Recherche sur les mots clés "AUTOMOTIVE POWER CONVERTER", juillet 2004.
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Titre : Recherche sur les mots clés AUTOMOTIVE POWER CONVERTER, juillet 2004.

Cité dans : [DIV096]  Recherches bibliographiques diverses, septembre 2016.
Auteur : Thierry LEQUEU

Date : juillet 2004

Vers : Recherche du dimanche 13 juin 2004
Vers : Ajout de juin 2004
Vers : Recherche STN du mercredi 7 juillet 2004


Recherche du dimanche 13 juin 2004

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  [1] :  [ART478]  J. WALTER, R.W. DE DONCKER, High-Power Galvanically Isolated DC/DC Converter Topology for Future Automobiles, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003.
  [2] :  [ART550]  D.J. PERREAULT, V. CALISKAN, Automotive power generation and control, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, Vol. 19, No. 3, May 2004, pp. 618-630.
  [3] :  [ART551]  T.C. NEUGEBAUER, D.J. PERREAULT, Computer-aided optimization of DC/DC converters for automotive applications, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, Vol. 18, No. 3, May 2003, pp. 775-783.
  [4] :  [ART553]  J. CZOGALLA, LI JIELI, C.R. SULLIVAN, Automotive application of multi-phase coupled-inductor DC-DC converter, 38th IAS Annual Meeting Conference Record of the Industry Applications Conference, 2-16 October 2003, Vol. 3, pp. 1524-1529.
  [5] :  [ART554]  M. PAVLOVSKY, S.W.H. DE HAAN, J.A. FERREIRA, A ZVS, quasi-ZCS converter with an improved power rating for 14/42V automotive application, IEEE 34th Annual Conference on Power Electronics Specialist, PESC '03, 15-19 June 2003, Vol. 2, pp. 628-633.
  [6] :  [ART479]  F.Z. PENG, F. ZHANG, Z. QIAN, A Novel Compact DC-DC Converter for 42 V Systems, PESC'2003, Acapulco, Mexico, June 15-19, 2003, pp. 33-38.


Ajout de juin 2004

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  [1] :  [ART476]  J.M. GUICHON, G. DAVID, J.L. SCHANEN, L. JOURDAN, M. BENSAIED, Optimal design of simple and multicell chopper, EPE'2003, September 2003, Toulouse, France.
  [2] : [THESE135] T. C. NEUGEBAUER, Computer-Aided Design and Optimization of DC/DC Power Components, Thesis of MIT, 2000.


Recherche STN du mercredi 7 juillet 2004

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Question : automotive AND converter
Réponses : 426 réponses Dans la banque de données COMPENDEX
Réponses : 200 réponses Dans la banque de données INSPEC

Question : automotive AND converter AND power
Réponses : 96 réponses Dans la banque de données COMPENDEX
Réponses : 119 réponses Dans la banque de données INSPEC

dans la banque de données COMPENDEX

1 : A novel chopper circuit with separate multi-load.
2 : Efficient calculation of transient temperature fields responding to fast changing heatsources over long duration in power electronic systems.
3 : A single to three-phase converter for home appliances featuring four switches and an active power factor control.
4 : Testing of an automotive fuel cell system.
5 : Converter cruises to 42V designs.
6 : Dynamic temperature testing and modeling for an automatic transmission clutch.
7 : Resolver Position Sensing System With Integrated Fault Detection for Automotive Applications.
8 : Alternative techniques for reverse supply polarity protection of automotive power converters.
9 : Conducted and Radiated Emissions in Distributed Automotive Dual Voltage Vehicle Electrical Systems.
10 : The buck starts here.
11 : Feasibility Study of High Frequency Step-Up Transformer Linked Soft-Switching PWM DC-DC Converter with Tapped Inductor Filter.
12 : Optimal Design of a Synchronous dc-dc Converter Using Analytical Models and a Dedicated Optimization Tool.
13 : A novel ZVS Bidirectional Cuk Converter for Dual Voltage Systems in Automobiles.
14 : 1-D/3-D coupled transient CFD analysis of a hot-end automotive exhaust system.
15 : Design and Analysis of Automotive High Intensity Discharge Lamp Ballast Using Micro Controller Unit.
16 : Automotive Application of Multi-Phase Coupled-Inductor DC-DC Converter.
17 : EMC issues in cars with electric drives.
18 : A ZVS, Quasi-ZCS converter with an improved power rating for 14/42V automotive application.
19 : PESC record - IEEE annual power electronics specialists conference volume 1.
20 : Designing a fast-igniting catalytic converter system.
21 : Computer-aided optimization of dc/dc converters for automotive applications.
22 : Proceedings of the 2002 28th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society.
23 : Supervisory control of a HV integrated starter-alternator with ultracapacitor support within the 42 V automotive electrical system.
24 : On the potential for direct or MHD conversion of power from a novel plasma source to electricity for microdistributed power applications.
25 : Proceedings: 2002 IEEE 33rd Annual IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference.

