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Power Magnetics @ High Frequency Workshop 2020

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May 12     Winding Techniques Part I

May 19     Winding Techniques Part II

June 2    Software Modelling Techniques  

June 9   Measurements for Developing Models

June 16   Modelling Magnetic Materials

 

PSMA-SMA Core Loss Studies - Phase II Final Report

Webinars

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PSMA Basics of Magnetics for Switching Power Webinar Series
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Basics of Inductors - January 22, 2020

      

Basics of Power Transformers - February 12, 2020

      

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AC Core Loss

     
Keynote: High Frequency Effects in the Core (Gerald Hurley, National University of Ireland, Galway)   Magnetics Core Dimensional Effects - Flux Propagation in Ferrites (Marcin Kacki, SMA Magnetics)   Panel Discussion (Hurley, Kacki)
   
Series-coupling Characterization of High-Leakage Magnetic Components (John Hayes, University College Cork)   Lumped Transmission Line Model for Displacement and Conductive Eddy Currents in Ferrite Cores (Charles Sullivan, Dartmouth)   Standardized Testing and Data Sheets (Seung Ryul Moon, National Energy Technology Laboratory)
       
Panel Discussion (Hurley, Hayes, Sullivan, Moon)        

Thermal Management of Power Magnetics

   
Keynote: Recent Trends in Design and Techniques to Influence Thermal Performance of Magnetic Components (Peter Wilson, University of Bath)   Thermal Issues Associated with the Design of Solid State Transformers (Subhashish Bhattacharya, NCSU FREEDM)   Getting the Heat Out (George Slama, Wurth Elektronik)
   
Spice Modelling of the Transformer Losses and Thermal Based Verifications (Qichen Yang, Georgia Tech RISE)   Panel Discussion (Wilson, Bhattacharya, Slama, Yang)   Closing Remarks: What Is Right With Magnetics (Alexander Gerfer, Wurth Elektronik)

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Technical Session - AC Core Loss

Technology Demonstrations Session

Technical Session - Thermal Management of Power Magnetics

Closing Remarks

 

Power Magnetics @ High Frequency - Eliminating the Smoke and Mirrors Presentations

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Power Magnetics @ High Frequency - Eliminating the Smoke and Mirrors 2018 Workshop
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Core Losses

     
Keynote Part I: Core Loss: What We Know and What We Don't Know (Charles Sullivan, Dartmouth)   Accuracy and Compensation Issues for AC Power Loss Measurements (Stefan Ehrlich, Fraunhofer Institute)   Magnetic Core Dimensional Effects - Flux Propagation in Ferrites (Marek Rylko, SMA Magnetics)
   
Generic Specification for Ferrite Cores (Ed Herbert, PSMA)   Multi-parameter Magnetic Material Characterization for High Power Medium Frequency Converters (Byron Beddingfield, NCSU)   What's Needed Going Forward (Ray Ridley, Ridley Engineering)
       
Panel Discussion (Sullivan, Ehrlich, Rylko, Herbert, Beddingfield, Ridley)        

Fringing

   
Keynote Part II: Fringing Effects (Charles Sullivan, Dartmouth)   Mystery Losses in Multi Air Gap (MAG) Inductor & Quantification By Means Of Advanced Thermometry (Dominik Neumayr, ETH Zurich)   A simple analytical method to calcualte air gap induced eddy current losses in inductive components (Michael Baumann, Sumida)
   
Impact of Fringing Effects on Design of DC-DC Converters (Michael Seeman, Eta One Power)   Near Field Radiation of Storage Inductors in Power Electronics –Causes, Prevention & Suppression (George Slama, Wurth Elektronik)   Panel Q & A (Sullivan, Neumayr, Baumann, Malcolm, Seeman, Slama)

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Technical Session - Core Loss

Technology Demonstrations Session

Magnetics

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Technical Session - Fringing

 

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