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Enter a series of modular power electronic converters: Shad yet, Guo Zhiqiang, Liao Chung with Publication date: 2014 Description series modular power electronic converter input voltage power device applications in the high-voltage input may have occasion, and multilevel Compared with the flat converter, the control strategy is also simpler. At the same time, fault-tolerance and hot-swap control of the converter can be easily realized, which greatly improves the reliability of the converter. Because it is necessary to achieve a good power sharing between the modules in both dynamic and static states, that is, the equalization of the input voltage, more control strategies previously required the introduction of an input voltage equalizing loop, which increased the complexity of the control system design. . "Input Series Modular Power Electronic Converter" will propose a series of power sharing control strategies for the input series modular power electronic converter from the output side, without the need for input voltage sampling of each module, thereby reducing costs. "Input series modular power electronic converter" is a monograph on input series modular power electronic converter and its corresponding control strategy. It has the characteristics of combining theoretical knowledge and engineering design. It can be used as a power electronics specialty in colleges and universities and related The reference book for professional graduate students, senior undergraduates and teachers can also be used as a reference for engineering and technical personnel engaged in power electronics research and development.
Preface Chapter 1 Overview
1.1 Device solutions for high voltage input power electronics conversion
1.1.1 Power devices in series
1.1.2 Multilevel main circuit structure
1.1.3 PWM Control Strategy of Multilevel Converter
1.2 Research on Input Series Modular Power Electronic Converters for High Voltage Inputs Chapter 2. Input Series Output Parallel Modular DC-DC Converters
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Research progress of control strategies for ISOP modular DC-DC converters
2.2.1 Research on the Same Duty Cycle Control Strategy
2.2.2 Charge control strategy with input voltage feedforward
2.2.3 Control strategy based on active input voltage control
2.2.4 Master-slave control method
2.2.5 Current control mode without current sensor
2.3 Input-output characteristics analysis of ISOP modular DC-DC converter
2.3.1 Problems to be Solved for ISOPDC-DC Converters
2.3.2 ISOPDC-DC converter input voltage sharing, output current sharing analysis
2.3.3 Influence of module parameters on input voltage sharing
2.4 ISOPDC-DC converter input voltage sharing control
2.4.1 ISOPDC-DC converter input voltage sharing control principle
2.4.2 System small signal model and control loop analysis
2.5 ISOPDC-DC converter output current cross feedback control
2.5.1 Stability analysis of output current sharing control
2.5.2 Analysis of ISOPDC-DC Converter Cross Current Control System
2.6 Chapter Summary Chapter 3 Input-Series Output-Series DC-DC Converter
3.1 Introduction
3.2 ISOS Modular DC-DC Converter
3.3 Two-module ISOS phase-shifted full-bridge soft-switch DC-DC converter control
3.3.1 Two-module ISOSDC-DC converter system modeling
3.3.2 Equivalent impedance of input series DC-DC converter system
3.3.3 Analysis of output voltage sharing control of two-module ISOSDC-DC converter
3.4 Multi-module ISOSDC-DC converter system characteristics and control
3.4.1 Duty Cycle Reallocation Control
3.4.2 Stability Analysis of Duty Cycle Reallocation Control
3.4.3 n-module ISOSDC-DC converter system redundancy control
3.4.4 Analysis of Duty Cycle Reassignment Control System of Three-Module Dual-tube Forward ISOSDC-DC Converter
3.4.5 Simulation and experimental results
3.5 Chapter Summary Chapter 4 Input-Series-Output Parallel Modular High Frequency Chain DC-AC Inverter
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Bidirectional power flow of the ISOP inverter
4.3 ISOP High Frequency Pulse AC Link Inverter Main Circuit Topology
4.3.1 Proposal to Eliminate Circulation
4.3.2 Full-bridge full-wave high-frequency chain inverter
4.3.3 Regional judgment logic control
4.4 Control of ISOP High Frequency Chain Inverter
4.4.1 ISOP High Frequency Chain Inverter Topology
4.4.2 Independent control of output current of ISOP inverter system
4.4.3 Output Current Interleaving Control
4.4.4 ISOP Inverter System Current Sharing Analysis
4.5 Analysis of ISOP Inverter Control System
4.6 Simulation and experimental results
4.7 Chapter Summary Chapter 5 Input-Series Output-Series Modular High Frequency Chain Inverter
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Relationship between output current sharing and input voltage sharing in ISOS inverters
5.3 ISOS modular main circuit structure and its PWM modulation strategy
5.4 Comparative analysis of output voltage direct cross feedback control and the proposed control strategy
5.5 Experimental Analysis of ISOS Modular High Frequency Chain Inverter
5.5.1 Experimental analysis with the same transformer turns ratio
5.5.2 Experimental analysis in the case of inconsistent transformer turns
5.6 Chapter Summary Chapter 6 Input-Series Output Parallel Modular High Frequency Chain AC-DC Rectifier
6.1 Circuit topology
6.2 ISOP Modular High Frequency Chain AC-DC Converter Stability Mechanism
6.3 Simulation analysis
6.4 Analysis of experimental results
6.5 Chapter Summary Chapter 7 Input-Series Output-Series Modular High Frequency Chain AC-DC Rectifier
7.1 Circuit topology
7.2 ISOS high-frequency chain rectification topology and control method
7.3 Analysis of the Stability Mechanism of ISOS High Frequency Rectification System
7.4 Modeling and Loop Gain Analysis of Two-Module Rectifier ISOS System
7.5 Simulation and experimental results
7.6 Chapter Summary Chapter 8 Input-Series Output Parallel Modular AC-AC Electronic Transformer
8.1 Relationship between output current sharing and input voltage sharing
8.2 System main circuit composition and PWM logic timing
8.3 System control strategy and simulation analysis
8.4 Analysis of experimental results of ISOP two-module AC-AC converter
8.5 Summary of this chapterChapter 9: Input-series-output-series modular AC-AC electronic transformer
9.1 Relationship between output voltage equalization and input voltage equalization
9.2 System main circuit composition and PWM logic timing
9.3 System control strategy without input voltage equalization loop
9.4 Two-module ISOS experimental results and analysis
9.5 Chapter Summary Chapter 10 Summary and Outlook References

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