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2021 IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics (ICM)

CM focuses on recent developments and future prospects related to the synergetic integration of mechanics, electronics, and information processing.


2020 22nd European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications (EPE'20 ECCE Europe)

Energy conversion and conditioning technologies, power electronics, adjustable speed drives and their applications, power electronics for smarter grid, energy efficiency,technologies for sustainable energy systems, converters and power supplies


2020 IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting is a gathering of experts who work and conduct research in the industrial applications of electrical systems.


2019 IEEE Canadian Conference of Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE)

Electrical Engineering, Academic and Industrial


2019 IEEE Electrical Insulation Conference (EIC)

Electrical Materials, Equipment, Testing, Nanotechnologies, Power Systems, Motors, Generators, Transformers, Switchgear


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IEE Colloquium on 'Coupling Electromagnetic to Other Fields' (Digest No.117)

IEE Colloquium on Coupling Electromagnetic to Other Fields, 1993

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High frequency and power density gallium nitride based inverter for magneto fluid hyperthermia

IECON 2016 - 42nd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, 2016

Magnetic hyperthermia is a promising cancer treatment technique based on selectively heating cancer cells to cause their death using the induction heating principles. In order to optimize the magnetic field generator, this paper proposes the design of a high-frequency high-power density inverter taking advantage of the recently developed high-voltage GaN devices and using an insulated metal substrate PCB for proper ...


Predictive method of improvement of the generators rated power usage in inductive heating

2017 International Conference on Electromagnetic Devices and Processes in Environment Protection with Seminar Applications of Superconductors (ELMECO & AoS), 2017

Utilizing the resources of a power source in induction heating process requires mutual inductive matching of the source and the heated load. In the induction heating, the load impedance varies over a wide range, not only for different types of inductor-charge configurations but also during the heating process itself. These phenomena reduces drastically the efficiency of the source. In the ...


Development of LLC Resonant Inverter for Saw Blade Induction Heating Applications

2018 5th International Conference on Electric Power and Energy Conversion Systems (EPECS), 2018

This paper presents development of LLC resonant inverter for saw blade induction heating applications including six parts: step-down transformer, full wave bridge rectifier, Pulse Width Modulation, half-bridge inverter by using power MOSFETs, high frequency transformer, and workpiece. The workpiece is ½” *12” *0.025” 18T high carbon steel with 6-turns coil. The result shows that the saw blade is heated for ...


Growth of 1.5-In Eu :${\rm SrI}_{2}$Single Crystal and Scintillation Properties

IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 2016

We grew 1.5-in Eu doped SrI2(Eu : SrI2) bulk single crystal by a modified vertical Bridgman (VB) method using a removable chamber and high-frequency induction heating. Asgrown 1.5-in Eu : SrI2bulk single crystal had no visible crack and inclusion in the crystal. In the transmittance and α-ray radioluminescence spectra, large absorption below 433 nm and emission peak at 433 nm ...


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  • IEE Colloquium on 'Coupling Electromagnetic to Other Fields' (Digest No.117)

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  • High frequency and power density gallium nitride based inverter for magneto fluid hyperthermia

    Magnetic hyperthermia is a promising cancer treatment technique based on selectively heating cancer cells to cause their death using the induction heating principles. In order to optimize the magnetic field generator, this paper proposes the design of a high-frequency high-power density inverter taking advantage of the recently developed high-voltage GaN devices and using an insulated metal substrate PCB for proper thermal management. The proposed converter is designed and implemented, showing its feasibility for the proposed application and enabling advanced treatments and an increased equipment portability.

  • Predictive method of improvement of the generators rated power usage in inductive heating

    Utilizing the resources of a power source in induction heating process requires mutual inductive matching of the source and the heated load. In the induction heating, the load impedance varies over a wide range, not only for different types of inductor-charge configurations but also during the heating process itself. These phenomena reduces drastically the efficiency of the source. In the article, a method of predictive selection of the choke value setting is proposed for the newly developed resonant waveform design with a controlled series choke. The elaborated solution significantly improves the impedance matching of the source-load system during the heating process.

  • Development of LLC Resonant Inverter for Saw Blade Induction Heating Applications

    This paper presents development of LLC resonant inverter for saw blade induction heating applications including six parts: step-down transformer, full wave bridge rectifier, Pulse Width Modulation, half-bridge inverter by using power MOSFETs, high frequency transformer, and workpiece. The workpiece is ½” *12” *0.025” 18T high carbon steel with 6-turns coil. The result shows that the saw blade is heated for 30 seconds with the temperature not less than 526.0 °C. The output power of heating is generated appropriately 700 W, at full load.