26 : Design methodology for non insulated DC-DC converter: Application to 42V-14V "Powernet".
27 : Investigation on transient and steady-state characteristics with electronic ballast of automotive HID lamps.
28 : High density packaging of the passive components in an automotive DC/DC converter.
29 : Hybrid Auxiliary Power unit (APU) for automotive applications.
30 : Models for the control and simulation of synchronous type machine drives under various fault conditions.
31 : A very high density, heatsink mounted inductor for automotive applications.
32 : Charge balance control schemes for cascade multilevel converter in hybrid electric vehicles.
33 : Optimized architecture for a capacitive angular sensor system.
34 : Pressure losses in automotive catalytic converters.
35 : Permanent-magnet, direct-drive, starter/alternator machine with weakened flux linkage for constant-power operation over extremely wide speed range.
36 : Multi-converter power electronic systems: Definition and applications.
37 : DC-AC conversion strategy optimized for battery or fuel-cell-supplied AC motor drives.
38 : BLINC: A 640*480 CMOS active pixel video camera with adaptive digital processing, extended optical dynamic range, and miniature form factor.
39 : Design and analysis of automotive HID lamp ballast system using auxiliary winding.
40 : Dual use power management system for space radar.
41 : Design options for automotive batteries in advanced car electrical systems.
42 : Low-cost high power-density electronic ballast for automotive HID lamp.
43 : Analysis of a wide speed range starter/alternator system based on a novel converter topology for series/parallel stator winding configuration.
44 : Dynamic model for automotive torque converters.
45 : Unified modeling of hybrid electric vehicle drivetrains.
46 : Wide-load-range resonant converter supplying the SAE J-1773 electric vehicle inductive charging interface.
47 : Can an AC (Alternating Current) electrical system replace the present DC system in the automobile? An investigative feasibility study- Part I: system architecture.
48 : 77 GHz T/R MMIC chip set for automotive radar systems.
49 : 77 GHz T/R MMIC chip set for automotive radar systems.
50 : Regulated DC power generation using mixed-pole synchronous reluctance machines.

51 : Proceedings of the 1997 International Congress and Exposition.
52 : HCR automotive relay: Handling high currents under the hood.
53 : Fluid dynamics and performance of automotive torque converters: an assessment.
54 : Perspective: fluid dynamics and performance of automotive torque converters: an assessment.
55 : Wide load range resonant converter supplying the SAE J-1773 inductive charging interface.
56 : Comparative design of a new DC/DC conversion scheme for gas discharge lamp in automotive applications.
57 : Full-bridge, series-resonant converter supplying the SAE J-1773 electric vehicle inductive charging interface.
58 : Power BCD chipset for automotive HID lamp ballast systems.
59 : Hysteretic current mode control improves lead-acid battery charging.
60 : Development of switched reluctance motor drives and the applications in automobiles.
61 : Microcontroller C167CR: The right core for every converter.
62 : Electric vehicle drive train components.
63 : High frequency DC/DC converter for electric vehicles.
64 : Analysis of transient thermal response of automotive catalytic converters.
65 : Boost-type converter for DC-supply of fluorescent lamps.
66 : Simple converter for DC-supply of fluorescent lamps.
67 : Winter Annual Meeting.
68 : Robust failure detection and isolation method for automotive power train sensors.
69 : Software-compensated programmable temperature controller.
70 : Development of a smart analog integrated circuit for electronic control of an automotive variable power-steering system.
71 : Analytic redundancy for automotive power train sensor diagnostics.
72 : S.I.natural gas engine exhaust and the converter/silencer as a system.
73 : Reduced NOx emissions from internal combustion engines fuelled by natural gas.
74 : The 1980s - success of environmental engineering and advanced materials ensured by new public awareness.
75 : An improved automotive power distribution system using nonlinear resonant switch converters.

