[IND1] Enhancing Academic Teaching of Power Electronics through Real-Time Simulation


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Presenter: Chien Ming Wu


Power electronics plays a fundamental role in modern electrical engineering, impacting various applications, from renewable energy integration to electric transportation systems. Effective teaching and learning of power electronics are paramount to preparing students for the evolving demands of the energy industry. This industry presentation session presents an innovative approach to enhancing academic teaching in power electronics through the integration of real-time simulation tools.

Traditional classroom instruction often faces limitations when conveying the intricate concepts and practical applications of power electronic circuits and systems. Real-time simulation tools, such as Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) platforms and simulation software, offer a dynamic and interactive environment for students to explore and experiment with power electronic circuits in real-world scenarios.

This session discusses the key components of real-time simulation for academic teaching in power electronics, encompassing hardware setups, modeling techniques, and software resources. It reviews various simulation platforms and highlights their capabilities in simulating power electronic converters, motor drives, and control algorithms.

Furthermore, the presentation addresses the pedagogical advantages of incorporating real-time simulation into power electronics courses. It explores how these tools foster active learning, provide immediate feedback, and encourage experimentation with different circuit configurations, control strategies, and component characteristics. Real-time simulation also enables students to bridge the gap between theory and practice, helping them develop a deeper understanding of complex concepts and practical challenges in power electronics.

The benefits of real-time simulation extend beyond the classroom, as students can apply their knowledge to real-world engineering projects, research endeavors, and industry internships. As power electronics continue to shape the future of electrical engineering, it is crucial to equip the next generation of engineers with the skills and knowledge needed to navigate this rapidly evolving landscape.

In conclusion, this presentation advocates for the adoption of real-time simulation tools as a transformative approach to enhance the academic teaching of power electronics. By bridging the gap between theory and practice, these tools empower students with the skills and confidence needed to excel in the dynamic field of power electronics, fostering innovation and sustainability in the renewable energy and electric vehicle sector.

[IND2] Empowering the EV Revolution: Dassault Systèmes Bridging the Gap for Industry and Education

Dassault Systèmes

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We have two key offerings to showcase, catering to both commercial (including applied research) and educational perspectives.

From a commercial standpoint, we will highlight Dassault Systèmes’ Industry Solution Experiences:

  • High-Performance Battery – offering a comprehensive end-to-end perspective on materials design, system behaviour analysis, cell validations, and battery integration.
  • Battery Module & Pack Engineering – providing the capabilities to design and optimize battery/module pack performance to meet safety regulations, cost-efficiency, and durability requirements.
  • Electro-Mobility Accelerator – offering support to EV innovators and industry-leading OEMs, covering the end-to-end process from systems engineering to mechanical engineering.

From an educational perspective, we will share our Industry Training Centre (ITC) programs, which are dedicated centres implemented within universities/institutes through collaboration with DS. These ITCs play a pivotal role in providing and delivering industry-accredited short courses and micro-credentials, aimed at addressing the skills gap in the EV market and supporting professional education and training.

[IND3] Overview of Phoenix Contact Charging Infrastructure in an All Electric Society

Phoenix Contact (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

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Presenter: Pnich Boonwatcharachai


With the Global Mobility Market moving away from Fossil Fuels use in Energy Generation, the surgence for Renewable energy use is very real in the All Electric Society

Sustainably generated electricity is virtually the “primary energy source”. However, the final energy used is not always electricity. Security of supply and a comprehensive coupling of the electricity, building, mobility, infrastructure, and industrial sectors will only become reality if electrical energy is also used as the basis for the production of synthetic fuels (e-fuels) through power-to-gas and power-to-liquid technologies.

A complete and sustainable energy turnaround is already on the horizon. Electrical energy can be generated from natural regenerative sources almost indefinitely and at low marginal costs. E-fuels can solve storage and transport issues.

