PESC'2003, "Power Electronics Specialists Conference", June 13-19 2003, Acapulco, Mexico.
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Titre : PESC'2003, Power Electronics Specialists Conference, June 13-19 2003, Acapulco, Mexico.

Cité dans : [CONF012] PESC, Power Electronics Specialists Conference, PELS Society, juin 2007.
Cité dans :[99DIV081] Dates des congrès sur les Convertisseurs Statiques, avril 2013.
Site : http://www.pels.org - the Power Electronics Society Home Page.

Number : 34
Date : June 15-19, 2003
Lieu : Acapulco, Mexico
Abstracts : October 11, 2002
Abstracts : October 24, 2002
Acceptance : February 7, 2003
Manuscripts : April 11, 2003
Site : http://www.pesc03.org
Lien : PESC/PESC2003/default.htm - le 28 septembre 2002.
Lien : PESC/PESC2003/Call_20for_20papers_20Pesc03-3.pdf - 150 Ko, le 31 août 2002.

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Select a Category

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DC-DC converters
Inverters and inverter control techniques
Power semiconductor devices
CAD modeling
Integration, packaging and modules
DSP applications
Integrated diagnostics/Intelligent systems
Rectifiers and AC-AC converters
Motor drives
Power quality and utility interface issues
Passive components
Energy storage
Aerospace power applications
Alternative energy resources/distributed generation


Liste des articles

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  [1] :  [ART364]  T. LEQUEU, G. KALVELAGE, P. AUBIN, How the New SPARC Topology can Reduce the size of Passive Filters, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.
  [2] :  [ART478]  J. WALTER, R.W. DE DONCKER, High-Power Galvanically Isolated DC/DC Converter Topology for Future Automobiles, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.
  [3] :  [ART479]  F.Z. PENG, F. ZHANG, Z. QIAN, A Novel Compact DC-DC Converter for 42 V Systems, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003, pp. 33-38.
  [4] :  [ART480]  X. Liang, J. Wei, X. Ruan, An Interleaved Three-Level Forward Converter --Suitable For the Application of Voltage Regulator Module(VRM), PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.
  [5] :  [ART481]  D. Vasic, F. Costa, E. Sarraute, A New Method to Design Piezoelectric Transformer used in MOSFET & IGBT Gate Drive Circuits, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.
  [6] :  [ART482]  G. Ivensky, S. Bronstein, S. Ben-Yaakov, A Comparison of AC/DC Piezoelectric Transformer Converters with Current Doubler and Voltage Doubler Rectifiers, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.
  [7] :  [ART483]  O. Alonso, P. Sanchis, E. Gubía, L. Marroyo, Cascaded H-bridge Multilevel Converter for Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Generators with Independent Maximum Power Point Tracking of each Solar Array, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003, pp. 731-735.
  [8] :  [ART484]  N. Vazquez, C. Hernandez, D. Cortes, J. Alvarez, A New Non-Linear Control Strategy for the Boost Inverter, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.
  [9] :  [ART485]  N. Roux, F. Richardeau, H. Foch, Self-Switching and Protected Converters: New Cells Synthesis, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.
 [10] :  [ART554]  M. PAVLOVSKY, S.W.H. DE HAAN, J.A. FERREIRA, A ZVS, quasi-ZCS converter with an improved power rating for 14/42V automotive application, IEEE 34th Annual Conference on Power Electronics Specialist, PESC '03, 15-19 June 2003, Vol. 2, pp. 628-633.
 [11] :  [ART555]  M. CHAVES, L. PERRO, A. ROQUE, D. PRATA, J. MAIA, P. VERDELHO, J. ESTEVES, Modelling and simulation of an electrical differential, for a kart with two independent wheel drives, Electrimacs 99 : modelling and simulation of electric machines converters an


Liste des sessions

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Vers : SESSION 1: Plenary
Vers : SESSION 2: Automotive Applications of DC/DC Converters
Vers : SESSION 3: Neutral-point Clamped Converters
Vers : SESSION 4: Power Quality Issues I
Vers : SESSION 5: Energy Storage
Vers : SESSION 6: Modeling and Simulation
Vers : SESSION 7: Synchronous Rectifiers & VRM's
Vers : SESSION 8: Inverter Modulation Techniques
Vers : SESSION 9: New Semiconductor Technologies
Vers : SESSION 10: PMSM Drives
Vers : SESSION 11: Passive Components I
Vers : SESSION 12: Power Line Conditioners
Vers : SESSION 13: Digital Techiques Applied to Power Electronics
Vers : SESSION 14: DC/DC Converters I
Vers : SESSION 15: Fuel Cells Applications
Vers : SESSION 16: SRM Drives
Vers : SESSION 17: Integration, Packaging and Modules I
Vers : SESSION 18: Power Quality Issues II
Vers : SESSION 19: Inverters and Inverter Control Techniques
Vers : SESSION 20: Motor Drives
Vers : SESSION 21: DC/DC Converters II
Vers : SESSION 22: Rectifiers and AC/AC Converters I
Vers : SESSION 23: Alternative Energy Resources/Distributed Generation
Vers : SESSION 24: Power Quality and Utility Interface Issues
Vers : SESSION 25: Power Semiconductor Devices
Vers : SESSION 26: Passive Components II
Vers : SESSION 27: Integration, Packaging and Modules
Vers : SESSION 28: Miscellaneous Applications
Vers : SESSION 29: Boost Converters
Vers : SESSION 30: Lamps and Ballasts
Vers : SESSION 31: Power Quality Improvement Techniques
Vers : SESSION 32: 3 Phase AC/DC Converters
Vers : SESSION 33: Direct Torque Control
Vers : SESSION 34: EMI and Common-mode Currents
Vers : SESSION 35: Control Issues in DC/DC Converters
Vers : SESSION 36: Inverters for PV Systems
Vers : SESSION 37: Power Circuits Modeling
Vers : SESSION 38: AC Voltage Regulation
Vers : SESSION 39: Matrix Converters
Vers : SESSION 40: Inverter Modeling
Vers : SESSION 41: Snubbers and Related Issues
Vers : SESSION 42: Monitoring and Diagnostics
Vers : SESSION 43: DC/DC Converters III
Vers : SESSION 44: Inverter Control Techniques
Vers : SESSION 45: Induction Motor Control
Vers : SESSION 46: Rectifiers and AC/AC Converters II
Vers : SESSION 47: Power Quality Issues III
Vers : SESSION 48: Alternative Energy Resources
Vers : SESSION 49: DC/DC Converters Modeling and Analysis
Vers : SESSION 50: Inverters and its Control Techniques
Vers : SESSION 51: Topics in Motor Drives
Vers : SESSION 52: Single Phase Power Factor Correction
Vers : SESSION 53: PV Systems
Vers : SESSION 54: Motor Drives Design Aspects
Vers : SESSION 55: Utility Applications
Vers : SESSION 56: DC/DC Soft Switching Configurations
Vers : SESSION 57: Soft Switching Inverters
Vers : SESSION 58: Motor Control Techniques
Vers : SESSION 59: Power Semiconductor Devices II
Vers : SESSION 60: DC/DC Industrial Applications
Vers : SESSION 61: Inverter Design Issues
Vers : SESSION 62: Industrial Applications
Vers : SESSION 63: Rectifiers and AC/AC Converters III
Vers : SESSION 64: High Frequency Inverters


SESSION 1: Plenary

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Session Chair: Jaime Arau, CENIDET, MEXICO - Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 1-01 A Novel Control Concept for Reliable Operation of a Three-Phase Three-Switch Buck-Type
Unity Power Factor Rectifier with Integrated Boost Output Stage under Heavily Unbalanced
Mains Condition
M. Baumann, Vienna University of Technology, AUSTRIA; J.W. Kolar, Swiss Federal Institute of
Technology (ETH) Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Paper 1-02 A High-Power-Density DC/DC Converter for High-Power Distributed Power Systems
F. Canales, P. Barbosa, C. Aguilar , F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Paper 1-03 High-Performance Induction Motor Speed Control Using Exact Feedback Linearization with
State and State Derivative Feedback
T.K. Boukas, T.G. Habetler, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA


SESSION 2: Automotive Applications of DC/DC Converters

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Session Chair: Arthur Pfaelzer, Intronics Incorporated, USA
Paper 2-01 High-Power Galvanically Isolated DC/DC Converter Topology for Future Automobiles
J. Walter, R.W. De Doncker, ISEA, Aachen University, GERMANY
Paper 2-02 A Novel Compact DC-DC Converter for 42 V Systems
F.Z. Peng, F. Zhang, Michigan State University, USA; Z.M. Qian, Zhejiang University, CHINA


SESSION 3: Neutral-point Clamped Converters

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Session Chair: Patrick Wheeler, Nottingham University, UK
Paper 3-01 Synchronized Overmodulation Techniques for the Neutral-Clamped Inverters
V. Oleschuk, Power Engineering Institute of the Academy of Science of Moldova, MOLDOVA; B.K.
Bose, The University of Tennessee, USA; Z. Chen, Aalborg University, DENMARK
Paper 3-02 Natural Balancing of Neutral-Point-Clamped Converters under Pod Pulswidth Modulation
I.M. Salagae, H. du T Mouton, University of Stellenbosch, SOUTH AFRICA
Paper 3-03 Effects of Imbalances and Nonlinear Loads on the Voltage Balance of a Neutral-Point-Clamped Inverter
J. Pou, R. Pindado, Technical University of Catalonia, SPAIN; D. Boroyevich, CPES, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA


SESSION 4: Power Quality Issues I

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Session Chair: Johan Enslin, KEMA-TDC, NETHERLANDS
Paper 4-01 Hybrid Control of Multiple Inverters in an Island-Mode Distribution System
J. Liang, Imperial College London, UK
Paper 4-02 Flexible Development and Test System for 11kW Wind Turbine
R. Teodorescu, F. Iov, F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, DENMARK
Paper 4-03 Effects of Parasitic Parameters on EMI Filter Performance
S. Wang, F.C. Lee, D.Y. Chen, W.G. Odendaal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA


SESSION 5: Energy Storage

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Session Chair: Ned Mohan, University of Minnesota, USA
Paper 5-01 Strategy for Active Power Sharing in a Fuel-Cell-Powered Charging Station for Advanced
Technology Batteries
Z. Jiang, R.A. Dougal, University of South Carolina, USA
Paper 5-02 Design Methodology of a Combined Battery-Ultracapacitor Energy Storage Unit for Vehicle
Power Management
R.M. Schupbach, J.C Balda, University of Arkansas, USA; M. Zolot, B. Kramer, Center for
Transportation Technologies and Systems, USA
Paper 5-03 Multi-modular Current-Source Based Hybrid Converter for SMES
J. Li, D. Xu, Zhejiang University, CHINA; K.W.E. Cheng, D. Sutanto, The Hong Kong Polytechnic
University, HONG KONG


