Welcome MessageWelcome to the 2019 Electric Ship Technology Symposium. On behalf of the2019 ESTS organizing committee, we would like to thank each and every one ofthe attendees for coming to this meeting where we will exchange ideas on thefuture of electric ship technologies. The Electric Ship Technology Symposiumbegan in 2005, largely as a result of U.S. Navy interest in electric ships, aninterest which has grown over the subsequent years. So to this end, weparticularly thank the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Office of Naval Research for theirsupport of this technical area over the years. But of course, interest in electricships is not limited to the U.S. Navy, or even the navies of the world; indeed,electric ship technology is of strong interest in many civilian maritimeapplications, and so the range of contributors to this technology is quite diverse.Thus it is our goal that this conference welcomes all who are interested in electricships to both learn and contribute new technical knowledge to this growing area.As with last year, we are offering tutorials on the day before the official openingof the conference, and hope you will be able to take advantage of these. If youcannot attend, or happen to miss one of interest, this year we are recording thesessions and will make these recordings available online; please see for a link to the tutorials.As we collectively participate in this year’s symposium, please be aware of thegenerous support provided by our platinum sponsors – General Atomics,Northrop Grumman, RTDS Technologies and Leonardo DRS. Please be sure tovisit their booths during the conference as they are all important contributors toelectric ship technology.The technical committee also thanks the IEEE Power and Energy Society and theIEEE Power Electronics Society for technical and financial sponsorship of thisconference, without which the conference would have been impossible. Thecommittee also thanks the IEEE Transportation Electrification Community fortechnical sponsorship, and for helping to advertise this event. Finally, we hope thateach of you will find the conference to be enjoyable, stimulating, and enlightening.Prof. Scott Sudhoff, Schweitzer Power and Energy AreaSchool of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue UniversityChair, ESTS 2019Dr. Julie ChalfantMIT Sea Grant College Program, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyCo-chair, ESTS 20191

Organizing CommitteeGeneral ChairScott Sudhoff – Purdue UniversityGeneral Co-ChairJulie Chalfant – MITTechnical Program ChairAndrew Lemmon – University of AlabamaTechnical Program Co-ChairMichael “Mischa” Steurer – Florida State UniversityTreasurerAaron Cramer – The University of KentuckyAdministrativeLori Carte – Purdue UniversityPublicity ChairAndrea Benigni – University of South CarolinaPublication ChairSteven Pekarek – Purdue UniversityTutorial ChairJohn Stevens – United States Naval AcademySponsorshipRoger McGinnis – Florida State UniversityIEEE Conference ManagerDeidre Artis – IEEEPELS LiaisonAlex Huang – University of Texas2

Technical CommitteeTechnical Program ChairAndrew Lemmon, University of AlabamaTechnical Program Co-ChairMichael "Mischa" Steurer, Florida State UniversityMembersRolando Burgos, Virginia Tech UniversityJohn Amy, Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia DivisionNorbert Doerry, Naval Sea Systems CommandTerry Ericsen, Ericsen Innovations, LLCAaron Brovont, University of AlabamaDwight Alexander, Northrop GrummanHarish Suryanarayana, ABBAntonello Monti, Aachen UniversityBen Ford, Hepburn & SonsMarie Lawson, Newport News Shipbuilding - Huntington IngallsTimothy McCoy, University of MichiganMichael Mazzola, University of North Carolina CharlotteRavisekhar Raju, GE Global ResearchZareh Soghomonian, Newport News Shipbuilding - Huntington IngallsAndrea Benigni, University of South CarolinaChris Edrington, Florida State University/CAPSMohamad Zahzah, L3Salem Elsaiah, State University of New YorkFletcher Fleming, DRS TechnologiesTy McNutt, Cree FayettevilleRostan Rodrigues, ABBMona Ghassemi, Virginia Tech UniversityGiorgio Sulligoi, University of TriesteJim Turso, Newport News Shipbuilding - Huntington Ingalls3

