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[IEEE Austria IAS/PELS/IES Jt. Chapter]: DL Prof. Sanjib Kumar Panda A Futuristic Medium-Voltage Grid-Connected Multi-Port Public Electric-Vehicle Ultra-Fast-Charging-Station with G2V and V2G capability

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Thursday, 27. June 2024, 15:00 - 16:20
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Representatives of the IEEE Austria IAS/PELS/IES Jt. Chapter and IEEE Austria PES Chapter are delighted to invite you the lecture of Prof. Sanjib Kumar Panda entitled: “A Futuristic Medium-Voltage Grid-Connected Multi-Port Public Electric-Vehicle Ultra-Fast- Charging-Station with G2V and V2G capability”.

Event Overview:
Start: 27th June 2024, 3:00 PM (Vienna, Austria and Online).
End:  27th June 2024, 4:20 PM

The event is free of charge! Registration required!





3:00 PM: Opening and Welcome

3:05 PM: Prof. Sanjib Kumar Panda: A Futuristic Medium-Voltage Grid-Connected Multi-Port Public Electric-Vehicle Ultra-Fast-Charging-Station with G2V and V2G capability

4:05 PM: Q&A and final discussions

4:20 PM: End of Event


Abstract: Medium-voltage (MV) grid-connected solid-state-transformer (SST) based fast-charging (FC) stations provide several merits in terms of improved efficiency, power density, current limiting capability, etc. However, the propositions in literature are either not bidirectional (to simultaneously support V2G and G2V) or are unable to interface multiple types of plug-in electric-vehicles (PEVs), which are not able to meet the expectations of future fast-charging infrastructures. The fast-charging solutions available commercially are mostly for interfacing with the low voltage grid, and are unable to connect multiple type of PEVs. In this lecture, a futuristic MV grid-connected public multi-port FC/dC station is presented which not only resembles a conventional vehicle refuelling station’s functionality by simultaneously interfacing all three types of PEV categories (heavy or hPEVs, medium or mPEVs and light or lPEVs), but also facilitates bidirectional power flow for V2G applications. The modulation, operation and control schemes of the front-end (FE) MVAC-LVDC single-stage conversion and back-end (BE) DC-DC conversion of the proposed architecture are presented in details. Real-time digital-simulator (RTDS) based Hardware-in-loop (HIL) test results for full-scale 22 kV, 1 MVA architecture’s bidirectional operation verifies the proposed operation and controller for full-scale operation. The architecture facilitates simultaneous FC/dC of 1 hPEV within 49.5 min, 2 mPEVs within 28 min and 4 lPEVs within 16 min, while adhering closely to the prescribed charging/discharging schedules of each PEV. Finally, a proportionally scaled down 1 kV, 13.2 kVA experimental verification validates the architecture’s performance during drastic net power flow change conditions and exhibits a peak efficiency of 96.4% with a power density of 3.2 kVA/L. A comprehensive benchmarking of the proposed architecture with commercially available FC products is also presented.


Sanjib Kumar Panda (S’86-M’91-SM’01-F’2021) received B. Eng. Degree from the South Gujarat University, India, in 1983, M.Tech. degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, in 1987, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Cambridge, U.K., in 1991, all in electrical engineering. He was the recipient of the Cambridge-Nehru Scholarship and M. T. Mayer Graduate Scholarship during his PhD study (1987-1991). Since 1992, he has been holding a faculty position in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore and currently serving as an Associate Professor and Director of the Power & Energy Research Area. Dr. Panda has published more than 450 peer-reviewed research papers, co-authored one book and contributed to several book chapters, holds six patents and co-founder of three start-up companies. His research interests include high-performance control of motor drives and power electronic converters, condition monitoring and predictive maintenance, building energy efficiency enhancement etc. He is serving as an Associate Editor of several IEEE Transactions e.g. Power Electronics, Industry Applications, Energy Conversion, Access and IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics. He is the Chair of the IEEE PELS Technical Committee -12 (TC-12): Energy Access and Off-grid Systems.

Location Vienna Austria & Online
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