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Titre : APEC'2003, 18th Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, February 9-13, 2003, Miami Beach, Florida.

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Organisation : IEEE Power Electronics Society, IEEE Industry applications Society, The Power Sources Manufacturers Association
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Vers : Select a Category
Vers : APEC 2003 Professional Education Seminars
Vers : Session Index

Number : 18th
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Date : February 9-13, 2003
Date : The Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach, Florida
Deadline : 8 juillet 2002
Notification : 6 septembre 2002
Final_paper : 22 novembre 2002 (contre 8 novembre 2002)


Liste des articles

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  [1] :  [ART304]  T. LEQUEU, D. MAGNON, G. KALVELAGE, P. AUBIN, Study and application of an innovating structure of converter: SPARC - Serial and Parallel Auto Regulated Configuration, APEC'2003, Miami, Floride, 9-13 February 2003.
  [2] :  [ART460]  A. Lidow, G. Sheridan, Defining the Future for Microprocessor Power Delivery, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 3-13
  [3] :  [ART461]  E. Lam, R. Bell, D. Ashley, Revolutionary Advances in Distributed Power Systems, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 30-40
  [4] :  [ART462]  Z.X. Liang, F.C. Lee, J.D. van Wyk, D. Boroyevich, E. Scott, J. Chen, B. Lu, Y. Pang, Integrated Packaging of a 1kW Switching Module Using Planar Interconnect on Embedded Power Chips Technology, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 42
  [5] :  [ART463]  Y. Chen, K. Smedley, F. Vacher, J. Brouwer, A New Maximum Power Point Tracking Controller for Photovoltaic Power Generation, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 58-68
  [6] :  [ART464]  V.M. Pacheco, L.C. Freitas, J.B. Vieira, Jr, E.A.A. Coelho, V.J. Farias, Stand-Alone Photovoltaic Energy Storage System with Maximum Power Point Tracking, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 97-107
  [7] :  [ART465]  S. Chandrasekaran, V. Mehrotra, Matrix Integrated Magnetics (MIM) for Low Voltage, Interleaved DC-DC Converters, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 103-113
  [8] :  [ART466]  S.H. Park, T.M. Jahns, A Self-Boost Charge Pump Topology for a Gate Drive High-Side Power Supply, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 126-136
  [9] :  [ART467]  L.Q. Wang, Y.S. Huang, Z.C. Zhang, K. Tang, Cascade Multi-Level Converters with Sample-Time-Staggered Space Vector Modulation, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 268-278
 [10] :  [ART468]  M. Sanz, P. Alou, R. Prieto, J.A. Cobos, J. Uceda, Magnetic-less Converter Based on Piezoelectric Transformers for Step-Down DC/DC and Low Power Application, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 615-625
 [11] :  [ART469]  Y.T. Jang, M.M. Jovanovi, A New Family of Full-Bridge ZVS Converters, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 622-632
 [12] :  [ART470]  M.P. Sayani, J. Wanes, Analyzing and Determining Optimum On-Board Power Architectures for 48V-input Systems, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 781-791
 [13] :  [ART471]  R. White, Emerging On-Board Power Architectures, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 799-809
 [14] :  [ART472]  U. Drofenik, J.W. Kolar, Teaching Thermal Design of Power Electronic Systems with Web-Based Interactive Educational Software, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 1029-1039
 [15] :  [ART473]  A.M. Zaghlol, W. Leonard, R.J. Culham, Characterization of Swaged Mixed Metals Heat Sinks, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 1037-1047
 [16] :  [ART474]  J.D. Pollock, T. Abdallah, C.R. Sullivan, Easy-To-Use CAD Tools for Litz-Wire Winding Optimization, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 1157-1167
 [17] :  [ART475]  H. VISAIRO, E. RODRIGUEZ, P. ALOU, J.A. COBOS,  Multi-Output Half-Bridge Converter with Single-Winding Self-Driven Synchronous Rectification, APEC2003, Miami Beach, Florida, 9-13 February 2003, pp. 341-347


Select a Category

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AC-DC Power Supplies and DC-DC Converters
AC-DC Power Supplies, Single Phase
AC-DC Pwer Supplies, Three Phase
DC-DC Converters, Hard-Switched
DC-DC Converters, Soft-Switched
Voltage Regulator Modules (VRMs)
Power Factor Correction and Utility Interface
Power Factor Correction, Single Phase
Power Factor Correction, Three Phase
Utility Interface and Power
Quality Lamp Ballasts and Lighting Systems
Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
Motor Drives and Inverters
AC Motor Drives
DC Motor Drives
Inverters, Single Phase
Inverters, Three Phase
PWM Techniques

Components
Semiconductors
Magnetic Devices and Materials
Capacitors
Resistors
Batteries and Chargers
Connectors

Packaging
Components
Assemblies and Circuits
Systems

Modeling, Simulation, and Control
Converters
Systems
Semiconductor Devices
Magnetic Devices

Manufacturing
Production Processes
Quality and Quality Systems
Test Processes Including Burn-In, ESS and HASS
Material Procurement/Management
Supplier Qualification/Management

General Design Topics
Power Electronic Applications
Thermal Management
Computer Aided Design Tools
Regulatory Agencies, Standards and Issues
Marketing, Sales and General Business


APEC 2003 Professional Education Seminars

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Sunday, February 9, 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
S.1 Switching Power Supply Design Basics
Marty Brown, Sierra Energy Management Systems
S.2 Advanced Simulation of Power Electronics and Motor Drives Using PSpice
Michael Giesselmann, Texas Tech University
S.3 MOSFET Avalanche Ratings Revisited
Marco Soldano, International Rectifier Corporation
S.4 AC Electric Machines: Modeling and Control
David A. Torrey & James M. Kokernak, Advanced Energy Conversion
S.5 EMC Enhanced Power Supply Design
Ernest H. Wittenbreder, Jr., Technical Witts
Sunday, February 9, 2:30 - 6:00 PM
S.6 Multiconverter Three-Phase Power Conversion Systems
Dorin O. Neacsu, Consultant
S.7 Sensorless Current Mode Control: A Line-Disturbance-Immune Controller for dc to dc Converters
Pallab Midya, Motorola Labs & Philip T. Krein, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
S.8 Power Packaging Techniques with Emphasis on High Current Applications
Douglas C. Hopkins, State University of New York – Buffalo
S.9 Synthesis of Advanced Control Methodologies for High-Grade Adjustable Speed Motor Drives: Theory and Applications
Babak Fahimi, University of Missouri – Rolla & H. A. Toliyat, Texas A&M University
S.10 Virtual Prototyping of Magnetic Components
Roberto Prieto & Pedro Alou, Technical University of Madrid Professional Education Seminars, Session Three
Monday, February 10, 8:30 AM - 12:00 Noon
S.11 Computer Aided Analysis and Design of Single Phase APFC Stages
Sam Ben-Yaakov, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev & Ilya Zeltser, Green Power Technologies
S.12 A Primer on Simulation, Modeling, and Design of the Control Loops of Switching Regulators
Bob Erickson & Dragan Maksimovic, University of Colorado, Boulder
S.13 Design criteria for modern power Semiconductor Devices in AC/DC and DC/DC Converter Applications
Gerald Deboy, Joachim Krumrey, Dirk Ahlers & Ilia Zverev, Infineon
S.14 Vehicular Power Electronics: Automotive and Aerospace Applications of Power Electronic Converters and Motor Drives
Mehrdad Ehsani, Texas A&M University & Ali Emadi, Illinois Institute of Technology
S.15 Integrated Power Magnetics Design Techniques
Ed Bloom, e/j Bloom Associates


