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Title Power electronics handbook / editor-in-chief, Muhammad H. Rashid
Published Boston, Mass. ; London : AP Professional, 2001

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Description xvi, 895 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Series Academic Press series in engineering
Academic Press series in engineering.
Contents Machine derived contents note: 1 Introduction Philip Krein -- 1.1 Power Electronics Defined -- 1.2 Key Characteristics -- 1.3 Trends in Power Supplies -- 1.4 Conversion Examples -- 1.5 Tools For Analysis and Design -- 1.6 Summary -- 2 The Power Diode Ali I. Maswood -- 2.1 Diode as a Switch -- 2.2 Some Properties of PN Junction -- 2.3 Common Diode Types -- 2.4 Typical Diode Ratings -- 2.5 Snubber Circuits for Diode -- 2.6 Series and Parallel Connection of Power Diodes -- 2.7 Typical Applications of Diodes -- 2.8 Standard Datasheet for Diode Selection -- 3 Thyristors Jerry Hudgins, Enrico Santi, Antonio Caiafa, Katherine Lengel, and Patrick R. Palmer -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Basic Structure and Operation -- 3.3 Static Characteristics -- 3.4 Dynamic Switching Characteristics -- 3.5 Thyristor Param eters -- 3.6 Types of Thyristors -- 3.7 Gate Drive Requirements -- 3.8 PSpice Model -- 3.9 Applications -- 4 Gate Turn-Off Thyristors Muhammad H. Rashid -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Basic Structure and Operation -- 4.3 GTO Thyristor Models -- 4.4 Static Characteristics -- 4.5 Switching Phases -- 4.6 SPICE GTO Model -- 4.7 Applications -- 5 Power Bipolar Transistors Marcelo Godoy Simbes -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Basic Structure and Operation -- 5.3 Static Characteristics : -- 5.4 Dynamic Switching Characteristics -- 5.5 Transistor Base Drive Applications -- 5.6 SPICE Simulation of Bipolar Junction Transistors -- 5.7 BJT Applications -- 6 The Power MOSFET Issa Batarseh -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Need for Switching in Power Electronic Circuits -- 6.3 General Switching Characteristics -- 6.4 The Power MOSFET -- 6.5 MOSFET Structure -- 6.6 MOSFET Regions of Operationi -- 6.7 MOSFET PSPICE Model -- 6.8 Comparison of Power Devices -- 6.9 Future Trends in Power Devices -- 7 Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor S. Abedinpour and K. Shenai -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Basic Structure and Operation -- 7.3 Static Characteristics -- 7.4 Dynamic Switching Characteristics -- 7.5 IGBT Performance Parameters -- 7.6 Gate-Drive Requirements -- 7.7 Circuit Models -- 7.8 Applications -- 8 MOS Controlled Thyristors (MCTs) S. Yuvarajan -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Equivalent Circuit and Switching Characteristics -- 8.3 Comparison of MCT and Other Power Devices -- 8.4 Gate Drive for MCTs -- 8.5 Protection of MCTs -- 8.6 Simulation Model of an MCT -- 8.7 Generation-1 and Generation-2 MCTs -- 8.8 N-channel MCT -- 8.9 Base Resistance-Controlled Thyristor [14]. -- 8.10 MOS Turn-Off Thyristor [15] -- 8.11 Applications of PMCT -- 8.12 Conclusions -- 8.13 Appendix -- 9 Static Induction Devices Bogdan M. Wilamowski -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Theory of Static Induction Devices -- 9.3 Characteristics of Static Induction Transistor -- 9.4 Bipolar Mode Operation of SI Devices (BSIT) -- 9.5 Emitters for Static Induction Devices -- 9.6 Static Induction Diode (SID) -- 9.7 Lateral Punch-Through Transistor (LPTT) -- 9.8 Static