Phoenix Contact will present their technology in the following areas to

  1. Provide Charging Infrastructures in the field of Electromobility (Solutions now used in Market)
  2. Create Charging solutions and Infrastructures with the Renewable Energy market for a sustainable future (Deployed Case studies)
  3. Provide advanced applications that will be applied in the coming future (New Areas of application)

Technologies that will Highlighted and to be presented and shown are case studies in the area of

A) Sector Coupling – the holistic approach The key lies in the possibility of economic implementation.

This can be achieved by means of energy efficiency and by optimizing the energy- and data-related couplings and balancing all energy consumers, generators, and potential storage options in the best way possible.

B) Smart Charging Infrastructures – that will make use of and manage optimal energy usage from Various supply sources

Objectives of the scope of these implementation         

The application Smart Charging Infrastructures and Sector Coupling is making use of clean renewable energy generators distributing to consumers whom are separated by large distances at the time of demand and supply from the Energy Supply Market place

Energy generation and the economic growth which is based on it can therefore take place in regions of the world that are still economically underdeveloped today.

Not only a climate-neutral energy supply, but also an increase of agricultural and industrial production as the basis for economic growth for everyone.

[IND4] Addressing the Critical Challenge of Expanding EV Charging Infrastructure in Thailand


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Committed to advancing electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure in Thailand, we aim to create solutions to rectify the urgent issue of limited EV charging locations in the region. Leveraging our expertise gained from over 15 years of experience in a real laboratory, we possess a deep understanding of both the challenges and opportunities.

Thailand is currently witnessing a substantial surge in EV adoption, and it is evident that our existing charging infrastructure is struggling to keep pace with this burgeoning demand. Despite our robust partnerships with institutions such as KMITL, PEA, MEA, EGAT, and several esteemed global collaborators, we recognize the need for further action.

To address the scarcity of charging locations and ensure convenient access for EV owners, we need to strategically expand charging points across Thailand. Collaboration between industry leaders and partners is crucial, covering urban and rural areas for widespread accessibility. Automakers, tech companies, and EV stakeholders must consolidate resources through partnerships to stabilize and expand the charger network across Thailand.

Our development and solution:

Charger Intelligent Power Output System (CIPOS): CIPOS is an innovative system within the charger that is capable of learning from each EV car charging session and autonomously establishing the most optimal charging profile specific to each car brand and model. This dynamic adjustment ensures optimal performance and heat reduction during the charging session, ultimately reducing the required charge time and helping to prolong battery life.

Electric Vehicle Autocharge Authenticator (EVAA): EVAA authenticates the uniqueness of the EV ID during the autocharging process between the electric vehicle and the charger. EVAA acts as an independent gateway, autonomously managing the registration, authentication, and error reporting during the handshaking stage. The system also establishes a direct line of communication with vehicle manufacturers in real-time to report discrepancies. This significantly improves the overall efficiency and security of the EV autocharging experience.

Integration Compatibility Testing System (ICTS): Inefficient integration of various charger brands and software systems has led to delays and drawbacks in the expansion of the charging network. ICTS is the closest thing to a standardized integration testing system, derived from years of testing and development in collaboration with key stakeholders in Thailand. We welcome charger brands, investors, and operators who may require our assistance in establishing and scaling their charger network operations.

The shortage of charging locations and issues with faulty chargers and software have understandably shaken consumer confidence. Our strategy involves increasing transparency regarding charger availability, ensuring ease of use, implementing reliable systems, and providing robust customer support. By addressing these concerns, we aim to rebuild trust in the EV infrastructure.

The EV market in Thailand stands on the brink of significant growth, and any delay in taking action will only exacerbate the challenges. We wholeheartedly acknowledge the urgency of the situation and are committed to delivering swift, impactful solutions. The expansion of EV infrastructure in Thailand is not the responsibility of a single entity; it is a collaborative endeavor that requires the engagement of all stakeholders. By addressing the shortage of charging locations, streamlining integration processes, and restoring consumer confidence, we aim to promote the widespread adoption of electric vehicles. We eagerly anticipate further discussions on these strategies during the event and anticipate the combined efforts of the industry in driving this transformative change for a sustainable future.

