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The 2012 edition

ESARS’12 International Conference will be held in Bologna, at San Giovanni in Monte palace.

The aim of the Conference is to promote a Forum, where people involved with electrical systems problems may compare their experiences and present solutions found for actual and further requirements.

Suggested Topics

T1 – AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL APPLICATIONS

T1.1 Advanced concepts and technologies to enable the all-electric aircraft
  • Embedded Systems,
  • Electromechanical actuators,
  • Electrical auxiliary systems,
  • New storage systems,
T1.2 Power generation and distribution
  • New sources of aircraft main propulsive power,
  • On-board electrical systems (Electrical generators, et al.),
  • On-Board energy management
T1.3 Electrical Drives and Power Systems
  • Design of Motors and their Control
  • Fault Diagnostics,
  • Power Systems Control and Stability,
  • Reliability,

T2 – SHIPBOARD ELECTRICAL APPLICATIONS

T2.1 Electrical propulsion
  • Power converters and Drives,
  • All electric ships,
  • Hybrid ships
T2.3 Integrated power systems
  • System integration,
  • Storage systems for shipboard,
  • Modeling, simulation and design methodologies
T2.4 Power Generation
  • Power System Control,
  • Stability and quality,
  • Topologies of electrical generators,
  • Design methodologies
T2.5 Large all electric ships and pleasure crafts applications
  • cruise, ferry, oil & gas, piping, naval,
  • yachts, mega-yachts, sailing boats
T2.6 Ship functional safety
  • reliability and dependability,
  • re-configurability, diagnostics
T2.7 Electric solutions for improving efficiency
  • Actuators,
  • On-Board energy management

T3 –ELECTRICAL RAILWAY TRACTION SYSTEMS

T3.1 Power Train
  • Innovative power converter, motor topologies and devices ( multilevel modular power converter, electronic medium frequency transformer, PM Brushless Drives, Synchronous motors, et al.),
  • On board Energy management (traction and energy saving control)
T3.2 Power Supply Systems
  • Substations (regenerative systems, Converter topologies),
  • Wayside storage system (flywheel, supercapacitor, et al.)
  • Overhead systems and Conductor rail systems (system using non-standard voltages, three-phase systems, et al.),
  • Energy management system
T3.3 Autonomous and dual mode vehicle
  • New energy sources and storage systems,
  • Electric-Hybrid power trains
  • Multi winding-Transformer and rectifier
T3.4 Modeling, simulation and design methods
  • Complex Systems (substation, grid and trains),
  • Load flow, optimization method design and control
T3.5 Electromagnetic compatibility
T3.6 Safety and security systems
T3.7 Railway signaling and interoperability systems

T4 -ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FOR URBAN MOBILITY

  • Public transport (bus, light railway vehicles, metro),
  • Energy supply infrastructure (quick charging systems, et al.),
  • Energy efficiency and saving in public transport

T5 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS IN ROAD VEHICLES

  • Electric propulsion systems for electrified vehicles,
  • Control strategies in hybrid vehicles,
  • Power converters for electrified vehicles,
  • On-Board energy management: generation (e.g. fuel cells), storage, components, systems and control,
  • EMC related phenomena,
  • Modeling, simulation and design methods, reliability issues