Power electronics: advanced theory
MICHALÍK, J., BLAHNÍK, V., JÁRA, M., DRÁBEK, P. Power electronics: advanced theory. Pilsen : Škoda Electric, a.s.; University of West Bohemia. Faculty of electrotechnical engineering. Department of Electromechanics and Power Electronics, 2014, 163 s.
|Anglický název:||Power electronics: advanced theory|
|Název zdroje:||Škoda Electric, a.s.; University of West Bohemia. Faculty of electrotechnical engineering. Department of Electromechanics and Power Electronics|
|Autoři:||Ing. Jan Michalík Ph.D. , Ing. Vojtěch Blahník Ph.D. , Ing. Martin Jára , Doc. Ing. Pavel Drábek Ph.D. ,|
|Abstrakt EN:||In this block, the topic is focused on advanced theory in power electronics. The course expects at least basic knowledge of power electronics and drives theory. It starts with repetition and summarization of basic definitions, terms and knowledges. It is followed by dc pulse converters theory including design of input filter, topology and functionality of 1Q up to 4Q solution as well as multiple phase connections. Following topic is focused on PWM modulation including common PWM, harmonic components of phase voltage in voltage inverter, SVM, hysteresis, SHE and DTC modulation. Further topic includes high power converters such as NPC, FLC and CHB, high current inverters and input/output filters of voltage inverters. Next topic is focused on rectifiers and includes both common thyristor and diode rectifiers, multiphase connection of rectifiers and also active rectifiers, both current and voltage type. At the end of the class matrix converters and converters with soft commutation (resonant converters - ZVS, ZCS) are introduced.|