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Back to Top2014 IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition  APEC 2014
APEC focuses on the practical and applied aspects of the power electronics business. The conference addresses issues of immediate and long term inportance to the participating power electronics engineer.
IECON 2014  40th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society
Applications of power electronics, artificial intelligence, robotics, and nanotechnology in electrification of automotive, military, biomedical, and utility industries.
INTELEC 2014  2014 IEEE International Telecommunications Energy Conference
An international conference for users, designers, and manufacturers of communications energy systems for: Wireline and Wireless systems, Data/Internet systems, Video systems, SATCOM, CATV, VOIP, Unified Communications systems, WiFi, Data Centers, Energy Storage, Renewable Energy, and Smart Grid Systems.
2013 IEEE Grenoble PowerTech
PowerTech is the anchor conference of the IEEE Power & Energy Society in Europe. It is intended to provide a forum for electric power engineering scientists and engineers to share ideas, results of their scientific work, to learn from each other as well as to establish new friendships and maintain existing ones.
2010 12th International Power Electronics Congress (CIEP)
CIEP2010 is focused on original papers in all the areas of Power Electronics, including: Motor drives and motor control; simulation, modeling and analysis; DCDC converters; industrial electronics; electronic ballasts; control theory applied to power electronics; power semiconductors devices; power quality; fault diagnosis in power electronics and other related topics.
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Theory and applications of industrial electronics and control instrumentation science and engineering, including microprocessor control systems, highpower controls, process control, programmable controllers, numerical and program control systems, flow meters, and identification systems.
Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on
Plasma science and engineering, including: magnetofluid dynamics and thermionics; plasma dynamics; gaseous electronics and arc technology; controlled thermonuclear fusion; electron, ion, and plasma sources; space plasmas; highcurrent relativistic electron beams; laserplasma interactions; diagnostics; plasma chemistry and colloidal and solidstate plasmas.
Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on
Research, development, design, application, construction, the installation and operation of apparatus, equipment, structures, materials, and systems for the safe, reliable, and economic delivery and control of electric energy for general industrial, commercial, public, and domestic consumption.
Power Electronics, IEEE Transactions on
Fundamental technologies used in the control and conversion of electric power. Topics include dcto dc converter design, direct offline switching power supplies, inverters, controlled rectifiers, control techniques, modeling, analysis and simulation techniques, the application of power circuit components (power semiconductors, magnetics, capacitors), and thermal performance of electronic power systems.
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Back to TopEvolutionary approach for line current harmonic reduction in AC/DC converters
K. Sundareswaran; M. Chandra IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2002
This letter explains the application of genetic algorithms (GAs) for line current harmonic reduction in a bucktype converter. Harmonic reduction/elimination is redrafted as an optimization problem and steps of the GA are applied. Compared to conventional optimization techniques, the steps of the GA are very simple and global optimum is guaranteed in most cases. Theoretical and experimental results are provided ...
Analytic solutions of limit cycles in a feedbackregulated converter system with hysteresis
I. Babaa; T. Wilson; Yuan Yu IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 1968
A mathematical model is derived for the voltage stepdown dctodc converter in which a hysteretic bistable trigger circuit is used to regulate the output voltage. Normalized secondorder differential equations are derived for the outputvoltage error, or outputvoltage ripple, measured with respect to a constant reference. The method of successor functions is applied to the piecewise analytic phase plane trajectory for ...
Yam P. Siwakoti; Frede Blaabjerg; Veda Prakash Galigekere; Agasthya Ayachit; Marian K. Kazimierczuk IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2016
A novel Asource impedance network is proposed in this letter. The Asource impedance network uses an autotransformer for realizing converters for any application that demand a very high dc voltage gain. The network utilizes a minimal turns ratio compared to other magnetically coupled impedance source networks to attain a high voltage gain. In addition, the proposed converter draws a continuous ...
ClosedForm Critical Conditions of Instabilities for Constant OnTime Controlled Buck Converters
ChungChieh Fang IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, 2012
A general instability critical condition in terms of the loop gain is derived for the constant ontime controlled buck converter. The instability is associated with a discretetime pole at 1. Given an arbitrary control scheme, a systematic procedure is proposed to derive the critical condition, which also shows the required ramp slope to stabilize the converter. Different control schemes are ...
A useful nonlinear design model for the magnetic frequency tripler
P. Biringer; J. Lavers IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1975
A model of the magnetic frequency triplet is described that yields useful design information at a reasonable cost. The model is based on the analysis of an ideal lossless triplet. Simple modifications are introduced to account for the effects of direct and quadrature axis losses. Similarly, a method of including a line filter network is described.
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Evolutionary approach for line current harmonic reduction in AC/DC converters
K. Sundareswaran; M. Chandra IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2002
This letter explains the application of genetic algorithms (GAs) for line current harmonic reduction in a bucktype converter. Harmonic reduction/elimination is redrafted as an optimization problem and steps of the GA are applied. Compared to conventional optimization techniques, the steps of the GA are very simple and global optimum is guaranteed in most cases. Theoretical and experimental results are provided ...
Analytic solutions of limit cycles in a feedbackregulated converter system with hysteresis
I. Babaa; T. Wilson; Yuan Yu IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 1968
A mathematical model is derived for the voltage stepdown dctodc converter in which a hysteretic bistable trigger circuit is used to regulate the output voltage. Normalized secondorder differential equations are derived for the outputvoltage error, or outputvoltage ripple, measured with respect to a constant reference. The method of successor functions is applied to the piecewise analytic phase plane trajectory for ...
Yam P. Siwakoti; Frede Blaabjerg; Veda Prakash Galigekere; Agasthya Ayachit; Marian K. Kazimierczuk IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2016
A novel Asource impedance network is proposed in this letter. The Asource impedance network uses an autotransformer for realizing converters for any application that demand a very high dc voltage gain. The network utilizes a minimal turns ratio compared to other magnetically coupled impedance source networks to attain a high voltage gain. In addition, the proposed converter draws a continuous ...
ClosedForm Critical Conditions of Instabilities for Constant OnTime Controlled Buck Converters
ChungChieh Fang IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers, 2012
A general instability critical condition in terms of the loop gain is derived for the constant ontime controlled buck converter. The instability is associated with a discretetime pole at 1. Given an arbitrary control scheme, a systematic procedure is proposed to derive the critical condition, which also shows the required ramp slope to stabilize the converter. Different control schemes are ...
A useful nonlinear design model for the magnetic frequency tripler
P. Biringer; J. Lavers IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1975
A model of the magnetic frequency triplet is described that yields useful design information at a reasonable cost. The model is based on the analysis of an ideal lossless triplet. Simple modifications are introduced to account for the effects of direct and quadrature axis losses. Similarly, a method of including a line filter network is described.
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In this chapter, interface dcdc converters for ultracapacitor energy storage applications are discussed. The background of dcdc power conversion is given and different converter concepts and topologies are briefly compared. Topology selection process and guideline are given. The theoretical background of two cell interleaved dcdc converters is given. The operating principle is described in detail. The analysis is then extended to a general Ncell interleaved dcdc interface converter. The converter's main parameters, such as the output current ripple and the dc bus current ripple, are analyzed and the solution is given as closed form equations. To give practical value to this chapter, the converter design procedure is discussed in great detail. The design and selection of passive components, such as the output filter inductor and coupling transformer (ICT), the dc bus capacitor and output filter capacitor, are described step by step. The selection process of power semiconductors is also addressed step by step. At the end of the chapter, thermal management of power converters is discussed in general. The origin of the conversion losses and the loss mechanisms in power semiconductors, transformers, inductors, and capacitors is fully addressed. With the theoretical analysis, practical examples, and exercises presented, this chapter gives a clear overview of how to select and design an interface dcdc converter for ultracapacitor energy storage applications.

