Newell Distinguished Prof
- ECE Dept, Mail Box 5720
- Clarkson University
- 8 Clarkson Avenue
- Potsdam, NY 13699
- Telephone: 315-268-6509
- Fax: 315-268-7600
- Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Large process industry motor drive performance and
power quality analysis. Efficiency of switched reluctance and permanent
magnet motor drives for utility applications. Operation of motors in
industrial plants exposed to voltage dips and discontinuities. Effects of
supply discontinuities on motors and drives. Potential for increased
efficiency of motors and drives in the chemical and process industries.
Customized DSM Programs High power density motor drives for maritime
applications. Precise position control of a sensor. Evaluation and design
of switched reluctance motor drives for electrical actuation. Power
quality study of an ungrounded electronically supplied distribution
system. Operation of induction machines in the presence of unbalanced
supplies. Noise calculation and reduction in switched reluctance motors.
Equipment to allow practical investigations into shipboard power systems.
Research in hybrid electric vehicles.
7.5 hp dynamometer, specialized motors and drives
(switched reluctance, permanent magnet), high speed and bandwidth torque
sensors, high speed digital oscilloscope, power electronic converters to
drive induction machines, switched reluctance machines, permanent magnet
machines, design and analysis software like EE designer, autocad, PSPICE,
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