EMC Modeling of AC Drive Chris Valenta. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology & Missouri University of Science & Technology Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering. MS&T Matt Halligan Igor Izyumin Clint Patton Jason Phillips Dr. Jim Drewniak. RHIT Daniel Baker Gareth Shields
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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Missouri University of Science & Technology
Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Dr. Jim Drewniak
Dr. Ed Wheeler
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) in AC motor drive
Fast switching currents in insulated gate bi-polar transistor (IGBT) module
PCB coupling paths to the cables and motor
Causes device failure
Meet government limits
Costly to diagnose late in design cycle
Create a circuit model (SPICE) of the EMI coupling paths in the drive including:
the IGBT package (L and C)
the cables and motor measurements and modeling
Shielded & unshielded cable
Document and demonstrate the processes involved for EMC design
Demonstrate mitigation opportunities for EMC design and discovery
C = 39.4 pF
IGBT Partial Inductance
Mohan, Undeland, and Robbins, Power Electronics: Converters, Applications and Design, New York: Wiley, 1989.
Pak, T.T., “EMI Investigation of a Hybrid Electric Vehicle Traction Drive.” Masters Thesis, University of Missouri-Rolla, 2000.
Schinkel, M., Guttowski, S., and John, W., “Efficient HF Modeling and Model Parameterization of Induction Machines for Time and Frequency Domain Simulations,” Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, 2006. APEC ‘06. Twenty-First Annual IEEE, pp. 6, Mar. 2006.
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