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Author Santos, Euzeli Cipriano dos.
Title Advanced power electronics converters : PWM converters processing AC voltages / Euzeli Cipriano dos Santos Jr., Edison Roberto Cabral da Silva.
Imprint Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons Inc., [2015]

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Author Santos, Euzeli Cipriano dos.
Series IEEE Press series on power engineering ; 46
IEEE Press series on power engineering.
Subject PWM power converters.
DC-to-DC converters.
Power electronics.
Alt Name Silva, Edison Roberto Cabral da, 1942-
Description 1 online resource.
Summary "This book covers power electronics, in depth, by presenting the basic principles and application details, which can be used both as a textbook and reference book. Introduces a new method to present power electronics converters called Power Blocks Geometry (PBG) Applicable for courses focusing on power electronics, power electronics converters, and advanced power converters Offers a comprehensive set of simulation results to help understand the circuits presented throughout the book "-- Provided by publisher.
"This book focuses on the PWM power converters operating in conjunction with the AC utility"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents Power Switches and Overview of Basic Power Converters -- Power Electronics Converters Processing AC Voltage and Power Blocks Geometry -- Neutral-Point-Clamped Configuration -- Cascade Configuration -- Flying-Capacitor Configuration -- Other Multilevel Configurations -- OPTIMIZED PWM APPROACH -- Control Strategies for Power Converters -- SINGLE-PHASE TO SINGLE-PHASE BACK-TO-BACK CONVERTER -- Three-Phase to Three-Phase and other Back-to-Back Converters -- Index -- IEEE Press Series on Power Engineering.
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Background -- 1.3. History of Power Switches and Power Converters -- 1.4. Applications of Power Electronics Converters -- 1.5. Summary -- References -- ch. 2 Power Switches And Overview Of Basic Power Converters -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Power Electronics Devices as Ideal Switches -- 2.2.1. Static Characteristics -- 2.2.2. Dynamic Characteristics -- 2.3. Main Real Power Semiconductor Devices -- 2.3.1. Spontaneous Conduction/Spontaneous Blocking -- 2.3.2. Controlled Conduction/Spontaneous Blocking Devices -- 2.3.3. Controlled Conduction/Controlled Blocking Devices -- 2.3.4. Spontaneous Conduction/Controlled Blocking Devices -- 2.3.5. List of Inventors of the Major Power Switches -- 2.4. Basic Converters -- 2.4.1. dc--dc Conversion -- 2.4.2. dc--ac Conversion -- 2.4.3. ac--dc Conversion -- 2.4.4. ac--dc Conversion -- 2.5. Summary -- References -- ch. 3 Power Electronics Converters Processing Ac Voltage And Power Blocks Geometry -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Principles of Power Blocks Geometry (PBG) -- 3.3. Description of Power Blocks -- 3.4. Application of PBG in Multilevel Configurations -- 3.4.1. Neutral-Point-Clamped Configuration -- 3.4.2. Cascade Configuration -- 3.4.3. Flying Capacitor Configuration -- 3.4.4. Other Multilevel Configurations -- 3.5. Application of PBG in ac--dc--ac Configurations -- 3.5.1. Three-Phase to Three-Phase Configurations -- 3.5.2. Single-Phase to Single-Phase Configurations -- 3.6. Summary -- References -- ch. 4 Neutral-Point-Clamped Configuration -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Three-Level Configuration -- 4.3. PWM Implementation (Half-Bridge Topology) -- 4.4. Full-Bridge Topologies -- 4.5. Three-Phase NPC Converter -- 4.6. Nonconventional Arrangements by Using Three-Level Legs -- 4.7. Unbalanced Capacitor Voltage -- 4.8. Four-Level Configuration -- 4.9. PWM Implementation (Four-Level Configuration) -- 4.10. Full-Bridge and Other Circuits (Four-Level Configuration) -- 4.11. Five-Level Configuration -- 4.12. Summary -- References -- ch. 5 Cascade Configuration -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Single H-Bridge Converter -- 5.3. PWM Implementation of A Single H-Bridge Converter -- 5.4. Three-Phase Converter---One H-Bridge Converter Per Phase -- 5.5. Two H-Bridge Converters -- 5.6. PWM Implementation of Two Cascade H-Bridges -- 5.7. Three-Phase Converter---Two Cascade H-Bridges Per Phase -- 5.8. Two H-Bridge Converters (Seven- and Nine-Level Topologies) -- 5.9. Three