Electronics, connected and embedded systems 
Power electronics | Energy storage

18 | 19 OCTOBER 2017 TOULOUSE | Labège
Diagora, Congress & Exhibition Center

High temperature for electrical power train

Collaborative works results and perspectives

 

To build an electrical power train with its control for a 200 °C ambient temperature and life time needs for AIRCRAFT application have been the challenge of many research works funding by the “DGA, Frae, Euripides, Europe ….” for many years to have the capability to optimize the electrical architecture and to put the electrical drive in harsh environment and win global weight.
Last collaborative works and results made by manufacturers and laboratories will be presented during the high temperature day the 19 th of October at « Exposition & Congress Center Diagora » at Toulouse Labège.

This day include conferences – in French - in the morning, and for the afternoon the possibility to discuss with HT° providers and to participate at the poster session.

This High Temperature day take place during the advanced business event and DeciElec Embedded Systems Congress.

 

PROGRAM

Location: room A1

9:00 Introduction : Needs for a 540 Vdc drive running at 200°C ambient temperature, aeronautic application - Regis MEURET, IRT Saint-Exupéry

9:15 SiC power module (250°C junction temperature) with its integrated driver - Laurent GUILBAUD, THALES MICROELECTRONICS

9:45 Coating material for power module - Simon MALANDAIN, PROTAVIC

10:15 Driver, associated SOI component and silicon capacitor - Bruno ALLARD, AMPERE

10:45 Coffee break

11:30 HT° BUSBAR - Didier BISSON, Thomas FOUET, IDEALEC

12:00 Electrical Motor withstanding in its winding heart 450 °C - Daniel ROGER (LSEE), Noureddine TAKORABET (GREEN), David MALEC (LAPLACE)

13:00 Lunch

Location: IRT Saint Exupéry stand n°85

14:30 – 16:00 Round table on the HT° perspectives, needs (which level temperature, power, HT° functions), collaborative works in the IRT Saint Exupéry – Régine SUTRA ORUS, Regis MEURET, IRT Saint-Exupéry

 

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