General Atomics Electromagnetics is anESTS Platinum Sponsor4

RTDS is anESTS Platinum Sponsor5

Northrop Grumman is anESTS Platinum Sponsor6

Leonardo DRS is anESTS Platinum Sponsor7

Technical Sponsors8

Keynote SpeakerWednesday, August 14Thomas C. Fu, Ph.D., SESDr. Thomas Fu is the acting head of the MissionCapable, Persistent and Survivable Naval PlatformsDepartment of the Office of Naval Research (ONR).As department head, he oversees a broad range of S&Tprograms for naval platforms and undersea weapons,with an annual budget of approximately 450 millionper year. He is also the director of the Advanced NavalPlatforms Division within the Mission Capable,Persistent and Survivable Naval Platforms Department.The division provides technologically superiorcapabilities for naval platforms through investments inbasic and applied research and advanced technology development programs foradvanced power systems, acoustic and non-acoustic signatures, structuralreliability and lifecycle management, hydrodynamic performance, advancedpropulsors, metamaterials, thermal system management, and platform autonomyand control, as well as the National Naval Responsibility for Naval Engineering.Dr. Fu was selected for Senior Executive Service in September 2015. He beganhis career in federal civilian service in 1988 at the Naval Surface Warfare Center,Carderock Division, working part-time as a mechanical engineer while ingraduate school. After receiving his doctorate in mechanical engineering in 1993,he became a full-time research engineer. In 2010, he became deputy head of theHydromechanics Department, which later became the Naval Architecture &Engineering Department. In October 2014, Dr. Fu became a program officer inthe Sea Warfare and Weapons Department at ONR.Dr. Fu has authored over 140 technical publications. He earned a Bachelor ofScience in ocean engineering from Purdue University in 1984; a Master ofScience in physical oceanography from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography,University of California, San Diego in 1988; and a doctorate in mechanicalengineering from Johns Hopkins University in 1993. In 2018, Dr. Fu was nameda Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and in 2013 theAsian-American Engineer of the Year by the Chinese Institute of EngineersUSA. Dr. Fu currently serves as an associate editor of the Society of NavalArchitects & Marine Engineering, Journal of Ship Research and the AmericanSociety of Mechanical Engineering, and the Journal of Fluid Engineering.9

Lunch SpeakerWednesday, August 14Stephen Markle,Electric Ships Office (PEO Ships/PMS320)Steve Markle is the Program Manager and Director ofthe Electric Ships Office within the US Navy ProgramExecutive Office Ships, having assumed this role in2014. He is responsible for developing power andpropulsion systems and equipment for the US Navy’sfleet. He is also steward of the living Naval Power andEnergy Systems Technology Development Roadmapwritten to guide intelligent technology investmenttoward meeting current and future fleet warfightingcapability needs.Mr. Markle retired from active duty as a career US Navy Engineering DutyOfficer in 2004. His past professional activities include Engineering Director forNavalis Environmental Systems a marine pollution control equipmentmanufacturer, and Operations Manager for the Engineering and ManufacturingDivision of Geo-Centers, Inc. His active duty assignments included back-to-backjobs on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations, Surface Warfare Directorate asLittoral Combat Ship Budget and Acquisition Action Officer and then FleetMaintenance and Modernization Section Head, he served as Assistant ProjectManager for the T-AKE Program within PEO Expeditionary Warfare, and asStaff Naval Architect on exchange with the Canadian Department of Defence.Mr. Markle is a qualified Surface Warfare Officer and in submarines through theED Dolphin Program. He is a 1994 graduate of the MIT 13A Program earningboth a Master of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering and the NavalEngineers Degree. He is a member of the DoD Acquisition ProfessionalCommunity and is registered as a Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth ofVirginia. His awards include the 2001 ASNE Jimmy Hamilton Award, DoDIndividual Environmental Quality Award, DoD Program Environmental Award,and the ASTM Haas Award. He has published 35 peer reviewed professionalpapers and monologs, and holds one issued and five pending patents. He is anIMarEST Fellow and member of ASNE, SNAME, and the ASTM.10