Session Index

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Vers : SESSION 1: Plenary Session
Vers : SESSION 2: Inverters and Motor Drives
Vers : SESSION 3: Hard Switched Dc-Dc Converters
Vers : SESSION 4: Utility Interface
Vers : SESSION 5: Meeting the Challenge – The New Market Reality
Vers : SESSION 6: Three Phase Inverters
Vers : SESSION 7: BLDC Motor Drives
Vers : SESSION 8: Dc-Dc Converters – Control and Synchronous Rectification
Vers : SESSION 9: Single Phase PFC
Vers : SESSION 10: VRM General
Vers : SESSION 11: Reliability, Analysis, EMI and Testing
Vers : SESSION 12A: Soft Switching Inverters
Vers : SESSION 12B: Photovoltaic Converters
Vers : SESSION 13: PWM Techniques
Vers : SESSION 14: Soft-Switched, Low and Mid-Voltage Dc-Dc Converters
Vers : SESSION 15: Single-Phase PFC and Ac-Dc Converters
Vers : SESSION 16: VRM 12 Volt Input
Vers : SESSION 17: Components and Packaging
Vers : SESSION 18: Power System Architectures
Vers : SESSION 19: Induction Motor Drives
Vers : SESSION 20: Various Control Methods for Dc-Dc Converters
Vers : SESSION 21: Power Quality
Vers : SESSION 22: Semiconductors
Vers : SESSION 23: Modeling, Simulation and Controls
Vers : SESSION 24A: Thermal Issues
Vers : SESSION 24B: Synchronous Motor Drives
Vers : SESSION 25: High Voltage Soft-Switched Dc-Dc Converters
Vers : SESSION 26: Converters, Inverters and Circuits
Vers : SESSION 27: Magnetic Devices and Materials
Vers : SESSION 28: Lamp Ballasts


SESSION 1: Plenary Session

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Program Chair: James Kokernak, Advanced Energy Conversion, LLC
Monday, February 10, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM - Fontaine Room
1.1 Defining the Future for Microprocessor Power Delivery 3
A. Lidow, G. Sheridan, International Rectifier Corporation, El Segundo, CA
1.2 Scalable Data Center Architecture for On- Demand Power Infrastructure. 10
E. Landsman, American Power Conversion, Billerica, MA
1.3 Towards EMI Prediction of a PM Motor Drive for Automotive Applications 14
S. Chen, T.W. Nehl, Delphi Research Labs, Shelby Township, MI; J.S. Lai, X. Huang, E. Pepa,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA; R. De Doncker, I. Voss,
Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA), Aachen, GERMANY
1.4 Power Electronics in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Applications . 23
J.M. Miller, J-N-J Miller Design Services, P.L.C., Cedar, MI
1.5 Revolutionary Advances in Distributed Power Systems . 30
E. Lam, R. Bell, D. Ashley, National Semiconductor Corporation, Santa Clara, CA
1.6 Trends and Drivers in Isolated Board-Mount DC/DC Products for
Communications Applications. 37
M.P. Sayani, J. Wanes, Celestica, Inc., Toronto, CANADA
1.7 Integrated Packaging of a 1kW Switching Module Using Planar Interconnect on
Embedded Power Chips Technology . 42
Z.X. Liang, F.C. Lee, J.D. van Wyk, D. Boroyevich, E. Scott, J. Chen, B. Lu, Y. Pang, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA


SESSION 2: Inverters and Motor Drives

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Session Chairs: Juan Balda, University of Arkansas; Fabio Crescimbini, University "Roma Tre"
Tuesday, February 11, 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM - Fontainebleau A
2.1 A Novel Single-Stage Full-Bridge Buck-Boost Inverter . 51
C.M. Wang, Lunghwa University of Science & Technology, Kueishan, Taoyuan, TAIWAN
2.2 A New Maximum Power Point Tracking Controller for Photovoltaic Power Generation . 58
Y. Chen, K. Smedley, F. Vacher, J. Brouwer, University of California, Irvine, CA
2.3 A High-Frequency AC Distributed Power System with Dual PWM Buses . 63
S. Luo, Artesyn North America, Inc. Framingham, MA; L. Hua, Semtech Corporation, Camarillo, CA;
H. Mao, I. Batarseh, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
2.4 Model of Permanent Magnet Inductor Type Synchronous Motor 69
G.J. Yang, C.Y. Du, Y.P. Lu, L. Sun, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harpin, CHINA
2.5 Closed Loop Control of Excitation Parameters for High Speed
Switched-Reluctance Generators . 75
Y. Sozer, D. Torrey, Advanced Energy Conversion, LLC, Cohoes, NY
2.6 Sensorless Position Control of Active Magnetic Bearings Based on High
Frequency Signal Injection Method 83
J.S. Yim, J.H. Kim, S.K. Sul, H.J. Ahn, D.C. Han, Seoul National University, Seoul, KOREA
2.7 Carrier Phase-Shifted SPWM Based Current-source Multi-Converter . 89
Y. Xiong, Y. Zhang, K. Wei, Z. Zhang, Zhejjang University, Hangzhou, P.R.CHINA


SESSION 3: Hard Switched Dc-Dc Converters

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Session Chairs: Nathan Sokal, Design Automation, Inc.; Dan Jitaru, Ascom Rompower, Inc.
Tuesday, February 11, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau B
3.1 Stand-Alone Photovoltaic Energy Storage System with Maximum Power Point Tracking . 97
V.M. Pacheco, L.C. Freitas, J.B. Vieira, Jr, E.A.A. Coelho, V.J. Farias, Universidade Federal
de Uberlândia, Uberlândia, BRAZIL
3.2 Matrix Integrated Magnetics (MIM) for Low Voltage, Interleaved DC-DC Converters 103
S. Chandrasekaran, V. Mehrotra, Rockwell Scientific, Thousand Oaks, CA
3.3 High Performance Coupled-Inductor DC-DC Converters . 109
Q. Zhao, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
3.4 A Family of Buck-Type DC-DC Converters with Autotransformers . 114
K. Yao, Y. Ren, J. Wei, M. Xu, F.C, Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
Blacksburg, VA
3.5 Three-level Switching Cell for Low Voltage/High-Current DC-DC Converters . 121
Y. Zhu, B. Lehman, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
3.6 A Self-Boost Charge Pump Topology for a Gate Drive High-Side Power Supply 126
S.H. Park, T.M. Jahns, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI
3.7 A 1MHz Hard-Switched Silicon Carbide DC/DC Converter . 132
A.M. Abou-Alfotouh, A.V. Radun, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY; H.R. Chang, Rockwell Science Center, One Thousand Oaks CA; C. Winterhalter, Capstone Turbine Corporation, Chatsworth, CA