[IND5] Innovative wide bandgap semiconductor packages for higher power density onboard chargers

Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, Singapore

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Presenter: Hong Jia Hong


Wide bandgap semiconductor devices bring significant power efficiency to a variety of applications. Semiconductor suppliers innovative portfolio of wide bandgap semiconductors is addressing state-of-the art electronics used in chargers and adapters for consumer applications, EV charging, telecom, SMPS, solar, and battery formation for industrial applications, as well as in onboard charging, high-voltage to low voltage DC-DC converters and traction inverters for automotive applications. The OBC in an EV is responsible for converting AC grid power into DC voltage to charge the traction battery, but its size and weight can negatively impact the vehicle’s range. For reducing weight and volume while supporting an ever-higher range – power density is key in OBC designs. Leading designers are working constantly towards increasing the power density levels as much as possible, with a goal to reach 6 kW/L by the end of the decade. The use of wide bandgap semiconductors in new circuit topologies and innovative packaging techniques are the key enabler to revolutionize On Board Chargers designs. Designers are taking advantage of wide bandgap technologies such as SiC and GaN to meet the challenges of the next generation of OBCs, such as growing demand for higher power classes. This has led to changes in topologies and implementations, such as active and efficient rectifiers and fast-switching techniques, which have allowed for an increase in power density while maintaining a high power conversion efficiency. Additionally, the wide voltage offering of 650V and 1200V power semiconductors allows for the coverage of different battery voltages as well as three-phase topologies. Innovative packages offer significant advantages at both the device and system levels, fulfilling the demanding requirements of cutting-edge high-power designs. To help customers transition from the TO220 and TO247 THD devices, innovation SMD packages and modules have been defined to deliver equivalent thermal capabilities with improved electrical performance. With such innovative packages, engineers will be able to design a complete application such as OBC and traction inverter with a higher power density that are required in today vehicle electrification. This work discusses the different case studies of innovative packages that allows engineers to design and develop automotive onboard chargers with benchmarking high-power densities.

[IND6] Overview of High Power Density Power Supply Technology

Delta Electronics, Thailand

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Presenters: Jakrapong Wongsasulux, Chaiwichit Suraprechakul


The increasing adoption of transformative technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Scientific Simulation, Huge data processing, and 5G, has fueled a significant surge in power consumption in data centers, cloud computing, and networking infrastructures. This rapid growth has raised environmental concerns, emphasizing the need for Higher Power Efficiency to mitigate the impact on our ecosystem, carbon footprint, and global warming. Consequently, achieving High Efficiency and high power density has become a primary challenge in Power Supply design, driven by both system architect designer requirements and government policies.

Wide bandgap technology devices (WBG devices), such as Silicon Carbide (SiC) and Gallium Nitride (GaN) devices, have emerged as crucial enablers in addressing these challenges. A significant improvement on figure of merit (FOM), which result in low switching loss compare to Si FET. The zero reverse recovery allows for the implementation of bridgeless totem-pole PFC topology. Additionally, the reduced output capacitance of wide bandgap devices enables DC/DC power converters, such as LLC resonant converters, to operate at higher frequencies, resulting in increased power density and efficiency.

The Power Factor Correction (PFC) circuit, responsible for correcting or compensating the current shape to meet product requirements, plays a pivotal role. Bridgeless PFC, notably the totem pole PFC, contributes significantly to achieving high efficiency and power density in power supply units (PSUs) by eliminating power losses caused by diode forward voltage without the need for a diode bridge rectifier. However, solely relying on the totem pole PFC topology with hard switching Continuous Conduction Mode (CCM) operation may prove inadequate when higher power density is needed. Thus, other novel techniques like Triangular Current Mode (TCM), Multi-Level topologies are being widely explored to fulfill the desired requirements effectively.

High-Efficiency DC/DC converters are still essential for power supply design. The popularity of the LLC resonant converter stems from its simplicity, high gain, and soft-switching capabilities. Nonetheless, it still presents challenges when higher frequency is needed due to the emergence of WBG, including low loss high-frequency magnetic design, control complexities, and critical component layout/packaging for high-frequency operation.

