• A Design Method of an Embedded Real-Time Simulator for Electric Drives using Low-Cost System-on-Chip Platform 

      Perera, Aravinda; Nilsen, Roy; Haugan, Thomas Sagvold; Ljøkelsøy, Kjell (Chapter, 2021)
      This paper presents a modular and easily reusable Zynq System-on-Chip (SoC) based Embedded Real-Time Simulator (ERTS) aimed for rapid prototyping of electric drives. The power hardware components of the drive including the ...
    • Magnetic Field Energy Harvesting in Railway 

      Espe, Asbjørn Engmark; Haugan, Thomas Sagvold; Mathisen, Geir (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      Magnetic field energy harvesting (MFEH) is a method by which a system can harness an ambient, alternating magnetic field in order to scavenge energy. Presented in this article is a novel application of the concept aimed ...
    • NATO Federated Coalition Cloud with Kubernetes: A National Prototype Perspective 

      Andersen, Hallvard Munkås; Flytør, Borgar Føll; Onsøyen, Emil; Holmen, Even Trosterud; Sølvberg, Niklas; Haugan, Thomas Sagvold; Gabrielsen, Oskar; Johnsen, Frank T. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      In NATO, the IST-168 research task group (RTG) “Adaptive Information Processing and Distribution To Support Command and Control” aims to investigate cloud computing at the tactical edge from a coalition force perspective. ...
    • Smart Grid: Shunt Compensation in Non-Sinusoidal Regimes 

      Haugan, Thomas Sagvold (Master thesis, 2012)
      The electric power theory is of fundamental importance in most aspects of electric power engineering, enabling to analyze and control the grid based on an unambiguous physical interpretation of the power and current flow. ...
    • With a Little Help from Your Friends: Collaboration with Vendors During Smart Grid Incident Response Exercises 

      Langås, Mari; Løfqvist, Sanna; Katt, Basel; Haugan, Thomas Sagvold; Jaatun, Martin Gilje (Chapter, 2021)
      The introduction of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) into conventional power grids has resulted in a digitalized smart grid, enabling a more efficient and robust operation. However, it can also lead to ...