Keynote SpeakerThursday, August 15R. Scott Forney, IIIGeneral Atomics Electromagnetic SystemsAs the President of General Atomics ElectromagneticSystems (GA-EMS) , Mr. Scott Forney is responsible forall work associated with military and commercial EMSprograms. Since joining GA in 2007, Mr. Forney has ledGA-EMS through a significant period of tintroductions, and record revenue growth. Today, GAEMS is globally recognized for its transformativetechnologies and has emerged as a leading Departmentof Defense contractor for high power electromagneticequipment and systems. During his tenure, Mr. Forneyhas guided the advancement of systems design, engineering, manufacture, test, andsustainment of critical technologies and products, including: hypervelocityweapons systems; solid state lasers; advanced sensors; power inverters, motors andgenerators; capacitors; radiation monitoring systems; nano-satellites; nuclearinstruments; fault tolerant battery systems; and electrostatic separators and terminalautomation products for the oil and gas industry. Among the groundbreakingachievements under Mr. Forney’s leadership are: numerous successful railgunhypersonic projectile launches; successful manned aircraft launches andarrestments with the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) andAdvanced Arresting Gear (AAG); and a ten-fold expansion of EMS’ sophisticatedmanufacturing facility in Tupelo, Mississippi.Mr. Forney’s’ prior experience includes 20 years at General Dynamics ElectricBoat Corporation, where he rose to the position of Senior Overhaul and RepairProgram Manager. He also served as Director of Engineering for Advanced PowerSystems, Concepts and Programs, and Project Director for Electric Drive, withresponsibilities for the development of components supporting electric drive andadvanced power systems. Key projects included: the development of the world’smost advanced marine propulsion system; high-speed motors and generators;advanced controllers; linear plunger displacement devices; wind generatorelectromagnetics; and U.S. Navy electric drive/integrated power systems.11

Prior to joining GA, Mr. Forney was Business Partner and Board Director ofElectro Mechanical Specialists, where he was involved in the strategicdevelopment of company business plans that resulted in improved operationalreadiness and profitability. Mr. Forney was Adjunct Professor of the U.S.Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York, providing lecturer andtechnical support services for the Office of Naval Research-sponsored Nuclearelectric Naval Support Vessel Project. In this capacity, he instructed midshipmenand assisted faculty in preparing the final report of the Nuclear-electric Project.Mr. Forney was educated at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point,New York, receiving Bachelor of Science degree in Marine Engineering. He wasalso an officer in the Merchant Marine Ready Reserve (USNR). Mr. Forney is anactive member of numerous professional associations.12

Dinner SpeakerThursday, August 15Dr. William McBride,Professor of History USNABill McBride is entering his 25th year on the faculty of the US Naval Academywhere he specializes in the history of science, technology, and engineering andalso naval-military history. Previously, he taught at James Madison Universitywhere he was inaugural Shaeffer Distinguished Humanist. He earned his Ph.D. atThe Johns Hopkins University, holds a M.Sc. in aerospace and ocean engineeringfrom Virginia Tech, a B.Sc. in naval architecture from the Naval Academy, andwas an Olin Postdoctoral Fellow in military history at Yale University. Aftergraduating from Annapolis, Professor McBride served in the Pacific Fleetincluding duty as chief engineer (acting) in a steam-powered destroyer andexecutive officer in a hydrofoil. After leaving the Navy, he worked as a roboticsengineer for General Motors Assembly Division, as a naval architect whoreverse-engineered Soviet warship designs for the Office of Naval Intelligence,and, at John J. McMullen Associates, was the naval architect responsible forstability of the Israeli Sa’ar 5 corvette design. In the case of the Sa’ar 5, his workwas validated by INS Hanit’s survival when hit by a cruise missile during the2006 Lebanon War. His histories have garnered international recognitionincluding the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Engineer-HistorianPrize for his book, Technological Change and the United States Navy, 18651945, the Society for Military History’s Moncado Prize, and the Society for theHistory of Technology’s IEEE Life Members’ Prize. He is currently writing abook – titled War, Science and Technology: A History – by invitation fromCambridge University Press in the UK.13