SESSION 6: Modeling and Simulation

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Session Chair: María Cotorogea, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 6-01 Semiconductors & Power Layout: New Challenges for the Optimization of High Power
Converter
R. Pasterczyk, MGE UPS System, FRANCE; C. Martin, J.L. Schanen, Laboratoire d'Electrotechnique de
Grenoble, FRANCE
Paper 6-02 A New Testing Tool for Power Electronic Digital Control
S. Lentijo, A. Monti, E. Santi, C. Welch, R. Dougal, University of South Carolina, USA
Paper 6-03 Large Time-Scale Electro-Thermal Simulation for Loss and Thermal Management of Power
MOSFET
J.H. Lee, B.H. Cho, Seoul National University, KOREA


SESSION 7: Synchronous Rectifiers & VRM's

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Session Chair: José Cobos, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, SPAIN
Juan Balda, University of Arkansas, USA
Paper 7-01 A Low-complexity, High-performance Digital Control Architecture for Voltage Regulator
Modules
S. Saggini, M. Ghioni, A. Geraci, Politecnico di Milano, ITALY
Paper 7-02 An Interleaved Three-Level Forward Converter --Suitable For the Application of Voltage
Regulator Module(VRM)
X. Liang, J. Wei, X. Ruan, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, CHINA
Paper 7-03 Multiphase Voltage Regulator Module with Self-Driven Synchronous Rectification
H. Visairo, CENIDET, MEXICO; E. Rodríguez, Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya, MEXICO; J.A. Cobos, P.
Alou, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, SPAIN
Paper 7-04 A Two Stage Voltage Regulator Module with Fast Transient Response Capability
P. Alou, J.A. Cobos, R. Prieto, O. García, J. Uceda, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, SPAIN
Paper 7-05 Switching Loss Contributions of Synchronous Rectifiers in VRM applications
T. Tolle, T. Duerbaum, R. Elferich, Philips Research Laboratories, GERMANY
Paper 7-06 New Switching Control for Synchronous Rectifications in Low-Voltage Paralleled Converter
System without Voltage and Current Fluctuations
H.S. Shimamori, K.I. Itakura, Fujitsu Limited, JAPAN; T.K. Kohama, Fukuoka University, JAPAN; S.Y.
Yamashita, Fujitsu Access Limited, JAPAN; T.N. Ninomiya, Kyushu University, JAPAN
Paper 7-07 General Concepts for High-Efficiency High-Frequency 48V DC/DC Converter
M. Xu, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA


SESSION 8: Inverter Modulation Techniques

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Session Chair: Jon Clare, University of Nottingham, UK
Paolo Mattavelli, University of Udine, ITALY
Paper 8-01 Optimal Pulse Width Modulation for Three-Level Inverters
T. Brueckner, Dresden University of Technology, GERMANY; D.G. Holmes, Monash University,
AUSTRALIA
Paper 8-02 Control Techniques for Multilevel Voltage Source Inverters
A.M. Massoud, S.J. Finney, B.W. Williams, Heriot-Watt University, UK
Paper 8-03 Synchronisation of Distributed PWM Cascaded Multilevel Inverters with Minimal Harmonic
Distortion and Common Mode Voltage
P.C. Loh, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE; D.G. Holmes, Monash University,
AUSTRALIA; T.A. Lipo, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Paper 8-04 Experimental Results of a Three-Level Voltage Source Inverter with Hysteresis-Band
Current Control and Hybrid PWM-SVM Voltage Control
M. Lafoz, I.J. Iglesias, S. Portillo, D. Ugena, Centro de Estudios y Experimentacion de Obras Publicas
(CEDEX), SPAIN
Paper 8-05 A DSP Peripheral Design for Three-Level Inverter Space Vector PWM Modulations
S. Li, Capstone Turbine Corp., USA; L. Xu, The Ohio State University, USA
Paper 8-06 Constant Frequency Current Modulation Algorithm Based on Linkage Flux
M.S. Carmeli, F. Castelli-Dezza, G. Superti-Furga, Politecnico di Milano, ITALY
Paper 8-07 A New Carrier-Based Discontinuous PWM Modulation Methodology for Four-Leg Voltage
Source Inverters
O. Ojo, P. Kshirsagar, Tennessee Technological University, USA


SESSION 9: New Semiconductor Technologies

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Session Chair: Bruno Allard, CEGELY-INSA-LYON, FRANCE
Paper 9-01 Development and Demonstration of Silicon Carbide (SiC) Motor Drive Inverter Modules
H.-R. Chang, E. Hanna, Rockwell Scientific Company, USA; A. Radun, University of Kentucky, USA
Paper 9-02 Silicon Carbide Power MOSFET Model and Parameter Extraction Sequence
T. McNutt, A. Mantooth, Univeristy of Arkansas, USA; A. Hefner, D. Berning, National Institute of
Standards and Technology (NIST), USA; S.-H. Ryu, Cree, Inc., USA
Paper 9-03 Inductor Design for Monolithic DC-DC Converters
S. Musunuri, P.L. Chapman, J. Zou, C. Liu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Paper 9-04 Large Area GaN HEMT Power Devices for Power Electronic Applications: Switching and
Temperature Characteristics
N.Q. Zhang, B. Moran, L. Shen, U. Mishra, E. Etzkorn, D. Clarke, University of California Santa
Barbara, USA; V. Mehrotra, S. Chandrasekaran, Rockwell Scientific Company, USA


SESSION 10: PMSM Drives

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Session Chair: Ralph Kennel, Wuppertal University, GERMANY
Paper 10-01 PMSM Servo System With Speed And Torque Observer
D.G. Xu, H. Wang, J.Z. Shi, Harbin Institute of Technology, CHINA
Paper 10-02 Direct Stator Flux Linkage Control Technique for a Permanent Magnet Synchronous
Machine
A.M. Llor, J.M. Rétif, X. Lin-Shi, CEGELY INSA, FRANCE; S. Arnalte, La Universidad CARLOS III de
Madrid, SPAIN
Paper 10-03 Precision Speed Control of PMSM using Disturbance Observer and System Parameter
Compensator
J.-S. Ko, K.-G. Kim, Y.-J. Lee, Wonkwang University, KOREA; I.-D. Kim, Pukyong National University,
KOREA
Paper 10-04 Cancellation of Torque Ripple Due to Nonidealities of Permanent Magnet Synchronous
Machine Drives
A.P. Wu, Northrop Grumman Space Technology, USA; P.L. Chapman, University of Illinois at Urbana-
Champaign, USA


SESSION 11: Passive Components I

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Session Chair: David Perrault, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Gerard Hurley, National University of Ireland, IRELAND
Paper 11-01 Reduced FEA-State Space Modeling of Stationary Magnetic Devices
J.D. Owens, P.L. Chapman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Paper 11-02 Filters with Inductance Cancellation using Printed Circuit Board Transformers
T.C. Neugebauer, D.J. Perreault, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Paper 11-03 Modeling and Analysis of Integrated Magnetic Components
H. Njiende, N. Froehleke, University of Paderborn, GERMANY; W.A. Cronje, Rand Afrikaans
University, SOUTH AFRICA
Paper 11-04 Stranded Wire With Uninsulated Strands as a Low-Cost Alternative to Litz Wire
X. Tang, C.R. Sullivan, Dartmouth College, USA
Paper 11-05 Integration of EMI Filter for Distributed Power System (DPS) Front-end Converter
R. Chen, S. Wang, J.D. van Wyk, W.G. Odendaal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Paper 11-06 Comparison of Different Technologies to Develop Inductors for Low-Power, Low-Voltage
DC/DC Converter Modules
M.J. Prieto, J.M. Lopera, J.A. Martín, J. Díaz, A.M. Pernía, Universidad de Oviedo, SPAIN
Paper 11-07 A New Method to Design Piezoelectric Transformer used in MOSFET & IGBT Gate Drive
Circuits
D. Vasic, F. Costa, E. Sarraute, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, SATIE CNRS, FRANCE


SESSION 12: Power Line Conditioners

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Session Chair: Stefanos Manias, National Technical University of Athens, GREECE
Paper 12-01 Experimental Verification of an Active Power Line Conditioner with a Fuzzy Logic Switch
Controller
P. Kirawanich, R. O'Connell, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA

Paper 12-02 Transformerless 1-Phase Active Power Line Conditioners
R. Strzelecki, M. Jarnut, G. Benysek, University of Zielona Gora, POLAND; H. Tunia, Technical University of Kielce, POLAND; G. Meckien, University of Technology & Agriculture, Bydgoszcz, POLAND

Paper 12-03 An Unified Scheme and Respective Algorithms for the Control of DC-Linked Double Converters in an Universal Power Quality Controller
J. Liu, Y. He, Y. Ye, X. Wang, Xi'an Jiaotong University, CHINA


SESSION 13: Digital Techiques Applied to Power Electronics

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Session Chair: Dushan Boroyevich, Virginia Tech, USA
Paper 13-01 Analysis and Implementation of a New PFC Digital Control Method
W. Zhang, G. Feng, Y.-F. Liu, Queen's University, CANADA; B. Wu, Ryerson Polytechnic University,
CANADA
Paper 13-02 Compact DSP Application for a 100kW DC Power Supply
H. Güldner, J. Losansky, H. Wolf, Dresden University of Technology, GERMANY
Paper 13-03 Application of Genetic Algorithms in EKF for speed Estimation of an Induction Motor
L. Cai, Y.H. Zhang, Z.C. Zhang, C.Y. Liu, Z.Y. Lu, Zhejiang University, CHINA


SESSION 14: DC/DC Converters I

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Session Chair: Fred Lee, Virginia Tech, USA

Paper 14-01 Freewheeling Current in Push-Pull Forward Converter
F. Zhang, H. Qin, H. Wang, Y. Yan, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, CHINA

Paper 14-02 Analysis of a Hybrid Phase Modulated Converter with a Current Doubler Rectifier in Discontinuous Conduction Mode
R. Surend, N. Mohan, University of Minnesota, USA; R. Ayyanar, Arizona State University, USA; R. Button, NASA Glenn Research Center, USA

Paper 14-03 A Comparison of AC/DC Piezoelectric Transformer Converters with Current Doubler and Voltage Doubler Rectifiers
G. Ivensky, S. Bronstein, S. Ben-Yaakov, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, ISRAEL

Paper 14-04 How the New SPARC Topology can Reduce the Size of Passive Filters
T. Lequeu, Ecole Polytechnique de Tours, FRANCE; G. Kalvelage, P. Aubin, FAIVELEY Transport, FRANCE

  [1] :  [ART364]  T. LEQUEU, G. KALVELAGE, P. AUBIN, How the New SPARC Topology can Reduce the size of Passive Filters, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.