This presentation provides a comprehensive overview of high-frequency power conversion techniques such as PFC topologies, control techniques, resonant converter, challenges in magnetic and high-frequency design, and packaging. It also covers the impacts of WBG technology, such as efficiency and power density, when compared to Silicon Devices.

Lastly, the future trend of Wide Band Gap Devices, including Integrated driver power switches, is discussed, envisioning further advancements in power electronics.

By elucidating these critical aspects, this presentation aims to enrich the understanding of power supply design complexities and pave the way for more efficient and sustainable power systems.

[IND7] EMC Noise Cancellation for New EV and HEV Applications


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Presenter: Satish Ramakrishna


Altair is one of global leaders ever since founding in 1985 in simulation driven design with artificial intelligence, and machine learning, complimented by HPC and Data Science. We believe the convergence of simulation, data science, AI and ML will transform the world. And while this era of convergence is only beginning, today’s students will grow up in a world where it’ll be in full effect.

In this presentation, Altair will be sharing case studies from academic and industrial customers worldwide. Challenges in designing and developing EV components and system will be described e.g. shortened development cycle, standard compulsory, innovative and new features. We will present how they overcome these challenges by using our integrated and strong coupled multi-disciplinary simulation tools i.e. Mechanical, Thermal, CFD, Electromagnetic, Electrical, Power Electronics, Control, AI and ML.

Altair Global Academic Program helps prepare teachers and students alike for this coming transformation. Coupled with the obvious advantage of world class research and the revenue generation avenues because of expertise, is the inherent possibility of the embedding the practical technology in the undergraduate curriculum, hands-on projects and internship with Altair and our industrial partners. Altair and our academic partners are at the forefront of current and future technology, and with their assistance, we can give today’s students the tools and skills to become tomorrow’s innovators, ground breakers, and world-shakers.

[IND8] EMC Noise Cancellation for New EV and HEV Applications

Wurth Electronics Singapore Pte., Ltd., Singapore

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Presenter: Eakdanai Kavichai


The rising electrification of motor vehicles is inevitably accompanied by an increase in electromagnetic interference. The use of cable ferrites can significantly reduce these in electric and hybrid vehicles, whether interference signals on lines or electromagnetic field coupling effects. High-performance inductive materials in cable ferrites significantly improve EMC performance. Standard ferrite cable core suppression elements in axial as well as toroidal form are suitable for a wide range of applications with medium and high frequencies. For higher frequencies, these contain a magnesium component. A very wide frequency range is covered by cable ferrites with a new nanocrystalline material (NC).

Wurth Electronics’s cable ferrites are designed to work in all different frequency ranges with the best attenuation. It is essential for the following automotive applications: (1) in EMI suppression against inverter spikes; (2) attenuate EMI noise induced by the rotor of the electric motor; (3) minimize NVH (noise vibration harshness) in the EMC spectrum at power trains; and (4) provide special EMI suppression for junction box interconnections.

In this session, we will dive deeper into the world of cable ferrites to understand their functions and typical characteristics and show how to use REDEXPERT to select the most suitable cable ferrite.

REDEXPERT is Wurth Electronics’s online platform for easy component selection, simulation, and design. It allows you to easily filter many technical product details and inspect the product performance in charts. This reduces the number of components needed to quickly find the most suitable part for your applications and conditions. You can go so far as, for example, to simulate your inductor losses for your DC-DC converter type. You can even design your EMI filter and get recommended parts directly from your input requirements.

[IND9] ABB E-mobility is geared towards a sustainable future with net-zero emission.

ABB Electrification (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

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Presenter: WeeJin Lee


Emission-free public transportation, such as electric buses, improves air quality and reduces noise pollution. However, electrifying the public transportation fleet comes with challenges, especially in choosing the right infrastructure to support the fleet’s operational needs. During this session, ABB E-mobility will share smart technologies to help address these challenges while reducing operational costs. ABB has years of experience designing, manufacturing, installing, and maintaining electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

By success case on depots and public locations is Qatar, Mowasalat bus fleet installed EV charging infrastructure for over 1,000 buses to transport 50,000 passengers a day with 125 MW of charging capacity, 1,300 connectors for destination charging and 85 opportunity chargers. With this charging solution, the complete bus fleet can be charged overnight at the depots and while in use without impacting regular operations. Data connection to connect and integrate the infrastructure into the Fleet Management System for 24/7 fleet optimization.

