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EMR'15 Program

EMR'15, " Modelling and control using EMR,

application to HEVs and others"

Summer School
Lille, France 
15-17 June 2015

 

 

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Program

The aim of this Summer School was to give first experience in practice of using EMR and inversion-based control. 
First lecture sessions have presented the bases of EMR and inversion-based control methodology, using simple examples. Other lecture sessions have presented the application of EMR to more complex systems. 
Both afternoons were dedicated to simulation training sessions using Matlab-Simulink©. Attendees simulated a complete system and its control using EMR methodology. An EMR library has been provided to all attendees.


EMR'15 has been organized by University Lille1 (France) and was held on 15-17 June 2015. It was extended for PhD student to June 18. The PhD students who attended to both EMR'15 and the doctoral day, have received 3-ECTS from the doctoral school of Université Lille1, if they have succeed the assessment.

 

EMR Summer school 2015

Monday June 15th : "EMR and fundamentals" (Polytech'Lille, Amphi Appert)

08h30
-- Welcome and registration --
09h00

Welcome session - Introduction

(Dr. F. Giraud, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, L2EP, Univ. of Lille1, France)


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-- Oral session 1: From the causality to the EMR - From the EMR to the control --
(session chair: Prof. A. Belhacen, Aalto University, Finland)

09h30

1.1 - "About energy and causality principles"

(Dr. P. Barrade, Ecole HES-SO Valais-Wallis, Swistzerland, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. of Lille1, France, Prof. C.C. Chan, Univ. Hong-Kong, China)

 


10h00

1.2 - "Energetic Macroscopic Representation"

(Prof. L. Boulon, Univ. du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. of Lille1, France)

 


10h30

1.3 - "Inversion-based control"

(Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Prof. B. Lemaire-Semail, Univ. of Lille1, France, Prof. P. Sicard, Univ. du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada)

 


11h00
-- Coffee break --
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-- Oral session 2: Basic examples --
(session chair: Dr. D. Montesinos Miracle, Polytech. Univ. of Catalynua, Spain)

11h30

2.1 - "EMR and inversion-based control of an electric vehicle"

(Prof. B. Lemaire-Semail, Dr. W. Lhomme, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. of Lille1, L2EP, France)

 


12h00

2.2 - "EMR and inversion-based control of a renewable energy conversion system"

(Prof. J. Trovao, Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada, Prof. P. Delarue, Univ. of Lille1, France)

 


13h00 -- Lunch --
14h30

-- Simulation session 1: Modelling, Introduction to simulation --
(1 case study to choose among the following), Polytech'Lille, room C006 C008

group 1

" Electric vehicle using EMR and SimulinkTM: part 1, EMR " (EV)

(Prof. J. Trovao et al., Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada)

 


group 2

" Wind energy conversion system using EMR and SimulinkTM: part 1, EMR "(WECS)

(C. Depature et al., Univ. of Lille1)


group 3

" Photovoltaic system using EMR and SimulinkTM: part 1, EMR " (PV)

(C. Mayet et al., Univ. of Lille1)

 


18h00 -- End of day 1 --


Tuesday June 16th : "EMR and applications" (part I) (Polytech'Lille, Amphi Appert)

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-- Oral session 3: Applications to Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV – 1) --

Co-organized by MEGEVH & VPP-TechCom

(session chair: Prof. P. Pereirinha, INESC Coimbra, Portugal, VPP-TechCom)

08h45

3.1 - " Adaptive EMS of a H-ESS-based EV "

(A. Castaings, Dr. W. Lhomme, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. of Lille1, DR. R. Trigui, IFSTTAR, MEGEVH, France)

 


09h15

3.2 - " IBC and backstepping control of a Fuel Cell vehicle "

(C. Departure, Dr. W. Lhomme, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. of Lille1, France, Prof. L. Boulon, Prof. P. Sicard, Univ. du Québec à trois Rivières, Canada)

 


09h45

3.3 - " EMR and energy management for heavy-duty hybrid vehicles using double planetary geartrain "

(Dr. W. Lhomme, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. of Lille1, France, G. Letroheur, Nexter, France, MEGEVH)

 


10h15

3.4 - " EMR, IBC and optimal energy management strategy of hybrid vehicle "

(L. Horrein, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. of Lille1, France, Dr. Y. Cheng, C. Dumand, PSA Peugeot Citröen, France)

 


10h45 -- Coffee break --
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-- Oral session 4: Applications to Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV – 2) --

