A joint workshop organized by LETI partner on February 19, 2020.
A joint workshop organized by LETI partner on February 19th, 2020.
OUC and LETI students presented the student project preparing and progress, LETI and OUC academic colleagues made comments and summaries for the project.
See the photo from a project meeting after workshop, summary og project progress and preparing for next actions.
Meeting attendants sitting round the table from the left to the right: Fride Amundsen (OUC student), Jørgen Alfredsen (OUC student), Andrey V. Weinmeister (LETI staff), Olav Aaker (OUC staff), Anastasiia Skakun (LETI staff), Marcus Berthinussen (OUC student), Hong Wu (OUC staff), Alexander Suslikov (LETI student), Kirill Kononov (LETI student), Vladislav Kruzhkov (LETI student)
These are topics or parts the students presented during the workshop
Vladislav Kruzhkov (LETI): Introduction, why is regenerative braking interesting and an example of its use - eDumper Switzerland machine.
Marcus Berthinussen (OUC): Theory about induction machines (asynchronous motor), about its way of working, structure, and advantages.
Kirill Kononov (LETI): Basic theory about frequency converters, namely frequency converters with intermediate circuits, its topology and about Sinamics Starter software.
Alexander Suslikov (LETI): Regenerative braking experiments with the asynchronous generator (induction machine) we've done: the behavior of asynchronous motor at 3 times rated speed for further experiments at very high speeds; regenerative braking to the braking resistor; various types of motors as the motor (asynchronous, synchronous, DC motor).
A student project placed at LETI-Faculty of Economics and Management – network developing and presenting of Tourism business in Norway – actions and cases.