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Used in power electronics technology for transformers and inductors: Theory, Design and Application of :( Ireland) WGHurley, (Germany) WHWolfle the publication date: 2014 Corpus term: international electrical engineering advanced technology Renditions This book based on electromagnetic theory The basic and concise introduction to the design principles of transformers and inductors in the field of power electronics applications, corresponding to the theoretical and practical aspects of transformer and inductor applications in current filtering, electromagnetic energy storage, circuit isolation, DC and AC buck-boost conversion Detailed analysis. The book introduces the application of various modern power conversion systems, proposes rigorous design guidelines for transformers and inductors based on robust design methods, and gives successful classic cases in practical applications as design examples. This book covers the basic knowledge of magnetic components in power electronics transformation, and provides a comprehensive reference for the design of specific transformer inductors for technical and R & D personnel in the field of power electronics and related professional students in colleges and universities. For advanced undergraduate and graduate students majoring in electrical engineering and electrical energy systems, as well as engineers in power and energy conversion systems, this book is undoubtedly the best choice if you want to further advance your latest knowledge in the field.
Contents Translator's Preface Prologue Prologue Acknowledgement Preface Preface Symbol Explanation Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1.1 Historical Background 1
1.2 Various Laws in Electromagnetism 3
1.2.1 Ampere magnetic field loop rule 3
1.2.2 Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction 4
1.3 Ferromagnetic Magnetic Materials 6
1.4 Loss of magnetic components 9
1.4.1 Copper loss 9
1.4.2 Hysteresis Loss 9
1.4.3 Eddy Current Loss 11
1.4.4 Steinmetz Formula 12
1.5 Permeability 12
1.6 Magnetic Materials in Power Electronics Applications 13
1.6.1 Soft Magnetic Materials 14
1.6.2 Properties of some magnetic materials 16
1.7 Exercises 17
References 17
Read More 17 Chapter 1 Inductors Chapter 2 Inductors 18
2.1 Magnetic Circuit 18
2.2 Self and mutual inductance 21
2.3 Energy storage of inductors in magnetic fields 24
2.3.1 Why Do You Need a Magnetic Core?
2.3.2 Distributed Air Gap 27
2.4 Self- and mutual inductance of circular coils 28
2.4.1 Round Wires
2.4.2 Circular Coils
2.5 Edge effect of air gap 35
2.6 Exercises 37
References 39
Further reading 40 Chapter 3 Inductor Design 41
3.1 Related Equations 41
3.1.1 Inductance 41
3.1.2 Maximum magnetic induction strength 41
3.1.3 Winding loss 42
3.1.4 Optimization of Effective Permeability
3.1.5 Core Loss
3.1.6 Thermal Equations
3.1.7 Current Density in Coils
3.1.8 Dimensional Analysis 45
3.2 Design Process 46
3.3 Design Examples 48
3.4 The Case of Multiple Coils
3.5 Exercises 63
References 68
Further reading 68
Chapter 2 Transformers
4.1 Ideal transformers 72
4.1.1 No-load conditions
4.1.2 Load conditions
4.1.3 Rules of the Same Name
4.1.4 Reflected Impedance 75
4.1.5 Summary 76 Catalog Transformers and Inductors Applied to Power Electronics Technology-Theory, Design and Application 4.2 Practical Transformers 76
4.2.1 Magnetizing Current and Magnetic Loss
4.2.2 Winding Impedance
4.2.3 Magnetic leakage
4.2.4 Equivalent Circuits
4.3 General Transformer Equations 81
4.3.1 Voltage Equation
4.3.2 Power Equation
4.3.3 Winding loss (copper loss) 85
4.3.4 Core Loss
4.3.5 Optimization of Transformers
4.4 Power Factor 87
4.5 Exercises 92
References 93
Further reading 93 Chapter 5 Transformer Design 94
5.1 Design Equations
5.1.1 Calculation of winding current density 95
5.1.2 Calculation of Optimum Magnetic Induction Strength Without Magnetic Saturation 96
5.1.3 Calculation of Optimum Magnetic Induction Strength Limited by Magnetic Saturation
5.2 Design methods
5.3 Design Examples
5.4 Transformer Isolation
5.4.1 Insulation Rules
5.4.2 Practical Insulation Methods
5.5 Exercises 115
Further reading 122 Chapter 6 High Frequency Effects of Winding 124
6.1 Skin Effect Coefficient 124
6.2 Proximity effect coefficient 127
6.2.1 AC resistance of hollow cylindrical conductor 128
6.3 Proximity effects of arbitrary waveforms
6.3.1 Optimal Thickness
6.4 Reducing Proximity Effects Using Staggered Windings 144
6.5 Transformer winding leakage inductance 145
6.6 Exercises 147
References 154
Read More 154 Chapter 7 High-Frequency Effects of Magnetic Cores 157
7.1 Eddy current loss of a toroidal core
7.1.1 Numerical Approximation
7.1.2 Equivalent core inductance 160
7.1.3 Equivalent Core Resistance 161
7.2 Core Loss
7.3 Complex Permeability
7.4 Laminated Cores 169
7.5 Exercises 170
References 172
Further reading 173 Chapter 3 Advanced Topics Chapter 8 Measurements 174
8.1 Measurement of Inductance
8.1.1 Step Voltage Method
8.1.2 Incremental Impedance
8.2 Measurement of BH Curves
8.3 Measurement of Losses in Transformers 179
8.3.1 Short circuit test (coil loss /
Copper loss) 180
8.3.2 Open circuit test (core loss /
Iron loss) 181
8.3.3 High Frequency Core Loss
8.3.4 High-frequency leakage reactance 185
8.4 Transformer winding capacitance 187
8.4.1 Transformer Effective Capacitance
8.4.2 Admittance in a Transformer Model
8.5 Exercises 192
References 193
Further reading 193 Chapter 9 Flat Magnetic Elements 195
9.1 Inductance Models
9.1.1 Spiral Coils in Air
9.1.2 Spiral Coils on Ferromagnetic Substrates
9.1.3 Spiral Coils in a Sandwich Structure
9.2 Manufacturing of Spiral Inductors
9.2.1 PCB Magnetics
9.2.2 Thick Film Magnetic Element 211
9.2.3 LTCC Magnetic Elements
9.2.4 Thin Film Magnetic Elements
9.2.5 Summary
9.3 Problems
References 241
Read More 242 Chapter 10 Variable Inductors 244
10.1 Saturated Core Inductors
10.2 Swing Inductors
10.3 Ramp Air-Gap Inductors
10.4 Applications of Variable Inductance 255
10.4.1 Power Factor Correction 255
10.4.2 Variable inductance for harmonic control 257
10.4.3 Maximum Power Tracking
10.4.4 Voltage Adjustment
10.5 Exercises 268
References 275
Further reading 276 Appendix 277

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