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

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

Presentation recordings (click to expand)

We apologize for the poor sound quality on many of these recordings due to technical A/V problems at the workshop.

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)        


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)

Presentation slides (click to expand) 

Technical Session - Core Loss

Technology Demonstrations Session



Technical Session - Fringing