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Practical Development of Variable Frequency Motor Drives

发布日期:2017-12-15

人工器官研究所公开讲座

报告题目Practical Development of Variable Frequency Motor Drives

 

报告人:Tom Logan 博士

 

时   间:1220  1300

 

地   点:阳澄湖校区行政楼300

 

 

 

内容简述

目前,电力电子技术对于人们日常生活中所依赖的许多东西,包括能源生成,交通运输,消费类电子产品,工业生产过程,医疗产品等都至关重要。最重要的电力电子产品之一就是变频电机驱动器。本讲座将以工业生产过程中的驱动器为例,针对制造和运行变频电机驱动器所需的关键组件及系统提供实用的概述,并展望该领域内的未来技术及发展趋势。

Power Electronics is now critical to the operation of many of the things we rely on for daily life – energy generation, transportation, consumer electronics, industrial processes, medical products. One of the most important power electronic products is the variable frequency motor drive, used across those applications. This talk will provide a practical overview of the key components and systems required to make and run a variable frequency drive, taking the particular example of a drive for industrial processes. It will conclude with a look at some future technologies and developments in field.

 

报告人简介

Tom Logan 博士毕业于英国剑桥大学,博士阶段的研究方向为无刷双馈电机(一种用于风力涡轮发电的电机)的设计与控制。毕业后,他首先进入工业界,开发了外科手术训练工具用的电机驱动及控制系统。之后他回到学术界,于剑桥大学担任博士后研究员,进行电力电子方面的应用研究,为捷豹、路虎等汽车公司研发动力系统以及为许多公司开发配电网络上运行的产品。自2015年以来,Tom Logan 博士一直担任XEV有限公司(http://xev-power.com/)的顾问工程师,专门从事电力电子产品的设计,尤其是电力网络支持应用方面的可再生能源系统和电池储能的设计与开发。

Dr Tom Logan completed his PhD at Cambridge University in 2012 investigating the design and control of Brushless Doubly-Fed Machine, a type of generator for wind turbine applications. Following that he worked in industry developing motor drives and control systems for surgical training tools. He then returned to academia as Research Associate, also at Cambridge, working on power electronic applications, particularly automotive power systems Jaguar Land-Rover and products to operate on power distribution networks for a number of companies. Since 2015 he has been a consultant engineer with his company XEV Limited, which specializes in the design of power electronic products, particularly renewable energy systems and battery energy storage for power network support applications.

   

                                         (机电工程学院生物制造研究中心)