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2019 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

Batteries; charge/discharge; ultra-capacitors; flywheels; hybrid energy storage; fuel cells; auxiliary power; SoC and SoH; solar vehicles; Converters; rectifiers; inverters; motor drives; power semiconductors; EMI/EMC; generators; integrated starter/alternators; drive trains; electro-magnetic compatibility; power architectures; 42V PowerNet; X-by-wire; electric power steering; hydraulic powertrain; Active suspension; cruise controls; remote sensing; wireless sensors; vehicular networking; cooperative driving; intelligent & autonomous vehicles; active and passive safety; embedded operation; driver assistance; virtual/digital Power split; fault tolerance; energy management;driving pattern recognition; driver modelling; shifting control; Vehicular systems/components; CAD/CAE; virtual prototyping; driving cycle design; ecodriving; life cycle analysis; EV infrastructure; V2X; on board chargers; AC & DC infrastructure; fast, superfast, wireless, smart & conductive charging; Smart Grid

  • 2018 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Batteries; charge/discharge; ultra-capacitors; flywheels; hybrid energy storage; fuel cells; auxiliary power; SoC and SoH; solar vehicles; Converters; rectifiers; inverters; motor drives; power semiconductors; EMI/EMC; generators; integrated starter/alternators; drive trains; electro-magnetic compatibility; power architectures; 42V PowerNet; X-by-wire; electric power steering; hydraulic powertrain; Active suspension; cruise controls; remote sensing; wirelesssensors; vehicular networking; cooperative driving; intelligent & autonomous vehicles; active & passive safety; embedded operation; driver assistance; virtual/digital Power split; fault tolerance; energy management; driving pattern recognition; driver modelling; shifting control; Vehicular systems/components; CAD/CAE; virtual prototyping; driving cycle design; ecodriving; life cycle analysis; EV infrastructure; V2X; on board chargers; AC & DC infrastructure; fast, superfast, wireless, smart & conductive charging; Smart Grid

  • 2017 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Batteries; charge/discharge; ultra-capacitors; flywheels; hybrid energy storage; fuel cells;auxiliary power; SoC and SoH; solar vehicles; Converters; rectifiers; inverters; motor drives; power semiconductors; EMI/EMC; generators; integrated starter/alternators; drive trains; electro-magnetic compatibility; power architectures; 42V PowerNet; X-by-wire; electric power steering; hydraulic powertrain; Active suspension; cruise controls; remote sensing; wireless sensors; vehicular networking; cooperative driving; intelligent & autonomous vehicles; active & passive safety; embedded operation; driver assistance; virtual/digital Power split; fault tolerance; energy management; driving pattern recognition; driver modelling; shifting control; Vehicular systems/components; CAD/CAE; virtual prototyping; driving cycle design; ecodriving; life cycle analysis; EV infrastructure; V2X; on board chargers; AC & DC infrastructure; fast, superfast, wireless, smart & conductive charging; Smart Grid

  • 2016 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Batteries; charge/discharge; ultra-capacitors; flywheels; hybrid energy storage; fuel cells;auxiliary power; SoC and SoH; solar vehiclesConverters; rectifiers; inverters; motor drives; power semiconductors; EMI/EMC; generators;integrated starter/alternators; drive trains; electro-magnetic compatibility; power architectures;42V PowerNet; X-by-wire; electric power steering; hydraulic powertrainActive suspension; cruise controls; remote sensing; wireless sensors; vehicular networking;cooperative driving; intelligent & autonomous vehicles; active & passive safety; embeddedoperation; driver assistance; virtual/digital Power split; fault tolerance; energy management; driving pattern recognition; driver modelling;shifting control; Vehicular systems/components; CAD/CAE; virtual prototyping; driving cycledesign; ecodriving; life cycle analysis; EV infrastructure; V2X; on board chargers; AC & DCinfrastructure; fast, superfast, wireless, smart & conductive charging; Smart Grid

