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Author Zhao, Zhengming, author

Title Electromagnetic transients of power electronics systems / Zhengming Zhao, Liqiang Yuan, Hua Bai and Tong Lu
Published Singapore : Springer, [2019]
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Contents Intro; Preface; Contents; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Decomposition of Power Electronics Systems; 1.1.1 Power Semiconductor Devices; 1.1.2 Power Conversion Circuit; 1.1.3 Pulse Control; 1.2 Synthesis of Power Electronics Systems; 1.2.1 Integration of Software and Hardware; 1.2.2 Interaction Between Information and Energy; 1.2.3 Transfer Between Linearity and Non-linearity; 1.2.4 Mixture of Continuity and Discreteness; 1.2.5 Coordination of Multi-timescale Subsystems; 1.3 Applications of Power Electronics Systems; 1.3.1 Flexible AC or DC Current Transmission
1.3.2 Power Electronic Systems in Grid-Tied Renewable Energy Generation1.3.3 Traction System; 1.4 Existing Challenges in Power Electronics Systems; 1.4.1 Misunderstanding the Short-Timescale Switching Process of Power Switches; 1.4.2 Idealization of Power-Conversion Topology for Transient Study; 1.4.3 Unrecognizing the Difference Between Information Pulses and Energy Pulses; 1.4.4 Misidentifying Electromagnetic Transients; 2 Electromagnetic Transients and Modelling; 2.1 Electromagnetic Transients of Power Electronics Systems; 2.1.1 Electromagnetic Transients in the Main-Power Loop
2.1.2 Electromagnetic Transients in the Gate-Drive Loop2.1.3 Electromagnetic Transients in the Control Loop; 2.2 Mathematical Models of Electromagnetic Transients; 2.2.1 Modelling Electromagnetic Transients; 2.2.2 Transient Model of the Main-Power Loop; 2.2.3 Transient Models of Electric Components; 2.2.4 Transients Model of Gate-Drive and Control Circuits; 2.3 Timescale Difference and Impact; 2.3.1 Comparison of Different Time-Scale Transients; 2.3.2 Correlations Among Different Time-Constant Loops; 2.3.3 Impact of the Time-Constant Difference
2.3.4 Loop-Parameter Matching for Energy Balancing2.4 Electromagnetic Pulses and Pulse Sequences; 2.4.1 Mathematical Expression of the Electromagnetic Pulses and Pulse Sequences; 2.4.2 Propagation and Deformation of the Pulse and Pulse Sequence; 2.4.3 Time and Logic Combination of Pulse Sequence; 3 Transient Characteristics of Power Switches; 3.1 Physical Mechanism and Characteristics of Power Switches; 3.1.1 Physical Mechanism Versus the Switching Characteristics; 3.1.2 Different Characteristics of Different Semiconductor-Physics Based Power Devices
3.2 Transient Performance Testing of the Power Switch in the Converter3.2.1 Topology and Control of the Single-Switch Tester; 3.2.2 Stand-Alone Tester for Single-Switch Dynamics; 3.2.3 Transient Characteristics of a Single Switch in the Converter; 3.3 Transient Performance Analysis of Power Devices in the Converter; 3.3.1 Switch Performance During the Operation; 3.3.2 Interactions Among Switches; 3.4 Power Devices in Parallel Connection; 3.4.1 Key Influential Factors on the Switch Parallel; 3.4.2 Performance Analysis of Paralleled IGBTs; 3.4.3 Experimental Study of IGBT Parallel
Summary This book discusses topics related to power electronics, especially electromagnetic transient analysis and control of high-power electronics conversion. It focuses on the re-evaluation of power electronics, transient analysis and modeling, device-based system-safe operating area, and energy balance-based control methods, and presenting, for the first time, numerous experimental results for the transient process of various real-world converters. The book systematically presents both theoretical analysis and practical applications. The first chapter discusses the structure and attributes of power electronics systems, highlighting the analysis and synthesis, while the second chapter explores the transient process and modeling for power electronics systems. The transient features of power devices at switching-on/off, transient conversion circuit with stray parameters and device-based system-safe operating area are described in the subsequent three chapters. The book also examines the measurement of transient processes, electromagnetic pulses and their series, as well as high-performance, closed-loop control, and expounds the basic principles and method of the energy-balanced control strategy. Lastly, it introduces the applications of transient analysis of typical power electronics systems. The book is valuable as a textbook for college students, and as a reference resource for electrical engineers as well as anyone working in the field of high-power electronics system
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed February 22, 2019)
Subject Electromagnetism
Power electronics
Power electronics.
Form Electronic book
Author Bai, Hua, 1980- author
Lu, Ting, author
Yuan, Liqiang, author
ISBN 9789811088117