SESSION 15: Fuel Cells Applications

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Session Chair: Hardus Odendaal, Virginia Tech, USA
Paper 15-01 Development And Control Of An Alkaline Fuel Cell Power Conditioner
T. Rocco, R.M. Duke, S.D. Round, University of Canterbury, NEW ZEALAND
Paper 15-02 Fuel Cell Powered UPS Systems: Design Considerations
W. Choi, P. Enjeti, J.W. Howze, Texas A&M University, USA
Paper 15-03 Structure Optimization of the Fuel Cell Powered Electric Drive System
B. Yuwen, X. Jiang, D. Zhu, Tsinghua University, CHINA


SESSION 16: SRM Drives

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Session Chair: Olorunfemi Ojo, Tennessee Tech. University, USA
Paper 16-01 Modeling Simulation and Performance Analysis of Switched Reluctance Motor Operating
with Optimum Value of Fixed Turn-On and Turn-Off Switching Angles
H.E. Akhter, V.K. Sharma, Jamia Millia Islamia University, INDIA; A. Chandra, K. Al-Haddad, Ecole de
technologie superieure, CANADA
Paper 16-02 Sensorless Control of Synchronous Reluctance Motors Considering the Stator Iron Loss with
Extended Kalman Filter
S.T. Senjyu, K.K. Kinjo, U.N. Urasaki, U.K. Uezato, University of the Ryukyus, JAPAN
Paper 16-03 An Auto-Calibrating Model for an 8/6 Switched Reluctance Motor Drive: Application to
Design and Control
C.S. Edrington, B. Fahimi, University of Missouri-Rolla, USA
Paper 16-04 Precise Analytical Modelling Magnetic Characteristics of Switched Reluctance Motor Drives
Using Two-dimensional Least Squares
X.D. Xue, K.W.E. Cheng, S.L. Ho, D. Sutanto, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HONG KONG


SESSION 17: Integration, Packaging and Modules I

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Session Chair: Igor Merfert, Otto von Guericke University, GERMANY
Paper 17-01 High Temperature, High Power Density Packaging for Automotive Applications
M. Gerber, J.A Ferreira, ITS Faculty, Delft University of Technology, NETHERLANDS; I. Hofsajer,
IETR, The Rand Afrikaans University, SOUTH AFRICA; N. Seliger, Siemens AG Corporate Technology,
GERMANY
Paper 17-02 Integrated Power Electronics Modules for 400V/10A Motor-Drive Applications Using Flip-Chip
Flex-Circuit Technology
Y. Xiao, H. Shah, S.Z. Parrila, T.P. Chow, R.J. Gutmann, CPES, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA;
T.M. Jahns, CPES, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Paper 17-03 New Smart Power Modules for Very Low-Power Drive Applications
J.-B. Lee, K.-Y. Jang, D.-W. Chung, B.-S. Suh, Fairchild Semiconductor, KOREA
Paper 17-04 High Density Integrated Electromagnetic Power Passives with Vertical Interconnect and
Stacked Structure
W. Liu, J.D. van Wyk, W.G. Odendaal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA


SESSION 18: Power Quality Issues II

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Session Chair: Joep Jacobs, Aachen University, GERMANY
Paper 18-01 A New On-Line Single-Phase to Three-Phase UPS Topology with Reduced Number of
Switches
S.B. Bekiarov, A. Emadi, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Paper 18-02 Buck-Boost Push-Pull High Power Factor Electronic Ballast
A.R. Seidel, F.E. Bisogno, R.C.D. Paiva, T.B. Marchesan, R.N. do Prado, Universidade Federal de
Santa Maria - UFSM, BRAZIL
Paper 18-03 A New Topology of Fault-current Limiter and Its Parameters Optimization
Z. Lu, D. Jiang, Z. Wu, Zhejiang University, CHINA
Paper 18-04 Bidirectional Switch for a Solid State Tap Changer
P. Bauer, R. Schoevaars, Delft University of Technology, NETHERLANDS


SESSION 19: Inverters and Inverter Control Techniques

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 19-01 Nonlinear Control Characteristic Research of Self-Oscillating Electronic Ballast
C.Y. Liu, P. Lin, F.H. Teng, Z.C. Zhang, Z.Y. Lu, Zhejiang University, CHINA
Paper 19-02 A Novel Dual-Randomization PWM Scheme for Power Converters
K. El Khamlichi Drissi, B. Wang, J. Fontanie, LASMEA, FRANCE; P.C.K. Luk, Cranfield University, UK
Paper 19-03 A Novel Delta-Sigma Modulated Space Vector Modulation Scheme using Scalar Delta-Sigma
Modulators
A. Hirota, Akashi National College of Technology, JAPAN; S. Nagai, Tsuyama National College of
Technology, JAPAN; M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, JAPAN
Paper 19-04 Fixed Frequency AC Current Mode Controller for a Three Phases Voltage Source Inverter
S. Pierfederici, J.-P. Martin, F. Meibody-Tabar, B. Davat, GREEN - ENSEM - INPL, FRANCE
Paper 19-05 Geometric Modeling and Analysis of a Family of ZVS Inverters
Q. Yu, R.M. Nelms, Auburn University, USA
Paper 19-06 Direct Torque Control with Imposed Switching Frequency and Torque Ripple Minimization
in an 11-Level Cascaded Inverter
J. Rodríguez, J. Pontt, S. Kouro, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, CHILE; P. Correa, Institut
für Leistungselektronik und Elektrische, GERMANY
Paper 19-07 Analysis of Sigma-Delta Modulation Techniques in Low Frequency DC-AC Converters
C. Sanchez, F. Ibañez, M. Alcañiz, J. Polo, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, SPAIN
Paper 19-08 FPGA-Based Random PWM with Real-Time Dead Time Compensation
S. Berto, S. Bolognani, M. Ceschia, A. Paccagnella, University of Padova, ITALY; M. Zigliotto,
University of Udine, ITALY
Paper 19-09 Topologies for Regenerative Cascaded Multilevel Inverters
J. Rodriguez, J. Pontt, E. Silva, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, CHILE; J. Espinoza, M.
Pérez, Universidad de Concepción, CHILE
Paper 19-10 A New Quasi-resonant DC Link Topology for Soft Switching of Voltage-Source Inverter
C. Attaianese, G. Tomasso, University of Cassino, ITALY
Paper 19-11 Mitigation of Non-Eliminated Harmonics of SHEPWM Three-Level Multipulse Three-Phase
Active Front End Converters with Low Switching Frequency for Meeting Std. IEEE-519-92
J. Pontt, J. Rodríguez, R. Huerta, J. Pavez, Universidad Federico Santa María, CHILE
Paper 19-12 Novel Control Schemes for the Hybrid Filter Applied in HVDC According to the Different Harmonic Measurement Schemes
D. Zhao, X. Yu, J. Chen, Z. Wang, Tsinghua University, CHINA; B. Liu, Jinzhou Power Capacitors Ltd., CHINA


SESSION 20: Motor Drives

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 20-01 Research on the Resonant Booster for Driving Ultrasonic Motors
G. Juping, S. Bin, J. Long, H. Minqiang, Southeast University Nanjing, CHINA; Nantong Institute
Technology, CHINA
Paper 20-02 Comparison of MRAS and Novel Simple Method for Position Estimation in PMSM Drives
M. Eskola, H. Tuusa, Tampere University of Technology, FINLAND
Paper 20-03 High Performance Sensorless Solutions for Induction Motor Control
V. Bostan, M. Cuibus, C. Ilas, R. Magureanu, University Politehnica Bucharest, ROMANIA
Paper 20-04 Vector and Scalar Modulation of Six-Phase Voltage Source Inverters
M.B.R. Correa, C.B. Jacobina, C.R. da Silva, A.M.N. Lima, E.R.C. da Silva, Universidade Federal de
Campina Grande, BRAZIL
Paper 20-05 Converter Topologies with Low Passive Components Usage for the Next Generation of
Integrated Motor Drives
C. Klumpner, F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, DENMARK; P. Thoegersen, Danfoss Drives A/S,
DENMARK
Paper 20-06 A Simple Current Control Algorithm for Torque Ripple Reduction of Brushless DC motor
Using Four-Switch Three-Phase Inverter
S.-H. Park, T.-S. Kim, S.-C. Ahn, D.-S. Hyun, Hanyang University, KOREA
Paper 20-07 Design of a Robust Stable Speed-Sensorless Induction Motor Direct Torque Control System
Using the RBFN
H.-S. Huh, K.-B. Lee, J.-H. Park, G.-T. Park, Korea University, KOREA; I Choy, Kwangwoon University, KOREA
Paper 20-08 A Proposal for the Propulsion System of a Series Hybrid Electric Vehicle
P. Caratozzolo, Cenidet, MEXICO; M. Serra, C. Ocampo, J. Riera, IRI / UPC - CSIC, SPAIN


SESSION 21: DC/DC Converters II

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 21-01 A Quasi-Resonant Quadratic Boost Converter Using a Single Resonant Network
L.H.S Barreto, E.A.A. Coelho, L.C. de Freitas , V.J. Farias, J.B. Vieira Jr, Universidade Federal de
Uberlândia, BRAZIL
Paper 21-02 A New Proposal of Switched Power Oscillator Applied as a Self-oscillating Auxiliary Medium
Open Loop Power Supply
L.C. Gomes de Freitas, E.A. Coelho, J.B. Vieira Jr., V.J. Farias, L.C. Freitas, Universidade Federal de
Uberlândia, BRAZIL
Paper 21-03 Signal Flow Graph Modeling of Cascade Boost Converters
M. Veerachary, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, INDIA
Paper 21-04 Optimized Control of the "Flying"-Capacitor Operating Voltage in "Gear-Box"-Charge-Pumps
E. Bayer, Texas Instruments Deutschland GmbH, GERMANY
Paper 21-05 A Three-Phase ZVS PWM DC/DC Converter with Asymmetrical Duty Cycle for High Power
Applications
D.S. Oliveira Jr., I. Barbi, Federal University of Santa Catarina, BRAZIL
Paper 21-06 An Efficient Active LC Snubber for Multi-Output Converters with Flyback Synchronous
Rectifier
M. Jinno, P.-Y. Chen, K.-C. Lin, I-Shou University, CHINA
Paper 21-07 A ZVS, Quasi-ZCS Converter with an Improved Power Rating for 14/42V Automotive
Application
M. Pavlovsky, S.W.H. de Haan, J.A. Ferreira, Delft University of Technology, NETHERLANDS
Paper 21-08 Implementing Sliding Mode Control for Buck Converter
M. Ahmed, M. Kuisma, K. Tolsa, P. Silventoinen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, FINLAND
Paper 21-09 New ZCS PWM Converter with Operating a Dual Converter
T.W. Kim, H.S. Kim, Kum-oh National Institute of Technology, KOREA
Paper 21-10 Intermittent Chaos in Switching Power Supplies Due to Unintended Coupling of Spurious
Signals
C.K. Tse, Y. Zhou, F.C.M. Lau, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HONG KONG; S.S. Qiu, South China
University of Technology, CHINA; Anhui University, CHINA
Paper 21-11 New Coupled-Inductors Current-Doubler Topology
J.A. Abu-Qahouq, H. Mao, I. Batarseh, University of Central Florida, USA
Paper 21-12 Novel Energy-Recovery Driving Circuit for Plasma Display Panel using Regenerative
Transformer
D.Y. Lee, J.H. Yang, B.H. Cho, Seoul National University , KOREA