  • 2015 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Batteries; charge/discharge; ultra-capacitors; flywheels; hybrid energy storage; fuel cells; auxiliary power; SoC and SoH; solar vehicles; Converters; rectifiers; inverters; motor drives; power semiconductors; EMI/EMC; generators; integrated starter/alternators; drive trains; electro-magnetic compatibility; power architectures; 42V PowerNet; X-by-wire; electric power steering; hydraulic powertrain; Active suspension; cruise controls; remote sensing; wireless sensors; vehicular networking; cooperative driving; intelligent & autonomous vehicles; active & passive safety; embedded operation; driver assistance; virtual/digital; Power split; fault tolerance; energy management; driving pattern recognition; driver modelling; shifting control; Vehicular systems/components; CAD/CAE; virtual prototyping; driving cycle design; ecodriving; life cycle analysis; EV infrastructure; V2X; on board chargers; AC & DC infrastructure; fast, superfast, wireless, smart & conductive charging; Smart Grid

  • 2014 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Vehicular Electric Power Systems and Loads Vehicular Power Electronics and Motor Drives Advanced Vehicles Energy Storage Components / Systems Vehicular Electronics Modeling, Analysis, Dynamics and Control Intelligent Transportation SystemsElectric VehiclesHybrid Electric VehiclesFuel Cell VehiclesMULTIPHASE DRIVESADVANCED BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES FOR TRACTION APPLICATIONSDESIGN HEV POWER TRAINSFUEL CELL VEHICLESINTELLIGENT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES and ITSSMART GRIDS and EVs

  • 2013 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    VGreen Car - Electric Propelled System 1. HEV, Plug-In HEV, BEV System Design 2. Fuel Cell and FCEV/FCHEV System Design 3. Electronic Actuator and Electric Machinery for Vehicle Applications 4. Power Electronics and Converter for Vehicle Applications 5. Motor Drives for Vehicle Applications 6. Battery, Energy Storage System and their Management Systems for xEVs 7. Renewable Energy and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) 8. Advanced Powertrain Controls for xEVs 9. Charging System including Interface Couplers 10. Smart Grid and Electrical Infrastructure for xEVs 11. Other Applications Intelligent Car 12. Intelligent Vehicle for Safety (included V2V) 13. Telematics (included V2I) 14. Network and Imbedded System for Vehicle 15. Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) in xEVs 16. Other Applications High Efficiency Transportation 17. Conventional Vehicle System Design 18. Advanced Automotive Power and Propulsion 19. Railway, Ship, Air, and Space Vehicles 20. Mechanical, Hydraulic

  • 2012 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Topic 1: HEV, BEV, FCEV and Plug-In EV System Design. Topic 2: Automotive Actuator and Electric Machinery Topic 3: Power Converter for Automotive Applications Topic 4: Motor Drives for Vehicle Applications Topic 5: Energy and Power Management for xEVs Topic 6: Charging System including Interface Couplers Topic 7: Smart Grid and Electrical Infrastructure Topic 8: Intelligent Vehicle for Safety (included V2V) Topic 9: Telematics (included V2I) Topic 10: Imbedded System for Vehicle Topic 11: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) in xEVs Topic 12: Conventional Vehicle System Design Topic 13: Advanced Automotive Power and Propulsion Topic 14: Railway, Ship, Air, and Space Vehicles Topic 15: Mechanical, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems Topic 16: Modeling, Simulation, Emissions and Control

  • 2011 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Vehicular Power Electronics, Motor Drives, and Electric Machines; Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles; Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Smart Grid, and Electrical Infrastructure; Energy Storage; Fuel Cell and Fuel Cell Hybrid Vehicles; Land Vehicles; Sea, Undersea, Air, and Space Vehicles; Mechanical, Hydraulic, and Pneumatic Systems; Modeling, Simulation, Emissions, and Control.

  • 2010 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    Power Electronics, Electric Drives, Electric Vehicles, Hybrid vehicles, motion control, transportation systems

  • 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    The 2009 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC09) will be held in Dearborn, Michigan, USA. The conference is co-sponsored by IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS) and IEEE Vehicular Technology (VT). This year the conference will feature the theme of Sustainability: hybrid, plug-in, fuel cell and battery technology. The conference also features keynote speakers from top executives from the major automotive companies, and a banquet at the Henry Ford Museum.

  • 2008 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

    The IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC) is a top-level international conference in the field of electric/hybrid vehicles, co-sponsored by IEEE Power Electronics Society and IEEE Vehicular Technology Society. It addresses the state-of-the-art and recent achievements in vehicular power and propulsion systems, automotive energy storage systems, electric/hybrid vehicles, and vehicular electronics.