SESSION 4: Utility Interface

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Session Chairs: Jason Lai, Virginia Tech University; Johan Kolar, Eth Zurich
Tuesday, February 11, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau C
4.1 A New Topology of Active Filter to Correct Power-Factor Compensate Harmonics,
Reactive Power and Unbalance of Three-Phase Four-Wire Loads 141
B.N. Singh, P. Rastgoufard, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
4.2 Operation of Unified Constant-frequency Integration Controlled Three-phase
Active Power Filter with Unbalanced Load 148
T. Jin, K.M. Smedley, University of California, Irvine, CA
4.3 Implementation and Control of Grid Connected AC-DC-AC Power Converter
for Variable Speed Wind Energy Conversion System 154
S.H. Song, S.I. Kang, Chonbuk National University, Jeon-Ju, KOREA;
N.K. Hahm, Intech-FA Co Ltd, Gyungi, KOREA
4.4 A Three-phase Four-wire Power Conditioner with Load-Dependent Voltage
Regulation for Energy Saving . 159
S.J. Chiang, National Lien Ho Institute of Technology, Miao-Li, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
4.5 A New Three-Phase Harmonic-Free Rectification Scheme Based on
Zero-Sequence Current Injection 165
S.W. Choi, Seoul National University of Technology, Seoul, KOREA; C.Y. Won, SungKyunkwan
University, Suwon, KOREA; G.S. Kim, University of Seoul, Seoul, KOREA
4.6 Grid Synchronization Control without AC Voltage Sensors . 172
H. Zhu, B. Arnet, L. Haines, Solectria Corporation, Woburn, MA; E. Shaffer, US Army Research
Laboratory, Adelphi, MD; J.S. Lai, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
4.7 An Intelligent Control for the DG Interface to Mitigate Voltage Flicker . 179
M.I. Marei, E.F. El-Saadany, M.M.A. Salama, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, CANADA


SESSION 5: Meeting the Challenge – The New Market Reality

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Session Chairs: Bob White, Artesyn Technologies; Pietro Scalia, University of Palermo
Tuesday, February 11, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau D
5.1 An Analytical Framework for Market Research and Forecasting in the Power
Supply Industry 187
F. Xu, Darnell Group, Corona, CA
5.2 Power Electronics: From Electronic Plumbing to Business Enabler 191
A. Cheng, Gartner Dataquest, San Jose, CA
5.3 New Technical Marketing Research Methods - A Process for
Achieving Focused Results 196
A. Alderman, Anagenesis, Inc., Redondo Beach, CA; G. Kennedy, PEI Technologies, University of
Limerick, Limerick, IRELAND; K. Rinne, University of Limerick, Limerick, IRELAND
5.4 The Power System Challenge - Understanding the Total Picture 202
R. Malik, IBM, Research Triangle Park, NC
5.5 Application of the Dell Direct Model to the AC Inverter Market 209
J.E. Piatt, Praestar Technology Corporation, Waynesboro, PA
5.6 Providing REAL Customer Satisfaction 215
R. Cormier, Power Systems Consulting, Fairhaven, MA


SESSION 6: Three Phase Inverters

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Session Chairs: Russ Spyker, U.S. Air Force; Tim Haskew, University of Alabama
Tuesday, February 11, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Versailles Gallerie
6.1 6kV/1800kVA Medium Voltage Drive with Three-level NPC Inverter using IGCTs 223
W.H. Liu, Q. Song, X.R. Xie Y.H. Chen, G.G. Yan, Tshinghua University, Beijing, CHINA
6.2 A Neutral-Point Potential Balancing Algorithm for Three-Level NPC Inverters Using
Analytically Injected Zero-Sequence Voltage 228
Q. Song, W.H. Liu, Q.G. Yu, X.R. Xie, Z.H. Wang, Tshinghua University, Beijing, CHINA
6.3 Genetic Algorithm Based Design of the Active Damping for a LCL-Filter
Three-Phase Active Rectifier . 234
M. Liserre, A. Dell'Aquila, Politecnico di Bari, Bari, ITALY; F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University,
Aalborg, DENMARK
6.4 Evaluation of 1200V-Si-IGBTs and 1300V-SiC-JFETs for Application in Three-Phase
Very Sparse Matrix AC-AC Converter Systems . 241
F. Schafmeister, S Herold. J.W. Kolar, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich,
Zurich, SWITZERLAND
6.5 Current Control of 12-pulse Regenerative Converter for 20kA Magnetic Power Supply . 256
S.J. Jeong, S.H. Song, Chonbuk National University, Jeon-Ju, KOREA
6.6 Control Method for Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Inverter in Faulty Power Cells . 261
S. Wei, B. Wu, Ryerson University, Toronto, CANADA; F. Li, X.D. Sun, Tsinghua University,
Beijing, CHINA
6.7 Cascade Multi-Level Converters with Sample-Time-Staggered
Space Vector Modulation 268
L.Q. Wang, Y.S. Huang, Z.C. Zhang, K. Tang, Zhejiang University, Zhejiang, P.R.CHINA


SESSION 7: BLDC Motor Drives

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Session Chairs: Thomas Hopkins, State University of New York; Eric Persson, International Rectifier Corporation
Wednesday, February 12, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau A
7.1 A Supervisory Adaptive Fuzzy Variable Structure Speed
Controller for Brushless DC Motor withdrawn
H.L. Long, Y. Yu, M. Yang, D.G. Xu, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harpin, CHINA
7.2 Generalized Design Methodology of Reduced Parts Converters for Low Cost
BLDC Motor Drives 277
B.K. Lee, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; J.P. Hong, Changwon National University,
Kyungnam, KOREA; M. Ehsani, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
7.3 A Novel SMC-Fuzzy Speed Controller for Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Motor 281
H.L. Song, Y. Yu, M. Yang, D.G. Xu, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harpin, P.R.CHINA
7.4 BLDC Motor Full-Speed Operation Using Hybrid Sliding Mode Observer . 286
A.L. Hao, H. Toliyat, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
7.5 An Improved Current Control Method for Torque Improvement of
High Speed BLDC Motor 294
S.I. Park, T.S. Kim, Hanyang University, Seoul, KOREA; S.C. Ahn, PNA Electronics,
Anyang City, Kyunggi-do, KOREA; D.S. Hyun, Hanyang University, Seoul, KOREA
7.6 Improved Direct Back EMF Detection for Sensorless Brushless DC
(BLDC) Motor Drives 300
J. Shao, D. Nolan, T. Hopkins, STMicroelectronics, Schaumburg, IL
7.7 Sensorless Control of the BLDC Motors From Near Zero to High Speed . 306
T.H. Kim, B.K. Lee, M. Ehsani, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX


