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TOC Alert for Publication# 41 2019April 18<![CDATA[Table of Contents]]>668C15799237<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics publication information]]>668C2C2187<![CDATA[Model-Based Control for Power Converters With Variable Sampling Time: A Case Example Using Five-Phase Induction Motor Drives]]>668580058092146<![CDATA[Robust Analytic Design of Power-Synchronization Control]]>668581058193102<![CDATA[An Improved Model Predictive Direct Torque Control Strategy for Reducing Harmonic Currents and Torque Ripples of Five-Phase Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors]]>668582058294818<![CDATA[General Analytical Modeling for Magnet Demagnetization in Surface Mounted Permanent Magnet Machines]]>668583058384267<![CDATA[Saliency-Based Sensorless Control for SynRM Drives With Suppression of Position Estimation Error]]>668583958496195<![CDATA[A Series-Connected Multilevel Converter: Topology, Modeling, and Control]]>6685850586110133<![CDATA[Comprehensive Comparison of Rotor Permanent Magnet and Stator Permanent Magnet Flux-Switching Machines]]>668586258712919<![CDATA[A New Hybrid Excitation Permanent Magnet Machine With an Independent AC Excitation Port]]>668587258825591<![CDATA[Efficiency Estimation of the Induction Machine by Particle Swarm Optimization Using Rapid Test Data With Range Constraints]]>in situ efficiency estimation methods, it is required to obtain the operating data of the machine at a thermally stable condition, which needs a long running time of the machine. In this paper, a method based on a particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm is proposed, which can estimate the machine efficiency at different loads with thermal stability. The machine operation data at the first 30 min after the start rather than data at a thermal stability condition are used in the method. The proposed algorithm utilizes two approaches to predict a full-load temperature at a thermally stable condition. The first approach is based on the insulation class of the machine and uses the equivalent circuit. The second approach is based on the trend of the temperature rise in the first 30 min of running the machine after the start. Furthermore, a method is proposed to narrow the parameters range, which helps the PSO to converge to the right answer. All results are validated by the experimental results.]]>668588358942901<![CDATA[Adaptive Voltage Position Control for Pulse Power Supply in Electrical Discharge Machining]]>668589559064856<![CDATA[High Bandwidth Envelope Tracking Power Supply With Pulse Edge Independent Distribution Method]]>n (n ∊ N) of the envelope bandwidth but also extend the pulsewidths to provide a more reliable and effective driving for high bandwidth applications. A prototype for 2 MHz sine-wave tracking, with 7–27-V output voltage and 90-W peak output power, is fabricated and tested. It is also verified by a 5- and a 10-MHz bandwidth communication envelope. The experimental results validate the proposed method.]]>668590759173178<![CDATA[Modular On-Road AGV Wireless Charging Systems Via Interoperable Power Adjustment]]>668591859285016<![CDATA[Analysis of the Acoustic Noise Spectrum of Domestic Induction Heating Systems Controlled by Phase-Accumulator Modulators]]>668592959384544<![CDATA[A Fully Soft-Switched Bidirectional DC–DC Converter With Only One Auxiliary Switch]]>668593959473585<![CDATA[A Bidirectional Two-Switch Flyback Converter With Cross-Coupled LCD Snubbers for Minimizing Circulating Current]]>668594859575571<![CDATA[A Control Strategy for Efficiency Optimization and Wide ZVS Operation Range in Bidirectional Inductive Power Transfer System]]>LCC compensation network is analyzed. And a dual side phase shift control is proposed to adjust power flow while realizing load matching. To realize ZVS operation, the third phase shift between primary and secondary side is introduced as an extra control variable. A time domain model of double-sided LCC compensation network is established to analyze the ZVS range. With the proposed TPS control, wide ZVS operation range of the system can be achieved while maintaining load matching. At last, a scale down prototype of 1 kW BIPT system is developed. The experimental results show good agreement with theoretical analysis, all switches realize ZVS within the entire power range and a peak efficiency of 94.83% is achieved.]]