Four others IRT Saint Exupéry PhDs have also presented their research in electrical engineering sessions.
The high quality and the relevance of Victor’s presentation highlights the efficiency of public/private collaboration thanks to the Institutes of Technology model. This thesis is supervised by the Laplace and IRT Saint Exupéry.
In a more electrical aircraft, all electromechanical chain components have to be compact, efficient and reliable.
Victor’s research focuses on the simulation and testing of these components by taking into account of EMC constraints as part of INTEGRATION project.
Victor Contest Abstract - FR
About his thesis
- High frequency modeling of the electromechanical chain (Inverter Si or SiC + Harness (2 to 10 meters length) + aeronautical electric engine);
- Identification of the EMI impacts of an inverter made up of SiC MOSFETs;
- Sensitivity studies of the components of the electromechanical chain on the common mode current;
- Global optimization of the electromechanical chain to minimize the total mass and losses taking into account EMC constraints.
EMC 2017 (Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal and Power Integrity), Washington, USA (2017)
Victor Dos Santos, Nicolas Roux, Bertrand Revol, Bruno Sareni, Bernardo Cougo and Jean-Pierre Carayon: “Unshielded Cable modeling for Conducted Emissions Issues in Electrical Power Drive Systems.”
EMC Europe 2017, Angers, France (2017)
Bernardo Cougo, Victor Dos Santos, Alaa Hilal and Duc-Hoan Tran: “Trade-off between Losses and EMI Issues in Three-Phase SiC Inverters for More Electrical Aircrafts.”
MEA 2017 (More Electrical Aircraft), Bordeaux, France (2017)
Bernardo Cougo, Jean-Pierre Carayon, Victor Dos Santos, Alaa Hilal and Thibaut Billard: “Impacts of the use of SIC semiconductors in actuations systems.”
R3ASC’16 (Recent Advances in Aerospace Actuation Systems and Components), Toulouse, France (2016)