H-Bridge Converters -- 5.10. Four H-Bridge Converters and Generalization -- 5.11. Summary -- References -- ch. 6 Flying-Capacitor Configuration -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Three-Level Configuration -- 6.3. PWM Implementation (Half-Bridge Topology) -- 6.4. Flying Capacitor Voltage Control -- 6.5. Full-Bridge Topology -- 6.6. Three-Phase FC Converter -- 6.7. Nonconventional FC Converters with Three-Level Legs -- 6.8. Four-Level Configuration -- 6.9. Generalization -- 6.10. Summary -- References -- ch. 7 Other Multilevel Configurations -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Nested Configuration -- 7.3. Topology with Magnetic Element at the Output -- 7.4. Active-Neutral-Point-Clamped Converters -- 7.5. More Multilevel Converters -- 7.6. Summary -- References -- ch. 8 Optimized PWM Approach -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Two-Leg Converter -- 8.2.1. Model -- 8.2.2. PWM Implementation -- 8.2.3. Analog and Digital Implementation -- 8.2.4. Influence of μ for PWM Implementation -- 8.3. Three-Leg Converter and Three-Phase Load -- 8.3.1. Model -- 8.3.2. PWM Implementation -- 8.3.3. Analog and Digital Implementation -- 8.3.4. Influence of μ for PWM Implementation in a Three-Leg Converter -- 8.3.5. Influence of the Three-Phase Machine Connection over Inverter Variables -- 8.4. Space Vector Modulation (SVPWM) -- 8.5. Other Configurations with CPWM -- 8.5.1. Three-Leg Converter---Two-Phase Machine -- 8.5.2. Four-Leg Converter -- 8.6. Nonconventional Topologies with CPWM -- 8.6.1. Inverter with Split-Wound Coupled Inductors -- 8.6.2. Z-Source Converter -- 8.6.3. Open-End Winding Motor Drive System -- 8.7. Summary -- References -- ch. 9 Control Strategies For Power Converters -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Basic Control Principles -- 9.3. Hysteresis Control -- 9.3.1. Application of the Hysteresis Control for dc Motor Drive -- 9.3.2. Hysteresis Control for Regulating an ac Variable -- 9.4. Linear Control----dc Variable -- 9.4.1. Proportional Controller: RL Load -- 9.4.2. Proportional Controller: dc Motor Drive System -- 9.4.3. Proportional-Integral Controller: RL Load -- 9.4.4. Proportional-Integral Controller: dc Motor -- 9.4.5. Proportional-Integral-Derivative Controller: dc Motor -- 9.5. Linear Control---ac Variable -- 9.6. Cascade Control Strategies -- 9.6.1. Rectifier Circuit: Voltage-Current Control -- 9.6.2. Motor Drive: Speed-Current Control -- 9.7. Summary -- References -- ch. 10 Single-Phase To Single-Phase Back-To-Back Converter -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. Full-Bridge Converter -- 10.2.1. Model -- 10.2.2. PWM Strategy -- 10.2.3. Control Approach -- 10.2.4. Power Analysis -- 10.2.5. dc-link Capacitor Voltage -- 10.2.6. Capacitor Bank Design -- 10.3. Topology with Component Count Reduction -- 10.3.1. Model -- 10.3.2. PWM Strategy -- 10.3.3. dc-link Voltage Requirement -- 10.3.4. Half-Bridge Converter -- 10.4. Topologies with Increased Number of Switches (Converters in Parallel) -- 10.4.1. Model -- 10.4.2. PWM Strategy -- 10.4.3. Control Strategy -- 10.5. Topologies with Increased Number of Switches (Converters in Series) -- 10.6. Summary -- References -- ch. 11 Three-Phase To Three-Phase And Other Back-To-Back Converters -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Full-Bridge Converter -- 11.2.1. Model -- 11.2.2. PWM Strategy -- 11.2.3. Control Approach -- 11.3. Topology with Component Count Reduction -- 11.3.1. Model -- 11.3.2. PWM Strategies -- 11.3.3. dc-link Voltage Requirement -- 11.3.4. Half-Bridge Converter -- 11.4. Topologies with Increased Number of Switches (Converters in Parallel) -- 11.4.1. Model -- 11.4.2. PWM -- 11.4.3. Control Strategies -- 11.5. Topologies with Increased Number of Switches (Converters in Series) -- 11.6. Other Back-To-Back Converters -- 11.7. Summary -- References.
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ISBN 9781118886953 (electronic bk.)
111888695X (electronic bk.)
9781118972052 (ePub)
1118972058 (ePub)
9781118968222 (Adobe PDF)
1118968220 (Adobe PDF)
1118880943
9781118880944
9781118880944 (hardback)
OCLC # 893721687
Additional Format Print version: Santos Jr., Euzeli Cipriano dos. Advanced power electronics converters. Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons Inc., [2015] 9781118880944 (DLC) 2014038394


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