Speaker: Ms. Kang Yue
Time: 13:30-14:30, Sep. 25
Location: SIST 1C 101
Host: Prof. Yu Liu
In some sensitive power electronic circuits, any deviation of the components characteristics may affect system performances and the knowledge of all parameters is important to understand the circuit. As a result, condition monitoring of power electronic circuits is of increasing importance. Condition monitoring contains two aspects, fault diagnosis and parameter identification. This talk will introduce two works of condition monitoring, fault detection and coupling coefficient and load estimation in wireless power transfer systems.
Fault detection generates a health indicator to represent the health condition of the entire power electronic circuit, and parametric faults are detected with any abnormality of the health indicator. The method only requires terminal measurements of the power electronic circuit, and does not have further assumptions on the topology of the circuit.
Coupling coefficient and load estimation method estimates the parameters with the derived relationship among the harmonics of the transmitter side input current, the coupling coefficient, and the load. The proposed method only requires transmitter side input current, can accurately estimate the coupling coefficient and the load at the same time, and can be applied to rather complex WPT topologies.
Kang Yue received the Bachelor degree of Electrical Engineering and Automation from HeFei University of Technology, Hefei, China, in 2017. She is presently a graduate student in Power System Protection and Automation Laboratory (PSPAL), SIST. Her research interests include health monitoring and parameter identification of power electronic systems.