A. J. Pires, Instituto Politcnico de Setubal,
J. A. Dente, Instituto Superior Tcnico, Portugal (St. 113)

Session D7a: Drives, control of drives


Session Chairman:
Prof. G. Maggetto, VUB, Belgium
A multi-motor drive-system for ecomobils (St. 114) 4.638
K. Hofer, Technical College and University of Bielefeld,
Germany
Controls of a brushless motor integrated in the
wheelhub for an electrical bike (St. 115) 4.643
Mohamed Karmous, D. Vaucher, Ecole dIngnieurs du
canton de Neuchtel, C. Espanet, J.M. Kauffmann,
Institut de Gnie Energtique, Switzerland
Vector control of dual rotor induction motors (St. 116)4.648
Joong-Ho Song, Ick Choy, Kim Kwang-Bae, Korea Institute
of Science & Technology, Korea
Test and measurement of electric vehicle drives (St. 117)4.653
Bernhard Hauck, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Torque control on electric vehicles with seperate wheel4.659
B. Arnet, M. Jufer, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,
Switzerland (St. 118)
Induction motor neural estimator in high efficient (St. 119) 4.665
J. Jelonkiewicz, University of Czestochowa, S. Linnman,
Permobil AB, Poland
Utilization of ultracapacitors as an auxilliary power source
in electric vehicles (St. 120) 4.670
Stephan Astier, P. Mestre, ENSEEIHT, France
More sophisticated battery drive wheels and wheels mutial
motion control system for electric vehicle application4.674
Dmitry B. Izosimov, Russian Academy of Science,
Yuri P. Bogachev, Mechatronics Industrial Group,
Evgeny B. Kulakov, Alternative Energetics,
Vladimirl Sagalovsky, Aeroelectric,
Anatoly A. Eidinov, NAMI, Russia (St. 121)

Session D7b: Battery charger, battery management, test bench


Session Chairman:
Prof. D. Naunin, T. U. Berlin, Germany
Battery management system with a two wire bus:
realization and practical experiences (St. 122) 4.679
Hans Kahlen, Berhnard Hauck, University of Kaiserslautern,
Germany
Battery testing with a current controlled high load resistor 4.684
Hans Kahlen, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany (St. 123)
Efficiency of Off-Board High Power Electric Vehicle Battery
Charger with Active Power Line Conditioning Capabilities 4.688
Per Karlsson, Martin Bojrup, Mats Alakla, Lars Gertmar,
Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden (St. 124)
Contactless power transmission: frequency tuning by a
maximum power tracking method (St. 125) 4.693
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 (St. 126) 4.698
S. Nugues, E. Rullire, E. Toutain, Laboratoire
dElectrotechnique de Grenoble, France
Charge Equalization Using a Non-Dissipative Current Diverter
with a Centralized Multi-Winding Transformer (St. 127)4.702
Nasser H. Kutkut, Soft Switching Technologies Corp., USA
Three-phase ZVT inverter with inductor feedback (St. 128) 4.708
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 4.712
P. Van Tichelen, P. Coenen, F. Vermeulen, VITO,
D. Blight, Nelco Systems Ltd, Belgium (St. 129)

