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Systemic design of multidisciplinary electrical energy devices: a pedagogical approach

Guillaume Fontes
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Bruno Sareni
Xavier Roboam

Abstract

In this paper, we present a complete educative project for illustrating the design and the analysis of hybrid electrical systems. It is based on the study of an ElectroHydrostatic Actuator for flight control application, fed by a power supply associating a PEM fuel cell with a ultracapacitor storage. This system is controlled to achieve a typical energy management strategy of this multi source structure.Step by step, student can faces typical issues relative to the design of heterogenous and multidisciplinary devices by achieving eight pedagogical objectives. These eight targets are focused on methodological approach for multi domain modelling (Bond Graphs), causal analysis, but also on simulation of complex heterogeneous systems. A typical hybrid system feeding an ElectroHydrostatic Actuator (EHA) for flight control application has to be designed which drives students towards other pedagogical objectives: system based device sizing (fuel cell and ultracapacitor), energy management, system analysis.
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hal-04044019 , version 1 (24-03-2023)

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Guillaume Fontes, Bruno Sareni, Xavier Roboam. Systemic design of multidisciplinary electrical energy devices: a pedagogical approach. 13th European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications - EPE’09, Sep 2009, Barcelona, Spain. pp.0. ⟨hal-04044019⟩
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