ESTS 2019 SCHEDULETuesday, August 138:00 am10:30 am12:00 pm1:00 pm3:15 pm5:30 pmTutorial Session ITutorial Session IILunchTutorial Session IIITutorial Session IVWelcome ReceptionWednesday, August 147:00 am8:00 am8:45 am10:25 am10:45 am12:25 pm1:45 pm3:25 pm3:45 pm5:25 pmBreakfastOpening Remarks and Keynote AddressPlenary Session 1Coffee BreakTechnical SessionTechnical SessionLunchTechnical SessionTechnical SessionCoffee BreakPoster SessionEnd Technical ProgramThursday, August 157:00 am8:00 am8:30 am10:10 am10:30 am12:10 pm1:30 pm3:10 pm3:30 pm6:00 pmBreakfastKeynote AddressPlenary Session 2Coffee BreakTechnical SessionTechnical SessionLunchTechnical SessionTechnical SessionCoffee BreakTechnical SessionTechnical SessionDinner14

Friday, August 167:15 am8:00 am9:40 am10:00 am11:40 amBreakfastTechnical SessionTechnical SessionCoffee BreakTechnical SessionTechnical SessionEnd SymposiumRoom LocationsTutorial session locations are listed on page 15. Plenary session, breakfasts,lunches and dinner will be in the Jefferson Ballroom 1-2. All technical sessionswill be in the Crystal V&VI Ballroom and Jefferson 3 room.15

ESTS 2019 PROGRAMTuesday, August 138:00 amTutorial Session IElectric Ship: Historical Perspectives (Jefferson 1&2)Norbert Doerry, NAVSEA, United StatedJohn Amy, NSWC Philadelphia, United States10:30 amTutorial Session IIElectric Ships and Electrical Insulation (Jefferson 1)Robert Hebner and Gian Carlo Montanari, University of Texas CEMElectric Machine Fundamentals (Jefferson 3)Heath Hofmann, University of MichiganHigh Temperature Technology for Electric Ships (Crystal V&VI)Sastry Pamidi, Florida State UniversityLukas Graber, Georgia Tech12:00 pmLunch1:00 pm Tutorial Session IIIConsiderations for Electric Ship Design (Jefferson 1)Rick Hepburn, Hepburn and SonsSuperconducting Synchronous Machines forElectric Ships (Jefferson 3)David Torrey and Nathaniel Hawes, GE Global Research3:15 pm Tutorial Session IVIntroduction to Multi-Objective Optimization Based PowerComponent Design Using GOSET (Jefferson 1)Scott Sudhoff and Steve Pekarek, Purdue UniversityAdvanced EMI Mitigation in Power Electronics (Jefferson 3)Fang Luo, University of Arkansas5:30 pmWelcome Reception, Atrium16

Wednesday, August 147:00 amBreakfast8:00 amOpening Remarks and Keynote Address8:45 amA1L-PFlexible Ship DesignChair: Norbert Doerry, NAVSEA, United States10:25 amCoffee Break10:45 amA1L-AElectric Ship Design Tools – System Modeling and ApplicationsChair: Mohamad Zahzah, L3 Maritime Power SystemsExpanding the Design Space Explored by S3DJ.S. Chalfant, Z. Wang, M. TriantafyllouThe Generalized Nyquist Criterion Applied to Complex DCPower System NetworksShawn Plesnick, Jonathan Berardino, Robert IrwinOptimal Design of Liquid Cooling System for the Smart Ship SystemDesign (S3D) Early Ship Design ToolSilvia Arrua, Hessamaldin Abdollahi, Enrico Santi, Jamil Khan,Rod Leonard, Earnest BroughtonShipboard PEBB Cooling StrategiesS. Yang, J.S. Chalfant, J.C. Ordonez, J.A. Khan, C. Li, I. Cvetkovic,J.V.C. Vargas, M.B. Chagas, Y. Xu, R.P. Burgos, D. BoroyevichPower Electronic System Real-Time Simulation on NationalInstruments FPGA PlatformsMatthew Milton, Andrea Benigni, Mark Vygoder, Jacob Gudex,Robert Cuzner10:45 amA1L-BEnergy Storage Solutions for Marine PlatformsChair: Antonello Monti, Aachen UniversityPower Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation Testing of a 200 MJBattery-Based Energy Magazine for Shipboard ApplicationsJames Langston, Michael Steurer, Matthew Bosworth, Dionne Soto,Don Longo, Mark Uva, Jesse Carlton17

