Electrical Machines for More/All Electric Aircraft
|Organizer||Ningfei Jiao||Northwestern Polytechnical University|
|Co-Organizers||Lefei Ge||Northwestern Polytechnical University|
|Ji Pang||XI’AN University of Posts and Telecommunications|
The More/All Electric Aircrafts are the important trends in modern aerospace for reducing the overall aircraft weight, operation cost and environmental impact. Advanced electrical machine systems are the basement of More/All Electric Aircraft, which are employed to generate electric power and replace existing hydraulic, pneumatic, and mechanical actuators. The rapid development of More/All Electric Aircraft poses new challenges in the design and control of aircraft electrical machine systems. The aim of the proposed special session is to collect and disseminate the latest research and advanced technologies in the field of electrical machines and application for the More/All Electric Aircraft.
Topics of interest include, but not limited to:
- Design and analysis of aircraft electrical machines
- Modeling and simulation of aircraft electrical machines
- Control strategies for aircraft electrical machines
- Power electronics drive for aircraft electrical machines
- Aircraft integrated starter/generator
- Aircraft generators
- Electrical machines for aircraft electric propulsion
- New topologies of electrical machines for aircraft
- Fault diagnosis for aircraft electrical machines
- Fault-tolerant electrical machines for aircraft application
Advanced Control Strategy for Permanent Magnet Motor Drives
|Organizer||Dawei Ding||Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Co-Organizers||Wei Wang||Southeast University|
|Yanqing Zhang||Xian University of Technology|
Permanent magnet motors have been widely applied in transportation, white goods and other industrial applications. These all ascribe to their excellent performance such as higher power density, lower cost and higher efficiency. The permanent magnet motor drive is always a hot issue in both academic and industry, and there was a great progress in permanent magnet motor drives in last few decades.
Along with the continuous expansion of application fields, demands for high performance motor drives are put forward. Specifically, high power density, high reliability, high adaptability and high precision. Also, with the development of intelligent technology, marked by artificial intelligence and big data are deeply integrated into motor drives, which bringing about innovations and reforms in this field.
In this scenario, this special session is timely to show the up-to-date improvement of advanced control strategy for permanent magnet motor drives
Topics of interest included, but are not limited to, trends, design, technology and applications in the following sectors:
- Condition monitoring and fault diagnosis
- Intelligent technology for motor drives
- Wide bandgap semiconductors application
- Motor drives in electric vehicle
- High precision servo control
- Model predictive control
Advanced Sensorless Drive for AC Motors
|Organizer||Ronggang Ni||Qingdao University|
|Co-Organizers||Qiwei Wang||Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Yao Wei||Haixi Institutes, Chinese Academy of Science|
Rotor position, speed, and stator current are essential feedbacks for high-performance closed-loop control of AC motors, which were commonly sampled using multiple sensors. In recent decades, high reliability, high integration and low cost have become the development trend of advanced AC motor drives, spawning considerable emerging technologies in position or speed sensorless (also known as self-sensing) control and single current sensing, which have got broad attentions and applications by both academia and industry.
Despite the advantages of using less sensors, there are still challenges in robust observation, severe operating condition, and environmental friendliness. Rotor position observation at extreme speeds, typically the zero stator frequency and the deep field-weakening region, has long been one of the most difficult problems, especially when fewer current sensors are used. Acoustic noise and vibration which are stubborn for signal injection based sensorless control, are yet strictly prohibited in household applications. Non-linear behaviors caused by steel saturation, inverter dead time effect, and digital control etc. still need further investigation and reduction. Besides, special considerations for motor design are also critical to the control quality.
Therefore, this is a timely special session to provide the state-of-the-art research in advanced sensorless drive for AC motors.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, trends, design, technology and applications in the following sectors:
- Signal-injection-based and EMF-model-based position sensorless control for AC motor drives
- Position sensorless control using fewer current sensors
- Position Sensorless control in extreme speed range
- Acoustic noise and vibration reduction for sensorless control
- Prediction and compensation for non-linearity effects
- Parameter identification and condition monitoring of AC motors
- Special considerations in AC motor design for sensorless control
- Emerging applications for sensorless drives
Advanced Electric Machines and Drives for Transportation Electrification
|Organizer||Bing Tian||Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics|
|Co-Organizers||Guoqiang Zhang||Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Xingwei Zhou||Hohai University|
Transportation is now one of the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE). To reduce carbon footprint, transportation electrification has become a new trend globally. New advances represented by maglev transportation, high-speed railway, urban rail transit, electric vehicle, electric ship, and electric aircraft technology show bright prospects in promoting sustainable development, optimizing energy mix, and enabling carbon neutrality.