  • 2007 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

  • 2006 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)

  • 2005 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC)


2018 13th World Congress on Intelligent Control and Automation (WCICA)

all related areas of Intelligent Control and Automation


2017 7th International Conference on Power Electronics Systems and Applications - Smart Mobility, Power Transfer & Security (PESA)

The 7th International Conference on Power Electronics Systems and Applications (PESA 2017)will be held from 12th to 14th December 2017 in Hong Kong. The conference is organized byPower Electronics Research Centre (PERC), Department of Electrical Engineering at the HongKong Polytechnic University. It is supported by IEEE and HKIE, several electric vehicles,environment and energy related organizations and industries. This conference focuses on recent innovations and technological progress in power electronicsand related domains with the theme as "Smart Mobility, Power Transfer & Security" but to bedefined properly by the organizing committee. The conference is a key platform to disseminateknowledge among academics and engineers worldwide, and provide high quality research andindustrial interaction for the advancement of technology. It includes technical presentations andpanel discussions by eminent practicing engineers and academics.


2014 IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC)

The scope of the conference is Transportation Electrification

  • 2013 IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC)

    The technical scope of VEC/IEVC 2013 includes: Intelligent Vehicle Communication and Networks Embedded Systems for EV Applications Safety and Security System Electronics Non-Traction Motor Drives Smart Sensors and Actuators with Embedded DSP High Temperature EV Electronics Low Cost Controller Technology Power Conservative Vehicular Devices Highly Integrated VE VE Technology Roadmap Vehicle Controller Network and Architecture Software Configurable Vehicles Advances in EV Energy Storage Mechanical/Electrical Interfaces of EVs Power Grid Connectivity Autonomous Driving Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communication Simulation of VE Systems User to Vehicle Interaction & Display Technology Concepts Connected Vehicle Standardization Roadmap Power train electrification Energy storage solutions Autonomous and semi-autonomous driving Intelligent Networks V2V & V2I Adaptive user interface Conversion of embedded systems EV wireless charging

  • 2012 IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC)

    The first IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference provides a true cross-organizational platform to exchange information among thought leaders of the fast-growing electric mobility ecosystem and to discuss new trends in technology, engineering, standards and deployment aspects on a global scale.


2011 11th International Conference on Electrical Power Quality and Utilisation - (EPQU)

The Conference aim is to provide a forum for electrical engineers and scientists to present their work and share experience in the area of Power Quality and Utilisation. EPQU 11 includes different aspects of Power Quality problems, solutions and applications as well as different issues of electrical energy utilization, including key emerging issues such as Distributed Renewable Generation, Building Automation, Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles.


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Flexible Charging Coordination for Plug-in Electric Vehicles based on Uniform Stochastic Charging Demand and Time-of-Use Tariff

2019 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo (ITEC), 2019

In this study, a novel flexible plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) charging coordination scheme is proposed for the multi-charger station of an office building. Based on uniform stochastic charging demand (USCD) analysis of the PEVs in the building, charging time of PEVs can be prioritized with their arrival times and parking durations to mitigate the service conflicts during high demand. Also, ...


Study on EV charging infrastructure in Jeju Island

2018 5th International Conference on Renewable Energy: Generation and Applications (ICREGA), 2018

The provincial government of Jeju Island made a plan to make Jeju Island a carbon-free region by 2030 and has made great strides in implementing it. An important sub-plan to construct the carbon-free island is to have electric vehicles (EVs) on the island. The EV penetration plan is scheduled to replace 30% of the vehicles with EVs by 2020 and ...


Optimum Operation Plan for Multiple Existing EV Charging Stations

2018 IEEE PES Asia-Pacific Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), 2018

In recent years, the introduction of electric vehicles (EV) has been promoted for the purpose of reducing carbon dioxide emissions. However, since EV and EV infrastructure are not familiarized, it is impeding the introduction of EV. In this research, an EV charging station attached to a convenience store is proposed. The effectiveness of the business model of the EV charging ...


A Probabilistic Approach for DG with Electric Vehicles

2018 IEEE International Conference on Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems (PEDES), 2018

As already Indian distribution systems facing problems of overloading, charging a number of vehicles will become an extra burden to the distribution transformer during peak demand times. This work delineates the effect of DG entrance with EVs on a distribution network. In any case, charging examples of electric vehicles will probably pressure the appropriation arrange and could cause control blackouts, ...


