IEEE Power Electronics Distinguished Lecture – “Practical Power Flow Controller Brings Benefits of Power Electronics to the Grid” by Dr. Kalyan Sen

Imperial College London CAP Seminar Room 1109a (Level 11), Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, London

IEEE Power Electronics Distinguished Lecture – “Practical Power Flow Controller Brings Benefits of Power Electronics to the Grid” by Dr. Kalyan Sen. Abstract: The presentation provides a high-level overview of various power flow controllers and their features, traditional power flow controllers – voltage regulating transformer, phase angle regulator, shunt inductor/capacitor, and series inductor/capacitor; Voltage-Sourced Converter-based power flow [...]

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IEEE Power Electronics Distinguished Lecture – “Practical Power Flow Controller Brings Benefits of Power Electronics to the Grid” by Dr. Kalyan Sen

Brunel University London Mead Room, Hamilton Building, Uxbridge, London

IEEE Power Electronics Distinguished Lecture – “Practical Power Flow Controller Brings Benefits of Power Electronics to the Grid” by Dr. Kalyan Sen. Abstract: The presentation provides a high-level overview of various power flow controllers and their features, traditional power flow controllers – voltage regulating transformer, phase angle regulator, shunt inductor/capacitor, and series inductor/capacitor; Voltage-Sourced Converter-based power flow [...]

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Distinguished Lecture: Semiconductor Power Electronics Switch Reliability

University of Leicester University Road, Leicester

The application-level reliability of a power converter is among the least understood topics today. There are no established guidelines that can be used to design a power converter in order to guarantee a certain mean-time-between-failures (MTBF) or mean-time-to-failures (MTTF). This talk will discuss the current approach followed in industry for assessing the field-reliability of power converters and will outline a new approach that emphasises on physics-based component failure mechanisms.

Decarbonisation of Transport through Electrification Summit

Cardiff University Glamorgan Building, Cardiff

A summit to address the key challenges associated with Decarbonising Transport through Electrification. Bringing interdisciplinary and multi sector groups together, this Cardiff University and partner event will identify opportunities for working collaboratively, to tackle these challenges. Key industry stakeholders, funders and policy makers will deliver presentations on key themes.

IEEE PELS Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power (WoW)

The Institution of Engineering and Technology 2 Savoy Place, London

Wireless Power Week 2019, which brings together the two major wireless power events: The IEEE MTT-S Wireless Power Transfer Conference (WPTC) and IEEE PELS Workshop on Emerging Technologies: Wireless Power (WoW).

Technical Talk: Crossing the Chasm – Development & Commercialisation of a Power Line Inspection Robot

Cranfield University Ideas Area 1, First Floor, AIRC,, Cranfield, Bedfordshire

The seminar will provide an overview of the development of a power line inspection robot capable of traversing high voltage power lines under live line conditions. It will cover a wide range of engineering skills and touch on the really difficult problem of converting a laboratory specimen into a commercial product.

IEEE PELS Hybrid Distinguished Lecture | Single-phase Inverter Control Techniques for Interfacing Renewable Energy Sources with Micro-grid

University of Cambridge Downing College, Regent Street, Cambridge

In this presentation, a novel current control technique is proposed to control both active and reactive power flow from a renewable energy source feeding a micro-grid system through a single-phase parallel connected inverter. The parallel connected inverter ensures active and reactive power flow from the grid with low current THD even in the presence of non-linear load.

IEEE PELS Hybrid Distinguished Lecture | Single-phase Inverter Control Techniques for Interfacing Renewable Energy Sources with Micro-grid

University of Oxford Lecture room 7, Ground floor, Information Engineering Building (IEB), Parks Road, Oxford

In this presentation, a novel current control technique is proposed to control both active and reactive power flow from a renewable energy source feeding a micro-grid system through a single-phase parallel connected inverter. The parallel connected inverter ensures active and reactive power flow from the grid with low current THD even in the presence of non-linear load.

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