76 : Concordia University.
77 : Single switch dual output converter dynamic behavior and operating range.
78 : An improved automotive power distribution system using nonlinear resonant switch converters.
79 : Novel current-sense technique boosts converter efficiency.
80 : Effect of pulse turbocharging I.C.engines on engine torque, brake power and operating speed range under part-load conditions.
81 : Fuel economy goals for future powertrain and engine options.
82 : MULTIPOWER BCD: A NEW FRONTIER IN POWER INTEGRATED CIRCUITS.
83 : HIGH-FREQUENCY HIGH-DENSITY CONVERTERS FOR DISTRIBUTED POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS.
84 : BOND GRAPH MODELING OF DOMINANT DYNAMICS OF AUTOMOTIVE POWER TRAINS.
85 : ERGONOMIC, COMPUTERIZED, AUTOMOTIVE INSTRUMENT PANEL.
86 : FORD RESEARCH DUAL MODE CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION.
87 : SINGLE-CHIP MICROCOMPUTER FOR USE IN AUTOMOTIVE INSTRUMENTATION.
88 : DUAL-VOLTAGE POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS FOR AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES.
89 : DEDICATED SINGLE-CHIP MICROCOMPUTER FOR AUTOMOTIVE DASHBOARD APPLICATIONS.
90 : CMOS MICROCOMPUTER SIMPLIFIES SYSTEM DESIGN.
91 : SYSTEM APPROACH TO DESIGN FOR FUEL ECONOMY: THE NEW GENERAL MOTORS FRONT DRIVE CARS.
92 : CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF A VARIABLE DISPLACEMENT STIRLING ENGINE FOR AUTOMOTIVE PROPULSION.
93 : APPLICATION OF PULSE CONVERTERS TO AUTOMOTIVE FOUR STROKE CYCLE ENGINES.
94 : AUTOMOTIVE CVT.
95 : PARAMETRIC STUDY OF THE POWER CONVERSION SYSTEM REPRESENTED BY A FIELD CYCLE COUPLED TO AN ADVANCED STEAM-COOLED CONVERTOR REACTOR.
96 : DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE FUNK 1000 TRANSMISSION.

Titres dans la banque de données INSPEC

97 : A new-generation hybrid electric vehicle and its supporting power semiconductor devices.
98 : A novel ZVS bidirectional Cuk converter for dual voltage systems in automobiles.
99 : Power supply of double-deck cars with medium-frequency electrical isolation.
100 : Efficient calculation of transient temperature fields with general boundary conditions in electronic systems.