To accelerate the pace of transportation electrification, the development of new battery techniques and electric machines and drives play an important role in the overall performance improvement, energy conservation, GHGE reduction, and the large-scale popularization of electrified transportation. On the other hand, with the higher and higher penetration of power electronics, electromagnetic interference and thermal management are becoming more and more important concerning the safety and reliability of electrified transportation. Additionally, the development of new machine theory and high-efficiency power converters in recent years has triggered the emergence of new structural motors and new control philosophies, and the electrified transportation has been ready for another wave of development, but also exposes some technical problems related to these new applications and therefore needs to be effectively and urgently addressed.
Thus, this special session provides an international forum for the presentation of original research and dissemination of innovative ideas for the electrified transportation of the next generation. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to :
- High-reliability electric machines and drives
- Linear motor and magnetic suspension technique
- Applications of Field-Modulated machines in electrified transportation
- EMI and Thermal management in electric drives
- Fault Diagnosis and fault-tolerant control
- High-efficiency power converter
- Advanced energy storage technology
Advanced Control for Reluctance Machine Drives
|Organizer||Dianxun Xiao||The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Guangzhou)|
|Co-Organizers||Gaoliang Fang||McMaster University|
|Chengrui Li||Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen)|
Rare-earth materials are broadly used for energy conversion and electrical traction machines. With the rising mining cost, environmental pollution, and scarcity of rare earth resources, rare-earth-free reluctance machines are gaining more attention, such as synchronous reluctance machines, switched reluctance machines, vernier reluctance machines, etc. Developing control techniques for reluctance machines is essential to maximize the power capability and optimize the operating performance.
The control of reluctance machines faces challenges due to the unique stator-rotor structure, saturated magnetic characteristics, and nonlinear current trajectories. Specifically, the active utilization of the saturation region brings difficulties in regulating the phase current and shaft torque. The severe nonlinearity prevents adapting advanced control methods to reluctance machine applications. Parameters mismatching during long-time service also affects the control performance.
Therefore, a timely special session is held to discuss the recent progress in advanced control strategies for reluctance machines.
The special session includes, but is not limited to, the following topics:
- New reluctance machine structure and control
- New power converter topology and control
- Condition monitoring and fault diagnosis
- Torque regulation and efficiency optimization
- Parameter measurement and estimation
- Powertrain design using reluctance machines
- Artificial intelligence in reluctance machine drives
Latest Research Issues on Power Electronics Technology in New Energy
|Organizer||Cheng Luo||Huazhong University of Science and Technology|
|Co-Organizers||Jiangtao Yang||Hunan University|
|Weiwei Li||Wuxi University|
|Jiabao Kou||Wenzhou University|
The global electrical energy consumption is rising and there is a steady increase of the demand on the power capacity, efficient production, distribution and utilization of energy. New energy dispersed generation units, including wind turbines, photovoltaic, are being integrated into power systems at distribution level.
The large-scale access of new energy brings great challenges to the grid-connected consumption, system security and economic dispatching of new power systems. As a result, energy storage technologies such as chemical energy storage, flywheel energy storage, compressed air energy storage and pumped storage will usher in new development opportunities.
Power electronic plays an important role in the field for both the control of new energy generators and energy storage technologies, it is an essential part for power electronic technology to achieve high efficiency and better performance.
