ELECTRIMACS 2019

Selected Papers - Volume 1
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
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This book collects a selection of papers presented at ELECTRIMACS 2019, the 13th international conference of the IMACS TC1 Committee, held in Salerno, Italy, on 21st-23rd May 2019. The conference papers deal with modelling, simulation, analysis, control, power management, design optimization, identification and diagnostics in electrical power engineering. The main application fields include electric machines and electromagnetic devices, power electronics, transportation systems, smart grids, electric and hybrid vehicles, renewable energy systems, energy storage, batteries, supercapacitors and fuel cells, and wireless power transfer. The contributions included in Volume 1 are particularly focused on electrical engineering simulation aspects and innovative applications.
1st ed. 2020
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978-3-030-37161-6 (9783030371616)
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Giovanni Petrone is Associate Professor of Circuit Theory at the University of Salerno, Italy. His research areas include: analysis and design of power electronics and controls for photovoltaic, fuel cell and wind systems; tolerance analysis of electronic circuits; non-linear control techniques; wireless power transfer; and identification and diagnosis of renewable sources and storage systems.

He is Associate Editor of IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics and of IET Power Electronics, and is a Member of the editorial board of MPDI Applied Sciences journal. Since 2017 he is an IEEE senior member.

Prof. Petrone is co-author of more the 150 papers published in international journals and conference proceedings. He is also co-author of two books, two IEEE e-Learning library courses and five patents in the field of power electronics for photovoltaic applications.


Walter Zamboni received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy, in 2004. Since 2016 he is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Università degli studi di Salerno, Italy, where he has been assistant professor from 2008 to 2016. He is a member of IEEE and IMACS.

At present, his main scientific interests include battery modelling and SoC-SoH estimation, identification and diagnostics of batteries and fuel cells, and energy and power management in systems with energy storage. He co-authored more than 80 papers published in international journals and conference proceedings, and one patent.