Induction Transistor Logic (SITL) -- 9.9 BJT Saturation Protected by SIT -- 9.10 Static Induction MOS Transistor'(SIMOS) -- 9.11 Space-Charge Limiting Load (SCLL). -- 9.12 Power MOS Transistors -- 9.13 Static Induction Thyristor -- 9.14 Gate Turn-Off Thyristor (GTO) ยท -- 10 Diode Rectifiers Yim-Shu Lee and Martin H. L. Chow -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Single-Phase Diode Rectifiers -- 10.3 Three-Phase Diode Rectifiers -- 10.4 Poly-Phase Diode Rectifiers -- 10.5 Filtering Systems in Rectifier Circuits -- 10.6 High-Frequency Diode Rectifier Circuits -- 11 Single-Phase Controlled Rectifiers Jose Rodriguez and Alejandro Weinstein -- 11.1 Line Commutated Single-Phase Controlled Rectifiers -- 11.2 Unity Power Factor Single-Phase Rectifiers -- 12 Three-Phase Controlled Rectifiers Juan W. Dixon -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Line-Commutated Controlled Rectifiers -- 12.3 Force-Commutated Three-Phase Controlled Rectifiers -- 13 DC-DC Converters Dariusz Czarkowski -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 DC Choppers -- 13.3 Step-Down (Buck) Converter -- 13.4 Step-Up (Boost) Converter -- 13.5 Buck-Boost Converter -- 13.6 Cuk Converter -- 13.7 Effects of Parasitics -- 13.8 Synchronous and Bidirectional Converters -- 13.9 Control Principles -- 13.10 Applications of DC-DC Converters -- 14 Inverters Jos R. Espinoza -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Single-Phase Voltage Source Inverters -- 14.3 Three-Phase Voltage Source Inverters -- 14.4 Current Source Inverters -- 14.5 Closed-Loop Operation of Inverters -- 14.6 Regeneration in Inverters -- 14.7 Multistage Inverters -- 14.8 Acknowledgments -- 15 Resonant and Soft-Switching Converters S. Y. (Ron) Hui and Henry S. H. Chung -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Classification -- 15.3 Resonant Switch -- 15.4 Quasi-Resonant Converters -- 15.5 ZVS in High-Frequency Applications -- 15.6 Multiresonant Converters (MRC) -- 15.7 Zero-Voltage-Transition (ZVT) Converters -- 15.8 Nondissipative Active Clamp Network. -- 15.9 Load Resonant Converters -- 15.10 Control Circuits for Resonant Converters -- 15.11 Extended-Period Quasi-Resonant (EP-QR) Converters -- 15.12 Soft-Switching and EMI Suppression. -- 15.13 Snubbers and Soft-Switching for High Power Devices -- 15.14 Soft-Switching DC-AC Power Inverters -- 16 AC-AC Converters Ajit K. Chattopadhyay -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Single-Phase AC/AC Voltage Controller -- 16.3 Three-Phase AC/AC Voltage Controllers -- 16.4 Cycloconverters -- 16.5 Matrix Converter -- 16.6 Applications of AC/AC Converters -- 17 DC/DC Conversion Technique and Nine Series LUO-Converters Il/ui l1i/ .Io, I ong Yc, -- and M uhamm ad H. Rashid -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 Positive Ouput Luo-Converters -- 17.3 Negative Ouput Luo-Converters -- 17.4 Double Output Luo-Converters -- 17.5 Multiple-Quadrant Operating lIuo-( olvcrlers -- 17.6 Switched-Capacitor Mulliqluadrant li o-(Inverters -- 17.7 Switched-Inductor M utiq ladrnt I,ulo-( vc s -- 17.8 Multiquadrant Z( S Q(iasi-Rcsolnant IL.io-Convcrters l -- 17.9 Multiquadrant /\S (Qu) si-Resonat l.uo-Converters -- 17.10 Synchronous Rec ilier /o-Converters -- 17.11 Gate Control, o-cso -- 17.12 Applications -- 18 Gate Drive Circuits M. Syc 1. Asg -- 18.1 Introductlio -- 18.2 Thyristor (I;ale lequirements -- 18.3 Trigger Cir-cuis lo 'I'Tlhyr-istors -- 18.4 Simiple (.t;le rig lr C(ilruits i1 Tlivl-isiol-s -- 18.5 Drivers for (alte (Coninultlalioll