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LABORATORY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND POWER ELECTRONICS

Research – Development – Innovation

Developments

The L2EP laboratory has developed a number of tools that are part of its scientific patrimony and relies on experimental means developed by its teams.

code_Carmel

code_Carmel is a 3D finite element code for studying low frequency electromagnetism problems. This code is now developed with Edf R & D since 2008 as part of a joint laboratory, LAMEL (OMN Team)

Sophemis

The Sophemis platform is a supervisor of optimization of electrical machines in their environment. It offers many multi-objective, multi-physical and multi-granular methodologies. (OMN team)

REM and FVG

The Macroscopic Energy Representation (EMR) is a formalism of graphical representation of non-elementary energy systems, based on the principle of interaction, for a systematic deduction of their Control structure (Control team)

The Generalized Vector (GVF) is an extension of the « space vector » approach to n-dimension systems, typically machines and converter systems with more than two independent currents. It allow to decouple the studied system into independent subsystems.

Storage Characterization

The storage characterization bench is used to test and characterize storage components such as supercapacitors and electrochemical cells under real-world constraints (cycling). (ELECTORNIC POWER Team)