SESSION 8: Dc-Dc Converters – Control and Synchronous Rectification

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Session Chairs: Ada Cheng, Gartner Dataquest; Freddy Canizales, Alcatel Converters USA
Wednesday, February 12, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau B
8.1 Design and Control of Sensorless Current Mode dc-dc Converters . 315
J.T. Mossoba, P.T. Krein, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
8.2 Common Duty Ratio Control of Input Series Connected Modular DC-DC
Converters with Active Input Voltage and Load Current Sharing 322
R. Giri, R. Ayyanar, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; N. Mohan, University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis, MN
8.3 A DSP Based Controller for High-Power Interleaved Boost Converters . 327
X.D. Huang, T. Nergaard, J.S. Lai, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA;
X. Xu, Ford Research Lab, Dearborn, MI; L. Zhu, Ballard Power System Inc, Dearborn, MI
8.4 Compensation for Step-Load Variations when Applying Synergetic Control 334
A. Monti, R. Dougal, E. Santi, D. Li, K. Proddutur, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
8.5 Multi-Output Half-Bridge Converter with Single-Winding Self-Driven
Synchronous Rectification 341
H. Visairo, CENIDET, Cuenavaca, MEXICO; E. Rodríguez, Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya,
Celaya, MEXICO; P. Alou, J.A. Cobos, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, SPAIN
8.6 An Improved Self-Driven Synchronous Rectification for a Resonant Reset
Forward Converter . 348
X. Xie, J.M. Zhang, G. Luo, D. Jiao, Z. Qian, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, CHINA
8.7 New Self Driven Synchronous Rectification System for Converters with a
Symmetrically Driven Transformer . 352
A. Fernandez, J. Sebastian, M.M. Hernando, P. Villegas, J. Garcia, Universidad de Oviedo,
Gijon, SPAIN


SESSION 9: Single Phase PFC

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Session Chairs: Anatoly Shteynberg, Sipex Corp.; Sam Ben-Yaakov, Ben Gurion University
Wednesday, February 12, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau C
9.1 Input Impedance Analysis of Single-Phase PFC Converters . 361
J. Sun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
9.2 Improving the Performance of Boost PFC EMI Filters 368
S. Wang, F.C. Lee, W.G. Odendaal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
9.3 Control of Multiple Single Phase PFC Modules with a Single Low-Cost DSP 375
S. Kim, LITE-ON, INC., Houston, TX; P.N. Enjeti, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
9.4 Dead-Zone Digital Controller for Improved Dynamic Response of
Power Factor Preregulators 382
A. Prodic, D. Maksimovic, R.W. Erickson, CoPEC - University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO
9.5 Sample Correction for Digitally Controlled Boost PFC Converters Operating in
both CCM and DCM 389
K. De Gussemé, D.M. Van de Sype, A.P. Van den Bossche, J.A. Melkebeek, Ghent University,
Ghent, BELGIUM
9.6 Duty-Ratio Feedforward for Digitally Controlled Boost PFC Converters 396
D.M. Van de Sype, K. De Gussemé, A.P. Van den Bossche, J.A. Melkebeek, Ghent University,
Ghent, BELGIUM
9.7 A New Predictive Control Strategy for Power Factor Correction 403
W.F. Zhang, G. Feng, Y.F. Liu, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, CANADA;
B. Wu, Ryerson Polytechnic University, CANADA


SESSION 10: VRM General

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Session Chairs: Bill Dillard, Auburn University; Richard Redl, ELFI S.A.
Wednesday, February 12, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau D
10.1 1MHz Multi-Resonant Push-Pull 48V VRM 413
M. Ye, M. Xu, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
10.2 A Novel Quasi-Resonant Phase-Shifted Full-Bridge Converter for 48V Power Pods 420
Y.C. Ren, M. Xu, Y. Meng, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
10.3 Two-stage 48V Power Pod Exploration for 64-bit Microprocessor 426
Y.C. Ren, M. Xu, K.W. Yao, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
10.4 New DC/DC Converter with Low Output Voltage and Fast Transient Response 432
A. Barrado, R. Vázquez, A. Lázaro, J. Pleite, J. Vázquez, E. Olías, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid,
Madrid, SPAIN
10.5 A Scalable Multiphase Buck Converter with Average Current Share Bus 438
W.K. Huang, G. Schuellein, D. Clavette, International Rectifier Corporation, North Kingstown, RI
10.6 Time-Varying Current Observer with Parameter Estimation for Multiphase
Low-Voltage High-Current Voltage Regulator Modules . 444
J. Luo, N. Pongratananukul, J.A. Abu-Qahouq, I. Batarseh, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
10.7 Impact of Die Sensing on CPU Power Delivery 451
H.W. Koertzen, Intel Corporation, Hillsboro, OR


SESSION 11: Reliability, Analysis, EMI and Testing

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Session Chairs: Mike Schutten, General Electric CR&D; Timothy Groat, Stored Energy Systems
Wednesday, February 12, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Versailles Gallerie
11.1 Simulation of Industrial AC Drive System under Fault Conditions 457
H.H. Weatherford, Georgetown Steel Company, LLC, Georgetown, SC;
C.W. Brice, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
11.2 Ripple Current Cancellation Circuit 464
M.J. Schutten, R.L. Steigerwald, J.A. Sabaté, GE Global Research Center, Niskayuna, NY
11.3 High Reliable Power Electronic System Design Based on Bionics . 471
D.L. Li, X.N. He, Y. Deng, College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, CHINA
11.4 An Array-based Study of Increased System Lifetime Probability 476
C. Nesgaard, Technical University of Denmark, DENMARK
11.5 EMI Filter Design Method for Communication Power Sub-System . 483
S. Ye, Y.F. Liu, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, CANADA
11.6 Measurement-Based Characterization Method for Integrated Power
Electronics Modules . 490
L.Y. Yang, F.C. Lee, W.G. Odendaal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
11.7 Active Power Sharing in Hybrid Battery/Capacitor Power Sources 497
L. Gao, R.A. Dougal, S. Liu, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC


SESSION 12A: Soft Switching Inverters

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Session Chair: Mark Nelms, Auburn University
Wednesday, February 12, 8:30 AM-10:15 AM - French Rooms
12A.1 A Soft Switching Inverter Module with Modified DC-link Circuit for
High Frequency DC-AC Power Conversion .507
W. Shireen, R.A. Kulkarni, University of Houston, Houston, TX
12A.2 A New Control Scheme for High-Frequency Link Inverter Design . 512
S.Q. Deng, H. Mao, J. Mazumdar, I. Batarseh, K.K. Islam, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
12A.3 IGBT Device Application Aspects for 50-kW Zero-Current-Transition Inverters 518
Y.P. Li, International Rectifier Corporation, El Segundo, CA; F.C. Lee, D. Boroyevich, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
12A.4 DSP-based Multiple Peak Power Tracking for Expandable Power System 525
W.K. Wu, N. Pongratananukul, Apecor Corp. Orlando, FL; W.H. Qiu, K. Rustom, T. Kasparis,
I. Batarseh, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL


SESSION 12B: Photovoltaic Converters

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Session Chair: David Torrey, Advanced Energy Conversion, LLC
Wednesday, February 12, 10:45 AM-12:00 PM - French Rooms
12B.1 Independently Sourced Parallel-Connected Power Systems with
Maximum Power Tracking . 533
K. Siri, K.A. Conner, The Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, CA
12B.2 An Improved MPPT Converter using Current Compensation Method for
Small Scaled PV-Applications . 540
D.Y. Lee, H.J. Noh, D.S. Hyun, Hanyang University Hangdang-dong, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, KOREA;
I. Choy, Korea Institute Science and Technology, KOREA
12B.3 A 1   3W Grid-Connection PV Power Inverter with APF Based on Nonlinear
Programming and FZPD Algorithm 546
T.F. Wu, C.L. Shen, H.S. Nei, National Chung Cheng University, Ming-Hsiung, Chia-Yi, TAIWAN, R.O.C.