[IND10] A Concept Design of an EV Charging Station with Photovoltaic System and Battery Energy Storage System, Industry Point of View

PEC Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd., Thailand

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Presenter: Chanthawit Anuntasethakul


In this presentation, we propose a concept design for an Electric-vehicle (EV) charging station with photovoltaic (PV) system and battery energy storage system (BESS). The key idea of this design is to offer a greener solution for EV charging stations that can sustain clean energy for both the stations and its nearby facilities. The MATLAB simulation is carefully conducted using energy balance equation and power balance equation for the PV system, BESS, EV charging station, and facility load. We utilize in-depth PV data from PVSYST, a well-known tool for PV system design. This not only enables us to assess the performance of the PV system but also facilitates proper sizing for the BESS. As results, we simulate the system operation, perform an analysis on carbon credit, and conduct a feasibility study in terms of yearly income, levelized cost of energy (LCOE), and internal rate of return (IRR).

[IND11] Trends in Si/SiC/GaN based power device and module technologies and challenges

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan

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Presenter: Gourab Majumdar


In the power electronics application fields, the design and implementation of power converters are at a turning point amid rising global need for electrification various transportation means as well as consensus for energy saving to counter climate change issues.

Looking at the wide range of power electronic applications – from less than one-watt power needed for the operation of mobile phones up to 100s of mega-watt power needed for high-speed trains and high power rated application systems/equipment – all looking into power electronic potential for energy efficiency and sustainable reduction of CO2 emission in future systems.

Silicon (Si) IGBTs are at present the most widely used power semiconductors in most medium to high power conversion fields. However, this trend is increasingly showing signs of change with the appearance of wide-bandgap (WBG) devices, particularly the ones based on silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN).

Since the middle of the 1990s power semiconductors started to evolve without being dependent solely on feature size refinement that has been the mainstream for LSIs (Large Scale ICs). The significant increase in electrical performance has come from the overall silicon utilization (vertical- & horizontal- structural optimization). Based on this trend the technology roadmap for power devices has followed a horizontal chip optimization, e.g., smaller feature size is translated into higher cell densities and new trench gate structures, and a vertical optimization to minimize the drift layer and reduce the bulk substrate material significantly. Chronologically power devices adhered with these technologies have helped to largely reduce the overall operation losses, increase the switching frequency and efficiencies of power conversion systems employed in or implemented by all major industries and services. Such mainstream technology development trends are continuing to be adopted to elevated performance-to-cost ratio of all key power devices (i.e., IGBTs, diodes of fast-recovery and Schottky types, MOSFETs and super-junction devices) either based on Si or SiC or GaN.

Furthermore, SiC and GaN power devices, including power modules, have been widely investigated for future power switching systems with high efficiencies. With the uprising need for electrifying vehicles in the automotive industry, the applicability potential of these new devices is being thoroughly investigated. So far, prototypes of practicable transistors using these wide-bandgap materials have demonstrated their performance superiority and great potential.

It is therefore of high interest to review the main features and the advantages of Si/SiC/GaN based power devices and modules and to identify the most used alternatives in the medium to high range power conversion systems e.g, EV/HEV powertrains, railway traction drives and air-conditioning. The aim of this presentation is therefore to give an overview of the trends the Si, SiC, GaN based power chip and module technologies are following to meet needs and practices of the abovesaid key industries. The presentation also covers the latest device technologies and future outlooks highlighting as well on challenges ahead to be solved.

