Danisense proprietary Flux-gate DCCT technology is
based on a closed core flux gate detector wound on soft magnetic material.
Although this approach ensures highest performance and best immunity, there are
certain applications in the area of measuring and troubleshooting power systems
where the end-user would rather trade some of the excellent performance for
ease of installations i.e. a split core / clamp-on DCCT which can be put on and
off an existing electrical conductor without breaking the connection first.
by learning the principles of Danisense proprietary Zero-flux Flux-gate DCCT
technology and finding out how its building principles positively affect the
transducer performance with respect to accuracy, drift, immunity against
external magnetic fields etc. With this background in mind you start on a
journey for finding ways to open the magnetic core and windings of the DCCT and
make it possible to mount the DCCT in existing installations without breaking
any connection. You calculate, simulate and finally build prototypes to test
the performance of the invented approaches, while benchmarking the results to
Danisense state-of-the-art DCCTs. You present the results to the Danisense team
and with your experience you will influence the decision about the technology
direction for future clamp-on DCCT products.
University students with background in electrical engineering in their final semester, having the necessary knowledge and interest in magnetics and signal processing by electronics.