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    RASHID POWER ELECTRONIC

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    POWER ELECTRONIC HANDBOOK

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    [mark=66CCFF]المحتويــــــــــــــــــات [/mark]

    Preface xi
    List of Contributors xiii

    [mark=FFCC00]Introduction Philip Krein 1[/mark]

    1.1 Power Electronics Defined 1
    1.2 Key Characteristics 2
    1.3 Trends in Power Supplies 3
    1.4 Conversion Examples 4
    1.5 Tools For Analysis and Design 7
    1.6 Summary 12

    [mark=FFFF00]2 The Power Diode Ali I. Maswood 15[/mark]

    2.1 Diode as a Switch 15
    2.2 Some Properties of PN Junction 15
    2.3 Common Diode Types 17
    2.4 Typical Diode Ratings 17
    2.5 Snubber Circuits for Diode 19
    2.6 Series and Parallel Connection of Power Diodes 19
    2.7 Typical Applications of Diodes 23
    2.8 Standard Datasheet for Diode Selection 23
    [mark=66FF33]3 Thyristors Jerry Hudgins, Enrico Santi, Antonio Caiafa, Katherine Lengel, and Patrick [/mark]R. Palmer 27

    3.1 Introduction 27
    3.2 Basic Structure and Operation 28
    3.3 Static Characteristics 30
    3.4 Dynamic Switching Characteristics 33
    3.5 Thyristor Parameters 37
    3.6 Types of Thyristors 38
    3.7 Gate Drive Requirements 45
    3.8 PSpice Model 47
    3.9 Applications 50

    [mark=FF6633]4 Gate Turn-Off Thyristors Muhammad H. Rashid 55
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    4.1 Introduction 55
    4.2 Basic Structure and Operation 55
    4.3 GTO Thyristor Models 57
    4.4 Static Characteristics 57
    4.5 Switching Phases 59
    4.6 SPICE GTO Model 60
    4.7 Applications 61

    [mark=CC9900]5 Power Bipolar Transistors Marcelo Godoy SimOes 63 [/mark]

    5.1 Introduction 63
    5.2 Basic Structure and Operation 64
    5.3 Static Characteristics 65
    5.4 Dynamic Switching Characteristics 68
    5.5 Transistor Base Drive Applications 69
    5.6 SPICE Simulation of Bipolar Junction Transistors 71
    5.7 BJT Applications 72

    [mark=33FF33]6 The Power MOSFET Issa Batarseh 75[/mark]

    6.1 Introduction 75
    6.2 The Need for Switching in Power Electronic Circuits 76
    6.3 General Switching Characteristics 78
    6.4 The Power MOSFET 80
    6.5 MOSFET Structure 81
    6.6 MOSFET Regions of Operation 83
    6.7 MOSFET PSPICE Model 93
    6.8 Comparison of Power Devices 96
    6.9 Future Trends in Power Devices 98

    [mark=66CCFF]7 Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor S. Abedinpour and K. Shenai 101 [/mark]

    7.1 Introduction 101
    7.2 Basic Structure and Operation 102
    7.3 Static Characteristics 104
    7.4 Dynamic Switching Characteristics 105
    7.5 IGBT Performance Parameters 107
    7.6 Gate-Drive Requirements 109
    7.7 Circuit Models 111
    7.8 Applications 113

    8[mark=33FF66] MOS Controlled Thyristors (MCTs) S. Yuvarajan 117[/mark]

    8.1 Introduction 117
    8.2 Equivalent Circuit and Switching Characteristics 118
    8.3 Comparison of MCT and Other Power Devices 119
    8.4 Gate Drive for MCTs 120
    8.5 Protection of MCTs 120
    8.6 Simulation Model of an MCT 121
    8.7 Generation-I and Generation-2 MCTs 121
    8.8 N-channelMCT 121
    8.9 Base Resistance-Controlled Thyristor [14] 121
    8.10 MOS Turn-Off Thyristor [15] 122
    8.11 Applications of PMCT 122
    8.12 Conclusions 124
    8.13 Appendix 124

    9[mark=66CC33] Static Induction Devices Bogdan M. Wilarnowski 127 [/mark]

