International Conference More Electric Aircraft - Advancements in electric power systems

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Deep insight into More Electric Aircraft and effective energy management of electrical power conversion systems

• Understand More Electric Aircraft architecture which offers significant cost benefits with lower recurring costs, integration of key sub-systems and multi-use of electronic components
• Explore important possibilities for reducing the overall costs of operation by increasing overall aircraft performance and reducing fuel consumption and
energy usage
• Find out more about model-based design for Energy Optimized Aircraft to achieve an optimum efficiency and performance both at aircraft and at systems level
• Discuss opportunities for intelligent and effective energy management by developing
software tools, innovative components and architectures that provide higher levels of power and thermal efficiency
• Learn how this technological opportunity for aircraft power systems is rapidly advancing the evolution of power electronics and electronic actuators, as well as fault tolerant power distribution systems

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International Conference More Electric Aircraft - Advancements in electric power systems

  1. 1. • Understand More Electric Aircraft architecture which offers significant cost benefits with lower recurring costs, integration of key sub-systems and multi-use of electronic components • Explore important possibilities for reducing the overall costs of operation by increasing overall aircraft performance and reducing fuel consumption and energy usage • Find out more about model-based design for Energy Optimized Aircraft to achieve an optimum efficiency and performance both at aircraft and at systems level • Discuss opportunities for intelligent and effective energy management by developing software tools, innovative components and architectures that provide higher levels of power and thermal efficiency • Learn how this technological opportunity for aircraft power systems is rapidly advancing the evolution of power electronics and electronic actuators, as well as fault tolerant power distribution systems Highlight Speaker: Interactive Workshop Day | Wednesday, 27 November 2013 A | How power electronics support More Electrical Aircraft architecture B | Challenges of centralized vs. decentralized electrical architecture C | Energy and thermal management – Discover the benefits of electronic power systems D | Efficient storage solutions for electronic power systems MORE ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT Confirmed companies: • Boeing Company • Lufthansa Technik AG • Honeywell Aerospace • Safran Group • Goodrich Actuation Systems • GE Aviation • Hamburg University of Technology • University of Nottingham Further invited companies • Airbus Operations • Air Asia • Air Berlin • Air France S.A. • American Airlines • Australia Airlines • British Airways • Cathay Pacific • Delta Air Lines • Deutsche Lufthansa AG • Emirates Airlines • Iberia Airlines • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines • Korean Air • Qantas Airlines • SWISS International Air Lines • TUIfly Nordic • Turkish Airlines • United Airlines • Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd. • Airberlin Technik GmbH • German Aerospacenter Supported by International Conference Advancements in electric power systems Deep insight into More Electric Aircraft and effective energy management of electrical power conversion systems 25 – 27 November 2013 | Radisson BLU Hotel, Hamburg Airport, Germany Electrical power conversion systems • Model-based design • Power/energy/thermal management • Storage concepts for electronic systems Save up to € 480,- with our Early Birds if you book and pay by 06 August 2013! To Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.more-electric-aircraft.com/PM Kamiar J. Karimi, Senior Technical Fellow and Chief Engineer, Boeing Company, USA Dr. Hao Huang, Chief Technologist, Engineering and Technology, GE Aviation – Electrical Power, USA Prof. Pat Wheeler, Director of the Institute for Aerospace Technology, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK

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