SESSION 22: Rectifiers and AC/AC Converters I

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 22-01 A Single-Stage High Power Factor Voltage Regulator with Reduced Intermediate Bus
Voltage Stress
D.D.C Lu, D.K.W. Cheng, Y.S Lee, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, HONG KONG
Paper 22-02 A New Passive Soft-Switching Dual-Boost Topology For Power Factor Correction
Y. Liu, K. Smedley, University of California, Irvine, USA
Paper 22-03 Bi-polarity Phase-shifted Controlled Voltage Mode AC/AC Converters with High Frequency
AC Link
D.L. Chen, L. Li, Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, CHINA
Paper 22-04 Study of an AC-AC Flyback Converter Operating in DCM
J. Hoyo, H. Calleja, J. Arau, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 22-05 Realization of a Three-Phase Indirect Matrix Converter with an Indirect Vector Modulation
Method
M. Jussila, M. Salo, H. Tuusa, Tampere University of Technology, FINLAND
Paper 22-06 Comparative Study on Current Control for Three-Phase SVPWM Voltage-Source Converter
in Synchronous Rotating Frame Using Complex Vector Method
K. Dai, P. Liu, J. Xiong, J. Chen, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, CHINA
Paper 22-07 A New Passive Power Factor Corrector for Single-Phase Bridge Diode Rectifiers
R. Carbone, P. Corsonello , Università degli Studi "Mediterranea" Reggio Calabria, ITALY
Paper 22-08 A Novel and Efficient Control Strategy for Three-Phase Boost Rectifiers
Isfahan University of Technology, IRAN; D. Yazdani, A.R. Bakhshai, Isfahan University of Technology,
IRAN; P. Jain, Queen's University, CANADA
Paper 22-09 A High Power Factor Electronic Ballast with Mitigation of the Leakage Inductance Effects
J.A. Vilela, Jr., A.R. Vaz, A.S. Morais, E.A.A. Coelho, V.J. Farias, L.C. de Freitas, J.B. Vieira, Jr.,
Federal University of Uberlândia, BRAZIL
Paper 22-10 Robust Voltage Commutation of the Conventional Matrix Converter
L. Wei, T.A. Lipo, H. Chan, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Paper 22-11 Improved Hybrid-Parallel Power-Factor-Correction Converter
C.-F. Jin, T. Ninomiya, Kyushu University, JAPAN; S. Nakagawa, FIDELIX Co., Ltd, JAPAN


SESSION 23: Alternative Energy Resources/Distributed Generation

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 23-01 Cascaded H-bridge Multilevel Converter for Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Generators with
Independent Maximum Power Point Tracking of each Solar Array
O. Alonso, P. Sanchis, E. Gubía, L. Marroyo, Public University of Navarra, SPAIN
Paper 23-02 Virtual-Implemented Solar Cell System with New Cell Model
B.-H. Jeong, B.-H. Kang , G.-H Choe, Konkuk University, KOREA; J.-S. Gho, XILON Co. Ltd., KOREA;
Y.-M. Chae, SAMSUNG Electronics Co. Ltd., KOREA
Paper 23-03 Distributed Control of Renewable Generation Units with Integrated Active Filter
K.J.P. Macken, K. Vanthournout, J. Van den Keybus, G. Deconinck, R.J.M. Belmans, Katholieke
Universiteit Leuven, BELGIUM
Paper 23-04 A Simple Maximum Power Point Tracker for Grid Connected Variable Speed Wind Energy
Conversion System with Reduced Switch Count Power Converters
A.B. Raju, K. Chatterjee, B.G. Fernandes, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, INDIA
Paper 23-05 Power Smoothing in a Variable Speed Wind-Diesel System
R. Cárdenas, R. Peña, University of Magallanes, CHILE; J. Clare, G. Asher, University of Nottingham,
UK
Paper 23-06 A Novel Doubly-fed Induction Wind Generator Control Scheme for Reactive Power Control
and Torque Pulsation Compensation Under Unbalanced Grid Voltage Conditions
T. Brekken, N. Mohan, University of Minnesota, USA


SESSION 24: Power Quality and Utility Interface Issues

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 24-01 A Hybrid Compensation System with An Active Filter and Distributed Passive Filters in
Power Systems with Dispersed Generation
Z. Chen, F. Blaabjerg, J.K. Pedersen, Aalborg University, DENMARK
Paper 24-02 Harmonic Reference Current Generation for Unbalanced Nonlinear Loads
S. Kim, Lite-On, Inc., USA
Paper 24-03 Output Filter Design for a Grid-interconnected Three-phase Inverter
T.C.Y Wang, Z. Ye, S. Gautam, X. Yuan, GE Global Research Center, USA
Paper 24-04 Application of Iterative Learning Control to Active Power Filter and Its Robustness Design
X. Zha, J. Sun, Y. Chen, Wuhan University, CHINA
Paper 24-05 Comparative Analysis of Real Time Reference Generation Techniques for Four-Wire Shunt
Active Power Filters
V. Cárdenas, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, MEXICO; L. Morán, A. Bahamondes,
Universidad de Concepción, CHILE; J. Dixon, Universidad Católica de Chile, CHILE
Paper 24-06 A Current Source with One-Cycle Control and its Application in Serial Hybrid Active Power
Filter
G.Z. Chen, Zhejiang University, CHINA; K.M. Smedley, University of California Irvine, USA
Paper 24-07 Bi-flyback Single-Stage PFC Converter with Valley Switching Technique
W. Qiu, W. Wu, K. Rustom, H. Mao, I. Batarseh, University of Central Florida, USA
Paper 24-08 A New Control Technique Based on the Instantaneous Active Current Applied to Shunt
Hybrid Power Filters
S. Rahmani, F. Fnaiech, Ecole Superieure des Sciences et Technique de Tunis, TUNISIA; K. Al-Haddad,
Ecole de Technologie Superieure, CANADA


SESSION 25: Power Semiconductor Devices

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 25-01 Development of a High Voltage Intelligent Power Module(HVIPM)
T. Tanaka, T. Mizoshiri, E. Suekawa, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, JAPAN; I. Umesaki, Y.
Kawaguchi, Fukuryo Semiconductor Engineering Corporation, JAPAN; J.F. Donlon, Powerex
Incorporated, USA
Paper 25-02 The Use of a Formal Optimisation Procedure in Automatic Parameter Extraction of Power
Semiconductor Devices
A.T. Bryant, P.R. Palmer, Cambridge University, UK; J.L. Hudgins, E. Santi, X. Kang, University of
South Carolina, USA
Paper 25-03 A Finite Element Modeling of Dynamic Hot Spot Effects in MOSFET Dies Due To Voiding in
the Solder Die-Attach
D.C. Katsis, J.D. van Wyk, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Paper 25-04 CoolMOS Integral Diode: A Simple Analytical Reverse Recovery Model
R.K. Burra, K. Shenai, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA


SESSION 26: Passive Components II

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 26-01 Mixed Analytical and Numerical Design Method for Piezoelectric Transformers
A.M. Sánchez, M. Sanz, R. Prieto, J.A. Oliver, J.A. Cobos, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, SPAIN
Paper 26-02 Single Layer Iron Powder Core Inductor Model and Its Effects on Boost PFC EMI Noise
S. Wang, F.C. Lee, W.G. Odendaal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Paper 26-03 An Improved Calculation of Proximity-effect Loss in High Frequency Windings of Round
Conductors
X. Nan, C.R. Sullivan, Dartmouth College, USA
Paper 26-04 Analytical Thermal Model for Magnetic Components
L.M. Escribano, R. Prieto, J.A. Oliver, J.A. Cobos, J. Uceda, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, SPAIN


SESSION 27: Integration, Packaging and Modules

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 27-01 Generalized Frequency Plane Model of a Spiral Winding Structure Integrated Power Series
Resonator
L. Zhao, J.D. van Wyk, CPES, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Paper 27-02 Microprocessor Power Management Integration by VRB-CPU approach
X. Zhang, A.Q. Huang, N.X. Sun, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Paper 27-03 Evaluating Packaging Effectiveness in Power Electronics
J. Popovic, J.A. Ferreira, Delft University of Technology, NETHERLANDS; F.B.M. van Horck, Philips P2
Power Solutions, NETHERLANDS
Paper 27-04 Reduction of High-Frequency Conduction Losses Using a Planar Litz Structure
S. Wang, M.A. de Rooij, W.G. Odendaal, J.D. van Wyk, D. Boroyevich, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
and State University, USA


SESSION 28: Miscellaneous Applications

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Session Chair: Hugo Calleja, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 28-01 A New Approach to Intermittent Charging of Valve-regulated Lead-acid Batteries in Standby
Applications
M. Bhatt, G. Hurley, National University Of Ireland, IRELAND; W. Wolfle, Convertec Ltd., IRELAND
Paper 28-02 Towards a Sensor-less Current and Temperature Monitoring in MOSFET-Based H-Bridge
C. Buttay, D. Bergogne, H. Morel, B. Allard, R. Ehlinger, B. Pascal, CEGELY-INSA, FRANCE
Paper 28-03 Live Power Line and Lead Proximity Estimation via Real-time Electric Field Sensor
Z. Sorchini, P.T. Krein, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Paper 28-04 A Fully Digital Smart and Fast Lead-Acid Battery Charge System
J. Álvarez, J. Marcos, A. Lago, A.A. Nogueiras, J. Doval, C.M. Peñalver, Universidad de Vigo, SPAIN
Paper 28-05 An Approach to Improve Battery Run-time in Mobile Applications with Supercapacitors
L. Palma, P. Enjeti, J.W. Howze, Texas A&M University, USA