Current Mode Control  Functional Basics and Classical Analysis
This chapter contains sections titled: Current Mode Control Basics Classical Analysis and Control Design Procedures ClosedLoop Performance of Peak Current Mode Control Current Mode Control for Boost and Buck/Boost Converters Summary

DctoDc Power Converter Circuits
This chapter contains sections titled: Boost Converter Buck/Boost Converter Structure and Voltage Gain of Three Basic Converters Flyback Converter: TransformerIsolated Buck/Boost Converter BridgeType BuckDerived Isolated DctoDc Converters Forward Converters Summary

Current Mode Control  Sampling Effects and New Control Design Procedures
This chapter contains sections titled: Sampling Effects of Current Mode Control Expressions for sDomain Model for Current Mode Control New Control Design Procedures for Current Mode Control OffLine Flyback Converter with OptocouplerIsolated Current Mode Control Summary

ClosedLoop Performance and Feedback Compensation
This chapter contains sections titled: Asymptotic Analysis Method FrequencyDomain Performance Voltage Feedback Compensation and Loop Gain Compensation Design and ClosedLoop Performance Summary

Modeling PWM DctoDc Converters
This chapter contains sections titled: Overview of PWM Converter Modeling Averaging Power Stage Dynamics Linearizing Averaged Power Stage Dynamics Frequency Response of Converter Power Stage SmallSignal Gain of PWM Block SmallSignal Model for PWM DctoDc Converters Summary

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Practical Considerations in Modeling, Analysis, and Design of PWM Converters
This chapter contains sections titled: Generalization of PWM Converter Model Design and Analysis of DctoDc Converters with Practical Source System Consideration for NonResistive Load Summary

This chapter contains sections titled: Ideal StepDown DctoDc Power Conversion Buck Converter: StepDown DctoDc Converter Buck Converter in StartUp Transient Buck Converter in Steady State Buck Converter in Discontinuous Conduction Mode ClosedLoop Control of Buck Converter Summary

Dynamic Performance of PWM DctoDc Converters
This chapter contains sections titled: Stability FrequencyDomain Performance Criteria TimeDomain Performance Criteria Stability of DctoDc Converters Nyquist Criterion Relative Stability: Gain Margin and Phase Margin Summary
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