Simulating Pulsed Power Load Compensation usingLithium-Ion Battery SystemsLuke Farrier, Cat Savage, Richard BucknallEnergy Storage Baseline Requirements for Pulsed Power LoadsWayne W. Weaver, Mehrzad M. Bijaieh, Rush D. Robinett III,David G. WilsonDesign Criteria for Large-Scale Energy Storage andRegulation of Pulsed Power on Utility GridsStephen B. KuznetsovCold Thermal Energy Storage for Reliable Ship Cooling underThermal Cycling and Cooling LossSam Yang, Juan Ordonez12:25 pmLunch1:45 pm A2L-AElectric Ship Design Tools – Shipboard DesignChair:Terry Ericsen, Ericsen InnovationsAn Exercise on Model Description Document based Implementation ofShipboard Power System Modules on DRTS PlatformsHarsha Ravindra, Michele Difronzo, Murilo Almeida, Edwin Fonkwe,Karl Schoder, Andrea Benigni, Matt Baker, James Langston,Mischa Steurer, Herb GinnNetwork Architecture Framework Applications withFOCUS-Compliant Ship DesignsDaniel J. Snyder, Mark A. Parsons, Alan J. Brown, Julie ChalfantDerivation of Power System Module Metamodels forEarly Shipboard Design ExplorationsRobert Cuzner, Rounak SiddaiahEarly-Stage Design Methodology for a Multirole Electric PropelledSurface Combatant ShipA. Vicenzutti, G. Trincas, V. Bucci, G. Sulligoi, G. LipardiThermal Analysis of MVDC Power CorridorM. McCandless, C. Cooke, J. Chalfant, C. Chryssostomidis, A. Colavitto,A. Vicenzutti, A. Contin, G. Sulligoi18

1:45 pm A2L-BSystem Performance and Stability AnalysisChair: Patrick Lewis, Hepburn & Sons LLCOn-Line Measurement of Inward and Outward Impedances forStability AssessmentIgor Cvetkovic, Zeng Liu, Dushan Boroyevich, Rolando BurgosAdaptive Impedance-based Stabilization of Multi-Bus DC PowerDistribution Systems using Positive Feed-Forward andResonance-Enhanced Voltage ControllerHessamaldin Abdollahi, Silvia Arrua, Enrico SantiLarge-Signal Stability Analysis of Pulsed Constant Power Loads viaSum-of-Squares OptimizationJames GuthrieThree Phase Dead-Zone Oscillator Control underUnbalanced Load ConditionsRobert M. Leyba, Daniel F. Opila, Keith KintzleyThe Role of Experimental Test Beds for the Systems Testing ofFuture Marine Electrical Power SystemsM.H. Syed, E. Guillo-Sansano, A. Avras, A. Downie, K. Jennett,G.M. Burt, F. Coffele, A. Rudd, C. Bright3:25 pm Coffee Break3:45 pm Poster SessionChair: Salem Elsaiah, State University of New YorkExploration of Power Density based Scaling Laws for Naval ShipboardCompatible Modular Multilevel ConvertersTanvir Ahmed Toshon, M.O. Faruque, M. Steurer, Ruturaj SomanHigh Temperature Superconducting Cable Study DrivingM&S Tool DevelopmentE. Broughton, R. Smart, R. Leonard, R. Dougal, J. Chalfant, I. LeonardVoltage Stability Analysis for DP Mobile Offshore Drilling Units usingthe Continuous Power FlowFelipe A. VieiraToward Automated Simulink Model Implementation andOptimization using High-Level Synthesis for FPGAsKurtis Kredo II, Hadil Mustafa, Roy Crosbie, Richard Bednar,Zahrasadat Alavi19

