Power Electronics: Converters, Applications and Design
Wiley, Jun 14, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 667 pages
This comprehensive text describes a wide variety of practical and emerging power electronic coverters made feasible by the new generation of power semiconductor devices. Presents fundamentals of converter design and addresses the interactions among the utility source, power electronic converters, and the load. Describes terminal characteristics of power semiconductor devices, shows how to optimize the interface of power electronics equipment, and includes unique coverage of resonant converters, switching power supplies, and motor drives. Contains many examples and problems.
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Power Electronic Systems
GENERIC POWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTERS
DCtoDC SwitchMode Converters
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applications assumed base current breakdown voltage capacitance capacitor circuit of Fig collector current component conduction constant current waveforms dc voltage dc-dc converter depletion layer device diode discussed in Chapter doping drift region drive circuit duty ratio emitter energy equivalent circuit excess carrier FIGURE filter flux flyback converter full-bridge fundamental frequency gate harmonic IGBT increase induction motor inductor inductor current input voltage interval inverter latchup leakage inductance line-frequency load magnitude maximum modulation MOSFET negative output voltage overvoltage peak phase pn junction pnp transistor power dissipation power electronic power electronic converter power factor power loss power supplies pulse-width modulation rated rectifier resistance resonant ripple rotor safe operating area Schottky diode semiconductor shown in Fig single-phase sinusoidal snubber snubber circuits speed square-wave stator step-motor switching frequency three-phase thyristor torque transformer transistor turn-on turned utility voltage and current voltage drop voltage waveform waveforms zero