Power Electronics in Energy Conversion Systems

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2021-10-01
  • Publisher: McGraw Hill

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction
   1.1 Solid-State Switching Devices
   1.2 Basics of Photovoltaic Energy Systems
   1.3 Basics of Wind Energy Systems
   1.4 Basics of Motor-Drives
   1.5 Basics of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
   1.6 Problems
2 Fundamental Concepts in Electric Circuits
   2.1 Single-Phase Electric Circuits
   2.2 Solid-State Switching Circuits
   2.3 Three-Phase Circuits
   2.4 Instantaneous and Average Power
   2.5 Problems
3 Fundamental Concepts in Magnetic Circuits
   3.1 Ampere’s Law
   3.2 Magnetic Material Permeability
   3.3 Reluctance and Magnetic Circuit
   3.4 Faraday’s Law
   3.5 Self and Mutual Inductance
   3.6 Effect of Current on Inductance
   3.7 Magnetic Field Energy
   3.8 Loss in Magnetic Cores Due to AC Excitation
   3.9 Circuit Model of Nonideal Coils
   3.10 Transformers
   3.11 Problems
4 Principles of Electromechanical Systems
   4.1 Developed Force and Torque in Electromechanical Systems
   4.2 Three-Phase Rotating AC Machines
   4.3 Basics of Switched Reluctance Motors
   4.4 Problems
5 Steady-State Analysis of DC-DC Converters
   5.1 Basic Gate-Drive Circuit
   5.2 Buck Converter
   5.3 Boost Converter
   5.4 Buck-Boost Converter
   5.5 Single-Ended Primary Inductance Converter (SEPIC)
   5.6 Isolated Buck-Boost (Flyback) Converter
   5.7 Forward Converter
   5.8 Bidirectional Half- and Full-Bridge DC-DC Converters
   5.9 Problems
6 Dynamics of DC-DC Converters
   6.1 Dynamics of Buck Converter
   6.2 Dynamics of Boost Converter
   6.3 Dynamics of Buck-Boost Converter
   6.4 Dynamics of SEPIC
   6.5 Problems
7 Steady-State Analysis of Inverters
   7.1 Single-Phase Two-Level Voltage Source Inverter
   7.2 Three-Phase Two-Level Voltage Source Inverter
   7.3 Six-Step Switching Pattern
   7.4 Space-Vector Pulse-Width Modulation (SVPWM)
   7.5 Sinusoidal Pulse-Width Modulation (SPWM)
   7.6 Selective Harmonic Elimination Pulse-Width Modulation (SHE-PWM)
   7.7 Hysteresis Pulse-Width Modulation (HPWM)
   7.8 Multilevel Inverters
   7.9 Problems
8 Steady-State Analysis and Control of Rectifiers
   8.1 Single-Phase Diode Rectifier
   8.2 Single-Phase Two-Stage Boost PFC Rectifier
   8.3 Single-Phase PWM Rectifier
   8.4 Three-Phase Diode Rectifier
   8.5 Filters for Three-Phase Diode Rectifier
   8.6 Three-Phase PWM Rectifier
   8.7 Problems
9 Control and Dynamics of Grid-Interactive Inverters
   9.1 Steady-State Operation of Grid-Following Inverters
   9.2 Grid-Interactive Inverters and PQ Controller
   9.3 Grid-Interactive Inverters and Voltage Support
   9.4 Grid-Interactive Inverters and DC-Bus Voltage Regulation
   9.5 Stability of Grid-Interactive Inverters
   9.6 Phase Detection and Inverter Synchronization
   9.7 Grid-Interactive Inverters and Negative-Sequence and Harmonic Compensations
   9.8 Single-Phase Inverters in Solar Energy Conversion Systems
   9.9 Islanding Detection Feature for Grid-Interactive Inverters
   9.10 Grid-Forming and Paralleling Inverters
   9.11 Problems
10 Dynamics of AC Machines
   10.1 Dynamics of Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor
   10.2 Dynamics of Doubly-Fed Induction Generators
   10.3 Dynamics of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines
   10.4 Problems
11 Control of Inverters in Motor-Drive Systems
   11.1 Induction Motor Scalar Control
   11.2 Vector Control of AC Motors
   11.3 Vector Control of Induction Motors
   11.4 Vector Control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors
   11.5 Problems
12 Inverters and High-Frequency Transients
   12.1 Electromagnetic Interference and Standards
   12.2 Common-Mode Voltage in Three-Phase Inverters
   12.3 Electrostatic and Magnetic Couplings
   12.4 Reflected Waves in Motor-Drive Systems
   12.5 Problems
A Trigonometric Identities
B Laplace Transformation

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