SESSION 13: PWM Techniques

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Session Chairs: Jian Sun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Agelidis Vassilios
Wednesday, February 12, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Fontainebleau A
13.1 Modified Low Switching Frequency Space Vector Modulators for High Power
Multi-Module Converters . 555
M. Saeedifard, A.R. Bakhshai, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, IRAN;
G. Joos, McGill University, Montreal, CANADA; P. Jain, Queens University, Kingston,
Ontario, CANADA
13.2 A General Space Vector PWM Control Algorithm for Multilevel Inverters 562
S. Wei, B. Wu, Ryerson University, Toronto, CANADA; F. Li, C.W. Liu, Tsinghua University,
Bejing, CHINA
13.3 Space Vector Based Bus Clamped PWM Algorithms for Three Level Inverters:
Implementation, Performance Analysis and Application Considerations . 569
A.R. Beig, V.T. Ranganathan, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, INDIA
13.4 A Reduced Common Mode Hysteresis Current Regulation Strategy
for Multilevel Inverters . 576
P.C. Loh, D.G. Holmes, Monash University, Clayton, AUSTRALIA; Y. Fukuta, T.A. Lipo, University of
Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
13.5 Design of Space Vector-Based Hybrid PWM Techniques for Reduced Current Ripple 583
H. Krishnamurthy, G. Narayanan, R. Ayyanar, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ;
V.T. Ranganathan, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, INDIA
13.6 Elimination of Harmonics in a Multilevel Converter with Non Equal DC Sources . 589
L.M. Tolbert, J. Chiasson, K. McKenzie, Z. Du, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
13.7 A Complete Solution to the Harmonic Elimination Problem 596
J. Chiasson, L.M. Tolbert, K. McKenzie, Z. Du, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN


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SESSION 14: Soft-Switched, Low and Mid-Voltage Dc-Dc Converters

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Session Chairs: John Bassett, Artesyn Technologies; Dragan Maksimovic, University of Colorado
Wednesday, February 12, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Fontainebleau B
14.1 Over Current Protection Methods for LLC Resonant Converter 605
B. Yang, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA;
M. Concannon, Eltek Energy A.S., Drammen, NORWAY
14.2 A Low Output Ripple DC to DC Converter Topology Using Voltage
Overlapping Technique 610
C.P. Liu, N.K. Poon, M.H. Pong, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, CHINA
14.3 Magnetic-less Converter Based on Piezoelectric Transformers for Step-Down
DC/DC and Low Power Application 615
M. Sanz, P. Alou, R. Prieto, J.A. Cobos, J. Uceda, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Madrid, SPAIN
14.4 A New Family of Full-Bridge ZVS Converters 622
Y.T. Jang, M.M. Jovanovi æ , Delta Products Corporation, Research TrIangle Park, NC
14.5 A New Duty-Cycle-Shifted PWM Control Scheme for Half-Bridge DC-DC
Converters to Achieve Zero-Voltage-Switching 629
H. Mao, J.A. Abu-Qahouq, S.Q. Deng, I. Batarseh, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
14.6 New Zero-Voltage-Switching Half-Bridge DC-DC Converter and
PWM Control Method . 635
H. Mao, J.A. Abu-Qahouq, S.G. Luo, I. Batarseh, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
14.7 A PWM Plus Phase-Shift Control Bidirectional DC-DC Converter . 641
C.H. Zhao, D.H. Xu, H.F. Fan, Zhejiang University, Hangzou, P.R.CHINA


SESSION 15: Single-Phase PFC and Ac-Dc Converters

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Session Chairs: Michael A.E. Andersen, Technical University of Denmark; Vladimir Muratov, Texas Instruments
Wednesday, February 12, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Fontainebleau C
15.1 Performance Evaluation of CoolMOS tm and SiC Diode for Single-Phase
Power Factor Correction Applications . 651
B. Lu, W. Dong, Q. Zhao, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
15.2 A Passive Clamp Circuit for BIFRED Converter . 658
V. Tuomainen, Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki, FINLAND
15.3 Reduction of Voltage Stresses in Buck-Boost-Type Power Factor Correctors
Operating in Boundary Conduction Mode . 664
L. Petersen, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, DENMARK; R.W. Erickson, University of
Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO
15.4 Switching Frequency Related Trade Off's in a Hard Switching
CCM PFC Boost Convert . 671
I. Zverev, Infineon Technologies AG, Munich, GERMANY
15.5 A Flexible and Low Cost Design for Flyback AC/DC Converter with
Harmonic Current Correction 677
L.K. Chang, H.F. Liu, National Chiao Tung University, Hsingchu, TAIWAN, ROC
15.6 A ZVS Approach for AC/DC Converter with PFC 684
N.K. Poon, C.P. Liu, M.H. Pong, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong, CHINA
15.7 A Multilevel Front-End Stage for Traction Systems with a Passivity-Based Controller . 690
A. Dell'Aquila, M. Liserre, V.G. Monopoli, Politechnic di Bari, Bari, ITALY;
C. Cecati, Università di L'Aquila, L’Aquila, ITALY


SESSION 16: VRM 12 Volt Input

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Session Chairs: Conor Quinn, Artesyn Technologies; Josa Cobos, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Wednesday, February 12, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Fontainebleau D
16.1 High Frequency DC:DC Power Conversion: The Influence of Package Parasitics 699
M. Pavier, A. Sawle, A. Woodworth, International Rectifier, Surrey, UNITED KINGDOM;
J. Chiu, C. Blake, International Rectifier, El Segundo, CA
16.2 Improvement of Transient Response in High-Current Output DC-DC Converters . 705
M. Hirokawa, H. Miyazaki, TDK R&D Corporation, Wesford, MA; K. Matsuura, TDK Corporation,
Chiba, JAPAN; T. Ninomiya, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, JAPAN
16.3 Analysis of the Buck Converter for Scaling the Supply Voltage of Digital Circuits . 711
A. Soto, A. De Castro, P. Alou, J.A. Cobos, J. Uceda, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,
MadrId, SPAIN; A. Lofti, Enpirion, Inc., Bloomsbury, NJ
16.4 Optimal Design of the Active Droop Control Method for Transient Response 718
K. Yao, K. Lee, M. Xu, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
16.5 A Novel Soft-Switched High-Frequency High-Efficiency High-Current 12V
Voltage Regulator --- The Phase-Shift Buck Converter 724
J. Wei, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
16.6 System Accuracy Analysis of the Multiphase Voltage Regulator Module 731
W.K. Huang, D. Clavette, G. Schuellein, M. Crowther, J. Wallace, International Rectifier Corporation,
North Kingstown, RI
16.7 A Novel Control Method for Multiphase Voltage Regulators 738
K.S. Lee, K.W. Yao, X. Zhang, Y. Qiu, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA


