Holiday Reception – Exhibit Area
Student Posters (12)
ESRDC Posters at ASNE Advanced Naval Propulsion Conference
University of Texas at Austin:
Student: Jason Albert, Patrick Hewlett
"Improving Performance of Gas Turbines Subjected to Marine Environment Contaminants." The authors are: Jason Albert, Kelly Keefe, and David Bogard.
Patrick Hewlett and Thomas Kiehne "A Framework for Dynamic Modeling and Simulation of Shipboard HVAC Strategies."
Student: Ricky Chan,
R.R. Chan, S.D. Sudhoff, and E.L. Zivi, "A Prescribed Robustness Evolutionary Algorithm"
R.R. Chan, S.D. Sudhoff, Y. Lee, and E.L. Zivi, "A Linear Programming Approach to Modeling an Integrated Engineering Plant Electrical System"
M. Bash, B.N. Cassimere, C. Harianto, D. Wu, S.D. Pekarek, and S.D. Sudhoff, "Multi-Objective Electric Machine Design using Population-Based Optimization Method"
Florida State University:
Student: Fletcher Flemming,Y. Pan, M. Steurer, T. L. Baldwin, P. M. da Silveira, P. F. Ribeiro, "Effective Ground Fault Location in High-resistance Grounded Shipboard DC Power Distribution Systems"
S. Azongha, L.Liu, H. Li, "Utilizing Ultra-capacitor Energy Storage in Motor Drives".
Siyu Leng, Wenxin Liu, and David Cartes, “ Reconfigurable Active Front-End for Power Quality Improvement of Adjustable Speed Drives "
University of South Carolina:
Students: Philip Stone and Ruixian Fang
“Use of Harmonic Metrics for Strategic Placement of Filters in a Reconfigurable Electric Ship Integrated Power System” Philip Stone, Jingjiang Wang, Yong-June Shin, and Roger A. Dougal.
“APPLICATION OF SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL IN THE ELECTRIC SHIP POWER SYSTEM”,Wei Jiang, Ruixian Fang, Jamil Khan, Roger A. Dougal, Juan Ordonez
Mississippi State University:
Student: Hymiar Hamilton, Venkata Krishna Pendurthi
Hymiar Hamilton and Noel Schulz, “Naval Shipboard Design and Protection Criteria for a MVDC NGIPS”.
Venkata Krishna Pendurthi, Dr. Stephanie Doane, Dr. Noel Schulz, Dr. Anurag Srivastava, “Cognitive Engineering Analysis of a Decision Support System for Real-Time Adaptive Power System Reconfiguration”