SESSION 29: Boost Converters

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Session Chair: Fang Lin Luo, NTU, SINGAPORE
Keyeu Smedley, University of California, USA
Paper 29-01 Performance Evaluation of a Boost Converter under Influence of Random Noise
A. Sangswang, C.O. Nwankpa, Drexel University, USA
Paper 29-02 A Modular Power Electronics Instructional Laboratory
R. Balog, P.T. Krein, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Paper 29-03 Peak Current-Mode Control for a Boost Converter Using an 8-bit Microcontroller
D. He, R.M. Nelms, Auburn University, USA
Paper 29-04 Dual Mode Control of Tri-state Boost Converter for Improved Performance
K. Viswanathan, R. Oruganti, D. Srinivasan, National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Paper 29-05 Complete Digital Control Method for PWM DCDC Boost Converter
C. Kranz, Infineon Technologies AG, GERMANY
Paper 29-06 A Zero-Current and Zero-Voltage-Switching PWM Boost Full-Bridge Converter
L. Zhou, X. Ruan, Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics, CHINA
Paper 29-07 A Step-Down Conversion Concept for a PWM-mode Boost Converter
C.V. Schimpfle, J. Kirchner, Texas Instruments Deutschland GmbH, GERMANY


SESSION 30: Lamps and Ballasts

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Session Chair: Mario Ponce, CENIDET, MEXICO
Marcos Alonso, Universidad de Oviedo, SPAIN
Paper 30-01 Analysis and Design of a HID Lamp Ballast with Sinusoidal Waveform Superposed with 3rd
Harmonic
J.M. Alonso, A.J. Calleja, E. López, J. Cardesín, J. García, Universidad de Oviedo, SPAIN
Paper 30-02 Solution to the Warm Up Problems on HID Sodium Lamp Ballasts Controlled by Resonant
Current
F. Rodriguez-Valdes, J. Avila H., Instituto Tecnologico de Veracruz, MEXICO
Paper 30-03 Design Optimization of the LCC Parallel-Series Inverter with Resonant Current Mode Control
for 250W HPS Lamp Ballast
J. Cardesín, M. Alonso, E.L. Corominas, A. Calleja, J. Ribas, M. Rico-Secades, J. García, Universidad
de Oviedo, SPAIN
Paper 30-04 Use of Saturable Inductor to Improve the Dimming Characteristics of Frequency-Controlled
Dimmable Electronic Ballasts
S. Lee, S. Chan, H. Chung, S. Hui, City University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG
Paper 30-05 Low Cost Power Control for LCC Series-Parallel Inverters with Resonant Current Mode
Control for HID Lamps
J. Cardesín, M. Alonso, E.L. Corominas, A. Calleja, J. Ribas, M. Rico-Secades, J. García, Universidad
de Oviedo, SPAIN
Paper 30-06 Difference-Integral Dimming Controller for the Single-Stage Back-Lighting Electronic Ballast
C.-H. Lin, K.-J. Pai, St. John's & St. Mary's Institute of Technology, TAIWAN
Paper 30-07 A Comparative Study of Random Switching Schemes for Eliminating Visible Striations in
Fluorescent Lamps
S.S.T. Lee, H.S.H. Chung, S.Y.R. Hui, City University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG


SESSION 31: Power Quality Improvement Techniques

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Session Chair: Luis Moran, Universidad de Concepción, CHILE
Paper 31-01 A Filter Bank Solution for Active Power Filter Control Algorithms
K.P Sozanski, R. Strzelecki, University of Zielona Gora, POLAND
Paper 31-02 A Robust Multilevel Hybrid Compensation System for 25kV Electrified Railway Applications
P.C. Tan, P.C. Loh , D.G. Holmes, Monash University, AUSTRALIA
Paper 31-03 Current Regulation for a Series Active Filter Integrated with a Diode Rectifier
A.D. le Roux, H.du T. Mouton, University of Stellenbosch, SOUTH AFRICA; H. Akagi, Tokyo Institute
of Technology, JAPAN
Paper 31-04 A Novel Comprehensive Compensator for Electrified Railway System
Y. Wang, Z. Wang, J. Yang, J. Liu, Z. Fu, Y. Duan, Y. Hua, Xi'an Jiaotong University , CHINA
Paper 31-05 Digital Control of a Single-Phase Shunt Active Filter
R. Griñó, R. Costa-Castelló, E. Fossas , Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña, SPAIN
Paper 31-06 Multilevel Voltage Source Power Quality Conditioner
R. Strzelecki, M. Jarnut, E. Kot, A. Kempski, G. Benysek, University of Zielona Gora, POLAND
Paper 31-07 A New Hybrid Parallel Active Filter
Y. Wang, Z. Wang, J. Yang, J. Liu, Y. Duan, Z. Fu, Y. Hua, Xi'an Jiaotong University , CHINA


SESSION 32: 3 Phase AC/DC Converters

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Session Chair: Jose Durán, Instituto Tecnológico de Chihuahua, MEXICO
Johann Kolar, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, SWITZERLAND
Paper 32-01 'Sensorless' Control of 4-Quadrant-Rectifiers for Voltage Source Inverters (VSI)
R. Kennel, M. Linke, P. Szczupak, University of Wuppertal, GERMANY
Paper 32-02 Space Vector Modulation and Control of a Unidirectional Three-Phase/Level/Switch VIENNA
I Rectifier with LCL-type AC filter
T. Viitanen, H. Tuusa, Tampere University of Technology, FINLAND
Paper 32-03 A Half-Power Rating Improved 3-Phase Six-Switch Boost Rectifier using Two Half Controlled
Configurations with a Common DC Bus
D. Panda, T.A. Lipo, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Paper 32-04 A Three-Phase Three-Switch Two-Level PWM Rectifier
D. Borgonovo, Y. Rômulo de Novaes, I. Barbi, Federal University of Santa Catarina, BRAZIL
Paper 32-05 Nonlinear Control Technique for Three-phase Boost AC/DC Power Converter
A. Kaletsanos, F. Xepapas, S. Xepapas, S.N. Manias, National Technical University of Athens, GREECE
Paper 32-06 Advanced Modulation Scheme for Three-Phase Three-Switch Buck-Type PWM Rectifier
Preventing Mains Current Distortion Originating from Sliding Input Filter Capacitor Voltage
Intersections
T. Nussbaumer, J.W. Kolar, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, SWITZERLAND


SESSION 33: Direct Torque Control

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Session Chair: Patrick Chapman, University of Illinois, USA
Paper 33-01 Constant Frequency Torque and Flux Controllers for Direct Torque Control of Induction Machines
N.R.N. Idris, A.H.M. Yatim, N.D Muhamad, T.C. Ling, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, MALAYSIA
Paper 33-02 A Unified Flux and Torque Control Method for DTC-based Induction-Motor Drives
J.H. Ryu, K.W. Lee, J.S. Lee, Ajou University, KOREA
Paper 33-03 Hysteresis Band Determination of Direct Torque Controlled Induction Motor Drives with Torque Ripple and Motor-Inverter Loss Considerations
S. Kaboli, M.R. Zolghadri, Sharif University of Technology, IRAN; A. Emadi, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Paper 33-04 Hybrid Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation Based Direct Torque Controlled Induction Motor Drive
S.M. Udayar, B.G. Fernandes, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, INDIA


SESSION 34: EMI and Common-mode Currents

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Session Chair: Thomas Lipo, University of Wisconsin, USA
Paper 34-01 Suppression of Conducted EMI in Four-Quadrant AC Drive System
A. Kempski, R. Strzelecki, R. Smolenski, G. Benysek, University of Zielona Gora, POLAND
Paper 34-02 Minimization and Cancellation of Common-Mode Currents, Shaft Voltages and Bearing
Currents for Induction Motor Drives
C. Mei, Southeast Missouri State University, USA; J.C. Balda, W.P. Waite, University of Arkansas, USA;
K. Carr, Baldor Motors and Drives, USA
Paper 34-03 Fast EMI Prediction Method for Three-Phase Inverter Based on Laplace Transforms
B. Revol, J. Roudet, J.L. Schanen, Laboratoire d'Electrotechnique de Grenoble, FRANCE; P. Loizelet,
Schneider Toshiba Inverter Europe, FRANCE


SESSION 35: Control Issues in DC/DC Converters

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Session Chair: Gerardo Escobar, IPICYT-DMASC, MEXICO
Phil Krein, University of Illinois, USA
Paper 35-01 Pulse Train (tm), a Novel Digital Control Method, Applied to a Discontinuous Conduction Mode
Flyback Converter
M. Telefus, A. Shteynberg, iWatt Corporation, USA; M. Ferdowsi, A. Emadi, Illinois Institute of
Technology, USA
Paper 35-02 A Novel Quasi-Constant Frequency Hysteretic Current Mode Control Approach
X. Yang, Z.A. Wang, Xi'an Jiaotong University, CHINA
Paper 35-03 Effects of Closed-loop Control on HF Interactions Reduction within Distributed Power
Systems
M.F. Fisal, J.-C. Crebier, LEG, ENSIEG, INPG, FRANCE
Paper 35-04 Fast-Response Load Regulation of DC-DC Converter By means of Reactance Switching
T. Senanayake, T. Ninomiya, Kyushu University, JAPAN; H. Tohya, NEC Corporation, JAPAN
Paper 35-05 Digitally Controlled Converter with Dynamic Change of Control Law and Power Throughput
C. Nesgaard, M.A.E. Andersen, N. Nielsen, Technical University of Denmark, DENMARK
Paper 35-06 A Low-Cost Configurable PWM Controller Using Programmable System-On-Chip
Q.M. Li, Philips Research, USA
Paper 35-07 Stability Analysis of Linear-Non Linear Control (LnLc) Applied To Fast Transient Response
DC-DC Converters
A. Barrado, R. Vázquez, A. Lázaro, J. Pleite, J. Vázquez, E. Olías, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid,
SPAIN


SESSION 36: Inverters for PV Systems

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Session Chair: Dean Patterson, University of South Carolina, USA
Paper 36-01 Design Optimization of a Single Phase Inverter for Photovoltaic Applications
S.B. Kjaer, F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, DENMARK
Paper 36-02 Synthesis and Modulation of a Single Phase DC/AC Converter with High Frequency Isolation
in Photovoltaic Energy Applications
J. Beristáin, Instituto Tecnologico de Sonora, SPAIN; J. Bordonau, A. Gilabert, G. Velasco,
Universidad Politecnica de Cataluña, SPAIN
Paper 36-03 A Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulated Inverter Using Three-Winding High-Frequency Flyback
Transformer for PV Power Conditioner
S. Chandhaket, Y. Konishi, K. Ogura, E. Hiraki, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, JAPAN


