Didier Balocco
Presented by Didier Balocco

EMEA Power Solution Group Business Marketing Engineer, onsemi

Details

Starting Date: June 1, 2022

Ending Date: June 29, 2022

Time: 10:00 AM CET, 4:00 PM SGT for EMEA/APAC ; 10:00 AM PDT for AMR

Duration: 60 minutes

Language: English

Attendance: Online

Registration

Designing Silicon Carbide (SiC) based DC Fast Charging System: Key Challenges, Design Considerations, and Building Validation

Registration Deadline: June 29, 2022

The DC fast (DCFC) charging market is thriving. If you are an application, product, or design engineer, you might be involved in the design of novel DC fast charging systems. Fundamental questions might arise here, especially if it is the first time you are facing such a challenge. How and where should you begin? What are the key design considerations and how should you address them? Our system expert will guide you and highlight the key challenges, trade-offs, and compromises made, and show how to design, build and validate such a system from scratch using our 25kW SiC module based DC fast charging system reference design.

In this webinar series, we will provide holistic views of the fast DC charging system designs focusing on specific topics.

Sessions

June 1, 2022
(EMEA/AMR)

60 minutes

Session 1: 6-Pack Boost Active Front End (AFE) Design

The first session will cover overall 25kW EV DC charging reference design objectives. We will focus on AC-DC three phase PFC stage, followed by topology and component selection. We will also show and comment on the simulation to pre-tune the power stage.


June 8, 2022
(EMEA/AMR)

60 minutes

Session 2: Dual Active Bridge DC-DC Design

The second session will cover the second stage of the fast DC EV charger reference design. We will follow the same structure as the first session with topology discussion, components selection, and simulations details.


June 15, 2022
(EMEA/AMR)

60 minutes

Session 3: Gate Drivers, Auxiliary Supply, and Thermal Management

The third session will cover the “surroundings” of the two power stages covered in Session 1 and 2, showing the selection and implementation of gate drivers. We need a housekeeping (or auxiliary) supply to feed these drivers and the other functions on the boards—the session presents the chosen solution. Finally, we will introduce the thermal management solution.


June 29, 2022
(EMEA/AMR)

60 minutes

Session 4: Measurement Results

The final session will focus on measurement and results from laboratory testing for both power stages: the Active Front End (AFE) and the Dual Active Bridge (DAB). We will illustrate and explain the waveforms and graphics synthesis.

About The Speaker

Didier Balocco - EMEA Power Solution Group Business Marketing Engineer

Didier received his Electronics Engineer diploma from the “École Nationale Supérieure d’Électronique et de RadioÉlectricité de Bordeaux,” France, in 1992 and his Ph. D. degree in Power Electronics from the University of Bordeaux in 1997.

In 1996, he joined AEG Power Solutions, formerly Alcatel Converters, as a research engineer for DC-DC and AC-AC converters design in a range of 1 W to 1 kW, mainly for telecom equipment. He managed research activities from 2000 to 2014, publishing more than ten papers on power electronics, and holds one patent. From 2011 to 2013, he worked eighteen months on a 15-kW solar inverter module for a 150-kW cabinet in Dallas, Texas.

He joined Fairchild in August 2014 as a Field Application Engineer supporting the South of France, Spain, and Portugal. In 2016, onsemi acquired Fairchild. In 2018, he moved to a new role inside onsemi. He is currently an EMEA Power Solution Group Business Marketing Engineer.

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