Magnetic components for wide-bandgap power electronic converters

Nowadays, the surge in power electronics and energy consumption has led to nearly 30% of all electric current being transmitted through converters. These converters heavily rely on magnetic materials present in motors, reactors, inductors, filters, transformers, and more. Furthermore, the introduction of new wide-bandgap semiconductors like GaN and Silicon Carbide has necessitated magnetic components capable of operating at higher frequencies. This, however, presents a challenge to the performance of transformers and inductors within electrical systems.

At EnergyVille, we are dedicated to addressing this challenge by focusing on the characterization, modeling, and optimization of magnetic components for converters. Our objective is to design components that exhibit high efficiency, compact size, and exceptional performance when paired with these new semiconductors. By working towards achieving this synergy between magnetic materials and wide-bandgap semiconductors, we aim to contribute to the development of cutting-edge converters that meet the demands of modern power electronics and pave the way for more sustainable energy consumption.

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