MIT Course: Design of Motors, Generators, & Drive Systems This successful MIT course comes to Europe for the first time. Advance your career and impact your company’s success in 2016 by making a strategic investment in training and education. Register for a 5‐day intensive course and access world‐class thinking, acquire new skills, and bring innovative ideas back to work. Earn US CEUs, UK credits (ECTS) and a certificate of completion. This course focuses on the analysis and design of electric motors, generators, and drive systems, with special emphasis placed on the design of machines for electric drives. We will [...]
Technical Talk: Current Sharing in Parallel Connected Converters by Prof Bashar Zahawi Professor Bashar Zahawi received his BSc and PhD degrees in electrical and electronic engineering from Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, in 1983 and 1988, respectively. From 1988 to 1993 he was a design engineer with a UK manufacturer of large variable speed [...]
In this seminar, the development status of EVs/HEVs in China will be firstly introduced. The general requirement of traction motor drive for EV/HEVs is discussed. Then, the advances in motor drives for EV/HEV are presented, including the stator PM motor drive and fault-tolerant control, magnetic-geared outer-rotor PM motor drive, and the electric variable transmission (EVT) system.
This online Distinguished Lecture introduces the operational characteristics of renewable energy sources, and various aspects of the smart grid - technology, standards and regulations. It also addresses the interplay among distributed generation, storage and conventional generation to provide an efficient operational strategy in the context of the smart grid.
The International Conference on Renewable Energy Research and Applications (ICRERA) 2020 brings together researchers, engineers, manufacturers, practitioners and customers from all over the world to share and discuss advances and developments in renewable energy research and applications.
This webinar is targeted junior and early-career researchers who are new to the IEEE Transaction publications. It will deal with the publication process for the IEEE Transactions with a focus on the field of electrical power engineering.
HILRES’22 - technically sponsored by ESoC Technical Committee of IEEE Industrial Electronics Society - is a three-day design from scratch experience for students and professionals, for bare-metal SoPC based Hardware in the Loop platforms.