>668595859696110<![CDATA[Modified Series and Tapped Switched-Coupled-Inductors Quasi-Z-Source Networks]]>$(n < {text{1)}}$, resulting in a reduced inductive element size. Other advantages include a less number of active components and their lower ratings and a higher efficiency. In addition, a lower magnetic core size is required for the proposed ZSNs due to the lower peak magnetizing current. The performance principles and detailed comparative analysis are provided and confirmed through experiments on a 200-W dc–dc converter.]]>668597059784600<![CDATA[A Novel Battery Management System Architecture Based on an Isolated Power/Data Multiplexing Transmission Bus]]>668597959915061<![CDATA[Generalized Switching Modification Method Using Carrier Shift for DC-link Capacitor RMS Current Reduction in Real-Time Implementation]]>668599260012807<![CDATA[Virtual Inductance for Stable Operation of Grid-Interactive Voltage Source Inverters]]>668600260112436<![CDATA[Data-Driven Condition Monitoring Approaches to Improving Power Output of Wind Turbines]]>668601260201679<![CDATA[Robust <inline-formula><tex-math notation="LaTeX">$mathcal {H}_{infty }$</tex-math></inline-formula> State Feedback Controllers Based on Linear Matrix Inequalities Applied to Grid-Connected Converters]]>$mathcal {H}_{infty }$ state feedback controllers suitable for implementation in three-phase grid-connected converters. This control strategy is known to provide optimal rejection of disturbances, but usually leads to high control gains, that may be difficult to be implemented in practice. To mitigate this problem, a linear matrix inequality condition based on slack variables is proposed, which allows to impose bounds on the control gains in a less conservative way than conventional quadratic stability. The performance is proven to be superior to similar $mathcal {H}_{infty }$ state feedback controllers in the literature, providing an upper bound for the converter output admittance and experimental grid currents complying with the IEEE Standard 1547.]]>668602160312738<![CDATA[Improved Energy Management Algorithm With Time-Share-Based Ultracapacitor Charging/Discharging for Hybrid Energy Storage System]]>668603260433540<![CDATA[Parameter Estimation of a Grid-Connected VSC Using the Extended Harmonic Domain]]>668604460542704<![CDATA[Development of a Novel HVdc Circuit Breaker Combining Liquid Metal Load Commutation Switch and Two-Stage Commutation Circuit]]>668605560644763<![CDATA[Optimal Energy Management and Control in Multimode Equivalent Energy Consumption of Fuel Cell/Supercapacitor of Hybrid Electric Tram]]>668606560768889<![CDATA[Short-Term Prognostics of PEM Fuel Cells: A Comparative and Improvement Study]]>668607760862865<![CDATA[Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading in a Prosumer-Based Community Microgrid: A Game-Theoretic Model]]>668608760972336<![CDATA[Spline-Based Trajectory Generation for CNC Machines]]>${text{10}}%$. The comparison to a state-of-the-art corner smoothing approach shows that the presented method obtains similar or slightly faster trajectories, at a computation time that is up to 45 times lower. In addition, the method is validated experimentally on a three-axis micromilling machine. To easily generate trajectories for different workpieces and machines, the method is included in a user-friendly open-source software toolbox.]]>668609861073614<![CDATA[Design and Implementation of a Soft Robotic Arm Driven by SMA Coils]]>668610861163006<![CDATA[Diversity-Based Cooperative Multivehicle Path Planning for Risk Management in Costmap Environments]]>668611761271219<![CDATA[Analysis of Spoke-Type Brushless Dual-Electrical-Port Dual-Mechanical-Port Machine With Decoupled Windings]]>668612861407282<![CDATA[Development of a Planar Piezoelectric Actuator Using Bending–Bending Hybrid Transducers]]>$_{{text{p-p}}}$ and frequency of 40 Hz. The experiments also shows that the output speed is linearly related to the exciting voltage; the motion along any direction in the platform is achieved by controlling the voltage signals.]]>668614161494207<![CDATA[Effect of Third Harmonic Flux Density on Cogging Torque in Surface-Mounted Permanent Magnet Machines]]>N_{s} /GCD (N_{s}, N_{p}) ≥ 4 (N_{s}: slot number; N_{p}: pole number; GCD: great common divisor), third harmonic in airgap flux density has no effect on cogging torque. Otherwise, cogging torque will be generated. Furthermore, two approaches for obtaining the Sine and Sine+3rd airgap flux density, i.e., Sine/Sine+3rd h_{m} and Sine/Sine+3rd B_{r}, are validated, based on which finite-element analyses are carried out on four machines, i.e., 12-slot/10-pole (12S12P), 12S6P, 12S8P, and 12S10P to verify the conclusion. Finally, the 12S8P and 12S10P Sine+3rd SPM machines are prototyped and tested for validation.]]