Exploring the Design Space of an Electric Ship using a ProbabilisticTechnology Evaluation MethodologyJeffrey McNabb, Nicole A. Robertson, Michael Steffens, Alicia Sudol,Dimitri Mavris, Julie ChalfantIntegrity of Novel High-Performance Nanostructured Insulation forHigh Torque Density PropulsionsHiep Nguyen, Yifei Wang, JoAnne Ronzello, Jack Chapman, Yang CaoSystem Control Strategy of an MMC-Based PMSG Rectifier forShip MVDC Integrated Power SystemShan Li, Lin Chen, Pingxi Yang, Kui Wang, Zedong Zheng, Yongdong LiModeling, Reconfiguration and Loss Modeling of Multi-DrivePropulsion System under Inverter Faults in All-Electric ShipsArshiah Y. Mirza, Joshua Dupont, Ali M. BazziUtilization of Power Hardware-in-the-Loop to Study Power ConversionTopologies and Control in Distributed Generation Power SystemsBrian J. McRee, David A. Dodson, David A. Wetz, Alexander N. JohnstonDesign of a High Step-Up DC-DC Power Converter with VoltageMultiplier Cells and Reduced Losses on Semiconductors forPhotovoltaic SystemsMamdouh L. Alghaythi, Robert M. O'Connell, Naz E. IslamSupercapacitor for High-Dynamic Load Management inMVDC Shipboard Power SystemsMohammed Masum Siraj Khan, Brian Lehi Smith, Masood ParvaniaCycling Results of Mechanically Damaged Li-Ion BatteriesElham Sahraei, Mehdi Gilaki, William Lynch, James Kirtley,Damoon SoudbakhshFeasibility Study of the High-Power Underwater Capacitive WirelessPower Transfer for the Electric Ship Charging ApplicationHua Zhang, Fei LuStudy of Passive dv/dt Filter and Proposed Active Solution forSiC MV Motor DriveYu Zhang, Yanjun Shi, Hui LiA Review on Recent Characterization Effort of CM EMI in PowerElectronics System with Emerging Wide Band Gap SwitchAshik Amin, Seungdeog ChoiTree-Based Reconfiguration Algorithm for ZonalShipboard Power SystemsChristopher Neuwirt, Jean D. Hallewell Haslwanter, Mark Stanovich,Karl Schoder, Harsha Ravindra, Mischa Steurer, Carlos Wong20

Decentralized Dynamic State Estimation in MicrogridsBang L.H. Nguyen, Tuyen V. Vu, Tuan A. NgoAn Active Thermal Control Method for AC-DC Power Converter withSequence-Based Control ApproachGokhan Ozkan, Behnaz Papari, Phuong H. Hoang, Nairetta Deb,Christopher S. EdringtonStability Assessment of Droop Controlled Parallel Buck Converters inZonal Ship DC MicrogridYue Ma, Keith Corzine, Atif Maqsood, Fei Gao, Kui WangUsing High Performance Computing for Parameter Sweep ofS3D ApplicationsGregory Henley, Angela Card, Tomasz HauptThursday, August 157:00 amBreakfast8:00 amKeynote Address8:30 amB1L-PPlenary Session 210:10 amCoffee Break10:30 amB1L-AElectric Ship Design Tools –Energy Storage and Distributed NetworksChair: Ravi Raju, General ElectricShip HVAC System Analysis and Optimization ToolSam Yang, Jose Vargas, Juan OrdonezDesign of a Power Corridor Distribution NetworkJosé del Águila Ferrandis, Julie Chalfant, Chathan M. Cooke,Chryssostomos ChryssostomidisOptimal Sizing of Battery Energy Storage Systems forHybrid Marine Power SystemsRene Barrera-Cardenas, Olve Mo, Giuseppe GuidiCost Affordable Megawatt Class Dynamic Load EmulatorRobert Ashton, Thomas Fikse, Donald Dalessandro21