Switchcs -- 18.6 Some Pralctical I)river (:ircuils. -- 19 Control Methods for Power Converters i. I'crnltulo Silva -- 19.1 Introduction -- 19.2 Power Converter Control using Sllc -Spl,kc Av\\irgei( d N\lo ls -- 19.3 Sliding-Mode Control of Power C(onverlers -- 19.4 Fuzzy Logic Control of Power (Convcrtrs -- 19.5 Conclusions -- 20 Power Supplies Y. M. Lai -- 20.1 Introduction -- 20.2 Linear Series Voltage Regulator -- 20.3 Linear Shunt Voltage Regulator -- 20.4 Integrated Circuit Voltage Regulators -- 20.5 Switching Regulators -- 21 Electronic Ballasts J. Marcos Alonso -- 21.1 Introduction -- 21.2 High-Frequency Supply of Discharge Lamps -- 21.3 Discharge Lam p M odeling -- 21.4 Resonant Inverters for Electronic Ballasts -- 21.5 High-Power-Factor Electronic Ballasts -- 21.6 Applications -- 22 Power Electronics in Capacitor Charging Applications R. Mark Nelms -- 22.1 Introduction -- 22.2 High-Voltage dc Power Supply with Charging Resistor -- 22.3 Resonance Charging -- 22.4 Switching Converters -- 23 Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Sources C. V. Nayar, S. M. Islam, and Hari Sharma -- 23.1 Introduction -- 23.2 Power Electronics for Photovoltaic Power Systems -- 23.3 Power Electronics for Wind Power Systems -- 24 HVDC Transmission Vijay K. Sood -- 24.1 Introduction -- 24.2 Main Components of HVDC Converter Station -- 24.3 Analysis of Converter Bridges -- 24.4 Controls and Protection -- 24.5 MTDC Operation -- 24.6 Applications -- 24.7 Modern Trends -- 24.8 DC System Simulation Techniques -- 24.9 Conclusion -- 25 Multilevel Converters and VAR Compensation Azeddine Draou, Mustapha Benghanem, and All Tahri .. -- 25.1 Introduction -- 25.2 Reactive Power Phenomena and Their Compesation -- 25.3 Modeling and Analysis of an Advanced Static VAR Compensator -- 25.4 Static VAR Compensator for the Improvement of Stability of a Turbo Alternator -- 25.5 Multilevel Inverters -- 25.6 The Harmonics Elimination Method for a Three-Level Inverter -- 25.7 Three-Level ASVC Structure Connected to the Network -- 26 Drive Types and Specifications Yahya Shakweh -- 26.1 Overview -- 26.2 Drive Requirements and Specifications -- 26.3 Drive Classifications and Characteristics -- 26.4 Load Profiles and Characteristics -- 26.5 Variable-Speed Drive Topologies -- 26.6 PW M VSI Drive -- 26.7 Applications -- 26.8 Summary -- 27 Motor Drives M. F. Rahman, D. Patterson, A. Cheok, and R. Betts -- 27.1 Introduction -- 27.2 DC Motor Drives. -- 27.3 Induction Motor Drives -- 27.4 Synchronous Motor Drives -- 27.5 Permanent Magnet ac Synchronous Motor Drives -- 27.6 Permanent-Magnet Brushless dc (BLDC) Motor Drives -- 27.7 Servo Drives -- 27.8 Stepper Motor Drives -- 27.9 Switched-Reluctance Motor Drives -- 27.10 Synchronous Reluctance Motor Drives -- 28 Sensorless Vector and Direct-Torque-Controlled Drives Peter Vas and Pekka Tiitinen -- 28.1 General -- 28.2 Basic Types of Torque-Controlled Drive Schemes: Vector Drives, Direct-Torque-Controlled Drives. -- 28.3 Motion Control DSPS by Texas Instruments -- 29 Artificial-Intelligence-Based Drives Peter Vas -- 29.1 General Aspects of the Application of AI-Based Techniques -- 29.2 AI-Based Techniques -- 29.3 AI Applications in Electrical Machines and D
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Power electronics -- Encyclopedias.
Power electronics -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Genre/Form Encyclopedias.
Handbooks and manuals.
Author Rashid, Muhammad H. (Muhammad Harunur), 1945-
LC no. 2001088199
ISBN 0125816502 :