>668615061583220<![CDATA[Mitigation of Resonance Vibration Effects in Marine Propulsion]]>668615961694327<![CDATA[Inverse Compensator for A Simplified Discrete Preisach Model Using Model-Order Reduction Approach]]>668617061782512<![CDATA[A Low-Frequency Structure-Control-Type Inertial Actuator Using Miniaturized Bimorph Piezoelectric Vibrators]]>668617961885324<![CDATA[A Dynamic Multilayer Winding Thermal Model for Electrical Machines With Concentrated Windings]]>668618961994650<![CDATA[Calculation of Eddy Current Loss in a Tubular Oscillatory LPMSM Using Computationally Efficient FEA]]>668620062092547<![CDATA[Equivalent Thermal Conductivity Estimation for Compact Electromagnetic Windings]]>668621062194171<![CDATA[Optimal Design of a Fractional-Order Proportional-Integer-Differential Controller for a Pneumatic Position Servo System]]>668622062291836<![CDATA[Multipoint Iterative Learning Model Predictive Control]]>668623062401093<![CDATA[An Adaptive PI Controller Design for DC-Link Voltage Control of Single-Phase Grid-Connected Converters]]>f oscillation of the active power in single-phase applications. To solve this tradeoff, this paper presents a systematic approach for the design of an adaptive PI controller for the dc-link voltage control of single-phase GCCs. The proposed design approach is simple and it provides a convenient method to properly determine the adaptive PI controller parameters. Representative simulation and experimental results are presented and discussed in order to show the effectiveness of the proposed dc-link voltage controller.]]>668624162493706<![CDATA[An Explicit Estimate for the Upper Bound of the Settling Time in Fixed-Time Leader-Following Consensus of High-Order Multivariable Multiagent Systems]]>668625062591351<![CDATA[Collaborative Three-Dimensional Completion of Color and Depth in a Specified Area With Superpixels]]>668626062695413<![CDATA[Velocity Synchronous Linear Chirplet Transform]]>668627062804870<![CDATA[A High-Gain Approach to Event-Triggered Control With Applications to Motor Systems]]>668628162913479<![CDATA[Fixed-Time Formation Control of Multirobot Systems: Design and Experiments]]>668629263012516<![CDATA[Overall Study of Frequency-Agile Mechanism of Varactor-Loaded <italic>λ</italic>/4 Resonator for Designing Tunable Filter With Stable Wide Stopband]]>λ/4 stepped impedance resonator (SIR). The relationships between the tuning ranges of the resonant frequencies (fundamental frequency $(f_{1})$ and harmonics) and the basic parameters of the varactor-loaded SIR are theoretically analyzed and given in detail. It can be found that the loading location of the varactor and the SIR parameters (characteristic impedances and length ratio of the two sections) have significant effect on the frequency-tuning range. Benefiting from the discriminating responses of $f_{1}$ and $f_{3}$ (third harmonic) to the loading location of the varactor, $f_{1}$ can be well tuned as the varactor's capacitance changes while $f_{3}$ is fixed, when the varactor is loaded at the voltage-null point of $f_{3}$ on the λ/4 SIR. Thus, a stable wide stopband can be achieved due to the fixed $f_{3}$, which acts as the lowest spurious in the design of tunable filter. For demonstration, a second-order tunable filter with stable wide stopband and constant fractional bandwidth is implemented and measured. In the tuning process of the passband operating at $f_{1}$, the lowest spurious resulting from $f_{3}$ is immobile, which is always more than ${text{4}}f_{1}$. The simulated and measured results with good agreement are presented to verify the theoretical predictions.]]>668630263101941<![CDATA[Online Model-Based Thermal Prediction for Flexible Control of an Air-Cooled Hydrogenerator]]>668631163205417<![CDATA[A Cumulative Canonical Correlation Analysis-Based Sensor Precision Degradation Detection Method]]>66863216330847<![CDATA[Information Fusion and Semi-Supervised Deep Learning Scheme for Diagnosing Gear Faults in Induction Machine Systems]]>668633163421813<![CDATA[Generalized Likelihood Ratio Test Based Approach for Stator-Fault Detection in a PWM Inverter-Fed Induction Motor Drive]]>668634363532760<![CDATA[Optimal Design for a Portable NMR- and MRI-Based Multiphase Flow Meter]]>668635463613857<![CDATA[Parallel Computing and SGD-Based DPMM For Soft Sensor Development With Large-Scale Semisupervised Data]]>$^2$DPMM) and stochastic gradient descent-based S$^2$DPMM (SGD–S$^2$DPMM), are proposed. The S$^2$DPMM is first developed to mine information contained in both labeled and unlabeled samples for predictive accuracy enhancement, and subsequently is extended to the P–S$^2$DPMM and SGD–S$^2$DPMM to handle large-scale process data with sufficient and limited computing resources, respectively. Two case studies are carried out on real-world industrial processes, and the results obtained demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed methods.]]