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EMR'17 Program

EMR'17, " Modelling and control using EMR,

application to HEVs and others"

Summer School
Lille, France 
19-21 June 2017

 

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Download the EMR’17 program in PDF (English version)

 

Program

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


EMR'17, organized by University Lille1 (France), will held on 19-21 June 2017 and will be extended for PhD student to June 22. The PhD students, who attend to both EMR'17 and the doctoral day, will receive 3 ECTS from the doctoral school of University Lille1, if they succeed the assessment.

 

EMR Summer school 2017 (Click here to download the EMR’17 program in PDF)

Monday June 19th : "EMR and fundamentals" (LILLIAD, Amphi B)

08h30
-- Welcome and registration --
09h00

Welcome session - Introduction

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



-- Oral session 1: From the causality to the EMR - From the EMR to the control--

(session chair: Prof. D. Montesinos, Polytech. Univ. of Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain)


09h30

1.1 - "System, energy and caysakity"

(Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France, Prof. C.C. Chan, Univ. of Hong-Kong, China)


10h00

1.2 - "Energetic Macroscopic Representation"

(Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France, Prof. P. Barrade, Univ. of Applied Sciences of Sion, Switzerland,)


10h30

1.3 - "Inversion-based control deduced from EMR"

(Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France, Prof. P. Sicard, Univ. du Québec à Trois Rivières, Canada, Prof. J. Trovao, Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada)


11h00
-- Coffee break --

-- Oral session 2: Basic examples --

(session chair: Dr. L. Horrein, CERN, Switzerland)


11h30

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

(Dr. A. Castaings, Dr. W. Lhomme, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France)


11h50

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

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


12h10

2.3 - "Real time implementation on FPGA"

(B. Vidalie, DdSPACE, France)


12h30 -- Lunch --
14h00

"Presentation of Xperium"

(Dr. E. Milent, A. Desreveaux, Univ. Lille1, France)


14h45

-- Simulation session 1: Modelling, introduction to simulation --

(1 case study to choose among the following), P2 building, room 116


group 1

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

(Dr. R. German et al., Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France)


group 2

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

(Dr. P. Delarue et al., Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France)


group 3

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

(Dr. W. Lhomme et al., Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France)


18h00 -- End of day 1 --


 

Tuesday June 20th : "EMR and applications" (part I) (LILLIAD, Amphi B)


-- Oral session 3: Other Applications 1 (OA - 1) --

(session chair: Prof. J. Trovao, Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada)


9h00

3.1 - "EMR and IBC  of a high current pulsed converter with high precision"

(Dr. L. Horrein, J.-M. Cravero, CERN, Switzerland)


9h20

3.2 - "EMR of a supply system for medical application"

(Prof. P. Barrade, Univ. of Applied Siences of Sion, Switzerland)


9h40

3.3 - "EMR of and inversion-based control of a piezoelectric actuator"

(Dr. S. Ghenna, Dr. F. Giraud, Prof. B. Lemaire-Semail, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France, Dr. C. Giraud-Audine, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, L2EP, France)


10h00 -- Coffee break --

-- Oral session 4: Applications to Transports Applications (TA – 1) --

Organized by MEGEVH

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


10h30

4.1 - "EMR for a multi-objective benchmark for energy management of hybrid energy storage in electric vehicles"

(B. H. NguyenProf. J. Trovao, Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada, Dr. R. German, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, MEGEVH, France)


10h50

4.2 - "EMR and control of electric vehicle including thermal aspects"

(A. Desreveaux, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, MEGEVH, France, Dr. R. Trigui, UFSTTAR-LTE, MEGEVH, France, Dr. E. Castex, Univ. Lille1, TVES, France)


11h10

4.3 - "EMR and optimal energy management strategy of a parallel Hybrid Electric Vehicle"

(A. Pam, P. Fianni, F. Noth, Sherpa Engineering, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, MEGEVH, France)


11h30

4.4 - "EMR and inversion-based control of a CVT-based hybrid truck"

(Dr. C. Mayet, Dr. A.Castaings, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, MEGEVH, France, Dr. T. Hofman, Tech. Univ. of Eindhoven, The Netherlands)


11h50 -- Lunch --
14h00

-- Simulation session 2: Inversion-based control, introduction to simulation --

(the participants will complete the case study they have chosen the day before), P2 building, room 116



"Hardware-In-the-Loop Demonstration" electricity & vehicle platform

(Dr. A. Castaings, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France, B. Vidalie, dSPACE, France)


group 1

"Electric vehicle using EMR and SimulinkTM: part 1, inversion-based control" (EV)

(A. Pam et al., Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France)


group 2

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

(A. Desreveaux et al.,Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France)


group 3

"Photovoltaic system using EMR and SimulinkTM: part 1, inversion-based control" (PV)

(E. Enferrad et al.,Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France)



18h00 -- End of day 2 --

 

Wednesday June 21th : "EMR and applications" (part II) (LILLIAD, Amphi B)

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-- Oral session 5: Other Applications 2 (OA - 2) --

(session chair: Prof. P. Barrade, Univ. of Applied Sciences of Sion, Switzerland)

9h00

5.1 - "Control strategy in degraded mode of a dual-motor drive using EMR"

(T. Dos Santos Moraes, Thales, France, Dr. N. Nguyen, Prof. E. Semail, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, L2EP, France)


9h20

5.2 - " EMR and IBC of a race electric vehicle"

(Prof. D. Montesinos, H. Vidal-Salvia, C. Fontan-Tebar, Polytech. Univ. of Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain)


9h40

5.3 – “EMR for Li-ion battery electro-thermal model taking into account the charge transfer delay"

(Dr. R. German, Prof. A. Bouscayrol, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, Dr. S. Shili, Prof. A. Sari, Prof. P. Venet, Univ. Lyon1, Ampere, France)


10h00 -- Coffee break --

-- Oral session 6: Applications to Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV - 1) --

(session chair: Dr. C. Mayet, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France)


10h30

6.1 - "Study of hybrid railway power substation by using EMR"

(N. Yang, Dr. T. Letrouvé, C. Jéçu; L. Joseph-Auguste, Dr. J. Pouget, B. Puluhen, SNCF – National society of French railways, EDF R&D, France)


10h50

6.2 - "Electric superbike regenerative braking study using EMR"

(F. A. Lebel, Bombardier, P. Messier, L. Pelletier, Prof. J. trovao, Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada)


11h10

6.3 - "EMR of an inversion-based control of a series hybrid electric excursion ship"

(Dr. W. Lhomme, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France, Prof. J. Trovao, Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada)


11h30

6.4 - "EMR and HIL testing of ship board power system"

(A. Genic, D. Zuber, Typhoon HIL, Serbia)


11h50 -- Lunch --

-- Practical sessions --

14h00

"Real-time simulation of an electric vehice": Presentation and demonstration of a real-time simulation of an electric vehicle

(A. Genic, D. Zuber, Typhoon HIL, Serbia) - room P2-005


15h00

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

(Dr. F. Giraud, Univ. Lille1, L2EP, France) - room P4-xxx


18h00 -- End of the day --

 

Master and PhD student extension

Thursday June 22th : "Doctoral day" (Building P2, room 116, second floor)

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

From defined exercises, the students will apply the EMR-IBC methodology. They  will prepare 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 --