Session D7c: Hybrid vehicles, simulation


Session Chairman:
Prof. G. Ollson, IEA, Lund, Sweden
A 40 kW Switched Reluctance Engine Starter/Generator
System For An Electric Hybrid Vehicle (St. 130) 4.717
Mats Alakla, Lars Sjberg, Lund Institute of Technology,
Sweden
Integrated energy transducer drive for hybrid electric
vehicles (St. 131) 4.721
Thomas Bckstrm, Stefan stlund, Chandur Sadarangani,
The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Comparison of Electromechanical Transducers for an
Autonomous Hybrid Vehicle (St. 132) 4.727
Bernhard Kraer, H-W Lorenzen, Technical University of Munich,
Germany
Combi-road: an unmanned hybrid vehicle on an
intelligent track (St. 133) 4.733
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 (St. 134)4.739
H. Huisman, E.J.F.M. Smits, F.J.M. Thoolen,
Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij CCM B.V., The Netherlands
Design and implementation of a power controller for
a series hybrid vehicle drive (St. 135) 4.745
L. Pelkmans, P. Coenen, F. Vermeulen, VITO, Belgium
Development of a Drive Train for a Hybrid Delivery Van4.750
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 (St. 136)
AC Motors Measurements Based Static Models for
Electric Vehicles Simulation Programs (St. 137) 4.755
K.B. Beya, J. Van Mierlo, G. Maggetto, Vrije Universiteit Brussel,
Belgium
How to compare and evaluate Electric and Thermal
Vehicles? (St. 138) 4.760
J. Van Mierlo, G. Maggetto, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Session D8c: Harmonics and active filters - analysis and design
Session Chairman:
Prof. J. D. van Wyk, R. A. U., South Africa
Power source with programmable harmonic contents4.763
J. Balcells, D. Gonzalez, M. Lamich, Universitat Politcnica de
Catalunya, Spain (St. 139)
An Evaluation of Techniques for Determining Active
Filter Compensating Currents in Unbalanced Systems4.767
Simon D. Round, D.M.E. Ingram, University of Canterbury,
New Zealand (St. 140)
Static converter design for high frequency signal injection
in an electromagnetic device connected to the network4.773
Bertrand Cassoret, Jean-Franois Brudny, Daniel Roger,
Universit d'Artois, France (St. 141)
Analysis and design of a novel active power filter (St. 142) 4.779
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 (St. 143) 4.786
Kenji Kubo, Keijiro Sakai, Hitachi Ltd,Japan
Harmonic Elimination in a PWM Inverter using Genetic
Algorithms (St. 144) 4.792
Pascal Maussion, Laurent Magne, Institut National
Polytechnique de Toulouse, France
The generalized optimization criterion for filters (St. 145)4.798
Leszek Frackowiak, Roman Muszynski, Poznan University
of Technology, Ryszard Strzelecki, Zielona Gora University
of Technology, Poland
Analysis of active power filters in frequency domain using
the fast fourier transform (St. 146) 4.804
V. Soares, Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa,
P. Verdelho, Instituto Superior Tcnico, V. Soares, Instituto
Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Portugal
An adaptive hopfield neural network for frequency and
harmonic determination (St. 147) 4.810
L. L. Lai, City University London, United Kingdom,
W. L. Chan, Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
A. T. P. So, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Session D8d: Harmonics and active filters - control


Session Chairman:
Prof. W. Koczara, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
A New Synchronization Method of a Parallel Active
Power Filter (St. 148) 4.815
David Nedeljkovic, Vanja Ambrozic, Janko Nastran,
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Simplified Control Method for Shunt Active Harmonics
Filter (St. 149) 4.819
Yanzhen Liu, Peter J Unsworth, University of Sussex,
United Kingdom
Searching for the better topology and control strategy
in hybrid power filters (St. 150) 4.825
Angel A. Bayod Rujula, Jesus Sallan Arasanz,
Mariano Sanz Badia, Andrs Llombart Estopian,
Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
PWM rectifier and active filter with sliding-mode control4.831
Stanislaw Pirog, University of Mining & Metallurgy, Poland (St. 151)
A Shunt active filter with a sliding mode control circuit4.837
Kamel Sahnouni, CREEBEL, Olivier Lapierre,
Simon Jones, CEGELEC, Alain Berthon, IGE - CREEBEL,
France (St. 152)
New Control Method of Harmonic Current
Compensation Using Individual Rotating
P-Q Frame of Corresponding Frequency (St. 153) 4.842
Masao Yano, Akira Kuramochi, Noriyuki Nanaumi,
Toyo University, Japan
Vector Control Strategy of an Harmonic and
Reactive Power Compensator (St. 154) 4.848
R Pea, R. Cardenas, Universidad de Magallanes, Chile,
G.M. Asher, J.C. Clare, University of Nottingham, U.K.
Variable Structure Control in Current Controlled
Voltage Sourced Rectifier (St. 155) 4.854
C. W. Lu, A. C. Renfrew, UMIST, United Kingdom
An Active Power Filter And Zero Sequence Harmonics
Components Compensator Control Circuit (St. 156) 4.859
P. Verdelho, Universidade Tcnica de Lisboa - IST, Portugal
A space vector-based deadbeat controller for shunt
active power filters (St. 157) 4.864
Li Zhang, L J Xiao, University of Bradford, United Kingdom

Session D8e: Harmonics and active filters - network studies and harmonics
Session Chairman:
Prof. R. J. Arnold, Siemens, UK
Dynamic Behavior of a parallel single phase active line
power line conditioner (St. 158) 4.870
David Gonzalez Diez, J. Balcells, A. Arias,
Universitat Politcnica de Catalunya, Spain
Active power filter for suppression of line current
harmonics (St. 159) 4.874
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 (St. 160) 4.879
A. DellAquila, A. Di Lorenzo, P. Zanchetta, Politecnico di Bari,
Italy
Compensation of influence of receivers on power
network with application of power electronic current
source (St. 161) 4.886
Leszek Frackowiak, Michal Gwzdz, Ryszard Porada,
Poznan University of Technology, Poland
A New Configuration for Shunt Active filters (St. 162)4.892
M. Elhabrouk, M. K. Darwish, P. Mehta, Brunel University,
United Kingdom
Improvements of parallel active power filter performances 4.898
I. Rasoanarivo, B. Davat, GREEN - INPL, P. Boos,
SOCOMEC, France (St. 163)
Numerical and experimental comparative study of voltage
source and current source active power filter (St. 164)4.903
L. Benchaita, S. Saadate, GREEN-UHP,
A. Salem nia, GRREN - Power & Water Institute of Technology,
France
Analysis and reduction of common-mode disturbances
induced on the network by PWM rectifiers (St. 165) 4.909
P. Ladoux, LEEI - INPT Toulouse, P. Thalin,
J. Nuns, EDF-DER Les Renardires, France