SESSION 37: Power Circuits Modeling

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Session Chair: Antonello Monti, University of South Carolina, USA
Paper 37-01 A Unified SPICE Compatible Model for Large and Small Signal Envelope Simulation of Linear
Circuits Excited by Modulated Signals
S. Lineykin, S. Ben-Yaakov, Ben-Gurion University, ISRAEL
Paper 37-02 Three-Dimensional Animations of Power-Electronics Circuits Visualize Voltage and Current
C.R. Sullivan, Dartmouth College, USA
Paper 37-03 Unified Flyback Switching-Cell Model Including the Leakage Inductance Effects For SPICE
Simulation
W. Qiu, C. Iannello, I. Batarseh, University of Central Florida, USA; K. Rustom, APECOR , USA
Paper 37-04 Switching Parameter Maps - A New Approach to the Validity Domain of Power Device
Models
B. Allard, H. Garrab, W. Mi, K. Ammous, H. Morel, CEGELY, FRANCE


SESSION 38: AC Voltage Regulation

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Session Chair: William Dunford, University of British Columbia, CANADA
Jinjun Liu, Xi'an Jiaotong University, CHINA
Paper 38-01 Optimal Control Technique for AC VRM In High Frequency AC Power Distribution Systems
M. Qiu, Concordia University, CANADA; P.K. Jain, Queen's University, CANADA; H. Zhang, Cistel
Technology Inc., CANADA
Paper 38-02 An Efficient Compensator for Voltage Related Power Quality Problems In Distribution
Systems
A. Elnady, M.M.A. Salama, M. Kazerani, University of Waterloo, CANADA
Paper 38-03 An Efficient Control of the Series Compensator for Sag Mitigation and Voltage Regulation
M.I. Marei, E.F. El-Saadany, M.M.A. Salama, University of Waterloo, CANADA
Paper 38-04 Control and Testing of a Dynamic Voltage Restorer (DVR) at Medium Voltage Level
J.G. Nielsen, H.O. Nielsen, F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, DENMARK; M.J. Newman, Monash
University, AUSTRALIA
Paper 38-05 PWM Line Voltage Regulator with Integrated PFC
L. Rossetto, S. Buso, University of Padova, ITALY
Paper 38-06 Application of Zig-Zag Transformers in a Three-wire Three-phase Dynamic Sag Corrector
System
A. Bhadkamkar, PELCO, USA; A. Bendre, DRS Power & Control Technologies, USA; R. Schneider, W.
Kranz, D. Divan, SoftSwitching , USA
Paper 38-07 Next Generation Distribution Transformer: To Address Power Quality for Critical Loads
E.C. Aeloíza, P.N. Enjeti, Texas A&M University, USA; L.A. Morán, University of Concepción, CHILE; I.
Pitel, Magna-Power Electronics, Inc., USA


SESSION 39: Matrix Converters

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Session Chair: Fred Wang, Virginia Tech, USA
Paper 39-01 New Modulation Strategy for a Matrix Converter with a Very Small Mains Filter
S. Müller, U. Ammann, S. Rees, University of Stuttgart, GERMANY
Paper 39-02 Fast Commutation Processes and Demand of Bidirectional Switches in Matrix Converters
J. Adamek, W. Hofmann, M. Ziegler, Technische Universität Chemnitz, GERMANY
Paper 39-03 Analysis and Comparison of AC-AC Matrix Converter Control Strategies
M. Apap, J.C. Clare, P.W. Wheeler, K.J. Bradley, University of Nottingham, UK
Paper 39-04 Investigation of Dual-bridge Matrix Converter Operating under Unbalanced Source Voltages
L. Wei, Y. Matsushita, T.A. Lipo, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA


SESSION 40: Inverter Modeling

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Session Chair: Sudip Mazunder, University of Illinois, USA
Paper 40-01 Application of a Sinusoidal Internal Model to Current Control of Three Phase Utility-Interface
Converters
S. Fukuda, R. Imamura, Hokkaido University, JAPAN
Paper 40-02 Natural Balance of Multicell Converters
R.H. Wilkinson, H. du T Mouton, University of Stellenbosch, SOUTH AFRICA; T.A. Meynard, Institut
National Polytechnique de Toulouse, FRANCE
Paper 40-03 Direct Modeling of Envelope Dynamics in Resonant Inverters
Y. Yin, R. Zane, R. Erickson, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA; J. Glaser, G.E. Global Research
Center, USA


SESSION 41: Snubbers and Related Issues

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Session Chair: Hirofumi Matsuo, Nagasaki University, JAPAN
Paper 41-01 Application of Common-soure Active-Clamp Cincuit to Various DC-DC Converter Topologies
M. Shoyama, G. Li, T. Ninomiya, Kyushu University, JAPAN
Paper 41-02 New Snubbers with Energy Recovery into a Local Power Supply
G. Ivensky, S. Ben-Yaakov, Ben-Gurion University, ISRAEL; I. Zeltser, Green Power Technologies,
ISRAEL
Paper 41-03 Effect of Resonant Transition on Efficiency of Forward Converter with Active Clamp and
Self-Driven SR's
V. Tuomainen, J. Kyyrä, Helsinki University of Technology, FINLAND


SESSION 42: Monitoring and Diagnostics

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Session Chair: Thomas Habetler, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Paper 42-01 Parameter Monitoring of High-frequency Electronically Operated Discharge Lamp Systems
D.Y. Qiu, S.Y.R. Hui, S.H. Chung, City University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG
Paper 42-02 Stator Winding Fault Detection for an Induction Motor Drive Using Actuator as Sensor
Principle
J. Aguayo, A. Claudio, L.G. Vela, CENIDET, MEXICO; S. Lesecq, A. Barraud, Laboratoire
d'Automatique de Grenoble, FRANCE
Paper 42-03 A Model-in-the-Loop Interface to Represent Source Dynamics in a Hardware-Based DC
Distribution Testbed
W. Zhu, S. Pekarek, University of Missouri-Rolla, USA; J. Jatskevich, University of British Columbia,
CANADA; O. Wasynczuk, Purdue University, USA; D. Delisle, Naval Sea System Command, USA


SESSION 43: DC/DC Converters III

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Session Chair: Javier Uceda, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, SPAIN
Giorgio Spiazzi, University of Padova, ITALY
Paper 43-01 Negative Output Super-Lift Luo-Converters
F.L. Luo, H. Ye, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
Paper 43-02 A New High Static Gain Non-Isolated DC-DC Converter
R. Gules, L.L. Pfitscher, L. Franco, UNISINOS - Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, BRAZIL
Paper 43-03 A Novel Current-Tripler DC/DC Converter
J. Zhou, M. Xu, F.C. Lee, CPES, Virginia Polytechic Institute and State University, USA
Paper 43-04 A Novel Power Distribution System Using a Central Buck-Based Current Source for Multiple
Individually Regulated Outputs
S. Chakraborty, A.K. Jain, N. Mohan, University of Minnesota, USA
Paper 43-05 The Fast Response Double Buck DC-DC Converter (FRDB)
A. Barrado, R. Vázquez, A. Lázaro, J. Pleite, J. Vázquez, E. Olías, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid,
SPAIN
Paper 43-06 A HV Input High Frequency Non-Isolated DC/DC Converter
J. Guo, Semtech Corporation, USA?Paper 43-07 A Three Level Double-Ended Forward Converter
K.D. Coelho, I. Barbi, Federal University of Santa Catarina, BRAZIL


SESSION 44: Inverter Control Techniques

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Session Chair: Josep Guerrero, Univ. Politècnica de Catalunya, SPAIN
Vassilios Agelidis, University of Glasgow, UK
Paper 44-01 A New Non-Linear Control Strategy for the Boost Inverter
N. Vazquez, C. Hernandez, Instituto Tecnologico de Celaya, MEXICO; D. Cortes, J. Alvarez,
CINVESTAV, MEXICO; J. Arau, CENIDET, MEXICO; J.Q. Alvarez, CICESE, MEXICO
Paper 44-02 A Wireless Load Sharing Controller to Improve Dynamic Performance of Parallel-Connected
UPS Inverters
J.M. Guerrero, L. Garcia de Vicuña, J. Matas, J. Miret, M. Castilla, Universidad Politecnica de
Catalunya, SPAIN
Paper 44-03 Dynamic Digital Control Schemes for Three-phase UPS Inverters
J.J. Uys, H.J. Beukes, University of Stellenbosch, SOUTH AFRICA
Paper 44-04 Optimal Regulator with Integral Action and Gain-Scheduling for the Comprehensive Control
of Three-Level NPC VSI
S. Alepuz, Mataró School of Engineering, SPAIN; J. Salaet, A. Gilabert, J. Bordonau, J. Peracaula,
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, SPAIN
Paper 44-05 Control of Single-Phase Parallel-Connected Inverters: Fixed-Frequency Quasi-Sliding Mode
Control Approach and FPGA-based Implementation
R. Ramos, D. Biel, E. Fossas, F. Guinjoan, Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya, SPAIN
Paper 44-06 A Novel Load Sharing Control Technique for Paralleled Inverters
J. Tan, H. Lin, J. Zhang, J. Ying, Delta Power Electronics Center, CHINA
Paper 44-07 Redundant Parallel Control for Current Regulated Inverters with Instantaneous Current
Sharing
Y. Xing, L.P. Huang, Tsinghua University, CHINA; Y.G. Yan, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and
Astronautics, CHINA


SESSION 45: Induction Motor Control

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Session Chair: Hector Zelaya, ABB Corporate Research, SWEDEN
Emil Levi, John Moores University, UK
Paper 45-01 Optimal Speed Tracking Control of Induction Motor Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques
M. Rahmouni, G. Lachiver, Sherbrooke University, CANADA
Paper 45-02 Indirect Field Oriented Control for High Performance Induction Motor Drives Using Space
Vector Modulation with consideration of Core Loss
M.A. Mannan, T. Murata, J. Tamura, Kitami Institute of Technology, JAPAN; T. Tsuchiya, Hokkaido
University, JAPAN
Paper 45-03 A Novel Adaptive Observer for Very Fast Estimation of Stator Resistance in Sensorless
Induction Motor Drives
H.M. Kojabadi, L. Chang, R. Doraiswami, University of New Brunswick, CANADA
Paper 45-04 Speed Sensorless Stator Flux-Oriented Control of Induction Motor in the Field Weakening
Region Using Luenberger Observer
T.-S. Kuen, D.-S. Hyun, Hanyang University, KOREA; M.-H. Shin, Seoul National University of
Technology, KOREA
Paper 45-05 Sensorless Induction Motor Drive Incorporating Vector Controlled Scheme PWM Inverter-Fed
with Auto-Tuning Machine Parameter Estimation Strategy.
K. Soshin, Y. Okamura, Matsushita Electric Works, Ltd., JAPAN; A. Tarek, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi
University, JAPAN
Paper 45-06 Digital Synchronous Frame Current Regulation for Dual Three-Phase Induction Motor Drives
R. Bojoi, F. Profumo, A. Tenconi, Politecnico di Torino, ITALY


