Principles of Power Electronics
Addison-Wesley, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 738 pages
This textbook offers broad coverage of the subject of power electronics. Each topic is developed in sufficient depth to expose the fundamental principles, concepts, techniques, methods, and circuits necessary to understand power electronic systems. The applications are diverse enough to expose students to numerous types of systems. The authors have paid particular attention to developing examples and exercises that promote innovative ways of thinking about problems, methods of analysis, and the use of approximations.
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FORM AND FUNCTION
Introduction to Rectifier Circuits
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applications approximately assume average base behavior bridge calculate called capacitor carrier Chapter characteristic charge circuit circuit of Fig commutation compared component concentration condition conduction connected consider constant converter core cycle determine device diode direct discussed drive effect electric electron energy equal Example factor field Figure filter flow forward frequency function gain gate harmonic increases inductance inductor input inverter leakage limit linearized load loop magnetic MOSFET negative nominal Note obtain operation output parameters peak period phase positive power circuit power electronic Problem ratio rectifier reduce region resistance resonant response result reverse shown in Fig shows side snubber state-space switching temperature terminal thermal thyristor transfer transformer transistor turn typical variables varying voltage waveform winding zero