SESSION 17: Components and Packaging

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Session Chairs: Frank Cirolia, Ascom Energy Systems, Inc.; Doug Hopkins, State University of New York
Wednesday, February 12, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Versailles Gallerie
17.1 High Performance, Low Impedance Power Interconnects 747
D.E. Wood, Tyco Electronics - Elcon Products, Menlo Park, CA; J.T. DiBene, II, INCEP
Technologies, Inc., San Diego, CA
17.2 Power Connector Parameter Analysis by 2D . 751
S. Wang, F.C. Lee, W.G. Odendaal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
17.3 A Novel Rapid Charger of Lead-Acid Batteries with Energy Recovery . 756
H.J. Chiu, Chung-Yuan Christian University, Chung-Li, TAIWAN, R.O.C.; P.L. Pan, W.H. Yeh,
I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
17.4 A Novel Economical Single Stage Battery Charger with Power Factor Correction . 760
N. Mi, B. Sasic, J. Marshall, S. Tomasiewicz, Curtis Instruments, Inc., Mt. Kisco, NY
17.5 Reduce Capacitor Count 50% in Bus-Capacitor Arrays Using New Electrolyte . 764
L.L. Macomber, Cornell Dubilier, Liberty, SC
17.6 Power Supply with High Insulation Capability to Feed Electronics on the High
Potential Side in Power Distribution Networks . 767
L. Heinemann, ABB Calor Emag High Voltage Switchgears, Hanau, GERMANY;
J. Mast, G. Scheible, ABB Corporate Research Center, Ladenburg, GERMANY
17.7 Integrating Giant Magnetoresistive Current and Thermal Sensors in
Power Electronic Modules . 773
E.R. Olson, R.D. Lorenz, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI


SESSION 18: Power System Architectures

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Session Chairs: Stuart Hodge, Ascom Energy Systems, Inc.; James Williams, The Boeing Company
Wednesday, February 12, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - French Rooms
18.1 Analyzing and Determining Optimum On-Board Power Architectures for 48V-input Systems . 781
M.P. Sayani, J. Wanes, Celestica Inc., Toronto, CANADA
18.2 Technical Risk and Economic Factors in Telecom On-Board Power Design . 786
A. Wojtasik, B.E. Skoglund, Ericsson Power Modules, Stockholm, SWEDEN
18.3 Elimination of Numerical Oscillations in Power System Dynamic Simulation . 790
W. Gao, E. Solodovnik, R. Dougal, G. Cokkinides, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC;
A.P. Sakis Meliopoulos, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
18.4 A 30V/1MHz AC/AC Converter for High Frequency AC Distributed Power
System Applications 795
J.M. Zhang, X.G. Xie, Z.M. Qian, College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University;
F.Z. Peng, Michigan State University, MI
18.5 Emerging On-Board Power Architectures 799
R. White, Artesyn Technologies, Westminster, CO
18.6 Three Phase Active Harmonic Rectifier (AHR) to Improve Utility Input
Current THD in Telecommunication Power Distribution System 805
S. Kim, M. Harfman Todorovic, P.N. Enjeti, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
18.7 Surface Mount Power Converters 812
J. Flannery, Artesyn Technologies, Cork, IRELAND


SESSION 19: Induction Motor Drives

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Session Chairs: Babak Fahimi, University of Missouri-Rolla; Tim Lewis, United Defense LP
Thursday, February 13, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau A
19.1 A Novel Quasi-Resonant Inverter for High Performance Induction Motor Drives 819
S. Behera, S.P. Das, S.R. Doradla, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, INDIA
19.2 A Five-Level Inverter Voltage Space Phasor Generation for an Open-end
Winding Induction Motor Drive . 826
M.R. Baiju, K.K. Mohapatra, V.T. Somasekhar, K. Gopakumar, L. Umanand, Indian Institute of Science,
Banladore, INDIA
19.3 Optimal Low Switching Frequency Modulation of a Front-End Inverter Feeding Induction Motors . 833
C. Attaianese, C. Tomasso, University of Cassino, Cassino, ITALY
19.4 Robust Sensorless Speed Controller Design for SFO System of Induction Motor withdrawn
D.I. Kim, M.H. Shin, D.S. Hyun, Hanyang University, Seoul, KOREA
19.5 Experimental Results of the Current-Source PWM Inverter Fed Induction
Motor Drive with an Open-Loop Stator Current Control 839
M. Salo, H. Tuusa, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, FINLAND
19.6 Terminal Voltage Control of a Wind Turbine Driven Isolated Induction
Generator Using Stator Oriented Field Control . 846
D. Seyoum, M.F. Rahman, C. Grantham, University of New South Wales, Sidney, AUSTRALIA
19.7 Low-Cost SCR-Based Premium Power Quality Variable Speed Drive Technology . 853
D. Hammell, M. Holveck, E. Limpaecher, Princeton Power System, Princeton, NJ


SESSION 20: Various Control Methods for Dc-Dc Converters

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Session Chairs: Van Niemela, Fairchild Semiconductor; Tom Nath, Intel Corporation
Thursday, February 13, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau B
20.1 Control Loop Design for Two-Stage DC-DC Converters with Low
Voltage/High Current Output . 859
J.Y. Zhu, B. Lehman, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
20.2 Digital Controller Chip Set For Isolated DC Power Supplies 866
A. Prodic, D. Maksimovic, R.W. Erickson, CoPEC - University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO
20.3 A Detailed Analysis of a Resonant Gate Driver for PWM Applications 873
T. Lopez, G. Sauerlaender, T. Duerbaum, T. Tolle, Philips GmbH, Research Laboratories,
Aachen, GERMANY
20.4 Isolated Two-Inductor Boost Converter with One Magnetic Core . 879
L. Yan, B. Lehman, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
20.5 Design Comparisons Between Primary-Side Control and Secondary-Side Control
Using Peak Current Mode Controlled Active Clamp Forward Topology 886
L. Hua, Semtech Corporation, Camarillo, CA; S. Luo, Artesyn North America, Inc, Framingham, MA
20.6 Self-driven Constant Voltage Reset Circuit . 893
I.D. Jitaru, Ascom Rompower Inc., Tucson, AZ
20.7 A Simple Design for Paralleling Current-Mode Controlled DC-DC Converters 898
P. Li, B. Lehman, Northeastern University, Boston, MA