Mission-Based Optimal Control for the Evaluation of Power andEnergy System CapabilityAaron M. Cramer, John D. Stevens, Isuje Ojo10:30 amB1L-BModeling and Design of High-Voltage Conductors forShipboard ApplicationsChair: Mona Ghassemi, Virginia TechExperimental Setup to Evaluate Creepage Distance Requirements forShipboard Power SystemsTushar Damle, Chanyeop Park, Jeffrey Ding, Peter Cheetham,Matthew Bosworth, Mischa Steurer, Robert Cuzner, Lukas GraberPartial Discharge Finite Element Analysis under Fast,Repetitive Voltage PulsesMoein Borghei, Mona GhassemiDesign of a Multilayer PCB Bus for Medium Voltage DC ConvertersJoshua Stewart, Yue Xu, Rolando Burgos, Mona GhassemiModeling of Power Cables in Shipboard IPES for AssessingHigh Frequency Disturbances PropagationA. Colavitto, A. Vicenzutti, D. Bosich, G. SulligoiMultiobjective Optimization of Multiconductor DC Power CablesXiang Zhang, Steven Pekarek12:10 pmLunch1:30 pm B2L-AElectric Ship Design Tools – Real-Time Synthesis (Simulation)Chair: Mohamad Zahzah, L3 Maritime Power SystemsEnsuring Large-Displacement Stability in Aircraft andShipboard DC Power SystemsOleg Wasynczuk, Thomas Craddock, Jane Thompson, Chad MillerElectrical Power System Modeling of a Dynamic Positioning DrillshipBruno de Almeida, Maurício Barbosa de Camargo Salles,Renato Machado MonaroSoftware and Synthesis Development Libraries for PowerElectronic System Real-Time SimulationMatthew Milton, Andrea Benigni22

Real-Time FPGA Simulation of Electric Ship Power System usingHigh-Level SynthesisHadil Mustafa, Kurtis Kredo II, Roy Crosbie, Richard Bednar,Zahrasadat AlaviAn Equivalent Circuit Method for Modeling and Simulation of DualActive Bridge Converter based Marine Distribution SystemFei Zhang, Wei Li1:30 pm B2L-BElectromagnetic Emissions and Common-Mode Behavior AnalysisChair: Mike Mazzola, University of North Carolina at CharlotteCommon-Mode Characterization of a Modular Multilevel Converter ina Megawatt-Scale Medium-Voltage DC Test BedL. Wang, M. Bosworth, J. Hauer, D. Soto, K. Schoder, M. SteurerPredicting Worst Case Common-Mode Behavior inPower Electronic based SystemsTimothy J. Donnelly, Steven D. Pekarek, Drummond Fudge,Nir Vaks, Nyah ZarateUtilization of Power Module Baseplate Capacitance forCommon-Mode EMI Filter ReductionAaron D. Brovont, Andrew N. LemmonAuctioneering Diodes: Pros and ConsNorbert Doerry, Robert AshtonDevelopment of Grounding and Fault Localization in PowerElectronic-Interfaced MVDC Shipboard Power and Energy SystemsM. Bosworth, J. Hauer, M. Steurer, P. Lewis, B. Ford3:10 pm Coffee Break3:30 pm B3L-AElectric Propulsion and GenerationChairs: Dwight Alexander, Northrop Grumman;Aaron Brovont, The University of AlabamaSix Phase Synchronous Machine Model in MachineVariables and "dq" VariablesJohn AmyWaste Heat Recovery and Electrical Power Production on Vessels bymeans of Teg Arrays Attached on the Hull Below the Underwater LineYiannis Armenakis, Soterios Chatzis23

Modular/Compact Hybrid Electric Drive andPermanent Magnet Motor for FFX-IIJarrod Widmann, Andrew Nerbun, Jim KoniersAll-Electric Ship Sustainable Power from AlkalineMembrane Fuel CellsRodrigo C. Raimundo, José V.C. Vargas, Juan C. OrdonezMulti-Objective Design of an Unmanned UnderwaterVehicle Propulsion DriveScott D. Sudhoff, Steven D. Pekarek, Drummond R. Fudge3:30 pm B3L-BProtection, Reconfiguration, and SurvivabilityChairs: Marie Lawson, Huntington Ingalls IndustriesJames Turso, Huntington Ingalls IndustriesDemonstration of Solid State Circuit Breakers within Low Voltage DCDistribution System for Shipboard ApplicationsJames Langston, John Hauer, Isaac Leonard, Michael Sloderbeck,Michael Steurer, Donald Dalessandro, Tom Fikse, Joseph BorracciniHigh Current Solid State Circuit Breaker forDC Shipboard Power SystemsPietro Cairoli, Lisa Qi, Colin Tschida, VR. R. Ramanan, Luca Raciti,Antonello AntoniazziThermal Design of a High-Current Solid State Circuit Breaker forDC Shipboard Power SystemsColin Tschida, Daniele Torresin, Pietro Cairoli, Lisa Qi, VR Ramanan,Luca Raciti, Antonello AntoniazziInsulation Online Monitoring for Critical Components insideSiC based Medium Voltage Converter PrototypeYue Xu, Chongxing Zhang, Chaofei Gao, Jun Wang, Rolando Burgos,Dushan Boroyevich, Ming RenSTFT-Based Event Detection and Classification for a DC Pulsed LoadAtif Maqsood, Nick Rossi, Yue Ma, Keith Corzine, Leila Parsa,Damian Oslebo6:00 pm Dinner24