This special session provides an insight into latest research issues on power electronics technologies in new energy. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Control of the new energy units such as wind power and photovoltaic
- Modulation and control of converters in new energy applications
- Energy storage technologies, such as chemical energy storage, flywheel energy storage, compressed air energy storage and pumped storage
- Control of motors and generators in pumped storage power station
- Fault diagnosis techniques for generators and controllers
Advanced Technologies on High Efficiency and High Power Density Converters
|Organizer||Shanshan Gao||Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Co-Organizers||Mingxiao Li||University of Cambridge|
|Shu Zhang||Civil Aviation University of China|
|Yueshi Guan||Harbin Institute of Technology|
Development of power electronic converters tend to achieve high efficiency and high power density in both academic and industry. High frequency operation can effectively reduce the volume of passive components. Additionally, the emerging wide band gap semiconductors can push the switching frequency to several mega hertz. This has been widely studied in recent research work.
However, high frequency will cause a series of drawbacks such as high switching losses, high winding or magnetic core losses from passive components and narrow output load range. Therefore, in order to solve the contradiction between efﬁciency and power density, improvements can be made in aspects such as topology, drive circuit and magnetic devices and etc.
Thus, this special issue intends to focus on the latest research and demonstrate emerging topics in high frequency high power density power conversion technologies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- High power density topologies
- Advanced high frequency modeling and control strategies
- Soft switching technologies
- Wide bandgap semiconductors applications
- Wide bandgap semiconductors driving strategies
- Advanced magnetic optimization design
Advanced hardware design methods
Advanced Topologies, Materials, and Control for Permanent-Magnet Machines
|Organizer||Dawei Liang||The University of Sheffield|
|Co-Organizers||Jing Ou||Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Yingzhen Liu||Harbin Institute of Technology|
Owing to high power/torque density and high efficiency, permanent-magnet (PM) machines have been popularized in various applications, e.g. aerospace, domestic appliance, electric/hybrid electric vehicle, wind power generation, etc.
Nowadays, to satisfy increasing requirements of higher quality, reliability, and torque density, numerous novel machine topologies have been developed, e.g. dual rotor machines, variable flux memory machines, stator PM machines, etc. Meanwhile, the control strategies specific to novel PM machines have also received more attention. Moreover, the applications of emerging materials further facilitate the development of PM machines, while also bringing new challenges to machine design and manufacturing.
Against this background, this special session aims to collect the state-of-the-art techniques of novel PM machines in terms of topologies, control strategies, and materials applications.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following sectors:
- Novel topologies of PM machines.
- Electromagnetic modelling and multi-physical analyses.
- Advanced control strategies.
- Investigation and application of emerging materials.
- Investigation and analysis of manufacturing techniques and tolerances.
Call for ICEMS 2022 Special Session
|Submission of Proposal|
|Notification of Acceptance|
ICEMS 2022 solicits proposals for special sessions within the technical scope of the conference. Special sessions supplement the regular program of the conference and provide an overview of the state-of-the-art research in both academia and industry on novel, challenging, and emerging topics. The proposal for special sessions could be either new sessions or the existing special sessions shown below.
- Electrical Machines for More/All Electric Aircraft
- Electric Machinery and Drives for E-Mobility Applications
- Switched Reluctance Motors and Application
- Electric Vehicle Conversion
- Latest Research Issues on Autonomous Train Control Technology
- Railway Electrification and Electric Traction Systems
- Condition Monitoring in Power Electronics and Electrical Machine
Note: The TPC has previously authorized the existing special sessions (1–7) listed above. Prospective organizers for approved sessions, on the other hand, are still necessary. Therefore, if you like to organize one of these pre-existing special sessions, you may also submit a proposal.
Special Session Proposal Submission
Please submit your proposals by email to the secretariat of ICEMS 2022 (firstname.lastname@example.org). The following information must be included with proposals for organized sessions:
- Special Session Organizer’s Information
- Special Session Title
- Description of Topical Focus
- List of Tentative Speakers
- Each special session will feature about 6 presentations. (A minimum of 4 speakers is required.)
- Each presentation is allotted 20 minutes (including Q & A).
- Each speaker for the special session is required to submit a digest, which will be reviewed in accordance with the standard review process.
- The submission of a full paper is required for special session speakers.
- The registration fee is waived for special session organizers (1 waiver for every 6 papers). However, no other financial benefits are provided to the speakers. (All special session speakers must register and pay the registration fee.)
- Accepted special sessions will have their own tracks on the online submission system. (Organizers have to remind speakers to submit their digests to the right session using the online submission process.)