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Analyse et conception des systèmes électriques embarqués.
Application aux réseaux de bord d'avion

Abstract : Solid state networks like power network are in constant modification due to the development of the power electronics systems. The future is clear : the embedded
power will be electric and the hydraulic and pneumatic
power will be reduced. At this time, this transformation
is present civil aircraft.
However, the increasing number of power electronic
converters connected to aircraft electrical supply networks
increases the harmonic levels and the risk of unstability.
For analysis an design goals, appropriated methods must be used. In this context, the first part of this report describes the evolution of the state power
network until 50 years. In the second part, a global methodology for design embedded systems is proposed.
The two following parts are applications of this methodology in the European project context called
Power Optimized Aircraft. One analyses the dynamic
effects in a HVDC structure composed with a starter generator and a fuel pump motor. The modal approach linked to the averages models is discussed. The participation factor and the sensitive analysis are
presented in this application.
The last part proposes a methodology to optimize a
passive input filter and to fulfil harmonic standards. The
method is applied to a diode rectifier, with capacitive load, which represents a very common Power Input Stage for actuators.0510915236
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Franck Barruel. Analyse et conception des systèmes électriques embarqués.
Application aux réseaux de bord d'avion. Energie électrique. Université Joseph-Fourier - Grenoble I, 2005. Français. ⟨tel-00164837v2⟩

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