SESSION 21: Power Quality

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Session Chairs: Dan Chen, Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University; Dusan Graovac, ATENA GmbH
Thursday, February 13, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau C
21.1 A Reduced Rating Active Power Filter to Suppress Neutral Current
Harmonics in Three-Phase Four-Wire Systems withdrawn
S.W. Choi, M.S. Jang, Seoul National University of Technology, KOREA
21.2 A Suitable Control Strategy for Integrated Active Power Filter and
VAR Compensator for Unbalanced Conditions of the Power Mains . withdrawn
R.L.A. Ribeiro, C.B. Jacobina, E.R.C. Da Silva, A.M.N. Lima, LEIAM-DEE-UFPB-Brazil, BRAZIL;
F. Profumo, G. Pennetta, DIEI-Politecnico di Torino, ITALY
21.3 Impedance Emulation Method for a Single Phase Shunt Active Filter 907
S. Chattopadhyay, K. Rajaganesh, V. Ramanarayanan, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, INDIA
21.4 Design and Analysis of a Grid Interface with Neutral Pint Control Based on an
Interleaved Three-Phase Power Converter System withdrawn
D. Neacsu, B. Borowy, E. Lovelace, Satcon Technology Corporation
21.5 Direct Power Control for Three-Phase PWM Rectifier with Active Filtering Function 913
M. Cichowlas, M. Malinowski, M.P. Kazmierkowski, Warsaw University of Technology,
Warsaw, POLAND; F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, Aalborg, DENMARK
21.6 A Novel Configuration of Unified Power Flow Controller . 919
J. Wang, F.Z. Peng, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
21.7 A Hybrid Voltage Amplifier for Power Calibrator with Harmonics Analysis Capability . 925
H. Lavric, J. Nastran, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, SLOVENIA


SESSION 22: Semiconductors

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Session Chairs: Alex Craig, Fairchild Semiconductor; Arnold Alderman, International Rectifier
Thursday, February 13, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Fontainebleau D
22.1 Trench Gate IGBTs for Zero Current Switching Applications 933
D.I.M. de Silva, N.K. Shrestha, R. Azar, G.A.J. Amaratunga, F. Udrea, P.R. Palmer, University of
Cambridge, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM; D. Chamund, L. Coulbeck, P. Waind,
Dynex Semiconductors, Lincoln, UNITED KINGDOM
22.2 State-of-the-Art Low Voltage and High Voltage IGBTs in Soft Switching Operation . 938
R. Teichmann, TEICON Co., Dresden, GERMANY; S. Bernet, Berlin University of Technology, Berlin;
M. Luescher, ABB Switzerland, Ltd., Lenzburg, SWITZERLAND
22.3 Parameter Extraction for a Physics-Based Circuit Simulator IGBT Model . 946
X. Kang, E. Santi, J.L Hudgins, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC; P.R. Palmer, University
of Cambridge, Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM; J.F. Donlon, Powerex, Inc., Youngwood, PA
22.4 A New SMPS Non Punch thru IGBT Replace MOSFET in SMPS
High Frequency Applications 953
R. Francis, M. Soldano, International Rectifiers Corp., El Segundo, CA
22.5 De-Embedding of Reverse Recovery Losses in Fast Switching VRM Applications 958
T. Tolle, T. Duerbaum, R. Elferich, Philips Research Laboratories, Aachen, GERMANY
22.6 A Novel Si1-xGex/Si Hetero-junction Power Diode for the Fast-Switching
and the Soft Recovery 964
H. Qi, Y. Gao, R.L. Zhang, Xi'an University of Technology, Xi'an, P.R.CHINA
22.7 A Gate Driver Based Soft-Switching SiC Bipolar Junction Transistor 968
H. Yu, J. Lai, X. Huang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA;
J.H. Zhao, J. Zhang, X. Hu, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; J. Carter, L. Fursin,
United Silicon Carbide, Inc., New Brunswick, NJ


SESSION 23: Modeling, Simulation and Controls

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Session Chairs: Philip Cooke, Analog Devices, Inc.; Enrico Santi, University of South Carolina
Thursday, February 13, 8:30 AM-12:00 PM - Versailles Gallerie
23.1 Small-Signal Model of Variable-Frequency Flyback Converter. 977
B.T. Irving, Y. Panov, M.M. Jovanovi c , Delta Products Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC
23.2 An Adaptive Current Mode Fuzzy Logic Controller for DC-to-DC Converters 983
G. Feng, W.F. Zhang, Y.F. Liu, Queens University, Kingston, CANADA
23.3 Digital Control of a Boost Converter Using Posicast 990
Q. Feng, J.Y.Hung, R.M. Nelms, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
23.4 Instruction Set Modeling of Micro-Controllers for Power Converter Simulation . 996
N.J. Elias, Philips Research, Briarcliff Manor, NY
23.5 Large-Signal Model of a Downstream DC/DC Converter for Analysis and Design of
Front-End PFC Rectifier Using Computer Simulation 1002
J. Liu, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, Shaanxi, CHINA; T.G. Wilson, Jr., R. Wunderlich,
R.C. Wong, Transim Technology Corporation, Portland, OR; Q. Zhao, W. Dong, F.C. Lee, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
23.6 Frequency Response Analysis for DC-DC Converters Without
Small-Signal Linearization . 1008
J. Ly, K. Siri, The Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, CA
23.7 A Transient Prediction and Stability Analysis Tool for DC-DC Converters 1014
C. Gezgin, Tyco Electronics Power Systems, Mesquite, TX


SESSION 24A: Thermal Issues

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Session Chair: Dennis Gregory, Condor DC Power Supplies, Inc.
Thursday, February 13, 2:00 PM-3:45 PM - Fontainebleau A
24A.1 Fast Thermal Profiling of Power Semiconductor Devices Using Fourier Techniques 1023
J.J. Nelson, G. Venkataramanan, A.M. EL-Refaie, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI
24A.2 Teaching Thermal Design of Power Electronic Systems with Web-Based
Interactive Educational Software 1029
U. Drofenik, J.W. Kolar, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, SWITZERLAND
24A.3 Characterization of Swaged Mixed Metals Heat Sinks 1037
A.M. Zaghlol, R-Theta Inc., Ontario, CANADA; W. Leonard, R.J. Culham, University of Waterloo,
Ontario, CANADA
24A.4 An Iteractive Approach for Integrated Electro-Thermal Design
of a Distributed Power Supply Systems Module . withdrawn
T. Sang, Y. Wu, W.G. Odendaal, F.C. Lee, J.H. Bohn, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA


SESSION 24B: Synchronous Motor Drives

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Session Chair: Rakesh Dhawan, Wavecrest Laboratories
Thursday, February 13, 4:15 PM-5:30 PM - Fontainebleau A
24B.1 Robust Current Control and Commutation Tuning for an IPMSM Drive . 1045
C.J. Liaw, C.M. Liaw, National Tsing Hua University, HsinChu, TAIWAN, R.O.C.; H.C. Chen, Y.C. Chang, C.M. Huang, Industrial Technology Research Institute, HsinChu, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
24B.2 Quantitative Digital Positioning Control for Linear Motor Drive withdrawn
W.T. Su, C.M. Liaw, National Tsing Hua University, HsinChu, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
24B.3 An Inertia Identification Using ROELO for Low Speed Control of Electric Machine 1052
K.B. Lee, KOREA University, Seoul, KOREA; J.H. Song, Seoul National University of Technology, Seoul, KOREA; I. Choy, KIST, Seoul, KOREA; J.Y. Yoo, KOREA University, Seoul, KOREA