  • Growth of 1.5-In Eu :${\rm SrI}_{2}$Single Crystal and Scintillation Properties

    We grew 1.5-in Eu doped SrI2(Eu : SrI2) bulk single crystal by a modified vertical Bridgman (VB) method using a removable chamber and high-frequency induction heating. Asgrown 1.5-in Eu : SrI2bulk single crystal had no visible crack and inclusion in the crystal. In the transmittance and α-ray radioluminescence spectra, large absorption below 433 nm and emission peak at 433 nm were observed, respectively. Each polished Eu : SrI2specimen indicated 56 000 ~ 62 000 ph/MeV light yield and 3.3 ~ 3.9% energy resolution. The decay times of the specimens were 0.61 ~ 0.67 μs.

  • Energetic performances of an induction heating system with half-controlled rectifier destined for drying of current transformers

    The paper presents the energetic performances of a system used for drying of current transformer from 110 kV Ciungetu power station. In fact, the drying process is based on an induction heating system that contains a half- controlled rectifier and a voltage source inverter that operates with resonant load. Two frequencies are taken into consideration for the inverter control. The former is the resonance frequency of the equivalent load and the latter is the frequency that determines the zero current switching of the inverter's IGBTs.

  • Features of the Use of Induction Heating in «Semi-Solid Metal Forming»

    It is important to get the homothermal temperature. Temperature variability over the cross-section affects the distribution of the liquid phase in the blanks. The induction heating the primal blank to the solid-liquid state with an accurate temperature field formation meets the criteria to a greater extent. However, there are a number of difficulties during the implementation of this type of heating, as it is necessary to choose the current frequency optimally and determine the design and operating modes of the induction heater. The mathematical modeling plays a significant part in the successful design of the induction heating system. The research presents the studies of blanks to a liquid-solid state. Power control modes and heating dynamics for blank are obtained. A method to increase the productivity of a single-inductor system is proposed. For doing this it is proposed to introduce smooth power control.

  • Efficiency analysis and heating structure design of high power electromagnetic thermal energy storage system

    It is an important way to relieve environment problems by using wind, solar and other clean energy sources. The paper takes 24 kHz/100 kw electromagnetic thermal energy storage system as the research object. The system turn the clean electrical energy from the new energy power generation system into heat by electromagnetic induction heating, and the heat will be used or stored. Firstly, use Ansoft-Maxwell to get the magnetic induction intensity of the electromagnetic induction heating model in eddy current field, analyze the relation between current penetration depth and the current frequency. Then use Ansys/Fluent to analysis the fluid temperature field of the electromagnetic induction heating model and analyze the characteristics of temperature. Use temperature characteristics to do different test in order to get the best scheme. Finally, prove the validity of simulation by experiment, the research provides a theoretical basis for the development and application of electromagnetic thermal energy storage system.

  • High power density PCB coil array applied to domestic induction heating appliances

    Printed circuit board technology provides a cost constrained manufacturing option for low profile inductors due to its highly standardized process, however, the transferred power is limited by the losses in the winding, which may produce overheating. In this work, PCB inductors are evaluated for a high power application as domestic induction heating appliances. Moreover, in the seek of flexible cooking surfaces which can adapt to the size and shape of the pot, the use of partially overlapped inductors generating coil arrays is considered. The work includes the analysis of the coupling between overlapped coils when placed under a dissipative material, a study of the losses in the winding considering rectangular cross section conductors and presents the main implementation techniques. The method is employed for the design of a prototype which was tested under real working conditions delivering up to 4.2 kW.

  • Operation of inverters supplying mutually coupled induction heating loads

    A novel method of induction heating was recently proposed which allows closer control of the heating profile within the workpiece. The system, known as complementary profile heating (CPH) use a number of separate inverter-fed heating coils to supply the metallic strip. The immediate application for CPH is the heating of strip metals and it is envisaged that the power levels could be several MW, with an operating frequency of around 3 KHz. One of the most common types of inverter used for such applications is the current-fed load- commutated inverter. The principles of the CPH system and the inverter are described. Result of the computer simulation and experiments are given.



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