Energy management using a quick charger with storage batteries for electric vehicles

2018 International Power Electronics Conference (IPEC-Niigata 2018 -ECCE Asia), 2018

We developed an Electric Vehicle Quick Charger (EVQC) incorporating storage batteries and conducted a verification field test. This EVQC is equipped with demand control features which reduce economic burdens by suppressing the peak power load for EV charging, while also saving charging time by reducing the input power from the utility through the use of power stored in internal batteries. ...


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  • Flexible Charging Coordination for Plug-in Electric Vehicles based on Uniform Stochastic Charging Demand and Time-of-Use Tariff

    In this study, a novel flexible plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) charging coordination scheme is proposed for the multi-charger station of an office building. Based on uniform stochastic charging demand (USCD) analysis of the PEVs in the building, charging time of PEVs can be prioritized with their arrival times and parking durations to mitigate the service conflicts during high demand. Also, charging time can be shifted to minimize the charging cost under dynamic time-of-use (TOU) tariff, where the high price time slots are penalized. In this manner, the proposed flexible coordination scheme improves service satisfaction as well as charging cost benefit even under the limited charging resources. For evaluation of the charging schemes, the entry-and-exit records of an office building parking lot are investigated assuming a certain percentage of the PEVs penetration with a TOU tariff. Since vehicles' arrivals are concentrated in the morning while their departures are distributed over the day, the proposed flexible charging coordination improves charging request execution rate, relative to uncoordinated charging approach such as first come first serve (FCFS). Also, overall charging cost can be further saved by jointly considering the TOU with USCD.

  • Study on EV charging infrastructure in Jeju Island

    The provincial government of Jeju Island made a plan to make Jeju Island a carbon-free region by 2030 and has made great strides in implementing it. An important sub-plan to construct the carbon-free island is to have electric vehicles (EVs) on the island. The EV penetration plan is scheduled to replace 30% of the vehicles with EVs by 2020 and 100% of the vehicles with EVs by 2030. To allow the smooth entrance of EVs in the island based on the plan, EV chargers will be needed in many places. This paper introduces a plan by the Jeju provincial government to construct EV charging infrastructure. In addition, this paper presents the status of chargers provided in the respective regions, and discusses the recent changes in the policy for constructing EV charging infrastructure and its reasons.

  • Optimum Operation Plan for Multiple Existing EV Charging Stations

    In recent years, the introduction of electric vehicles (EV) has been promoted for the purpose of reducing carbon dioxide emissions. However, since EV and EV infrastructure are not familiarized, it is impeding the introduction of EV. In this research, an EV charging station attached to a convenience store is proposed. The effectiveness of the business model of the EV charging station that sells to general low pressure customers by cooperating among multiple EV charging stations has been shown. Simulation results show that profits are obtained in both case with and without cooperation, the sum of profits becomes larger in the case of cooperation, and the effectiveness of the proposed business model is confirmed.

  • A Probabilistic Approach for DG with Electric Vehicles

    As already Indian distribution systems facing problems of overloading, charging a number of vehicles will become an extra burden to the distribution transformer during peak demand times. This work delineates the effect of DG entrance with EVs on a distribution network. In any case, charging examples of electric vehicles will probably pressure the appropriation arrange and could cause control blackouts, voltage vacillations, warm weight on the lines and consonant contamination. The effect of vehicle charging is basic regarding Distribution Network Operators keeping in mind the end goal to keep up the typical activity of the matrix with fulfilled utilization of power. Here, stochastic constraints, for example, the charging area along with comparing EV stack request are dissected and utilized as a part of a base case situation without DG on the changed IEEE34 network. Next, expanded entrance of DG is reproduced by considering regular load summaries by help of load stream reproductions in PST toolbox. The outcomes portray the ideal EV charging profiles as far as transformer control request, voltage profile and electrical cable misfortunes inside system limits.

  • Energy management using a quick charger with storage batteries for electric vehicles

    We developed an Electric Vehicle Quick Charger (EVQC) incorporating storage batteries and conducted a verification field test. This EVQC is equipped with demand control features which reduce economic burdens by suppressing the peak power load for EV charging, while also saving charging time by reducing the input power from the utility through the use of power stored in internal batteries. These batteries are charged by using surplus power from the PV generation system on the rooftop or from night-time power. We also verified the method for monitoring the deterioration state of these daily-use storage batteries.In this paper, the field test results of the EVQC incorporating storage battery systems are reported.

