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Switched Reluctance Motor Drives: Opportunities and new Technologies
koje će održati Dr. Berker Bilgin, Assistant Professor, McMaster Automotive Resource Centre (MARC), McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada. Predavanje će se održati u petak, 23. listopada 2020. godine s početkom u 15:00 sati.
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Berker Bilgin (IEEE S’09-M’11-SM’16) received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL, USA, in 2011, and the MBA degree from DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada, in 2018.
Dr. Bilgin is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), McMaster University. He is the Co-Founder and the Vice President of Engineering of Enedym Inc., Hamilton, ON, Canada, which is a spin-off company of McMaster University. Enedym specializes in electric machines, electric motor drives (EMDs), advanced controls and software, and virtual engineering. Dr. Bilgin has authored and co-authored 86 journals and conference papers and 3 book chapters. He is the Principal Inventor/Co-Inventor of ten patents and pending patent applications. His current research interests include electric machines, switched reluctance motor (SRM) drives, acoustic noise and vibration analysis and reduction, and power electronics and EMDs. He is the lead editor and author of the textbook titled SRM Drives: Fundamentals to Applications.
Dr. Bilgin was the Elected General Chair of the 2016 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (ITEC). He also serves as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Transportation Electrification.
Presentation title: Switched Reluctance Motor Drives: Opportunities and new Technologies
Abstract: Electric motors are the largest consumer of electrical energy. Around 46% of the global electricity demand is from electric motors. The largest portion of electric motor energy demand is from the industry sector, followed by commercial and residential sectors. Induction motors have been the workhorse in the industrial applications, and they are widely used in commercial and residential applications, as well. Permanent magnet motors can provide high torque density and better efficiency at low and medium speed range. Today, the majority of the commercial electrified vehicles employ permanent magnet motors.
Due to its simple construction, switched reluctance motor (SRM) will play a significant role in industrial, commercial, residential, and transportation sectors. It provides a lower-cost solution with a more secure supply chain. High torque ripples, and high acoustic noise and vibrations have been the major challenges preventing the widespread use of SRM technology.
In this presentation, the technologies that enable lower torque ripple and lower acoustic noise SRM drives will be presented. First, the operational principles of SRM will be briefly discussed. Then, the industrial content is set to show how SRM can provide a more secure supply chain to respond to the increasing demand for electrification. Afterwards, the derivation of novel SRM pole configurations, and torque ripple and acoustic noise reduction techniques will be explained. Finally, SRM drives that have been designed competitively to replace commercial permanent magnet motors will be shown.