[IND12] Novel automotive power unit with SiC chip

Semikron Danfoss Co. Ltd., Hong Kong

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Presenter: Norbert Pluschke


SEMIKRON-Danfoss offer a new and fast way for customers to create their own, optimized motor-controller for industrial and off-highway vehicles and other battery-powered machinery. The SKAI 3 inverter platform (up to 98V and up to 950V battery voltage) is a new product concept, designed to quickly develop a customized automotive motor-inverter, without the effort of industrializing the overall mechanical power-electronics.
With the power-technologies typically only available for high-power application, this platform offers high-performance, high-reliability ready to use. With more than 1.5 million units from this product family installed in vehicles, the technology has demonstrated its capabilities and reliability.
The SKAI 3 (<950V) is equipped with the latest SiC power modules in a novel 3-D design which will strengthen the reliability. Weldable power terminals, low stray inductance and power density in a range of over 100kW per liter are only a view future which will explained.

Siemens bring Technology with Purpose to power Electric Fleets


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The electrification of fleets is a pivotal step in our global journey toward sustainable transportation. Siemens, a pioneer in electrification solutions, is leading the charge with its comprehensive eMobility portfolio. In this session, we delve into Siemens’ groundbreaking initiatives and solutions, and how they are poised to revolutionize the eMobility landscape by mitigating challenges faced by the industry, policy makers and society.

Siemens’ eMobility solutions encompass the entire spectrum of fleet electrification. From charging infrastructure to fleet management software, our holistic approach ensures that fleets of all sizes and industries can embrace electrification seamlessly. We offer a range of chargers, from AC to DC, suitable for both light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles, ensuring that fleets can charge their EVs efficiently and quickly. The heart of Siemens’ eMobility offering lies in its advanced charging infrastructure. Our smart charging stations are designed to meet the specific needs of fleets, enabling them to maximize the utilization of their EVs. With features such as load management, predictive maintenance, and dynamic pricing, Siemens’ charging solutions ensure cost-effective and sustainable charging operations for fleet managers. Siemens Solutions are future-proof designed to adapt to the evolving needs of electric fleets and the ever-expanding EV landscape, fitting into the entire eMobility value chain right from the Grid Access point to the Energy Transfer cables to vehicles. Finally, we discuss success cases stretching from the US to EU to Asia.

[IND14] Advanced electric motor testing trends: flux, NVH, drive cycles, and electrical noise immunity

HBK, Japan

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Presenter: Mitchell Marks


As motor and inverter technologies become more complex, testing is critical to implementation of these technologies. New machines require troubleshooting, validation, calibration, and optimization, which are time consuming and often require difficult calculations and significant processing. HBK has worked with companies in the automotive and aerospace industry to improve their testing quality and processes. This presentation will show the latest trends in flux measurement, drive cycles, torque ripple, noise and vibration, and Electrical Noise immunity.

[IND15] Innovations in HIL Technologies to test and validate complex Power Electronics Applications

Genetron Corp & Typhoon HIL, Singapore

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Presenter: Marcus Lim


Hardware-in-loop (HIL) has become an integral tool in the design and simulation of power electronics and systems. This talk focuses on the innovations in HIL technologies that tap on the power of reconfigurable FPGAs to greatly expand the processing capabilities, allowing the simulation of complex converters and large-scale systems to an extremely high degree of fidelity.

[IND16] Safe DC charging with insulation monitoring device.

Simplify Engineering Co., Ltd., Thailand.

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Presenter: Saprang Wisuthipanich


As the number of electric vehicles on the roads continues to grow, so does the infrastructure required to ensure that finding a charging station or charging point and charging the vehicle in a fast and safe way is not a problem. DC charging stations are the means of choice when it comes to charging electric vehicles within a short period of time.

The aim is to be able to charge electric vehicles at any socket-outlet. This means different network types and protective measures can come together during the charging process. This requires careful coordination and implementation in order to guarantee comprehensive electrical safety for the user.

A distinction is made between different charging modes. The most common charging mode is AC charging. Since most of the vehicles provide a maximum AC charging power of 11 kW, it is often the case that charging a car requires a very long time. DC charging stations are the means of choice when it comes to charging electric vehicles within a short period of time.

In order to guarantee the electrical safety of the charging circuit, it is set up as an unearthed DC power supply system (IT system) according to IEC 61851-23. The maximum controlled charging power in DC-low mode is 50 kW to 170 kW and in the future up to 350 kW with up to 1,000 V.