  • Robust Bidding Strategy and Profit Allocation for Cooperative DSR Aggregators with Correlated Wind Power Generation

    Aggregation is an effective way of collective management of demand-side resources (DSRs). As an independent entity in electricity market, DSR aggregator can participate in both the energy and ancillary services markets. The DSR aggregator's optimal bidding strategy is subject to market price uncertainties and resource variability. In this paper, spatial correlation of wind power generation is considered in developing a robust DSR bidding strategy which takes into account individual and cooperative aggregators. The proposed model is transformed into and solved as a MISOCP. The Aumann-Shapley procedure is applied in this paper to allocate the payoff among cooperative DSR aggregators considering potential uncertainties. By replacing binary variables with their optimal solution value, the original MISOCP is transformed into an SOCP and Lagrange multipliers are employed for the implantation of a discrete Aumann-Shapley procedure. Case studies verify the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed bidding model and payoff allocation procedure.

  • Research on integrated bidirectional control of EV charging station for V2G

    With the increasing number of electric vehicles, the interaction between the electric vehicle and the power grid is becoming more and more obvious, V2G (Vehicle to Grid) technology has become a hot research. EV charging station is an electric vehicle energy supply station, how to efficiently realize the bidirectional interaction, reduce the EV charging damage and power pollution between vehicle and grid in EV charging station is a focus of attention. At present, charging or discharging usually requires separate equipment, in this paper, we realizes a high quality integrated operation of single charger for charging and discharging combined with space vector control and instantaneous reactive power theory, realized a effectively bidirectional interaction of V2G.

  • Study on a new topology of power electronic transformer

    Considering the development of electric vehicle (EV), a new topology of power electronic transformer (PET) was proposed firstly. The proposed topology consists of three conversion stages:(1) the input stage adopts MMC structure; (2) the dc/dc converters in isolation stage adopt the connection mode of input serial output parallel;(3) the output stage includes an inverter module and switchable power modules. The switchable power module can both output dc and ac. By changing the output of the switchable power module, the capacity of ac and dc can switch to use. This topology along with ac/dc capacity switching technology has advantages of save PET capacity and improving capacity utilization. Then the control strategy of proposed topology was introduced. Finally, a simulation model was built in PSCAD simulation environment. Simulation results show that the proposed topology and its control strategy are feasible.

  • Optimization of power flow and scheduling for EV charging based on distributed control

    This paper deals with electric vehicle(EV) charging problem in a distributed method. EV is getting more attention from the environmental view point. For example, it can reduce oil consumption and emission of greenhouse gas. However EV needs much electric power for one charge, so electric power demand is forcasted to increase dramatically. And considered from the grid side, if power demand increases, voltage drop in the grid will be caused.So this paper proposes effective charging strategy for both each EV and gridside based on distributed control. The charging strategy we propose is minimizing base load generator cost and voltage drop at the same time to avoid concentration of the power use in a peak hour. At the last of this paper, the superiority of our method is demonstrated in simulations by using IEEE 15-bus system and describe about the future works.

  • Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles According to Electricity Price

    The growing popularity of private vehicles' electrification will have a negative impact on the electric power system, especially on the distribution networks, if electric vehicles (EVs) charging is not managed properly. In this paper, a new technique for smart charging of EVs is proposed and tested with simulation. A fuzzy logic controller is used to control and manage the EV charging process to maximize electric utility and EV owner benefits. The electric utility's benefit is to mitigate the EV charging impacts on the distribution network by shifting EV charging to the off-peak period, while EV owners' benefit is to charge the EV at low cost. The controller regulates and controls the EV charging power depending on electricity price signal provided by the electric utility and EV battery state of charge (SoC). This controller needs basic communication with the electric utility to receive the electricity price signal every 1 hour. The objective of the controller is to charge EVs at low cost while keeping the normal operating conditions of the distribution network. MATLAB/SIMULINK is used to perform simulations and test the effectiveness of the proposed smart charging method. The results demonstrated that the proposed smart charging method reduced the impacts of EVs charging on the distribution network compared with uncontrolled charging.



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