05. - 07.06.2018
Power Electronics | Intelligent Motion | Renewable Energy | Energy Management
Tuesday, 05.06.2018, 11:00 - 12:40 hrs
Daniel Chatroux, CEA-LITEN, F
Effects of a SiC TMOSFET Tractions Inverters on the Electric Vehicle Drivetrain
Due to the constantly increasing demand for the electrical range and to the restricted installation space, the request to the energy efficiency of a traction inverter will increase. Silicon carbide MOSFETs are considered as the most promising semiconductor devices for future traction inverter applications. In the presentation we discuss the potential and challenges of a three-phase voltage-source-inverter based on trench SiC MOSFET under automotive constraints, considering the complete drivetrain.
Highly Integrated Traction Inverter for a Modular Drive Concept
The growing demand of electrification in automotive powertrains requires an adapted, efficient, compact and cost-effective drive topology depending on the vehicle class. In the context of a research project, a novel design for an integrated traction inverter is developed which provides a scalable modular drive train. The paper gives a closer look to the integration approach by describing the development of the inverter components, aiming to reach a power density of 100kW/l.
Automotive Traction Inverter Utilizing SiC Power Module
In recent years, the market expansion of Silicon Carbide (SiC) power transistors has been started. We have seen a lot of improvements such as higher efficiency circuit and system miniaturization. EV/HEV/PHEV application has variety of usage for SiC Power devices. This paper focuses on to describe the benefits of newly developed high current/low stray inductance SiC Power Module and the optimizations of its SiC power module utilized traction inverter by comparing with conventional technology based traction inverter performance.
Novel Approach of Integrated Motor-Inverter Power Module for 48V Mild Hybrid Starter and Generator (MHSG)
This paper newly presents power-module design aiming to integrate a motor and inverter in a single package. The integrated motor-inverter concept is specialized for a 48V mild hybrid starter and generator (MHSG) system in vehicle. This DBC-based integration reduces system size/volume, system parasitic inductance/resistance, and thermal resistance. These advantages are validated by using multi-physics finite element method (FEM) simulations, and experiments, exhibiting notable decreases in system inductance and peak voltage
ROHM Semiconductor, Willich, Deutschland
After the graduation of Kobe University, he engaged as simulation engineer for power devices at ROHM Headquarters in Kyoto. Since January 2013, he has been transferred to ROHM Germany as product marketing manager of power devices. He is technically supporting and defining the developing product in order to expand SiC power devices adoption into power electronics field.
Daimler, Sindelfingen, Deutschland
Alexander Nisch studies physics at the Technical University Stuttgart, Germany with focus on solid-state physiks and complete in 1998. From 1998 to 2001 advanced engineering of new sensor units at Valeo Switches and Sensors GmbH. From 2001 to 2007 supplier quality management department for electronics components at Daimler-Chrysler AG. From 2007 to 2009 reliabilty engineering for fuel cell components. Since 2009 he has worked at new concepts of power electronics for xEV tractions systems and since 2015 the main focus is on study of use of wide band gap semiconductor in inverters.
University of Applied Sciences Kiel, Kiel, Deutschland
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulf SchümannTel: +49 431 210-4196Email: email@example.comInternet: www.fh-kiel.deDoB: 02/20/1969 in Bad SegebergSince Juli 2008:-Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Kiel-Responsible for the Institute of Electrical Power Engineering-Main Topics: Power Electronics and Electrical Drives2006 - 2008: Project Manager Position at Continental AG2003- 2006: Development Engineer Control of Electrical Drives2003: PhD at University of Bremen, Topic: Parameteridentification and -adaption ofInduction Machines
Hanyang University, Seoul, Südkorea
Jihwan Seong received his B.S. degree in Future Automotive Engineering from Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, in 2015; and is candidate combined M.S. and Ph.D. in Automotive Engineering from Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, from 2015 to present. He is affiliated in Sustainable Mobility Electric Electronic Technology Laboratory. His topics of interest are design improvement of power module reliability, FEM simulations for analysis of power module considering performance and reliability in power electronics category.