Power Electronics and Motor Drives: Advances and Trends
Power electronics is an area of extremely important and rapidly changing technology. Technological advancements in the area contribute to performance improvement and cost reduction, with applications proliferating in industrial, commercial, residential, military and aerospace environments. This book is meant to help engineers operating in all these areas to stay up-to-date on the most recent advances in the field, as well as to be a vehicle for clarifying increasingly complex theories and mathematics. This book will be a cost-effective and convenient way for engineers to get up-to-speed on the latest trends in power electronics.
The reader will obtain the same level of informative instruction as they would if attending an IEEE course or a training session, but without ever leaving the office or living room! The author is in an excellent position to offer this instruction as he teaches many such courses.
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Chapter 4 VoltageFed Converters and PWM Techniques
Chapter 5 CurrentFed Converters
Chapter 6 Electrical Machines for VariableSpeed Drives
Chapter 7 Induction Motor Drives
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applications B. K. Bose backpropagation block diagram capacitor constant converter system current control current waves current-fed converter cycloconverter dc link dc motor devices dynamic efficiency energy equations equivalent circuit estimation feedback figure shows filter function fuzzy control H-bridge harmonic IEEE IGBTs IGCTs induction motor induction motor drive input leakage inductance line current line voltage load commutation mode modulation neural network neurons nonlinear operation overmodulation parameters phase voltage phase-controlled phasor phasor diagram power electronics power factor power semiconductor devices problem pulse PWM inverter resonant signal simulation Simulink single-phase sinusoidal snubber soft-switched speed control square-wave stator stator current stator flux supply switching frequency switching loss synchronous machine synchronous motor three-phase thyristor torque triac turn-off undermodulation variable variable-frequency variable-frequency drives vector control vector drive voltage voltage and current voltage wave voltage-fed waveforms WFSM winding zero
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