>668636263731810<![CDATA[Low-Cost, Tiny-Sized MEMS Hydrophone Sensor for Water Pipeline Leak Detection]]>$^2$ was used in the experiment. The hydrophone device is packaged with a customized on-board preamplification circuit using an acoustic transparent material. The overall package size of the MEMS hydrophone is $Phi$1.2 × 2.5 cm. The packaged MEMS hydrophone achieves an acoustic sensitivity of −180 dB (re: 1 V/$mu$Pa), a bandwidth from 10 Hz to 8 kHz, and a noise resolution of around 60 dB (re: 1 $mu text{Pa/}sqrt{text{Hz}}$) at 1 kHz. A section of ductile iron water pipeline with an internal diameter of 10 cm, wall thickness of 0.73 cm, and length of 30 m is constructed as the test bed for the water leak detection. Two different leak sizes with leak flow rates of about 30 and 180 L/min are designed along the pipe, which is pressurized at 3.2 bar. Analysis of the transient signals and spectrograms shows that the MEMS hydrophone can capture the key acoustic information of the water leak, i.e., identifying the leak and locating the leak position. The measurement results demonstrate the feasibility to construct an affordable, highly efficient, real-time, and permanent in-pipe pipeline health monitoring network based on the MEMS hydrophones due to their high performanc-
, low cost, and tiny size.]]>668637463825422<![CDATA[A Resolver-to-Digital Conversion Method Based on Third-Order Rational Fraction Polynomial Approximation for PMSM Control]]>668638363927724<![CDATA[Input-to-State Stability of Perturbed Nonlinear Systems With Event-Triggered Receding Horizon Control Scheme]]>668639364031028<![CDATA[A 300 000-r/min Magnetically Levitated Reaction Wheel Demonstrator]]>668640464071828<![CDATA[Fast Estimation of Phase and Frequency for Single-Phase Grid Signal]]>668640864111543<![CDATA[Complex Power Electronics Systems Modeling and Analysis]]>66864126415366<![CDATA[Generalized Single-Phase Harmonic State Space Modeling of the Modular Multilevel Converter With Zero-Sequence Voltage Compensation]]>668641664262065<![CDATA[Exact Nonlinear Micromodeling for Fine-Grained Parallel EMT Simulation of MTDC Grid Interaction With Wind Farm]]>668642764363954<![CDATA[Dynamic Aggregation Modeling of Grid-Connected Inverters Using Hamilton's-Action-Based Coherent Equivalence]]>668643764484314<![CDATA[Modeling and Analysis of Modular Multilevel Converter in DC Voltage Control Timescale]]>668644964592680<![CDATA[Sequence Impedance Modeling and Stability Comparative Analysis of Voltage-Controlled VSGs and Current-Controlled VSGs]]>668646064723982<![CDATA[Design-Oriented Transient Stability Analysis of Grid-Connected Converters With Power Synchronization Control]]>668647364822478<![CDATA[Stability Analysis of PV Generators With Consideration of P&O-Based Power Control]]>668648364923906<![CDATA[Divided DQ Small-Signal Model: A New Perspective for the Stability Analysis of Three-Phase Grid-Tied Inverters]]>dq frame, the instability mechanisms of the three-phase inverters have not yet been clearly revealed. This paper presents a divided dq small-signal model of the grid-tied inverter in dq frame. The specific expressions of a small-signal output admittance of the inverter are investigated based on the proposed model, which can reveal the influencing mechanism of coupling effects and phase-locked loop (PLL) on the stability of the inverter. Then, a stability analysis method based on the divided dq small-signal model is proposed, by which the procedure of checking the stability of the grid-tied inverters with strong/weak grid is executed step by step, and it could be helpful for the system parameters design. Furthermore, the stability of the multiparalleled inverter system is also studied, and it indicates that as the number of the paralleled inverters increases, the parameters of PLL could be adjusted for a stable operation. The theoretical stability analysis results are verified by simulations and experiments.]]