Appendix A
Agenda of the Committee’s Data-Gathering Workshop

Combat Hybrid Power Systems Technologies

National Materials Advisory Board

National Research Council

August 26-27, 2002

Double Tree San Jose

2050 Gateway Place

San Jose, California 95110

August 26, 2002

7:30 a.m.

Registration Begins (Continental Breakfast)

8:30

Welcome and Remarks: Robert Guenther, Duke University, Chair, National Research Council Committee on Assessment of Combat Hybrid Power Systems

 

System Overviews

Session ChairRobert Guenther

8:45

Integrating Combat Hybrid Power Technologies into Future Combat Systems: William Siegel, SAIC

9:15

Combat Hybrid Power System Technologies: George Frazier, SAIC

10:15

Break

 

Technology Overviews

Session Chair—Robert Lasseter

10:30

Advanced Electric Motor Drives: Balarama Murty, General Motors R&D Center

11:00

Power Electronics for Motor Drives: Jerry Pollack, Rockwell Automation

11:30

Switching Technologies in Higher Power: Deepak Divan, Soft Switch

12:00

Lunch

 

Technology Overviews

Session Chair—William Nunnally

1:00 p.m.

SiC High-temperature Wideband Gap Materials: Mike Mazzola, Mississippi State University



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Combat Hybrid Power System Component Technologies: Technical Challenges and Research Priorities Appendix A Agenda of the Committee’s Data-Gathering Workshop Combat Hybrid Power Systems Technologies National Materials Advisory Board National Research Council August 26-27, 2002 Double Tree San Jose 2050 Gateway Place San Jose, California 95110 August 26, 2002 7:30 a.m. Registration Begins (Continental Breakfast) 8:30 Welcome and Remarks: Robert Guenther, Duke University, Chair, National Research Council Committee on Assessment of Combat Hybrid Power Systems   System Overviews Session ChairRobert Guenther 8:45 Integrating Combat Hybrid Power Technologies into Future Combat Systems: William Siegel, SAIC 9:15 Combat Hybrid Power System Technologies: George Frazier, SAIC 10:15 Break   Technology Overviews Session Chair—Robert Lasseter 10:30 Advanced Electric Motor Drives: Balarama Murty, General Motors R&D Center 11:00 Power Electronics for Motor Drives: Jerry Pollack, Rockwell Automation 11:30 Switching Technologies in Higher Power: Deepak Divan, Soft Switch 12:00 Lunch   Technology Overviews Session Chair—William Nunnally 1:00 p.m. SiC High-temperature Wideband Gap Materials: Mike Mazzola, Mississippi State University

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Combat Hybrid Power System Component Technologies: Technical Challenges and Research Priorities 1:30 Energy Storage—Batteries: John Monroe, U.S. Army/TACOM; Richard Bendert, Ovonic Battery Company 2:00 Energy Storage—Capacitors: Stephen Merryman, Auburn University 2:30 Storage System Design/Modeling: John Kajs, SAIC   Breakout Sessions Overview 3:00 Breakout Sessions Charge and Assignments: Robert Guenther 3:15 Break   Breakout Sessions 3:30 to 5:30   Advanced Electric Motor Drives and Power Electronics Session Chair—Balarama Murty, General Motors R&D Center   Switching Technologies in Higher Power Session Chair—Robert Lasseter, University of Wisconsin   High Temperature Wide Band Gap Materials Session Chair—William Nunnally, University of Missouri   Energy Storage—Batteries Session Chair—Mark Ehsani, Texas A&M University Battery Systems for DOD Applications: Tom Matty, Saft America Energy Storage—Capacitors Session Chair—Steven Boggs, University of Connecticut   Storage System Design Session Chair—Michael Raleigh, Advanced Power Technologies, Inc. Storage System Design/Modeling: Wilford Smith, SAIC 5:30 Break 6:00 to 7:00 Reception (Committee discussion with participants) August 27, 2002 7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast   Closed Session for Committee (Discussion of Day 1 Results and Day 2 Plans) Session Chair — Robert Guenther 7:30 to 8:30 Breakout Sessions 8:30 to 11:30   Advanced Electric Motor Drives and Power Electronics Session Chair—Balarama Murty

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Combat Hybrid Power System Component Technologies: Technical Challenges and Research Priorities   Switching Technologies in Higher Power Session Chair—Robert Lasseter   High Temperature Wide Band Gap Materials Session Chair—William Nunnally   Energy Storage—Batteries Session Chair—Mark Ehsani   Energy Storage—Capacitors Session Chair—Steven Boggs   Storage System Design Session Chair—Michael Raleigh   Technology Debriefs (Summary of Breakout Sessions) Session Chair—Robert Guenther 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.   Advanced Electric Motor Drives and Power Electronics Balarama Murty   Switching Technologies in Higher Power Robert Lasseter   High Temperature Wide Band Gap Materials William Nunnally   Energy Storage—Batteries Mark Ehsani   Energy Storage—Capacitors Steven Boggs   Storage System Design Michael Raleigh 1:00 Lunch   Closed Session for Committee (Lunch and Report Writing) Session Chair—Robert Guenther 1:00 to 3:30 2:00-3:30 Systems Integration Laboratory Site Visit for Workshop Attendees 3:30-5:00 Systems Integration Laboratory Site Visit for Committee

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