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CONTENTS. Principles and Methods of Electric Power Conversion Semiconductor Power Switches Supplementary Components and Systems AC-to-DC Converters AC-to-AC Converters DC-to-DC Converters DC-to-AC Converters Switching Power Supplies Power Electronics and Clean Energy.

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Contents
CONTENTS

  • Principles and Methods of Electric Power Conversion

  • Semiconductor Power Switches

  • Supplementary Components and Systems

  • AC-to-DC Converters

  • AC-to-AC Converters

  • DC-to-DC Converters

  • DC-to-AC Converters

  • Switching Power Supplies

  • Power Electronics and Clean Energy

Chapter 1


Chapter 1 principles and methods of electric power conversion
Chapter 1Principles and Methods of Electric Power Conversion

“Introduction to Modern Power Electronics”, 2nd Ed., John Wiley 2010

by

Andrzej M. Trzynadlowski



Generic power converter
Generic power converter

Fig. 1.2

Chapter 1


Ac input voltage waveform
AC input voltage waveform

Fig. 1.3

Chapter 1




Configurations of power electronic converters a current source b voltage source
Configurations of power electronic converters: (a) current-source, (b) voltage-source

Fig. 1.6

Chapter 1







Resistive control schemes a rheostatic control b potentiometric control
Resistive control schemes: (a) generic inverterrheostatic control, (b) potentiometric control

Fig. 1.12

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic rectifier with the firing angle of
Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic rectifier with the firing angle of

Fig. 1.13

Chapter 1



Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic ac voltage controller with the firing angle of
Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic AC voltage controller with the firing angle of

Fig. 1.15

Chapter 1


Control characteristic of the phase controlled generic ac voltage controller
Control characteristic of the phase-controlled generic AC voltage controller

Fig. 1.16

Chapter 1


Harmonic spectra of output voltage with the firing angle of voltage controller in: (a) phase-controlled generic rectifier, (b) phase-controlled generic AC voltage controller

Fig. 1.17

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic chopper
Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic chopper voltage controller

Fig. 1.18

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic chopper: switching frequency twice as high as in the previous figure

Fig. 1.19

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in a generic pwm rectifier b generic pwm ac voltage controller
Output voltage and current waveforms in (a) generic PWM rectifier, (b) generic PWM ac voltage controller

Fig. 1.20

Chapter 1


Control characteristics of a generic pwm rectifier b generic pwm ac voltage controller
Control characteristics of (a) generic PWM rectifier, (b) generic PWM ac voltage controller

Fig. 1.21

Chapter 1


Harmonic spectra of output voltage in (a) generic PWM rectifier, (b) generic PWM ac voltage controller (N = 24)

Fig. 1.22

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic pwm inverter a m 1 b m 0 5
Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic PWM inverter (a) M = 1, (b) M = 0.5

Fig. 1.23

Chapter 1


Rl load circuit
RL load circuit inverter (a)

Fig. 1.24

Chapter 1


Fragments of output voltage and current waveforms in a generic pwm ac voltage controller
Fragments of output voltage and current waveforms in a generic PWM ac voltage controller

Fig. 1.25

Chapter 1


Single pulse diode rectifier
Single-pulse diode rectifier generic PWM ac voltage controller

Fig. 1.26

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the single pulse diode rectifier with an r load
Output voltage and current waveforms in the single-pulse diode rectifier with an R load

Fig. 1.27

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the single pulse diode rectifier with an rl load
Output voltage and current waveforms in the single-pulse diode rectifier with an RL load

Fig. 1.28

Chapter 1


Single pulse diode rectifier with a free wheeling diode
Single-pulse diode rectifier with a free-wheeling diode diode rectifier with an RL load

Fig. 1.29

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the single-pulse diode rectifier with a freewheeling diode and an RL load

Fig. 1.30

Chapter 1


Single pulse diode rectifier with an output capacitor
Single-pulse diode rectifier with an output capacitor diode rectifier with a freewheeling diode and an RL load

Fig. 1.31

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the single-pulse diode rectifier with an output capacitor and an RL load

Fig. 1.32

Chapter 1


Two pulse diode rectifier
Two-pulse diode rectifier diode rectifier with an output capacitor and an RL load

Fig. 1.33

Chapter 1


Output voltage waveform in the generic cycloconverter in example 1 1
Output voltage waveform in the generic diode rectifier with an output capacitor and an RL loadcycloconverter in Example 1.1

Fig. 1.34

Chapter 1


Timing diagram of switches in the generic cycloconverter in example 1 1
Timing diagram of switches in the generic diode rectifier with an output capacitor and an RL loadcycloconverter in Example 1.1

Fig. 1.35

Chapter 1


Voltage ripple factor versus firing angle in the generic rectifier in example 1 3
Voltage ripple factor versus firing angle in the generic rectifier in Example 1.3

Fig. 1.36

Chapter 1


Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic pwm rectifier in example 1 5
Output voltage and current waveforms in the generic PWM rectifier in Example 1.5

Fig. 1.37

Chapter 1


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