    9.1 Introduction 127
    9.2 Theory of Static Induction Devices 127
    9.3 Characteristics of Static Induction Transistor 128
    9.4 Bipolar Mode Operation of SI Devices (BSIT) 130
    9.5 Emitters for Static Induction Devices 130
    9.6 Static Induction Diode (SID) 131
    9.7 Lateral Punch-Through Transistor (LPTT) 132
    9.8 Static Induction Transistor Logic (SITL) 132
    9.9 BJT Saturation Protected by SIT 132
    9.10 Static Induction MOS Transistor (SIMOS) 133

    *******s vii
    9.11 Space-Charge Limiting Load (SCLL) 134
    9.12 Power MOS Transistors 134
    9.13 Static Indnction Thyristor 135
    9.14 Gate Tnrn-Off Thyristor (GTO) 136

    10 [mark=FFCC00]Diode Rectifiers Yirn-Sho Lee ood Mortio H. L. Chow 139[/mark]

    10.1 Introdnction 139
    10.2 Single-Phase Diode Rectifiers 139
    10.3 Three-Phase Diode Rectifiers 144
    10.4 Poly-Phase Diode Rectifiers 148
    10.5 Filtering Systems in Rectifier Circnits 150
    10.6 High-Freqnency Diode Rectifier Circnits 154

    11 [mark=FF3333]Single-Phase Controlled Rectifiers José RodrIgoez ood Alejoodro Weiosteio 169 [/mark]

    11.1 Line Commntated Single-Phase Controlled Rectifiers 169
    11.2 Unity Power Factor Single-Phase Rectifiers 175

    12 [mark=66CC33]Three-Phase Controlled Rectifiers Jooo W. Dixoo 183[/mark]

    12.1 Introdnction 183
    12.2 Line-Commntated Controlled Rectifiers 183
    12.3 Force-Commntated Three-Phase Controlled Rectifiers 196

    13 [mark=66CCCC]DC-DC Converters Doriosz Czorkowski 211 [/mark]

    13.1 Introdnction 211
    13.2 DC Choppers 212
    13.3 Step-Down (Bnck) Converter 213
    13.4 Step-Up (Boost) Converter 215
    13.5 Bnck-Boost Converter 216
    13.6 Cnk Converter 218
    13.7 Effects of Parasitics 218
    13.8 Synchronons and Bidirectional Converters 220
    13.9 Control Principles 221
    13.10 Applications of DC-DC Converters 223

    14 [mark=FF9933]Inverters José R. Espioozo 225 [/mark]

    14.1 Introdnction 225
    14.2 Single-Phase Voltage Sonrce Inverters 227
    14.3 Three-Phase Voltage Sonrce Inverters 235
    14.4 Cnrrent Sonrce Inverters 241
    14.5 Closed-Loop Operation of Inverters 250
    14.6 Regeneration in Inverters 256
    14.7 Mnltistage Inverters 260
    14.8 Acknowledgments 267

    15 [mark=FF9900]Resonant and Soft-Switching Converters S. Y. (Roo) Hoi ood Heory S. H. Choog 271[/mark]
    15.1 Introdnction 271
    15.2 Classification 272
    15.3 Resonant Switch 272
    15.4 Qnasi-Resonant Converrers 273
    15.5 ZVS in High-Freqnency Applications 275
    15.6 Mnltiresonant Converters (MRC) 280
    15.7 Zero-Voltage-Transition (ZVT) Converters 282
    15.8 Nondissipative Active Clamp Network 283
    15.9 Load Resonant Converters 284
    15.10 Control Circnits for Resonant Converters 287
    15.11 Extended-Period Qnasi-Resonant (EP-QR) Converters 289
    15.12 Soft-Switching and EMI Snppression 293
    15.13 Snnbbers and Soft-Switching for High Power Devices 293
    15.14 Soft-Switching DC-AC Power Inverters 294

    16 [mark=FF6633]AC-AC Converters Ajit K. Chottopodhyoy 307 [/mark]16.1 Introdnction 307
    16.2 Single-Phase AC/AC Voltage Controller 307
    16.3 Three-Phase AC/AC Voltage Controllers 312
    16.4 Cycloconverters 316
    16.5 Matrix Converter 327
    16.6 Applications of AC/AC Converters 331

    [mark=66FF99]17 DC/DC Conversion Technique and Nine Series LUO-Converters Foog Lio Loo, Hoog Ye, [/mark]ood Mohommod H. Roshid 335