Friday, August 166:00 pm Breakfast8:00 amC1L-AElectrical Power Conversion for DC Distribution (I)Chair: Giorgio Sulligoi, University of TriesteHigh Frequency Transformer Design for Medium VoltageShipboard DC-DC ConverterRachit Agarwal, Sandro Martin, Yanjun Shi, Hui LiMinimum Time Recovery of Parallel Converters underStep Change ConditionsShishir J. Patel, Wayne W. WeaverA Bipolar DC-DC Converter with Wide Voltage-Gain Range forEnergy Storage Integration in Ship Power SystemsHadi Moradisizkoohi, Nour Elsayad, Osama A. MohammedSeries-Connected JFETs in Active Current LimiterJonathan Dodge7.2-kV/60-a Austin SuperMOS: An Enabling SiC Switch Technologyfor Medium Voltage ApplicationsLiqi Zhang, Soumik Sen, Zhicheng Guo, Xin Zhao,Alex Q. Huang, Xiaoqing Song8:00 amC1L-BPower System Architectures and Superconducting SystemsChair: Rolando Burgos, Virginia TechConfiguration Generation and Analysis of AC and DCConceptual Designs of Shipboard Power SystemsLi Qi, Jiaqi Liang, John LindtjørnShipboard Power System Baseline Modeling and EvaluationKarl Schoder, Harsha Ravindra, Mark Stanovich, James Langston,Isaac Leonard, Michael SteurerShip-to-Grid Integration: Environmental Mitigation andCritical Infrastructure ResilienceAlex Vlachokostas, John Prousalidis, Dimosthenis Spathis, Mike Nikitas,Theo Kourmpelis, Stefanos Dallas, Zareh Soghomonian, Vassilis Georgiou25

High Temperature Superconducting Power Cables forMVDC Power Systems of Navy ShipsPeter Cheetham, Harsha Ravindra, Taylor Stamm, Chanyeop Park,Chul Kim, Lukas Graber, Michael Steurer, Sastry PamidiComponent Model Development for Ship-Level Impact ofHigh Temperature Superconducting Power CablesChul H. Kim, Isaac Leonard, Peter Cheetham, Jacob T. Kephart,Jason D. Miller, Juan Ordonez, Sastry V. Pamidi9:40 amCoffee Break10:00 am C2L-AElectrical Power Conversion for DC Distribution (II)Chair: Giorgio Sulligoi, University of TriesteAnalytical Treatment of the Power Transfer Relationships for aCoupled, Current-Fed, Multi-Port Dual Active Bridge ConverterZachary T. Smith, Brandon M. GraingerComparison of Methods for Switching Loss Estimation inWBG SystemsChristopher New, Andrew N. Lemmon, Brian T. DeBoi, Michael R. Hontz,Andrew J. Sellers, Raghav KhannaAveraged and Small-Signal Models for Modular Multilevel Converterwith Square-Wave ModulationSandro Martin, Rachit Agarwal, Yanjun Shi, Hui LiMathematical Expressions

technical support services for the Office of Naval Research-sponsored Nuclear-electric Naval Support Vessel Project. In this capacity, he instructed midshipmen and assisted faculty in preparing the final report of the Nuclear-electric Project. Mr. Forney was educated at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point,