Co-organized by MEGEVH & VPP-TechCom

(session chair: Dr. W. Lhomme, Univ. of Lille1, L2EP, MEGEVH, France)

11h15

4.1 - " HIL simulation: hybrid locomotive energy storage system behavior tests"

(Dr. T. Letrouvé, Dr. J. Pouget, SNCF – National society of French railways, France)

 


11h45

4.2 - " EMR and control of a three-wheel roadster with hybrid energy storage system "

(Prof. J. Trovao, Prof. M. Dubois Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada)


12h15

4.3 - " Reduced-scale-power HIL simulation of a subway line using EMR "

(C. Mayet, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Dr. P. Delarue, Univ. of Lille1, France, E. Chattot, Siemens, France)

 


13h00 -- Lunch --
14h30

-- Simulation session 2: Inversion-based control, Introduction to simulation --
(the participants have completed the case study they have chosen the day before), Polytech'Lille, room C006 C008

group 1

" Electric vehicle using EMR and SimulinkTM: part 2, inversion-based control " (EV)

(A. Castaings et al., Univ. of Lille 1)

 


group 2

" Wind system using EMR & SimulinkTM: part 2, inversion-based control " (WECS)

(Dr. P. Delarue et al., Univ. of Lille 1)

 


group 1

" Photovoltaic system using EMR and SimulinkTM: part 2, inversion-based control "(PV)

(T. Letrouvé, SNCF et al., Univ. of Lille 1)

 


18h00 -- End of day 2 --

 

Wednesday June 17th : "EMR and applications" (part II) (Polytech'Lille, Amphi Appert)

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-- Oral session 5: Other Applications (1) --
(session chair: Prof. T.C. Minh, Hanoi Univ. of Tech., Vietnam)

08h45

5.1 - " Functional description and control design of MMC "

(N. Cherix, Prof. A. Rufer, Ecole Polytech. Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)

 


09h15

5.2 - " EMR and inversion-based control of a fault tolerant dual-motor drive "

(T. Dos Santos Moraes, Dr. N.-K. Nguyen, Prof. E. Semail, Arts&Métiers ParisTech, L2EP, France)

 


09h45

5.3 - " EMR of an Electric Vehicle "

(N. Faria, Prof. P. Pereirinha, IPC & INESC Coimbra, Portugal, Prof. J. Trovao, Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada)

 


10h15

5.4 - " Model Predictive Control (MPC) of multiphase drives using EMR "

(J. Buire, O. Gomozov, Prof. X. Kestelyn, Art&Métiers ParisTech, L2EP, France)

 


10h45 -- Coffee break --

-- Oral session 6: Piezo electric Applications (2) --
(session chair: Dr. François Pigache, ENSEEIHT Toulouse, France)

11h15

6.1 - " Modelling of piezoelectric actuators: an EMR approach "

(DR. C. Giraud-Audine, Art&Métiers ParisTech, France, Dr. F. Giraud, Univ. of Lille1, France)

 


11h45

6.2 - " EMR and inversion-based control of a multi-piezo-actuator system "

(Dr. T.-H. Nguyen, Prof. B. Lemaire-Semail, L2EP, Univ. of Lille1, France, Prof. G. Abba, LCFC, Art&Métiers ParisTech, Dr. C. Giraud-Audine, Art&Métiers ParisTech)

 


12h15

6.3 - " EMR and energy management for piezoelectric energy harvesting devices "

(Dr. F. Giraud, Univ. of Lille1, France, Dr. C. Giraud-Audine, Art&Métiers ParisTech, France)

 


13h00 -- Lunch --
- -- PhD students and other volunteers (Univ. of Lille1, building P2, room 001, first floor) --
14h30

" Practical session ": EMR and Inversion-based control – From modelling to the real implementation

(Dr. F. Giraud, Univ. of Lille1, France)

" Practical session ": EMR and inversion-based control of piezoelectric resonant actuators

(S. Ghenna, Univ. of Lille1, France)

" eV platform of the L2EP ": presentation and demonstration of a power HIL simulation

 

(Dr. W. Lhomme, C. Dépature, Univ. of Lille1, France)

18h00 -- End of the day --

 

PhD student extension

Thursday June 18th : "Doctoral day" (building P2, room 116, second floor)

- -- Free activity of the PhD students (and other volunteers) --
09h00

From defined exercises, the students have applied the EMR-IBC methodology. They have prepared some PPT presentations in order to explain their approach and main results.

12h30 -- Lunch --
14h00 From the PPT presentations prepared, each student must present to the audience the results of the exercises they have worked on.
18h00 -- End of the day --

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