    17.1 Introdnction 335
    17.2 Positive Onpnt Lno-Converters 337
    17.3 Negative Onpnt Lno-Converters 353
    17.4 Donble Ontpnt Lno-Converters 359
    17.5 Mnltiple-Qnadrant Operating Lno-Converters 372
    17.6 Switched-Capacitor Mnltiqnadrant Lno-Converters 377
    17.7 Switched-Indnctor Mnltiqnadrant Lno-Converters 386
    17.8 Mnltiqnadrant ZCS Qnasi-Resonant Lno-Converters 390
    17.9 Mnltiqnadrant ZVS Qnasi-Resonant Lno-Converters 394
    17.10 Synchronons Rectifier DC/DC Lno-Converters 397
    17.11 Gate Control, Lno-Resonator 401
    17.12 Applications 402

    18 [mark=66FF33]Gate Drive Circuits M. Syed J. Asghor 407 [/mark]

    18.1 Introdnction 407
    18.2 Thyristor Gate Reqnirements 407
    18.3 Trigger Circnits for Thyristors 409
    18.4 Simple Gate Trigger Circnits for Thyristors 410
    18.5 Drivers for Gate Commntation Switches 422
    18.6 Some Practical Driver Circnits 427

    19 [mark=FF3333]Control Methods for Power Converters I. Ferooodo Silvo 431 [/mark]

    19.1 Introdnction 431
    19.2 Power Converter Control nsing State-Space Averaged Models 432
    19.3 Sliding-Mode Control of Power Converters 450
    19.4 Fnzzy Logic Control of Power Converters 481
    19.5 Conclnsions 484

    20 [mark=33FFFF]Power Supplies Y. M. Loi 487 [/mark]

    20.1 Introdnction 487
    20.2 Linear Series Voltage Regnlator 488
    20.3 Linear Shnnt Voltage Regnlator 491
    20.4 Integrated Circnit Voltage Regnlators 492
    20.5 Switching Regnlators 494

    21 [mark=99FF33]Electronic Ballasts I. Morcos Alooso 507 [/mark]

    21.1 Introdnction 507
    21.2 High-Freqnency Snpply of Discharge Lamps 513
    21.3 Discharge Lamp Modeling 516
    21.4 Resonant Inverters for Electronic Ballasts 519
    21.5 High-Power-Factor Electronic Ballasts 527
    21.6 Applications 529

    [mark=FF6633]22 Power Electronics in Capacitor Charging Applications R. Mork Neims 533 [/mark]

    22.1 Introdnction 533
    22.2 High-Voltage dc Power Snpply with Charging Resistor 533
    22.3 Resonance Charging 534
    22.4 Switching Converters 535

    [mark=FFFF66]23 Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Sources C. V. Noyor, S. M. Islom, ood [/mark]Hon Shormo 539

    23.1 Introdnction 539
    23.2 Power Electronics for Photovoltaic Power Systems 540
    23.3 Power Electronics for Wind Power Systems 562

    24 [mark=FF6600]HVDC Transmission Vijoy K. Sood 575 [/mark]

    24.1 Introdnction 575
    24.2 Main Components of HVDC Converter Station 580
    24.3 Analysis of Converter Bridges 583
    24.4 Controls and Protection 583
    24.5 MTDC Operation 589
    24.6 Applications 591
    24.7 Modern Trends 592
    24.8 DC System Simnlation Techniqnes 595
    24.9 Conclnsion 596

    [mark=FF9900]25 Multilevel Converters and VAR Compensation Azeddioe Droou, Mostopho Beoghooem, ood Au Tohri 599 [/mark]

    25.1 Introdnction 599
    25.2 Reactive Power Phenomena and Their Compensation 600
    25.3 Modeling and Analysis of an Advanced Static VAR Compensator 603
    25.4 Static VAR Compensator for the Improvement of Stability of a Tnrbo Alternator 612
    25.5 Mnltilevel Inverters 615
    25.6 The Harmonics Elimination Method for a Three-Level Inverter 619
    25.7 Three-Level ASVC Strnctnre Connected to the Network 622

    [mark=FF6633]26 Drive Types and Specifications Yohyo Shokweh 629
    26.1 Overview 629 [/mark]