SESSION 46: Rectifiers and AC/AC Converters II

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Session Chair: Carlos Martínez, Universidad de Vigo, SPAIN
Mario Pacas, Universitat Siegen, GERMANY
Paper 46-01 Modulation Method for a Multiple Drive System based on a Two-Stage Direct Power
Conversion Topology with Reduced Input Current Ripple
C. Klumpner, F. Blaabjerg, Aalborg University, DENMARK
Paper 46-02 A Novel Control Approach to the DC Active Power Filter Used in a Low Ripple and Large
Stable/Pulse Power Supply
G.C. Xiao, Y.Q. Pei, K. Li, X. Yang, Z.A. Wang, Xi'an Jiaotong University, CHINA

Paper 46-03 Self-Switching and Protected Converters: New Cells Synthesis
N. Roux, F. Richardeau, H. Foch, LEEI - UMR INPToulouse CNRS, FRANCE

Paper 46-04 Power Factor Correction Using a Series Active Filter
F.Z. Peng, Z. Pan, S. Wang, Michigan State University, USA; A. Hiruma, Toshiba Carrier Corp., JAPAN
Paper 46-05 Average Modeling of a Hexagon Transformer and Rectifier
C.T. Tinsley, D. Boroyevich, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; E.M. Hertz, GM
Powertrain, USA; R. Caire, LEG-ENSIEG, FRANCE
Paper 46-06 Analysis of Common Mode EMI for Three-Phase Voltage Source Converters
R. Zhang, X. Wu, T. Wang, GE Global Research Center, USA
Paper 46-07 A Smart Synchronous Rectifier for 12 V Automobile Alternators
S. Rees, U. Ammann, University of Stuttgart, GERMANY


SESSION 47: Power Quality Issues III

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Session Chair: Hirofumi Akagi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN
Paper 47-01 Application of Compensators for Non-Periodic Currents
L.M. Tolbert, Y. Xu, J. Chen, J.N. Chiasson, The University of Tennessee, USA; F.Z. Peng, Michigan
State University, USA
Paper 47-02 A Novel Control Strategy for Power Active Filter Based on Modal Analysis of Power
Distribution System
M. Saitou, T. Takeshita, N. Matsui, Nagoya Institute of Technology, JAPAN
Paper 47-03 A Novel Technique For Optimising Harmonics And Reactive Power With Load Balancing
Under Non-Sinusoidal Supply And Unbalanced Load Conditions
S. George, V. Agarwal, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, INDIA
Paper 47-04 A New Complementary Method to Instantaneous Inactive Power Compensation
M. Tavakoli Bina, University of K. N. Toosi, IRAN


SESSION 48: Alternative Energy Resources

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Session Chair: Remus Teodorescu, Aalborg University, DENMARK
Paper 48-01 Efficiency Comparison for Microturbine Power Conditioning Systems
Z. Ye, T.C.Y. Wang, G. Sinha, R. Zhang, GE Global Research Center, USA
Paper 48-02 Design of Large Air-Gap Transformers for Wireless Power Transmission
K. O'Brien, H. Gueldner, Dresden University of Technology, GERMANY; G. Scheible, ABB Corporate
Research, GERMANY
Paper 48-03 Control of an Optimized Power Flow in Wind Power Plants with Doubly-Fed Induction
Generators
B. Rabelo, W. Hofmann, Technische Universität Chemnitz, GERMANY


SESSION 49: DC/DC Converters Modeling and Analysis

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Session Chair: Braham Ferreira, Delft University Of Technology, NETHERLANDS
Javier Sebastian, Universidad de Oviedo, SPAIN
Paper 49-01 Negative Output Multiple-Lift Push-Pull Switched-Capacitor Luo-Converters
F.L. Luo, H. Ye , Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE
Paper 49-02 Stability of Periodic Solutions for Multi-Topology DC-to-DC Power Converters
S.G. Kriventsov, J.S. Mayer, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Paper 49-03 Analysis and Optimization in Design of Randomized PWM Switching Patterns in DC/DC
Converters
H. Lev-Ari, A.M. Stankovic, Northeastern University, USA
Paper 49-04 Study on Chaotic Signal in Buck-Boost Circuit Based on Wavelet Transform
L. Wang , X. Wei , Northern Jiaotong University, CHINA
Paper 49-05 Extension of Bandwidth of Two-Stage DC-DC Converter with Low Voltage / High Current
Output
S. Abe, T. Ninomiya, Kyushu University, JAPAN; J. Yamamoto, T. Zaitsu, TDK Corp., JAPAN
Paper 49-06 Applying Transformer Concept To Non-isolated Voltage Regulators Significantly Improves
The Efficiency And Transient Response
J. Wei, K. Yao, M. Xu, F.C. Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Paper 49-07 Null Audio Susceptibility of Current-Mode Buck Converters: Small Signal and Large Signal
Perspectives
J.T. Mossoba, P.T. Krein, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA


SESSION 50: Inverters and its Control Techniques

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Session Chair: Fang Pen, Michigan State University, USA
Josep Bordonau, Univ. Politècnica de Catalunya, SPAIN
Paper 50-01 A Novel Hysteresis Current Controlled Dual Buck Half Bridge Inverter
J. Liu, Y. Yan, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, CHINA
Paper 50-02 Consideration of A Single-Switch Inverter for Piezo-Electric Transformer with A New Control
Method
Y. Ishizuka, K.-W. Lee, T. Oyama, H. Matsuo, Nagasaki University, JAPAN; T. Koga, Sanken Electric
Co., Ltd., JAPAN
Paper 50-03 A Novel Cascaded Multilevel Converter with a Single Non-isolated DC Link
D. Soto, R. Peña, L. Reyes, M. Vasquez, University of Magallanes, CHILE
Paper 50-04 A Single-Phase Resonant Snubber Inverter With Fixed Timing Control For A UPS
Q. Yu, R.M. Nelms, Auburn University, USA
Paper 50-05 Introducing The Low Switching Frequency Space Vector Modulated Multi-Modular Three-Level
Converters For High Power Applications Part I: Switching Strategies
M. Saeedifard, A.R. Bakhshai, Isfahan University of Technology, IRAN; P. Jain, Queen's University,
CANADA
Paper 50-06 A Switching Control Strategy based on Output Regulation Subspaces for the Control of
Induction Motor using a Three-level Inverter
M.M Prats, E. Galván, J.M. Carrasco, R. Portillo, University of Seville, SPAIN; G. Escobar, IPICYT,
MEXICO
Paper 50-07 A Fuzzy-Controlled Pulse Density Modulation Strategy for a Series Resonant Inverter with
Wide Load Range
J.M. Corrêa, E.D. Hutto, M.G. Simões, Colorado School of Mines, USA; F.A. Farret, Federal University
of Santa Maria, BRAZIL


SESSION 51: Topics in Motor Drives

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Session Chair: Francesco Profumo, Politecnico di Torino, ITALY
Paper 51-01 Fundamental Aspects of Ripple Correlation Control of Electric Machinery
J.R. Wells, P.L. Chapman, P.T. Krein, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Paper 51-02 Design of a Closed-Loop Controller for Mitigation of Torque Ripple in a Brushless DC
Machine
P. Beccue, S. Pekarek, D. Stutts, University of Missouri-Rolla, USA; J. Neely, Sandia National Labs,
USA
Paper 51-03 Control Design For A High Performance Amplitude/Phase Modulated Digital-To-Synchro
Switching Power Converter
C. Liu, J.-S. Lai, C. Smith, H. Yu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; J. Black, J.
Gander, BBG Inc., USA
Paper 51-04 Speed Control of High-Performance Brushless DC Motor Drives by Load Torque Estimation
K.-H. Park, T.-S. Kim, S.-C. Ahn, D.-S. Hyun, Hanyang University, KOREA


SESSION 52: Single Phase Power Factor Correction

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Session Chair: Sam Ben Yakov, Ben-Gurion University, ISRAEL
Carlos Aguilar, CENIDET, MEXICO
Paper 52-01 Input Current Distortion of CCM Boost PFC Converters operated in DCM
K. De Gussemé, D.M. Van de Sype, A.P. Van den Bossche, J.A. Melkebeek, Ghent University,
BELGIUM
Paper 52-02 1kW PFC Converter with Compound Active-Clamping
B. Feng, D. Xu, Zhejiang University, CHINA
Paper 52-03 Dynamic Limits of a Power Factor Preregulator
A. Fernandez, J. Sebastian, P. Villegas, M.M. Hernando, J. Garcia, Universidad de Oviedo, SPAIN
Paper 52-04 Predictive Digital Control of Power Factor Preregulator using Disturbance Observer for
Input Voltage Estimation
P. Mattavelli, University of Udine, ITALY; G. Spiazzi, P. Tenti, University of Padova, ITALY
Paper 52-05 Average Small-Signal Analysis of Power Factor Correctors Controlled by Conduction Angle
J. Sebastián, A. Fernández, P. Villegas, J. García, M. Hernando, Universidad de Oviedo, SPAIN
Paper 52-06 Single-Switch Power Factor Correction AC/DC Converter with Storage Capacitor Size
Reduction
A. Lázaro, A. Barrado, J. Pleite, R. Vázquez, J. Vázquez, E. Olías, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid,
SPAIN
Paper 52-07 A Unified Design of Single-Stage and Two-Stage PFC Converter
M. Orabi, T. Ninomiya, Kyushu University, JAPAN


SESSION 53: PV Systems

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Session Chair: Victor Anunciada, Instituto de Telecomunicações, PORTUGAL
Paper 53-01 A Simplified Nonlinear Power Source for Simulating PV Panels
L. Lopes, Concordia University, CANADA; A.-M. Lienhardt, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Industrielles de
Lille, FRANCE
Paper 53-02 Evaluation of Anti-Islanding Schemes Based on Non Detection Zone Concept
Z. Ye, A. Kolwalkar, Y. Zhang, GE Global Research Center, USA; R. Walling, GE Power Systems
Energy Consulting, USA; P. Du, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Paper 53-03 Harmonic Interaction between a Large Number of Distributed Power Inverters and the
Distribution Network
J.H.R. Enslin, KEMA TDC, NETHERLANDS; P.J.M. Heskes, ECN, NETHERLANDS
Paper 53-04 Electronic Converter for the Analysis of Photovoltaic Arrays and Inverters
P. Sanchis, I. Echeverría, A. Ursúa, O. Alonso, E. Gubía, L. Marroyo, Public University of Navarra,
SPAIN