PartI: Modelling and simulation.- Chapter1: Modelling of Photovoltaic systems for real-time hardware simulation.- Chapter2: Hardware-in-the-loop simulation of high-power modular converters and drives.- Chapter3: Concept and Implementation of a Rotor Position Detection Method for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines based on Linear Halls.- Chapter4: A Discrete-Time Robust MRAC Applied on Grid-Side Current Control of a Grid-Connected Three-Phase Converter with LCL Filter.- Chapter5: Electro thermal characterization of double sided cooling Si power module.- Chapter6: Integrated design process and sensitivity analysis of a hybrid electric propulsion system for future aircraft.- Chapter7: Direct Torque Control Applied to DFIG Supplied Via Three Level-Inverter Under Random Behavior Wind Speed.- Chapter8: Sensorless control strategy for Switched Reluctance Traction Drive based on high frequency injection.- Chapter9: Optimization of offshore wind farms with HVAC and HVDC transmission networks.- Chapter10: Low-side MOSFET current sensing technique for Automotive Applications.- Chapter11: Input-State Feedback Linearization of a Boost DC/DC Converter.- Chapter12: 2-D Analytical Model of Conventional Switched Reluctance Machines.- Chapter13: Effects of synchronous motors parameters variations on efficiency maps.- Chapter14: Structural Analysis and Modular Control Law for Modular Multilevel Converter (MMC).- Chapter15: Simulation of an Islanded DC Microgrid Using Instantaneous and Average modeling approaches.- PartII: Control and power management.- Chapter16: Digital Control of a FFC NMR Relaxometer Power Supply.- Chapter17: Blended antilock braking system control method for all-wheel drive electric sport utility vehicle.- Chapter18: Voltage boost by neutral point supply of AC machine.- Chapter19: Performance Analysis of a Micro-Grid System Composed of Renewable Energy Sources with Hybrid Energy Storage System.- Chapter20: Management and Control of Smart Transformer-fed LV Distribution Networks during Grid Faults.- Chapter21: Efficient Power Management Strategies for High Energy Demanding Industrial Plants.- Chapter22: Droop Control Strategy for Voltage Source Converters Containing Renewable Power Sources.- PartIII: Design, optimisation, identification and diagnosis.- Chapter23: ISO26262-compliant Development of a High Dependable Automotive Powertrain Item.- Chapter24: A Fault Localization Method for Single-phase to Ground Faults in LV Smart Distribution Grids.- Chapter25: Smart Sensors in Smart Cities Collaborate for Indoor Air Quality.- Chapter26: A low-cost monitoring and fault detection system for stand-alone photovoltaic systems using IoT technique.- Chapter27: A New Approach for Effective Position/Speed Sensor Fault Detection in PMSM Drives.- Chapter28: Fractional Order System Identification Method for Online Monitoring of Humidity of Electrochemical Hydrogen Pumps.- Chapter29: Report on Lithium-ion Battery Ageing Tests.- Chapter30: Electrochemical impedance parameter extraction for online control of reformed methanol high temperature PEM fuel cells.- Chapter31: Multi-objective Optimization of a DC-DC Boost Converter including Control Strategy and Stability Constraint.- Chapter32: Performance testing of a piezoelectric device for extracting energy from vibrations.- Chapter33: Hybrid DC-DC Converters with Topology Morphing Control and Post-Fault Operation Capability.- Chapter34: Generator Topologies for Horizontal Axis Tidal Turbine.- PartIV: Advances in photovoltaic applications.- Chapter35: Real-Time procedure to detect losses in photovoltaic generators using the instantaneous and the translated Performance Rati.- Chapter36: Matlab/Simulink interface design and implementation for PV arrays reconfiguration.- Chapter37: Experimental verification of a method to model the operation of PV modules during irradiance transitions.- Chapter38: Optimal power dispatching in the DC microgrid with clear sky irradiance model.- Chapter39: Centralized control in photovoltaic distributed maximum power point tracking systems.- Chapter40: Optimal PV Panel Reconfiguration using Wireless Irradiance Distributed Sensing.- Chapter41: Unity Efficiency and Low Cost MPPT Method for Single-Stage Grid-Connected PV System.- Chapter42: Distributed converters in large PV plants: performance analysis supported by behavioral models.- Chapter43: Diagnose Algorithm and Fault Characterization for Photovoltaic Arrays: A Simulation Study.- Chapter44: Computation of the LambertW function in photovoltaic modeling.- PartV: Advances in power electronics for energy storage and hardware emulation.- Chapter45: Lithium-Ion Capacitors: Characterization and Modeling at Both High and Low Temperatures.- Chapter46: Theoretical comparison analysis of six-phase interleaved boost converter based on SiC semiconductor and inverse coupled inductor for fuel cell electric vehicle.- Chapter47: Spatial and Temporal Temperature Homogenization in an Automotive Lithium-Ion Pouch Cell Battery Module.- Chapter48: A two-level Fuzzy Logic Machine based control algorithm for resilient microgrids in ICT applications.- Chapter49: Luenberger observer for lithium battery State-Of-Charge estimation.- Chapter50: Coordinated control of supercapacitors-battery tandem by Smart Converters in microgrid scenario.- PartVI: Advances in batteries and supercapacitor technologies, graphene-based devices, and safety issues in electrical engineering.- Chapter 51: Comparison and modeling of commercial supercapacitors via standardized potentiostatic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.- Chapter52: Economic Analysis of a Hybrid Storage System Associated to PV Sources and Supervised by Fuzzy Logic Power Management.- Chapter53: Development of high capacity lithium sulphur batteries.- Chapter54: An Impedance-based Life-Monitoring Technique for a Graphene Water Filter.- Chapter55: Multicast routing protocol for LoRa mesh networks in safety critical communications.- Chapter56: Investigation on the fire hazards of Li-ion cells.

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