Session D8f: Harmonics and active filters - applications


Session Chairman:
Prof. S. Round, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
A Study of Parallel Connected DC Active Filter for
Large Current Power Supplies Exciting Superconducting
Coils of Fusion Test Facility (St. 166) 4.913
Hirotaka Chikaraishi, National Institute for Fusion Science,
Yuji Yonenga, Chuo Seisakusho Ltd, Japan
Third Harmonic Current Compensator applicable for
large office buildings (St. 167) 4.917
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 (St. 168) 4.923
C.W. Lu, A.C. Renfrew, UMIST, United Kingdom
Series compensator for voltage dips (St. 169) 4.929
R. Tounsi, P. Michalak, H. Pouliquen, EDF-DER,
H. Foch, LEEI, France
Control laws for MV active filters (St. 170) 4.935
P. Michalak, H. Pouliquen, EDF - DER, France

Session D8j: Modelling and simulation


Session Chairman:
Prof. R. Nilssen, NTNU, Norway
User defined block-oriented modeling of FACTS devices
for large power system stability studies (St. 171) 4.940
B. Gick, FGH E.V., I. Erlich, FhG Dresden,
T. Weber, FGH E.V., Germany
Measurements and simulation of dc drive harmonics
on an interconnected offshore system with long sub-sea
cables (St. 172) 4.946
K.S. Smith, Heriot-Watt University, I. Wilson,
Total Oil Marine, United Kingdom,
Brogan P., niversity College Cork, Ireland

Session D10a: Education


Session Chairman:
Prof. E. Masada, Tokyo University, Japan
Uncomplicated Inverter Drive for Research
Development and Teaching using standard PC (St. 173)4.952
Ludwig Abraham, Wolfgang Frank, Federal Armed
Forces University Munich, Germany
Teaching and demonstration of power electronic circuit
analysis (St. 174) 4.958
O.W. Andersen, Norwegian Institute of Technology, Norway
A LabVIEW-based laboratory course on three-phase
electric machinery under unsymmetrical operating
conditions (St. 175) 4.961
A. Serri, S. Cincotti, M. Marchesi, Universita di Cagliari, Italy
A Software Package for Simulation of Electrical Drives
suitable for Computer Assisted Education (St. 176) 4.967
Marco Tursini, F. Parasiliti, University of LAquila, Italy
Soft start simulation program for squirrel cage
induction motor drive (St. 177) 4.973
Z. Andonov, T. Dimitrov, S. Mircevski,
Faculty of Electrotechnical Engineering, Rep. of Macedonia
An integrated environment for modeling simulation
and control of DC motors (St. 178) 4.978
H.J. Valderrama, J. Maix Alts, J.J. Crisol, A. Romero,
L. Martinez-Salamero, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain
Application of LabVIEW as measuring system in
field of power electronics (St. 179) 4.984
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 (St. 180) 4.990
Nesimi Ertugrul, Anthony M. Parker, Mike J. Gibbard,
The University of Adelaide, Australia
HARMONIX: A software package for teaching harmonics
in power systems (St. 181) 4.996
Jorge Pontt O., Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria,
Csar Pontt O., Fluor Daniel Chile S.A., Ennio Perelli,
Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Chile
Using simplorer as a power electronics circuit simulator
(St. 182) 4.1002
Hari Sree, Blix Viggs, University of Minnesota, USA,
Johann W. Kolar, Technical University of Vienna, Austria,
Ned Mohan, University of Minnesota, USA
Using a new interactive Matlab Toolbox for Control
Design and Teaching of Electrical Drives (St. 183) 4.1008
M. Riva, F. Castelli Dezza, A. Monti, Politecnico di Milano,
Italy
SEMDEM - educational software for bipolar power devices
(St. 184) 4.1014
Zbigniew Lisik, Marek Turowski, Technical University of Ldz,
Poland,
Zenon J. Pudlowski, Monash University, Australia