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Dr. Jin Ye Received a NSF Award Of $360,000 to Develop Low-Torque-Ripple Sensorless Control of Mutually Coupled Switched Reluctance Machines


Jin Ye

Dr. Jin Ye, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, received a new NSF award of a total $360,000 for three years (2017-2020) to develop the low-torque-ripple sensorless control of mutually coupled switched reluctance machines. The proposed research will advance motor drive technologies by designing a novel control scheme for mutually coupled switched reluctance machines. Such machines are of great importance to satisfy the increasing demand for cost-effective, highly reliable and efficient motor drive systems in electrified transportation, industrial applications, and home appliances. The work will promote research, teaching, training, and learning in power electronics and motor drives. The research will be integrated into the undergraduate and graduate electric power engineering curriculum to educate future engineers who will have the skills and knowledge to meet the emerging needs of the industry.

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