Katedra elektromechaniky a výkonové elektroniky / Department of Electromechanical Engineering and Power Electronics

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Streit, Luboš , Talla, Jakub , Janda, Martin
Tram LC filter stabilization by Energy Storage system

The paper is focused on the tram input LC traction filter stabilization by the Energy Storage System. The input LC filter is almost undamped resonant circuit which is mainly excited by the motor constant torque command. The tram during voltage drops increases the current flow&...

Zavřel, Martin
Návrh a realizace kompenzačního kondenzátoru bezdrátového přenosu energie s rezonanční vazbou

In this paper is described compensating capacitor for series-series wireless power transfer system. Description is focused on important capacitors parameters and on precision design of capacitor. The design is done in plate-capacitor topology with emphasis on high capacity density, high applicabl...

Lovecký, Martin , Závorka, Jiří , Jiřičková, Jana , Škoda, Radek
Burnable absorber layer in HTR coated particles for OTTO fuel cycle

High temperature reactor is loaded by fuel pebbles that slowly flow through the reactor core. Reactor operation is described by a continuous on-power refueling with two possible fuel cycles. Multi-pass scheme allows lower peak power density. Moreover, multiple passing through the core s...

Votava, Martin , Glasberger, Tomáš , Peroutka, Zdeněk
Predictive real time minimization of power losses with improved space vector preselection algorithm

The proposed control algorithm is focused on reducing and redistribution of power losses among the transistors and diodes in a dual (open winding load) converter. The proposed method combines a space vector PWM (SVPWM) with a finite control set model predictive control (MPC). The&#...

Pittermann, Martin , Fořt, Jiří , Diesl, Jan , Pavlíček, Vladimír
Optimal SRM-control algorithm to achieve maximum torque and real converter limits

The paper deals with an “optimal” control algorithm for switched reluctance motor (SRM). The principle of this control method is based on a maximal torque per ampere (MTPA) criterion which prefers the maximal average value of torque, regardless of the torque ripple, in compare ...