    26.2 Drive Reqnirements and Specifications 633
    26.3 Drive Classifications and Characteristics 636
    26.4 Load Profiles and Characteristics 641
    26.5 Variable-Speed Drive Topologies 644
    26.6 PWM VSI Drive 650
    26.7 Applications 657
    26.8 Snmmary 660

    27 [mark=33CCFF]Motor Drives M. F. Rohrnoo, D. Pottersoo, A. Cheok, ood R. Betts 663 [/mark]

    27.1 Introdnction 664
    27.2 DC Motor Drives 665
    27.3 Indnction Motor Drives 670
    27.4 Synchronons Motor Drives 681
    27.5 Permanent Magnet ac Synchronons Motor Drives 689
    27.6 Permanent-Magnet Brnshless dc (BLDC) Motor Drives 694
    27.7 Servo Drives 704
    27.8 Stepper Motor Drives 710
    27.9 Switched-Relnctance Motor Drives 717
    27.10 Synchronons Relnctance Motor Drives 727

    [mark=33CCFF]28 Sensorless Vector and Direct-Torque-Controlled Drives Peter Vos ood Pekko Tiitioeo [/mark]

    28.1 General 735
    28.2 Basic Types of Torqne-Controlled Drive Schemes: Vector Drives, Direct-Torqne-Controlled Drives 736
    28.3 Motion Control DSPS by Texas Instrnments 766

    29 [mark=FF9933]Artificial-Intelligence-Based Drives Peter Vos 769[/mark]

    29.1 General Aspects of the Application of Al-Based Techniqnes 769
    29.2 Al-Based Techniqnes 770
    29.3 Al Applications in Electrical Machines and Drives 773
    29.4 Industrial Applications of Al in Drives by Hitachi, Yaskawa, Texas Instruments and SGS Thomson 774
    29.5 Application of Neural-Network-Based Speed Estimators 774

    [mark=FF6666]30 Fuzzy Logic in Electric Drives Ahmed Rubaai 779 [/mark]

    30.1 Introduction 779
    30.2 The Fuzzy Logic Concept 779
    30.3 Applications of Fuzzy Logic to Electric Drives 784
    30.4 Hardware System De******ion 788
    30.5 Conclusion 789

    [mark=66CC00]31 Automotive Applications of Power Electronics David I. Perreault, Khurrarn K. Afridi, and Iftikhar A. Khan. . 791 [/mark]

    31.1 Introduction 791
    31.2 The Present Automotive Electrical Power System 792
    31.3 System Environment 792
    31.4 Functions Enabled by Power Electronics 797
    31.5 Multiplexed Load Control 801
    31.6 Electromechanical Power Conversion 803
    31.7 Dual/High-Voltage Automotive Electrical System 808
    31.8 Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles 812
    31.9 Summary 813

    32 [mark=FF6699]Power Quality S. Mark Halpin and Angela Card 817 [/mark]

    32.1 Introduction 817
    32.2 Power Quality 818
    32.3 Reactive Power and Harmonic Compensation 823
    32.4 IEEE Standards 827
    32.5 Conclusions 828

    33 [mark=66CC33]Active Filters Luis Moran and Juan Dixon 829 [/mark]

    33.1 Introduction 829
    33.2 Types of Active Power Filters 829
    33.3 Shunt Active Power Filters 830
    33.4 Series Active Power Filters 841

    34 [mark=33FFFF]Computer Simulation of Power Electronics and Motor Drives Michael Giesselmann 853 [/mark]34.1 Introduction 853

    34.2 Use of Simulation Tools for Design and Analysis 853
    34.3 Simulation of Power Electronics Circuits with PSpice’ 854
    34.4 Simulations of Power Electronic Circuits and Electric Machines 857
    34.5 Simulations of ac Induction Machines using Field Oriented (Vector) Control 860
    34.6 Simulation of Sensorless Vector Control Using PSpice’ Release 9 863
    34.7 Simulations Using Simplorer’ 868
    34.8 Conclusions 870

    35 [mark=99FF00]Packaging and Smart Power Systems Douglas C. Hopkins 871[/mark]

    35.1 Introduction 871
    35.2 Background 871
    35.3 Functional Integration 872
    35.4 Assessing Partitioning Technologies 874
    35.5 Full-Cost Model [5] 877
    35.6 Partitioning Approach 878
    35.7 Example 2.2kw Motor Drive Design 879
    35.8 Acknowledgment 881
    Index 883
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