The project includes, among other things, multi-scale and multidimensional thermal modeling of Li-ion batteries in a finite element environment to optimize the cooling of cells and batteries.
We are developing a complex model system for fault diagnosis of an integrated power converter rectifier synchronous generator system found in energy conversion equipment. A linear and non-linear state space model is also developed for error detection, with the help of which a comparative examination of state observation algorithms and performance analysis of the methods can be performed.
While taking into account industrial needs (Audi, Valeo-Siemens, Continental), a specification of a simulation environment will be prepared, which will support research with industrial interest.
Another goal is to design and develop an optimized and scalable modular pulse width modulation frequency converter (inverter) for diagnostic tests:
consideration of protection mechanisms (overcurrent, overheating and contact protection),
application of state-of-the-art measurement techniques in current and voltage measurement
development of circuit modules for modular inverters.