SESSION 54: Motor Drives Design Aspects

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Session Chair: Edison Cabral da Silva, Univ. Federal de Campina Grande, BRAZIL
Paper 54-01 Evaluation of IGBT Multilevel Converters for Transformerless Traction Applications
S. Dieckerhoff, S. Bernet, D. Krug, Technical University of Berlin, GERMANY
Paper 54-02 Design of a Back-to-back Multilevel Induction Motor Drive for Traction Systems
A. Dell'Aquila, M. Liserre, V.G. Monopoli, Politecnico di Bari, ITALY; C. Cecati, Università di L'Aquila,
ITALY
Paper 54-03 An SCR-based Regenerative Converter for VSI Drives
N.R. Raju, Silicon Power Corporation, USA


SESSION 55: Utility Applications

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Session Chair: Zhe Chen, Aalborg University, DENMARK
Paper 55-01 Circuit-level Comparison of STATCOM Technologies
C.K. Lee, J.S.K. Leong, S.Y.R. Hui, S.H. Chung, City University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG
Paper 55-02 VSC-HVDC Station with SSSC Characteristics
F. AL Jowder, B.T. Ooi, McGill University, CANADA
Paper 55-03 Open Modular Power Electronics Building Blocks for Utility Power System Controller
Applications
F. Wang, S. Rosado, D. Boroyevich, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA


SESSION 56: DC/DC Soft Switching Configurations

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Session Chair: Tamotsu Ninomiya, Kyushu University, JAPAN
Praveen Jain, Queen's University, CANADA
Paper 56-01 1MHz Self-driven ZVS Full Bridge Converter for 48V Power Pods
Y. Ren, M. Xu, D. Sterk, F. Lee, CPES, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Paper 56-02 Design of a 5kW High Output Voltage Series-Parallel Resonant DC-DC Converter
F.S. Cavalcante, J.W. Kolar, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Paper 56-03 Resonant Power Supply for Magnetic Resonance Imaging Gradient Drivers
J. Sabate, M. Schutten, GE Global Research Center, USA; Q. Li, GE Global Research Center, CHINA;
W.F. Wirth, GE Medical Systems, USA
Paper 56-04 Transformer Parasitic Parameters and Lossless Inductive Snubber Assisted Zero Current
Soft Switching DC-DC Converter for High Power Magnetron Drive
M. Ishitobi, L. Gamage, S. Moisseev, K. Soshin, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, JAPAN
Paper 56-05 Full Bridge Soft-Switching Phase-Shifted PWM DC-DC Converter using Tapped Inductor
Filter
S. Moisseev, S. Sato, S. Hamada, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, JAPAN
Paper 56-06 A Precise ZVS Range Calculation Method for Full Bridge Converter
C. Yan, H. Wu, J. Zeng, J. Ying, J. Tan, Delta Power Electronics Center, CHINA


SESSION 57: Soft Switching Inverters

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Session Chair: Jose Rodriguez, UTFSM, CHILE
Paper 57-01 Three-Phase Two-Amplitude Actively Clamped Resonant DC-Link Inverter
D.H. Zhang, J.P. Ying, T. Liu, Zhejiang University, CHINA; J.T. Tan, Delta Power Electronic Center,
CHINA
Paper 57-02 A Feasible Loss Model for IGBT in Soft-Switching Inverters
M.C. Cavalcanti, E.R. da Silva, C.B. Jacobina, Federal University of Campina Grande, BRAZIL; D.
Boroyevich, W. Dong, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Paper 57-03 A New Soft-Switching Cell Usable in Bridge Converters
R.M.D. Monteiro, Instituto Politécnico de Tomar, PORTUGAL; A.V.A. Anunciada, Instituto Superior
Técnico, PORTUGAL
Paper 57-04 Gate Driver Based Soft Switching for SiC BJT Inverter
H. Yu, J. Lai, Virginia Polytechnical Institute, USA; J.H. Zhao, Rutgers University, USA; B.H. Wright,
United Silicon Carbide, Inc., USA


SESSION 58: Motor Control Techniques

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Session Chair: Ron Harley, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Paper 58-01 Independent Vector Control of a Seven-phase Three-motor Drive system Supplied from a
Single Voltage Source Inverter
M. Jones, E. Levi, S.N. Vukosavic, Liverpool John Moores University, UK; H.A. Toliyat, Texas A&M
University, USA
Paper 58-02 Position Control of Ultrasonic Motors Using Dead-Zone Compensation with Fuzzy Neural
Network
S.T. Senjyu, Y.T. Yoshida, U.K. Uezato, University of the Ryukyus, JAPAN; P.S. Panda, National
University of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Paper 58-03 Modular Control For Electromagnetic Aircraft Launching System
A. Monti, K. Patel, D. Patterson, R. Dougal, University of South Carolina, USA
Paper 58-04 Investigation of an On-line Rotor Resistance Identification with a New Stator Resistance
Observer for Induction Motor Drive using Artificial Neural Networks
B. Karanayil, M.F. Rahman, C. Grantham, The University of New South Wales, AUSTRALIA


SESSION 59: Power Semiconductor Devices II

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Session Chair: Alex Huang, Virginia Tech, USA
Paper 59-01 Power Diodes for Cryogenic Operation
R.R. Ward, W.J. Dawson, L. Zhu, R.K. Kirschman, GPD Optoelectronics Corp., USA; O. Mueller, Low
Temperature Electronics, USA; M.J. Hennessy, E. Mueller, MTECH Laboratories LLC, USA; R.L.
Patterson, J.E. Dickman, NASA Glenn Res. Center, USA; A. Hammoud, QSS Group Inc., USA
Paper 59-02 Cryogenic Study and Modeling of IGBTs
A. Caiafa, X. Wang, J.L. Hudgins, E. Santi, University of South Carolina, USA; P.R Palmer, University
of Cambridge, UK
Paper 59-03 Simulation of ARCP Converter with Physics-Based Circuit Simulator Device Models
X. Kang, A. Caiafa, E. Santi, J.L. Hudgins, University of South Carolina, USA; P.R. Palmer, University
of Cambridge, UK
Paper 59-04 Series Connection of IGBTs Used Multi-level Clamp Circuit and Turn off Timing Adjustment
Circuit
H. Nakatake, A. Iwata, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, JAPAN


SESSION 60: DC/DC Industrial Applications

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Session Chair: Friedrich Fuchs, University of Kiel, GERMANY
Paper 60-01 Three-Level Converters with the Input and Output Sharing the Ground
X. Ruan, J. Wei, Y. Xue, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, CHINA
Paper 60-02 Design Considerations for a 48VDC to ±400VDC Converter for UPS Applications
M. Hernando, P Villegas, A. Fernández, J. Sebastián, Universidad de Oviedo, SPAIN; J. Corral,
Chloride España S.A.U., SPAIN
Paper 60-03 High-Frequency Isolated DC/DC Converter for Input Voltage Conditioning of a Linear Power
Amplifier
G.H. Gong, J.W. Kolar, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, SWITZERLAND; H. Ertl,
Technical University Vienna, AUSTRIA


SESSION 61: Inverter Design Issues

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Session Chair: Juan Hernandez, ITESO, MEXICO
Paper 61-01 Dead-time Compensation in the Zero-Crossing Current Region
A.C. Oliveira, CEFET-MA, BRAZIL; C.B. Jacobina, A.M.N. Lima, E.R.C. da Silva, Universidade Federal
de Campina Grande, BRAZIL
Paper 61-02 Frequency Selectable Induction Heating Targets
J.I. Rodriguez, R. He, S.B. Leeb, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Paper 61-03 Experimental Evaluation of IGBTs for Characterizing and Modeling Conducted EMI Emission
Source in PWM Inverters
Q. Liu, W. Shen, F. Wang, D. Boroyevich, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA; V.
Stefanovic, V-S Drives, USA; M Arpilliere, Schneider Toshiba Inverter Europe, FRANCE


SESSION 62: Industrial Applications

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Session Chair: Prasad Enjeti, Texas A&M University, USA
Paper 62-01 Size and Cost Reduction of Storage Capacitor in AC/DC Converters under Hold-Up Time
Requirements
A. Lázaro, A. Barrado, J. Pleite, R. Vázquez, J. Vázquez, E. Olías, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid,
SPAIN
Paper 62-02 A Simple DC-DC Converter for the Power Supply of a Cochlear Implant
C. Fernández, O. García, J.A. Cobos, J. Uceda, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, SPAIN
Paper 62-03 A Three-Phase AC/AC High-frequency Link Matrix Converter for VSCF Applications
H.J. Cha, P.N. Enjeti, Texas A&M University, USA


SESSION 63: Rectifiers and AC/AC Converters III

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Session Chair: Grahame Holmes, Monash University, AUSTRALIA
Paper 63-01 Comparing Si and SiC Diodes Performance in a Commercial AC-to-DC Rectifier with Power
Factor Correction
M. Hernando, J. Sebastián, P. Villegas, A. Fernández, J. García, Universidad de Oviedo, SPAIN; M.
Rascón, Alcatel España S.A., SPAIN
Paper 63-02 Performance Improvement of Alternators with Switched-Mode Rectifiers
J.M. Rivas, D.J. Perrault, T. Keim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Paper 63-03 Design of Dual-Output Alternators with Switched-Mode Rectification.
G. Hassan, D.J. Perreault, T.A. Keim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA


SESSION 64: High Frequency Inverters

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Session Chair: Leon Tolbert, The University of Tennessee, USA
Paper 64-01 A Novel High-Frequency Current Output Inverter baed on an Immittance-Conversion
Element and a Hybrid MOSFET-SiC Diode Switch
T. Shimizu, H. Kinjyo, K. Wada, Tokyo Metropolitan University, JAPAN
Paper 64-02 Dynamic Performance of An APWM Resonant Inverter for High Frequency AC Power
Distribution Systems
M. Qiu, Concordia University, CANADA; P. Jain, Queen's University, CANADA; H. Zhang, Cistel
Technology Inc., CANADA
Paper 64-03 Cost Effective Soft-Switching PWM High Frequency Inverter with Minimum Circuit
Components for Consumer Induction Heater
T. Nishida, L. Gamage, H. Muraoka, E. Hiraki, M. Nakaoka, Yamaguchi University, JAPAN; H. Kifune,
Y. Hatanaka, Tokyo University of Mercantile Marine, JAPAN; H.-W. Lee, Kyungnam University, KOREA


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