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Modern Power Electronics Author: PROCEEDINGS eds Publication date: 2013 Introduction "graduate teaching books: Modern Power Electronics" Readers for already have preliminary knowledge of power electronics technology to further learning, it is a power electronics technology advanced tutorials . "Graduate Teaching Book: Modern Power Electronics" includes the mathematical methods commonly used in power electronics technology, the principles and application foundations of power electronics, wide band gap devices, soft switching, three-level, synchronous rectification, and staggered parallel power conversion , DC / DC converter dynamic modeling method, multilevel inverter topology and PWM modulation, SPWM inverter dynamic modeling and control, active power factor correction and so on. "Graduate Teaching Book: Modern Power Electronics" can be used as a postgraduate teaching material for power electronics and power transmission majors and related majors. reference book.
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Definition of Power Electronics
1.2 Power electronics
1.3 Power Electronics Power Conversion Technology
1.4 Prospects for Power Electronics Technology
1.5 Chapter Summary References Chapter 2 Mathematical Methods in Power Electronics
2.1 Fourier series and Fourier transform
2.1.1 Continuous Fourier Series and Fourier Transform
2.1.2 Discrete Fourier Series and Fourier Transform
2.2 Coordinate Transformation
2.2.1 Three-phase to two-phase static transformation
2.2.2 dq rotation transformation
2.2.3 Space Vector
2.3 Instantaneous power theory
2.3.1 Theoretical Basis and Development of Instantaneous Reactive Power
2.3.2 Akagi Instantaneous Reactive Power Theory
2.3.3 Instantaneous Reactive Power Theory Based on Current Decomposition
2.3.4 General Instantaneous Reactive Power Theory
2.4 Symmetric Component Decomposition
2.4.1 Positive sequence components
2.4.2 Negative sequence components
2.4.3 Zero sequence component
2.4.4 Relationship between total and positive, negative, and zero sequence components
2.5 Chapter Summary References Chapter 3. Modern Power Electronics
3.1 Overview
3.1.1 Overview of Power Electronics
3.1.2 Development History and Trend
3.2 Principles and Characteristics of Power Electronic Devices
3.2.1 Rectification principle and blocking characteristics
3.2.2 Switching Principle and Frequency Characteristics
3.2.3 Conductance modulation principle and on-state characteristics
3.2.4 Power loss principle and high temperature characteristics
3.3 Modern Rectifier Diodes
3.3.1 Ordinary Schottky barrier diode
3.3.2 PN Junction Schottky Barrier Composite Diode
3.3.3 MOS Schottky Barrier Composite Diode
3.3.4 Improved PIN diode
3.4 Power MOS
3.4.1 Basic Structure and Working Principle of Power MOS
3.4.2 Characteristics of Power MOS
3.4.3 Basic characteristics of power MOS
3.4.4 Reliability of Power MOS
3.5 Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
3.5.1 Basic structure and working principle of IGBT
3.5.2 IGBT operating characteristics
3.5.3 Safe working area
3.5.4 Evolution of Special IGBTs and IGBTs
3.6 Wide band gap semiconductor power electronics
3.6.1 Material Selection for Power Electronic Devices
3.6.2 Silicon Carbide Power Electronics
3.6.3 Other wide bandgap semiconductor power electronic devices
3.7 Summary of this ChapterReferencesChapter 4 DC / DC High Frequency Power Conversion
4.1 Soft-switching DC converter
4.1.1 Classification of DC-DC Converter Soft Switching
4.1.2 Resonant Converter
4.1.3 LLC Resonant Converter
4.1.4 PWM Soft-Switching Converter
4.1.5 Phase-shifted full-bridge converter
4.2 Three-level DC / DC converter
4.2.1 Classification of Multilevel Converters
4.2.2 Basic three-level converter
4.2.3 Isolated three-level converter
4.3 Synchronous Rectification Technology
4.3.1 Basic Concepts of Synchronous Rectification Technology
4.3.2 Driving Timing of Synchronous Rectifier
4.3.3 Classification of Synchronous Rectifier Drive Circuits
4.3.4 Synchronous rectification bidirectional driving method
4.3.5 Unidirectional driving mode of synchronous rectification
4.4 Staggered Parallel Technology
4.4.1 Basic concepts of staggered parallel technology
4.4.2 Interleaved Parallel Converter
4.4.3 Comparison of Interleaved Parallel Converters and Multilevel Converters
4.5 Summary of this Chapter References Chapter 5 Dynamic Model and Control of DC / DC Converters
5.1 Significance of dynamic modeling of power converters
5.2 Switching Period Average and Small Signal Linearization Dynamic Model
5.3 Unified Circuit Model
5.4 Modulator Model
5.5 Closed-Loop Control and Stability
5.6 Chapter Summary References Chapter 6 Inverter and Modulation Technology
6.1 Overview
6.2 Voltage-type inverter and its PWM technology
6.2.1 Main circuit of voltage PWM inverter
6.2.2 Current Sine PWM Technology
6.2.3 Space Vector PWM Technology
6.3 Multilevel converter topology
6.3.1 Features of Multilevel Converters
6.3.2 Clamped Multilevel Converter
6.3.3 Cascaded Multilevel Converter
6.3.4 Other multilevel structures
6.4 PWM Control of Multilevel Converter
6.4.1 Multilevel Carrier PWM Technology
6.4.2 Multilevel Space Vector PWM Technology
6.4.3 Unification of Multilevel Carrier and Space Vector
6.5 Chapter Summary References Chapter 7 SPWM Converter System Control Technology
7.1 Overview
7.2 General performance requirements and indicators of SPWM converter system
7.2.1 General performance requirements of SPWM converters
7.2.2 General performance indicators of SPWM converters
7.3 SPWM converter modeling
7.3.1 Mathematical model of SPWM inverter (standalone operation)
7.3.2 Mathematical model of SPWM rectifier (connected to power grid)
7.4 Control Technology of Independently Running Inverter
7.4.1 Inverter output voltage control technology
7.4.2 Inverter Parallel Operation Control Technology
7.5 SPWM converter control technology connected to the power grid
7.5.1 DC side voltage control technology of SPWM converter connected to the power grid
7.5.2 SPWM Converter Connected to the Grid
7.5.3 Grid-side Power Control Technology for SPWM Converters Connected to the Grid
7.5.4 SPWM converter connected to the power grid
7.6 Controller design
7.6.1 Design Based on Classical Control Theory
7.6.2 Design Based on State Space Theory
7.6.3 Repeat control
7.6.4 Deadbeat Control
7.7 Chapter SummaryReferencesChapter 8 Active Power Factor Correction Techniques
8.1 Principle of single-phase active power factor correction
8.1.1 Resistance load simulation
8.1.2 Power converters and active power factor correction
8.2 CCM single-phase BOOST power factor correction converter
8.2.1 Circuit Principle Analysis
8.2.2 Control of CCM Single Phase BOOST Power Factor Correction Converter
8.3 DCM single-phase BOOST power factor correction converter
8.3.1 CRM single-phase BOOST power factor correction converter circuit analysis
8.3.2 Control of CRM single-phase BOOST power factor correction converter
8.4 Other single-phase power factor correction conversion techniques
8.4.1 Bridgeless Power Factor Correction Conversion Circuit
8.4.2 Low-frequency switching power factor correction conversion circuit
8.4.3 Window control power factor correction conversion circuit
8.5 Principle of Three-Phase PFC
8.5.1 Control of Three-Phase Single-Switch BoostPFC Circuit
8.5.2 Control of Three-Phase Six-Switch PFC Circuit
8.5.3 Other three-phase PFC circuits
8.6 Summary references in this chapter

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