>668649365045692<![CDATA[Multivariable High-Frequency Input-Admittance of Grid-Connected Converters: Modeling, Validation, and Implications on Stability]]>668650565152377<![CDATA[Droop-Controlled Rectifiers That Continuously Take Part in Grid Regulation]]>$theta$-converter, which consists of three ports with only four switches. Experimental results are provided to verify the capability of the rectifier to regulate the grid voltage and frequency without affecting the load.]]>668651665264637<![CDATA[Control of Direct Voltage Regulated Active DC-Link Capacitance Reduction Circuits to Allow Plug-and-Play Operation]]>668652765377529<![CDATA[Investigation and Modeling of Combined Feedforward and Feedback Control Schemes to Improve the Performance of Differential Mode Active EMI Filters in AC–DC Power Converters]]>668653865482737<![CDATA[A Design Methodology of Multiresonant Controllers for High Performance 400 Hz Ground Power Units]]>$text{400},text{Hz}$ phase-to-neutral voltages to unbalanced and nonlinear single-phase loads. Compensation of high-order harmonics is complex, as the ratio between the sampling frequency and compensated harmonics can be very small. Thus, multiple superimposed resonant controllers or proportional-integral (PI) nested controllers in multiple $dq$ frames are not good alternatives. The first approach cannot ensure stability, while the second cannot track the sinusoidal zero-sequence components typically present in unbalanced systems, and unattainably high bandwidth at the inner current control loop is typically required. In this paper, a simple methodology for designing a single-loop, multiple resonant controller for simultaneous mitigation of several high-order harmonics, ensuring stability, is presented. Experimental results, based on a 6 kW four-leg neutral point clamped converter, validate the proposed controller design, showing excellent steady-state and transient performance.]]>668654965596853<![CDATA[Modeling and Hierarchical Structure Based Model Predictive Control of Cascaded Flying Capacitor Bridge Multilevel Converter for Active Front-End Rectifier in Solid-State Transformer]]>668656065694084<![CDATA[Reliability Analysis on Power Converter of Switched Reluctance Machine System Under Different Control Strategies]]>k-out-of-n:G model and Markov model is proposed to lower the complexity and enhance the accuracy of system-level reliability assessment. As for the component-level reliability assessment, the three-dimensional coupled thermal circuit model of power converter is built to achieve the precise and fast prediction of junction temperature that is necessary for calculation of failure rate. Then the static and dynamic reliability analyses are carried out under voltage chopping control (VCC), current chopping control (CCC), and angle position control (APC) strategies, which indicates that the implementation scope of the APC strategy should be broadened. Compared with the VCC strategy, the CCC strategy is strongly recommended even if current sensors boost the extra failure rate. Besides, the increase in redundancy levels on power converter is certified as the most powerful measure for reliability enhancement of the SRM system and the most cost-effective redundancy level can also be quantitatively obtained. The experiments of fault-tolerance capability and thermal stress indirectly verify the validity of reliability analysis.]]>668657065805165<![CDATA[An FPGA-Based IGBT Behavioral Model With High Transient Resolution for Real-Time Simulation of Power Electronic Circuits]]>668658165913856<![CDATA[Extended Harmonics Based Phase Tracking for Synchronous Rectification in CLLC Converters]]>LC tank parameters in the primary and secondary side of a CLLC converter, there is no uniquely defined resonant frequency, which reduces the accuracy of the FHA model. Unlike FHA-based approach, our proposed modeling considers the effects of other odd order harmonics present in the square wave voltage waveform towards determining the zero-crossing instant or phase information of the resonant currents. The proposed concept is verified through experimental results obtained at 3.3-kW load condition, and the converter efficiency is improved by 1.8% with the proposed phase tracking technique, compared to FHA modeling approach.]]>668659266033734<![CDATA[Nonlinear Modeling and Harmonic Analysis of Magnetic Resonant WPT System Based on Equivalent Small Parameter Method]]>668660466122346<![CDATA[Phase Current Digital Analysis of Power Converter for Freewheeling Diode Fault Diagnosis on Switched Reluctance Motor Drive]]>668661366246688<![CDATA[IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Information]]>668C3C350<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics Information for Authors]]>668C4C459