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Author Rim, Chun T., 1963- author

Title Phasor Power Electronics / Chun T. Rim
Published Singapore : Springer, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 249 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series KAIST Research Series, 2214-255X
KAIST research series. 2214-2541
Contents PART I. INTRODUCTION TO POWER ELECTRONICS -- 1. The Philosophy of Power Electronics -- 1.1. All Switching Converter Is Time-Varying, Which Makes Power Electronics so Unique and Difficult to Learn -- 1.2. A Switching Converter May Even Be Nonlinear but Fortunately It Is Linear in Many Cases -- 1.3. Converters Are Crucial for Matching Various Sources with Loads -- 1.4. The Dynamic Characteristics of AC Circuits Are Another Challenging Issue in Power Electronics -- 1.5. Power Electronics Deals with the Unseen, Untouchable, Unbounded, and Inseparable Natures -- 1.6. Why Do We Need Theories, Simulations, and Experiments? -- 1.7. Good Power Electronics Engineers Do not Rely on Complicated Equations; Instead, a Smart Equivalent Circuit Is Enough -- 2. Key Principles of Power Converters -- 2.1. Evolution of Power Converters -- 2.2. Understanding the Operation of Converters
PART II. SWITCHING CONVERTERS AS ELECTRONIC TRANSFORMERS -- 3. Conventional Models -- 3.1. State Space Average Model -- 3.2. Existence Function Model -- 3.3. Discrete State Equation Model -- 4. Switched Transformer Model -- 4.1. Introduction to Switched Transformer Models -- 4.2. AC Analyses and Harmonic Analyses
PART III. SINGLE PHASE AC CIRCUITS AND RESONANT CONVERTERS -- 5. Basic Phasor Transformation and Application to Series Resonant Converters -- 5.1. Background of Phasor Transformation for the SRC -- 5.2. Introduction to Phasor Transformation -- 5.3. The Analysis of SRC -- 5.4. Simulations -- 5.5. Experiments -- 5.6. Concluding Remarks -- 6. Applications of Phasor Transformation to AC Circuits and Phasor Detectors -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Design of the Derivative Quadrature Generator -- 6.3. Experimental Verification with a 60 Hz Single Phase Inverter -- 6.4. Concluding Remarks -- 7. Application of Phasor Transformation to Static Analyses of LED Drivers -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Static Analysis of the Proposed LED Driver -- 7.3. Designs for Frequency- and Voltage-Versatile LED Drivers -- 7.4. Experimental Verifications -- 7.5. Discussions on the Design Verifications by Experiments -- 7.6. Conclusion
PART IV. MULTI-PHASE AC CIRCUITS AND CIRCUIT DQ TRANSFORMATION -- 8. Circuit DQ-Transformation -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Circuit DQ Transformation (Three-Phase Rectifier-Inverter Example) -- 8.3. Buck-Boost Inverter Analysis -- 8.4. Concluding Remarks -- 9. Application of Circuit DQ Transformation to Current Source Inverter -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Circuit DQ Transformation of the Current Source Inverter -- 9.3. DC Analysis -- 9.4. AC Analysis -- 9.5. Simulation Verification -- 9.6. Concluding Remarks
PART V. UNIFIED GENERAL PHASOR TRANSFORMATION -- 10. Static Phasor Transformation -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. Generalized Switched Transformer Models -- 10.3. General Unified Phasor Transformation Models -- 10.4. Concluding Remarks -- 11. Laplace Phasor Transformation -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Laplace Phasor Transformation for AC Converters -- 11.3. Simulations of Laplace Phasor Transformed Circuits -- 11.4. Concluding Remarks -- Appendix -- 12. Dynamics of Inductive Power Transfer Systems -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Large Signal Dynamic Model for the OLEV IPTS -- 12.3. Experimental Verifications -- 12.4. Conclusions
PART VI. PHASORED POWER ELECTRONICS AND BEYOND -- 13. Phasor Transformers in Power Electronics and Beyond -- 13.1. Complex Controllers and Phasored Signal Processing -- 13.2. Phasored Power Systems and Motors -- 13.3. AC Electronic Filters and RF Circuits -- 13.4. Phasored Mechanics and Musical Instruments -- 14. The Future of Power Electronics -- Reference Papers of Mine
Summary "This book presents a comprehensive introduction to the principles of power electronics, focusing on the switched transformer concept and phasor transformation techniques as employed in the analysis and design of power electronic circuits. Phasor transformations, as introduced in this book, make the time-varying nature of a switching converter simple and easy to handle, transforming it into an equivalent time-invariant circuit. The book starts with an introduction to the philosophy and fundamental principles of power electronics. The switched transformer concept, which is applicable to any switching converter, is introduced, and it is shown how DC-DC converters analyses are then so straightforward that very little equational manipulation is needed. Then the phasor transformation techniques are comprehensively explained over three parts. Single phase and multi-phase AC systems are dealt with through the single phase phasor transformation and circuit DQ transformation, respectively. A general unified phasor transformation is then introduced for the static and dynamic cases. The final part of the book considers current and potential extensions of the technique in various fields of application, including wireless power transfer, signal processing, power systems and renewable energy. The book avoids the piece-wise linear circuit models used in other titles, with which the mathematical results become too complicated to be used in practice. No cumbersome equations or matrix manipulations are needed with the phasor transformation techniques introduced in this book. It will be a valuable reference source for engineering students and practising researchers in power electronics and related areas."--Publisher's description
Analysis switched transformer concept
switching converter
phasor transformation techniques
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed March 13, 2017)
Subject Power electronics.
Electronic circuits.
Electric current converters.
Switching power supplies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9789811005350 (print)
9789811005367 (electronic bk.)
9811005354 (print)
9811005362 (electronic bk.)