101 : EMC issues in cars with electric drives.
102 : Reverse supply polarity protection topologies for automotive power converters.
103 : Supervisory control of a HV integrated starter-alternator with ultracapacitor support within the 42 V automotive electrical system.
104 : Adjoint-based system identification and feedforward control optimization in automotive powertrain subsystems.
105 : High temperature, high power density packaging for automotive applications.
106 : A novel compact DC-DC converter for 42 V systems.
107 : Automotive application of multi-phase coupled-inductor DC-DC converter.
108 : Design and analysis of automotive high intensity discharge lamp ballast using micro controller unit.
109 : Specifying an inductor-a cautionary tale.
110 : A ZVS, quasi-ZCS converter with an improved power rating for 14/42V automotive application.
111 : Comparison of 3-, 5-, and 6-phase machines for automotive charging applications.
112 : Two concepts of starter-generator-machines for 8 to 12 cylinder combustion engines.
113 : Computer-aided optimization of DC/DC converters for automotive applications.
114 : Converter meets automotive needs.
115 : Hybrid auxiliary power unit (APU) for automotive applications.
116 : A magnetic-less DC-DC converter for dual-voltage automotive systems.
117 : Resolver position sensing system with integrated fault detection for automotive applications.
118 : On the potential for direct or MHD conversion of power from a novel plasma source to electricity for microdistributed power applications.
119 : A compact DC/AC inverter for automotive application.
120 : Models for the control and simulation of synchronous type machine drives under various fault conditions.
121 : Contributions to the theory and design of DC buck converter with RC load.
122 : A novel bidirectional DC-DC converter with ZVS and interleaving for dual voltage systems in automobiles.
123 : A magnetic-less DC-DC converter for dual voltage automotive systems.
124 : A very high density, heatsink mounted inductor for automotive applications.
125 : A switched reluctance motor drive for automotive applications.

126 : Multiple input DC-DC power converter for fuel-cell powered hybrid vehicles.
127 : Design methodology for non insulated DC-DC converter: application to 42V-14V "Powernet".
128 : Investigation on transient and steady-state characteristics with electronic ballast of automotive HID lamps.
129 : High density packaging of the passive components in an automotive DC/DC converter.
130 : 2002 IEEE 33rd Annual IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference. Proceedings (Cat. No.02CH37289).
131 : Supporting automotive fuel cell applications.
132 : Charge balance control schemes for cascade multilevel converter in hybrid electric vehicles.
133 : A multiphase DC/DC converter for automotive power systems.
134 : A portable temperature monitor design.
135 : Bidirectional full-electric step-less gearbox.
136 : Fully MMIC-based front end for FMCW automotive radar at 77 GHz.
137 : 9th European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications. EPE 2001.
138 : BLINC: A 640x480 CMOS active pixel video camera with adaptive digital processing, extended optical dynamic range, and miniature form factor.
139 : New design for high current power modules using MAX 247 package with IMS substrate: automotive application.
140 : Multi-converter power electronic systems: definition and applications.
141 : Switched-capacitor power electronics circuits.
142 : Permanent-magnet, direct-drive, starter/alternator machine with weakened flux linkage for constant-power operation over extremely wide speed range.
143 : DC-AC conversion strategy optimized for battery or fuel-cell-supplied AC motor drives.
144 : Automobile operating voltages are likely to be tripled.
145 : New DC/DC converter topology of resistor-emulating input and output dedicated to the automobile 42/14 V PowerNetTM.
146 : Heat sink exchanger dimensioning for hybrid inverter.
147 : Modeling hybrid electric HMMWV power system performance.
148 : A high efficiency DC/DC converter as the front-end stage of high intensity discharge lamp ballasts for automobiles.
149 : Computer-aided optimization of DC/DC converters for automotive applications.
150 : Design and analysis of automotive HID lamp ballast system using auxiliary winding.

