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Drag Reduction in Turbulent Boundary Layer via Real-Time Control

Drag Reduction in Turbulent Boundary Layer via Real-Time Control

This paper demonstrates an approach to real-time control of large-scale structures. Real-time controls reduce the streamwise turbulence intensity as well as skin-friction drag.

Publication on sciencedirect.com

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Rapid Control Prototyping

Control for a Supercapacitor Hybrid Energy Storage System Used in Electric Vehicles

Control for a Supercapacitor Hybrid Energy Storage System Used in Electric Vehicles

This paper proposes the control strategy of a fully active hybrid energy storage system, which uses two bi-directional DC/DC converters to decouple supercapacitors and the battery pack from the DC bus. A Lyapunov-function-based controller regulates DC bus voltage, and a sliding mode controller, controlling the battery and supercapacitor currents, is designed. Their performance is validated by simulation and experimental data. 

Publication on sciencedirect.com

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Design and Implementation of Bi-Directional DC-DC Converter for Wind Energy System

Design and Implementation of Bi-Directional DC-DC Converter for Wind Energy System

This paper features designing and implementing a bi-directional DC-DC converter with a Speedgoat controller for wind energy conversion systems. An energy storage device is used to compensate for the fluctuations and to maintain a smooth and continuous power flow in all operating modes to load. The complete system is implemented in MATLAB/SIMULINK and verified with hardware.

Publication on scirp.org

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Rapid Control Prototyping

Fault Diagnosis of Star-Connected Auto-Transformer-Based 24-Pulse Rectifier

Fault Diagnosis of Star-Connected Auto-Transformer-Based 24-Pulse Rectifier

The authors propose a fault diagnosis method for star-connected auto-transformer-based 24-pulse rectifier unit (ATRU) by integrating artificial neural networks (ANN) with wavelet packet decomposition (WPD) and principal component analysis (PCA). First, the fault features are extracted and simulated in a real-time simulation platform. The obtained data is then analyzed with MATLAB toolboxes and verified with a digital signal processor.

Publication on sciencedirect.com

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Rapid Control Prototyping for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) Control

Rapid Control Prototyping for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) Control

Power Electronics and Motor Control Prototyping on CPU/FPGA Target Hardware with Simulink Real-TimeTM.

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Rapid Control Prototyping

Active Magnetic Bearing for Ultra-Precision Flexible Electronics Production System

Active Magnetic Bearing for Ultra-Precision Flexible Electronics Production System

Roll-to-roll printing of flexible electronics on continuous plastic films could enable the production of flexible electronics at high speed and low cost. However, rolling element bearings cannot be deployed because of the precision requirements. Instead, active magnetic bearings (AMB) with optical positioning encoder feedback are used.

Publication on lib.cranfield.ac.uk

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Transient Engine Emulation within a Laboratory Testbed for Aircraft Power Systems

Transient Engine Emulation within a Laboratory Testbed for Aircraft Power Systems

This paper presents an engine emulation system utilized within a hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) test environment for aircraft power systems. It focuses on the software and hardware interfaces that enable the coupling of the rotor dynamics model that provides the critical link between the modeled dynamics of the engine and the measured dynamics of the generator.

Publication on dx.doi.org

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Hardware-in-the-Loop

Speech Intelligibility with Binaurally linked Hearing Aids

Speech Intelligibility with Binaurally linked Hearing Aids

This study investigates whether using spatial cues benefits speech intelligibility for binaurally linked hearing aids. The control algorithms and signal processing models were tested on a Speedgoat target machine to quickly switch between different versions of the algorithms and test them in real-time.

Publication on proceedings.isaar.eu

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