Artem Rodionov

Doctoral Student at Electric Power Engineering

Artem Rodionov is a PhD student at the division Electric Power Engineering.

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2021

Analytical Conduction Loss Calculation of a MOSFET Three-Phase Inverter Accounting for the Reverse Conduction and the Blanking Time

Alessandro Acquaviva, Artem Rodionov, Anton Kersten et al
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics. Vol. 68 (8), p. 6682-6691
Journal article
2020

Sizing and energy efficiency analysis of a multi-phase FSCW PMSM drive for traction application

Artem Rodionov, Alessandro Acquaviva, Yujing Liu
IECON Proceedings (Industrial Electronics Conference). Vol. 2020-October, p. 2069-2074
Paper in proceeding
2020

Analysis of DC Link Current and Voltage Stress for Motor Drive Application in Dual Three-Phase Configuration

Artem Rodionov, Xiaoliang Huang, Yujing Liu
IECON Proceedings (Industrial Electronics Conference). Vol. 2020-October, p. 1267-1272
Paper in proceeding
2019

Design and Parameter Sensitivity Analysis of a Heatsink for a Direct Cooled Power Module with a Ribbon Bonded Cooling Structure

Artem Rodionov, Yujing Liu, Felix Mannerhagen
Power Electronics and Applications (EPE '19 ECCE Europe), 2019 21st European Conference on
Paper in proceeding

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2016–2020

Integrerade drivsystem för elektriska fordon

Yujing Liu Electric Power Engineering
Artem Rodionov Electrical Machines and Power Electronics
Swedish Energy Agency

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