SESSION 25: High Voltage Soft-Switched Dc-Dc Converters

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Session Chairs: Chuck Mullett, ON Semiconductor; Bob Steigerwald, General Electric CR&D
Thursday, February 13, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Fontainebleau B
25.1 A New Three-Level Soft-Switched Converter . 1059
Y. Jang, M.M. Jovanovi c , Delta Products Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC
25.2 High Insulation Multiple Output Switch Power Supply Used for Driving of IGBTs in Medium-High Voltage Inverter . 1066
W. Fei, Z. Lu, L. Xia, D. Jiang, Z. Wu, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, P.R.CHINA
25.3 Study and Application of an Innovating Topology of Converter: SPARC - Serial and Parallel Auto Regulated Configuration 1070
T. Lequeu, D. Magnon, Microelectronics Power Laboratory, FRANCE; G. Kalvelage, P. Aubin, Faiveley Transport, FRANCE
25.4 The Zero-Voltage Switching(ZVS) Critical Conduction Mode(CRM) Buck Converter with Tapped-Inductor . 1077
J.H. Park, B.H. Cho, Seoul National University, Seoul, KOREA
25.5 Input Voltage Modulated High Voltage DC Power Supply Topology for Pulsed Load Applications . withdrawn
N. Vishwanathan, V. Ramanarayanan, Indian Institute of Science, INDIA
25.6 Transformer Secondary Leakage Inductance Based ZVS Dual Bridge DC/DC Converter 1082
M. Chen, D.H. Xu, J.S. Lou, M. Luo, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, P.R.CHINA
25.7 A Novel Zero-Voltage and Zero-Current-Switching Full-Bridge PWM Converter . 1088
T.T. Song, N.C. Huang, Sichuan University, Chengdu, CHINA


SESSION 26: Converters, Inverters and Circuits

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Session Chairs: Dorin Neacsu, Satcon Technology Corporation; Jaime Arau, CENIDET
Thursday, February 13, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Fontainebleau C
26.1 A Combined Front End DC/DC Converter . 1095
Y. Xing, L. Huang, X. Cai, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R.CHINA; S. Sun, Lite-On Electronics, Inc.,
Beijing, P.R.CHINA
26.2 Comparison Among ZVS Isolated PWM DC-DC Converters . withdrawn
J.E. Baggio, H.L. Hey, H.A. Gründling, H. Pinheiro, J.R. Pinheiro, Federal University of
Santa Maria, BRAZIL
26.3 High-Voltage High-Power Resonant Converter for Electrostatic Precipitator. 1100
S. Zheng, D. Czarkowski, Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, NY
26.4 MATLAB-based Simulation of Three-level PWM Inverter-fed
Motor Speed Control System 1105
X. Xie, Q. Song, G. Yan, W. Liu, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R.CHINA
26.5 Supervisory Control of a HV Integrated Starter-Alternator with Ultracapacitor
Support Within the 42 V Automotive Electrical System . 1111
D. Spillane, D. O'Sullivan, M.G. Egan, J.G. Hayes, PEI Technologies, University College Cork,
Cork, IRELAND
26.6 A Multilevel Inverter Topology for Inductively-Coupled Power Transfer 1118
J.I. Rodriguez, S.B. Leeb, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
26.7 Control Design and Testing of a Novel Fuel-Cell-Powered Battery-Charging Station . 1127
Z. Jiang, R.A. Dougal, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC


SESSION 27: Magnetic Devices and Materials

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Session Chairs: Glenn Skutt, VPT, Inc.; Khai Ngo, University of Florida
Thursday, February 13, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Fontainebleau D
27.1 Integration of Electromagnetic Passive Components in DPS Front-End
DC/DC Converter -
A Comparative Study of Different Integration Steps 1137
R. Chen, F. Canales, B. Yang, P. Barbosa, J.D. van Wyk, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
and State University, Blacksburg, VA
27.2 Magnetic Integration for Interleaved Converters . 1143
P. Zumel, O. García, J. Cobos, J. Uceda, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Madrid, SPAIN
27.3 Inductance Characterization of a High-Leakage Transformer 1150
J.G. Hayes, N. O’Donovan, M.G. Egan, University College Cork, Cork, IRELAND; T. O’Donnell,
National Microelectronics Research Centre, Cork, IRELAND
27.4 Easy-To-Use CAD Tools for Litz-Wire Winding Optimization . 1157
J.D. Pollock, T. Abdallah, C.R. Sullivan, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
27.5 Optimal Core Dimensional Ratios for Minimizing Winding Loss in High-Frequency
Gapped-Inductor Windings 1164
R.A. Jensen, C.R. Sullivan, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
27.6 Analysis and Design Optimization of Front End Passive Components for Voltage
Source Inverters . 1170
G. Chen, M. Rentzsch, F. Wang, D. Boroyevich, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,
Blacksburg, VA; S. Ragon, ADOPTECH, Inc., Blacksburg, VA; V. Stefanovic, V-S Drives, Afton, VA;
M. Arpilliere, Schneider Toshiba Inverter Europe, FRANCE
27.7 Low Profile Transformers and Modules Using Low Temperature Co-Fire Magnetic Tape . withdrawn
J.C. Bielawski, G. Slama, Midcom, Inc; R.L. Wahlers, A.H. Feingold, C.Y. Huang, M.R. Heinz, Electro Science Laboratories


SESSION 28: Lamp Ballasts

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Session Chairs: Bill Peterson, E&M Power; J.C. Johnson, Cooper Lighting
Thursday, February 13, 2:00 PM-5:30 PM - Versailles Gallerie
28.1 Arc Stabilization in Low-Frequency Square-Wave Electronic Ballasts for Metal Halide Lamps 1179
J. Ribas, J.M. Alonso, A.J. Calleja, J. Cardesín, J. García, M. Rico, University of Oviedo,
Gijon, SPAIN
28.2 A Single-Stage Electronic Ballast with Emergency Lighting Features 1185
Y.K. Chen, National Huwei Institute of Technology, Yunlin, TAIWAN, R.O.C.; Y.C. Wu, I-Shou
University, Kao-Hsiung, TAIWAN, R.O.C.; T.F. Wu, Y.E. Wu, National Chung Cheng University,
Chia-Yi, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
28.3 A New Proposal of Soft-Commutated Power Oscillator that can be Applied
as an Electronic Ballast for Fluorescent Lamps . 1191
F.R.S. Vincenzi, L.C. Gomes de Freitas, É.P. da Silva, E.A.A. Coelho, J.B. Vieira Jr.,
V.J. Farias, L.C. de Freitas, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, BRAZIL
28.4 A High Power Factor Electronic Ballast with a Single Switch and
Single Power Stage 1198
J.A. Vilela, Jr, A.R. Vaz, V.J. Farias, L.C. de Freitas, E.A.A. Coelho, J.B. Vieira, Jr, Universidade
Federal de Uberlândia, BRAZIL
28.5 Design and Performance of Digital Ballast for HPS Lamps 1205
W.Q. Zhang, D.G. Xu, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, CHINA; C.H. Lee, UIDUK University,
Kyeong-Ju, KOREA
28.6 LCLC Resonant Converter for Multiple Lamp Operation Ballast . 1209
C.Y. Liu, F.H. Teng, C.S. Hu, Z.C. Zhang, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, P.R.CHINA
28.7 Design of LCp Cs Resonant Inverters as a Power Source for HID Lamp Ballast
Applications 1214
C.H. Brañas, F.J. Azcondo, S. Bracho, University of Cantabria, Santander, SPAIN


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