Power Electronics Technology Author: Qu Yong India, Quartz editor of the publication time: 2013
Series items: Brief introduction to the content of electrical and electronic series of textbooks for colleges and universities in the 21st century (Power and Electronic Technology (series of electrical and informational textbooks for colleges and universities in the 21st century) "(Author Qu Yongyin, Bai Jing) can be divided into devices, converters, Apply three parts. Part I (Chapter 1): Focused on the thyristor (SCR), power field effect transistor (P-MOSFET), insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT), injection enhanced gate transistor (IEGT), integrated gate commutation thyristor (IGCT) and other power electronic devices such as semiconductor physical structure, working principle, switching characteristics, main parameters, advantages and disadvantages, application prospects, as well as common, basic problems of driving, buffering, protection, series and parallel device applications. Part II (Chapters 2-6): Chapters 2-5 analyze and study the DC-AC converter (inverter), AC-DC converter (rectifier), and DC-DC converter (DC) in detail. The main circuit topology, working principle, basic characteristics, harmonics and power factor, control method, performance index, and application occasions of the four types of basic converters of choppers and AC-AC converters (direct converters); The chapter introduces the soft switching technology used to improve the efficiency of power electronic converters. The third part (Chapter 7): introduces the application of various multi-level combined power electronic converters in various fields. "Power Electronics Technology (Electrical Information Series Textbooks for Colleges and Universities in the 21st Century)" can be used as a teaching book for undergraduates and graduate students in electrical engineering, electrical automation, and related majors, as well as engineering and technical personnel engaged in power electronics technology use.
Contents Publication Description Preface Symbol Description Introduction 1.1 Definition of power electronics technology and its research contents 0.1.1 Definition of power electronics technology 0.1.2 Research contents of power electronics technology and types of power electronics converters 0.2 Characteristics and analysis methods of power electronic converters 0.2.1 Characteristics of power electronic converters 0.2.2 Analysis methods of power electronic converters 0.3 Economic and social significance of power electronic technology 0.3.1 Technical economy Significance 0.3.2 Significance of energy saving and consumption reduction 0.4 Development history of power electronics technology and future development trends 0.4.1 History of development of early power electronics technology 0.4.2 History of development of modern power electronics technology 5 Application of Power Electronics Technology 0.6 Introduction to the content of this book and the learning methods that readers need to master Chapter 1. Power electronic devices 1.1 Uncontrolled devices-power diodes 1.1.1 Working principle of PN junctions and power diodes 1.1.2 The basic characteristics of power diodes 1.1.3 The main parameters of power diodes 1.1.4 The main types of power diodes 1.2 Semi-controllable devices-thyristors 1.2.1 The basics of thyristors Structure 1.2.2 Working principle of thyristor 1.2.3 Volt-ampere characteristic of thyristor 1.2.4 Main parameters of thyristor 1.2.5 Derived series of thyristor 1.3 Fully controlled device 1.3.1 Power transistor 1.3.2 Power field effect transistor 1.3.3 Gate-off thyristor 1.3.4 Insulated gate bipolar transistor 1.3.5 Injection enhanced gate transistor 1.3.6 Electrostatic induction transistor 1. 3.7 Electrostatic induction thyristor 1.3.8 Integrated gate commutation thyristor 1.3.9 Power electronic devices based on wide band gap semiconductor materials 1.4 Power integrated circuits and integrated power electronic modules 1.5 Power electronic drive circuits 1 .5.1 P? MOSFET driving requirements and drive circuit 1.5.2 IGBT gate drive circuit 1.5.3 IGCT gate drive technology 1.6 Series and parallel design of power electronic devices 1.6.1 Power Serial technology of electronic devices 1.6.2 Parallel technology of power electronic devices Summary exercises and reflections in this chapter Chapter 2 DC-AC converter (inverter) 2.1 Overview of DC-AC converter (inverter) 2 .1.1 Inverter concept 2.1.2 Inverter principle 2.1.3 Inverter circuit commutation Equation 2.1.4 Inverter classification 2.1.5 Inverter performance index 2.2 Square wave inverter 2.2.1 Voltage type single phase square wave inverter 2.2.2 Voltage type three Phase bridge square wave inverter 2.2.3 Current type three phase bridge square wave inverter 2.2.4 Problems with square wave inverter 2.3 Pulse width modulation control technology of inverter — —PWM Inverter 2.3.1 Overview 2.3.2 Voltage Sine PWM (SPWM) Control Technology——SPWM Inverter 2.3.3 Harmonic Analysis of SPWM Inverter 2.3.4 SPWM Mode Optimization 2.3.5 Random PWM technology 2.3.6 Current sine PWM control technology 2.3.7 Voltage space vector PWM (SVPWM) control technology-SVPWM inverter 2.4 PWM multilevel inverter 2 .4.1 Multiple PWM Inverter 2.4.2 Neutral Point Clamped PWM Multilevel Inverter 2.5 Simulation Research Method of PWM Inverter 2.5.1 General Purpose of PWM Inverter Mathematical model 2.5.2 Simulink modular realization 2.5.3 Simulation of SPWM inverter 2.5.4 Simulation of CHBPWM inverter 2.5.5 Simulation of SVPWM inverter Summary and problems in this chapter Chapter 3 AC-DC Converter (Rectifier) 3.1 of the rectifier Concept, type and performance index 3.1.1 Concept of rectifier 3.1.2 Type of rectifier 3.1.3 Performance index of rectifier 3.2 Uncontrolled rectifier circuit with capacitive filtering 3.2.1 Capacitive filtering Single-phase uncontrolled rectifier circuit 3.2.2 Ideally a three-phase uncontrolled rectifier circuit with capacitive filtering 3.2.3 Three-phase uncontrolled rectifier circuit with capacitive filtering when considering inductance 3.2.4 Major quantitative relationships 3. 3 Phase-controlled rectifier 3.3.1 Single-phase half-wave phase-controlled rectifier 3.3.2 Single-phase full-control bridge (resistive inductive load) phase-controlled rectifier 3.3.3 Three-phase half-wave phase-controlled rectifier 3.3 .4 Three-phase full-control bridge phase-controlled rectifier 3.3.5 High-power phase-controlled rectifier circuit 3.3.6 Influence of transformer leakage reactance on thyristor phase-controlled rectifier circuit 3.3.7 Harmonics of phase-controlled rectifier circuit And power factor 3.3.8 Phase-controlled rectifier circuit Working condition analysis with back-EMF load 3.3.9 Analysis of active inverter working state in phase-controlled rectifier 3.3.10 Trigger control technology of phase-controlled rectifier 3 .4 PWM Rectifier 3.4.1 Overview 3.4.2 Voltage Type Single Phase Bridge PWM Rectifier 3.4.3 Voltage Type Three Phase Bridge PWM Rectifier 3.4.4 Current Type Single Phase Bridge PWM Rectifier