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|AppLHy! – Transport und Anwendung von flüssigem Wasserstoff
|SupraGenSys - Design, Optimization and Evaluation of Energy-Efficient, Superconducting Generator Systems
|Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Doppelbauer
|A standardized and modular power electronics platform for academic research on advanced grid-connected converter control and microgrids
|An Approach to the Design and the Interactions of a Fully Superconducting Synchronous Generator and Its Power Converter
This study highlights the interdependencies between the design of a fully superconducting 10 MW wind power generator and the corresponding design of its power electronic converter.
|Design of an Intelligent, Modular IGBT/SiC Inverter Platform up to 400 kW for Fast Realization of New Test-Bench Concepts
This paper presents an intelligent, modular two level, three phase inverter platform for up to 1200 V DC-link voltage and 400 kW continuous power at 10 kHz switching frequency. It features an integrated signal processing system and various sensors, which allow standalone as well as cross-linked operation. Customizable software of the signal processing system allows easy adaption to different applications such as Active-Front-End (AFE), DC/DC-converters, Dual-Active-Bridges or Drive Inverters. Focus of this paper is a design guideline for an inverter platform which fulfills requirements of various applications with regard to sensor setup, control, failure management and monitoring. Design goal of the platform is a fast setup of new testbench concepts for academic research and novel applications.
|Fully Automated Wide Temperature Range Semiconductor Characterization
This paper introduces a fully automated test bench for −75 °C up to 160 °C static and dynamic semiconductor characterization. First measurements performed with a 1.2 kV, 200 A Si-IGBT module and a 1.2 kV, 250 A SiC-MOSFET module show better semiconductor performance at lower temperatures compared to the conventional high temperature operation.