151 : Automatic gearbox continuously controlled by electromagnetic and electronic power converter.
152 : Broad-band modeling of a realistic power converter shield for electric vehicle applications.
153 : Mitigation of torque transients of power enhanced alternators produced by a novel windings turnover converter for automotive networks.
154 : A starter/alternator system with permanent magnet machine and AC power supply based on a space vector controlled three- and single-phase converter for mobile applications.
155 : Dual use power management system for space radar.
156 : Design options for automotive batteries in advanced car electrical systems.
157 : A multichannel CMOS interface IC for recording car-crash conditions.
158 : A high-performance automobile generator featuring end-shield fitted enhanced power circuit (DCB) and control electronics.
159 : Needs and applications of high temperature LSIs for automotive electronic systems.
160 : Low-cost high power-density electronic ballast for automotive HID lamp.
161 : Low internal resistance MOSFET power transistors for vehicle and DC/DC converter applications.
162 : A read-out IC for airbag.
163 : Modeling and control of automotive HID lamp ballast.
164 : Unified modeling of hybrid electric vehicle drivetrains.
165 : An optical radar based device for measuring automobile belt displacement in real time.
166 : Wide-load-range resonant converter supplying the SAE J-1773 electric vehicle inductive charging interface.
167 : Planar magnetic components for driving and controlling xenon lamps used in motor vehicles.
168 : Multilevel converters for large electric drives.
169 : Development and verification of a 32.768 KHz PLL embedded in 8-16 bit MCU for automotive applications.
170 : Can an AC (alternating current) electrical system replace the present DC system in the automobile? An investigative feasibility study. I. System architecture.
171 : Emerging MMIC technology at mm-wave frequencies for communications and radar systems.
172 : Multisystem converter series "VIS 50" for power supply of passenger cars.
173 : Multilevel converters for large electric drives.
174 : A 77 GHz T/R MMIC chip set for automotive radar systems.
175 : Modeling and simulation of power electronics for educational purposes.

176 : Regulated DC power generation using mixed-pole synchronous reluctance machines.
177 : Identification of dynamical model parameters of secondary energy source for converter systems.
178 : The use of multilevel modeling for motion analysis.
179 : A bond graph simulator for power train simulation including semiconductor device models.
180 : High precision 5 V regulator IC type CCR08 for automotive ECU system.
181 : Modelling the series resonant converter with state vectors for an AC power distribution system in automotive applications.
182 : Wide load range resonant converter supplying the SAE J-1773 inductive charging interface.
183 : A single switch buck converter for hybrid electric vehicle generators.
184 : TEC as electric generator in an automobile catalytic converter.
185 : Comparative design of a new DC/DC conversion scheme for gas discharge lamp in automotive applications.
186 : Full-bridge, series-resonant converter supplying the SAE J-1773 electric vehicle inductive charging interface.
187 : A power BCD chipset for automotive HID lamp ballast systems.
188 : Experiences from a high speed system for hybrid vehicles.
189 : Novel dc-dc converter keeps power constant.
190 : Reducing costs for power electronics.
191 : Microcontroller C167CR: the right core for every converter.
192 : The concept of a high performance all-round energy efficient mechatronically-controlled tri-mode supercar.
193 : Aspects of power electronics evolution in Europe.
194 : Flyback converter provides 12 VDC battery charger rail from US or European AC or 400 VDC power factor correction inputs.
195 : A high frequency DC/DC converter for electric vehicles.
196 : A boost-type converter for DC-supply of fluorescent lamps.
197 : A simple converter for DC-supply of fluorescent lamps.
198 : Software-compensated programmable temperature controller.
199 : A variable-speed brushless doubly-fed automotive alternator.
200 : Product test: DC-DC converter for the motor vehicle.

201 : Low cost sensorless switched reluctance motor drives for automotive applications.
202 : PCB materials for the 1990s SMT substrates for high wattage devices.
203 : An improved automotive power distribution system using nonlinear resonant switch converters.
204 : Single switch dual output converter dynamic behavior and operating range.
205 : An improved automotive power distribution system using nonlinear resonant switch converters.
206 : Novel current-sense technique boosts converter efficiency.
207 : Simplified topology for DC/DC converter design.
208 : Bridge into the 16-bit world-controller of the 8051 family for the upper performance range.
209 : High-frequency high-density converters for distributed power supply systems.
210 : Development and implementation of the control system for an advanced electric vehicle power train.
211 : Developments in DC-to-DC converter technology.
212 : Dual-voltage power distribution systems for automotive vehicles.
213 : Single-chip microcomputer for use in automotive instrumentation.
214 : A new single-chip microcomputer for automotive instrumentation.
215 : A 40 W automotive audio-power booster.


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