During the charging process, an insulation monitoring device (IMD) monitors the entire charging circuit in the charging station as far as the electric vehicle. The IMD in the vehicle must be deactivated during this process. By principle , the insulation monitoring device is connected between the live supply conductors and earth and superimposes a measuring voltage Um. In the event of an insulation fault, the insulation fault RF closes the measuring circuit between the system and earth, generating a measuring current Im that is proportional to the insulation fault. This measuring current generates a corresponding voltage drop at the measuring resistance Rm, which is evaluated by the electronics. If this voltage drop exceeds a specific value equivalent to the under shooting of a specific insulation resistance, a signal will be output. As prescribed measuring principle which enables them to monitor both symmetrical and asymmetrical deteriorations in insulation.  Insulation fault for plus or minus of DC power supply will be monitored and identified.

The isoCHA425HV IMD from Bender has been specifically developed for use in DC charging stations. For insulation monitoring in vehicles, Bender offers IR155 series IMDs. These devices use a measurement method that is adapted to the frequent and fast load changes in passenger cars or commercial vehicles, thus avoiding false tripping.

[IND17] Overview of Electrical Drive Design and Testing System for Electric Vehicles in Thailand

National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand

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Presenter: Burin Kerdsup


Due to the concern of CO2 emission in a transportation sector, the development of electric vehicles (EVs) has gained an interesting widely. Several countries have initiated policies to promote electric vehicles. In Thailand, the government has set National EV Policy Committee to drive an EV roadmap. In 2030, thirty per cent of all vehicles made in Thailand will be electric vehicles. An electrical drive system, which consists of an electric motor and an inverter, is one of main components in a powertrain. These two parts are significantly affected to the overall performance of EV system and are suspicious to easily get a harmful thermal stress due to a bad quality of cooling system. Therefore, the design and testing system of an electrical drive is a crucial issue to strongly get attention. This presentation illustrates an overview of an electrical drive design and testing system for EVs in Thailand. Firstly, the design procedure of the electrical drive will be presented. All necessary tools of each step will be introduced. Next, the testing system comprising a machine characteristic test, a performance test and a Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) test is explained. These facilities available at Sustainable Manufacturing Center (SMC) will enhance the development of an electrical drive for electric vehicles in Thailand. Finally, some case studies will be presented, especially the design of an electrical drive for a light electric vehicle which has been developed in Thailand.

[IND18] Data Driven with Realistic Sensor Simulation for Autonomous (AD) and Advanced Driver Assistant (ADAS) Function Development and Validation.

P G Intergroup Co., Ltd (Thailand)

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Using real recording data for the development of Autonomous (AD) and Advanced Driver Assistant (ADAS), Functions and Validation is more expensive and time consumption. How much data needs to be used and have enough scenario data? To accelerate the development process, the digital twin or synthesis of the sensor data plays an important role.

The goal of this presentation is to give an overview of Data Driven Development and Realistic Sensor Simulation AD/ADAS development and Validation, which is described below.

  • Overview of Data Driven Development Process for Autonomous (AD) and Advanced Driver
    Assistant (ADAS) Simulation.
  • How to create a Vehicle and Sensor Digital Twin Model.
  • AD/ADAS Function Development and Validation Regarding Functional Safety Standard.

[IND19] Pervasive Simulation for Automotive Electrification

Ansys Inc.

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Presenter: Tushit Desai


The EV/HEV powertrain development does not have any legacy of experience similar to conventional
powertrain. The effective implementation of numerical simulation is helping automotive engineers
developing EV/HEV powertrain technologies in cost effective and reliable manner. Engineers are identifyingthe issues in early design stage, reduce number of prototypes with shorter design cycle and develop a robust and reliable solution.

Join us at Industry Presentation Track, where we will discuss how global companies are using simulation for EV Powertrain product development. Talk will include advances in system simulation tools coupled with 3D Physics accuracy. We will also be sharing Multiphysics methods which have become robust enough for virtual design verification.