Presentation - International Future Energy Challenge

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IFEC 2009

The 2009 International Future Energy
Challenge
TM

Workshop IFEC 2009

The 2009 International Future Energy Challenge
TM



Welcome Address




Ralph M. Kennel

IEEE
-
PELS

Vice President Meetings

Electrical Machines and Drives

Bergische Universitaet Wuppertal

Electrical Drive Systems and Power Electronics

Technische Universitaet Muenchen

Global Development: Increase of Energy Demand

source: Siemens PTD

where will we get

our electrical energy from in the future ?

we should have a goal

even if we are not convinced we will gain it

there is a discussion in Germany


the 5 * 20 model
:



20 %

nuclear power



20 %

fossile power



20 %

renewable power



20 %

biomass / biogas



20 %

energy savings

Workshop IFEC 2009

The 2009 International Future Energy Challenge
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Energy Saving Potential in Industry

(in Germany)



26,5 % heat dissipation



5 % lighting



68,5 % mechanical energy (electrical drives)




2,2 % energy saving potential motor efficiency



9 % energy saving potential

by variable speed drives


source: ZVEI

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0

4

8

12

16

20

1800

1900

2000

2100

Energy Consumption [bn kWh]

Savings of 25% are possible in current electrical energy consumption
which equals the demand of the USA.

Source: Fraunhofer Institute, IISP, LES
-
Flyer, 2004

Energy
D
emand
and

Electricity
C
onsumption are on the
R
ise



W
e
C
an
H
elp to "
D
o
M
ore
W
ith
L
ess"

Total

Energy

Electrical

Energy

25
-
30%
s
avings
p
otential

by more
e
xtensive
u
se of

e
lectronic
p
ower
c
onversion

(e. g. power electronics)

Stand
-
by (TV, ...)

Power
Supplies

(e. g. in Servers)

Lighting

Air
Conditioning

Drive
Control

Transportation

90%

saving

potential

1%

efficiency

increase

25%

saving

potential

20
-
30%

saving

potential


(
by

power
electronics
)

30
-
40%

saving

potential

(
by

intelligent
control
)

30
-
40%

saving

potential



(
by

power
electronics
)

Energy Saving Potential by Power Electronics

source
: Siemens PTD

Topic B

Topic A

is

that

a
lot

???

in Europe
that

would

save

a
complete

nuclear

plant !!!

Saving Energy is our Main Issue for the Next Decade(s)



energy consumption is globally increasing



a significant part of the needed energy is electrical energy




25


40 % of that could be saved



that is more than necessary to meet

the demands of the Kyoto Protocol !!




to achieve that power electronics and system control must be used more effectively




higher cost

for electronic circuits prevents industry (as well as ourselves) from doing that




cost reduction

in power electronics and industrial electronics

supports introduction of energy saving technologies

Workshop IFEC 2009

The 2009 International Future Energy Challenge
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Discussion Issues


what are the problems in industry

in using energy saving technologies ?


can academics do more to encourage industry ?


where are the fields of future investigations ?


control schemes


component design


system design


is industry willing

to invest resources in researching these areas ?

Workshop IFEC 2009

The 2009 International Future Energy Challenge
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Workshop IFEC 2009

The 2009 International Future Energy Challenge
TM

Topic (A) : Integrated Starter/Alternator
-
Motor Drive for Automotive Applications:

Topic (B) : Low Cost Wind Turbine Energy Maximizer:




Saving Energy in Transportation



by increasing efficiency



by reducing weight

The Future Energy Challenge Competition

supports us in getting a step further



Saving Energy



by using renewable energy



by using sophisticated control

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Congratulations and Good Luck to the teams in Topic (A) :

The Power Electronics Society (IEEE
-
PELS)

is proud that the Future Energy Challenge Competition

has become a global event !!

Consortium

of

the

University
of

Colorado
at

Boulder (USA)

and

University
of

Tokushima (Japan)

Federal University
of

Mato Grosso do Sul (
Brazil
)

United International University (
Bangladesh
)

University
of

Wisconsin
at

Milwaukee (USA)

Cologne University
of

Applied
Sciences

(Germany)

University
of

Central Florida (USA)

Federal University
of

Ceara

(
Brazil
)

Consortium

of

Bangladesh

University

of

Engineering
and

Technology

and

East West University (
Bangladesh
)

… and in Topic (B) :

Workshop IFEC 2009

The 2009 International Future Energy Challenge
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The Power Electronics Society (IEEE
-
PELS)

is proud that the Future Energy Challenge Competition

has become a global event !!

University
of

Texas
at

Arlington (USA)

Istanbul Technical University (Turkey)

Universitaet

Karlsruhe (Germany)

HuaZhong

University

of

Science
and

Technology (China)

Northern
Caribbean

University (Jamaica)

University
of

Macau (China)


Thank you !

Workshop IFEC 2009

The 2009 International Future Energy Challenge
TM