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Editorial: IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, February 2015

IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2015

In this paper, a single-phase, single-stage current source inverter-based photovoltaic system for grid connection is proposed. The system utilizes transformer-less single-stage conversion for tracking the maximum power point and interfacing the photovoltaic array to the grid. The maximum power point is maintained with a fuzzy logic controller. A proportional-resonant controller is used to control the current injected into the grid. ...


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IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2005

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Exact Solution of ZVS Boundaries and AC Currents in Dual Active Bridge Type DC-DC Converters

IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, None

The letter presents an approach to develop an exact, unified model of zero voltage switching (ZVS) regions and AC current (peak and RMS) in dual active bridge (DAB) type DC-DC converters for all its operating modes and modulation strategies. It is executed for a single phase system, where the method is used to compute closed form expressions of AC current ...


A new SPICE model of power P-I-N diode based on asymptotic waveform evaluation

IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 1997

A new SPICE subcircuit model for power p-i-n diodes is proposed in this paper. The model is based on a moment-matching approximation of the ambipolar diffusion equation. It is shown that both the quasistatic model and the lumped charge model can be obtained as ion-order moment-matching approximations while new and more accurate models can be obtained from higher-order solutions. The ...


Family of Bridgeless Buck-Boost PFC Rectifiers

IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, 2015

Family of single-phase single-stage bridgeless power factor correctors based on tapped-inductor buck-boost converters is introduced. The converters' family has the merits of reduced component count and alleviated losses in the conduction path. The feasibility of the proposed topologies was verified by simulation and experimental results.


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  • Editorial: IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, February 2015

    In this paper, a single-phase, single-stage current source inverter-based photovoltaic system for grid connection is proposed. The system utilizes transformer-less single-stage conversion for tracking the maximum power point and interfacing the photovoltaic array to the grid. The maximum power point is maintained with a fuzzy logic controller. A proportional-resonant controller is used to control the current injected into the grid. To improve the power quality and system efficiency, a double-tuned parallel resonant circuit is proposed to attenuate the second- and fourth- order harmonics at the inverter dc side. A modified carrierbased modulation technique for the current source inverter is proposed to magnetize the dc-link inductor by shorting one of the bridge converter legs after every active switching cycle. Simulation and practical results validate and confirm the dynamic performance and power quality of the proposed system.

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  • Exact Solution of ZVS Boundaries and AC Currents in Dual Active Bridge Type DC-DC Converters

    The letter presents an approach to develop an exact, unified model of zero voltage switching (ZVS) regions and AC current (peak and RMS) in dual active bridge (DAB) type DC-DC converters for all its operating modes and modulation strategies. It is executed for a single phase system, where the method is used to compute closed form expressions of AC current at switching instants. Then, exact formulae of ZVS regions for all devices, and system peak and RMS currents are derived. Simulation and hardware results are reported to validate the proposed approach.

  • A new SPICE model of power P-I-N diode based on asymptotic waveform evaluation

    A new SPICE subcircuit model for power p-i-n diodes is proposed in this paper. The model is based on a moment-matching approximation of the ambipolar diffusion equation. It is shown that both the quasistatic model and the lumped charge model can be obtained as ion-order moment-matching approximations while new and more accurate models can be obtained from higher-order solutions. The proposed model takes into account emitter recombination in the highly doped end regions, conductivity modulation in the base and the moving-boundaries effect during reverse-recovery, showing good convergence properties and fast simulation times. Comparisons between the results of the SPICE model and both numerical device simulations and experimental results are presented.

  • Family of Bridgeless Buck-Boost PFC Rectifiers

    Family of single-phase single-stage bridgeless power factor correctors based on tapped-inductor buck-boost converters is introduced. The converters' family has the merits of reduced component count and alleviated losses in the conduction path. The feasibility of the proposed topologies was verified by simulation and experimental results.

  • Low-cost high-bandwidth current transducer for automotive applications

    Electric actuators in automotive systems may require a current transducer for control purposes. A low-cost non-invasive transducer design based around a current transformer (CT) is described in this letter. The problem of droop in the output signal is addressed by controlling the CT's secondary terminal voltage in response to the core flux change. This is detected using a tertiary flux-change sense winding. The circuit is suited for use in high-temperature automotive environments. The bandwidth of the circuit is high allowing it to be used in peak current mode or hysteresis control schemes. Operation when sensing a 100-A current pulse of 10-ms duration is demonstrated

  • An accurate approach of nonlinearity compensation for VSI inverter output voltage

    An accurate nonlinearity compensation technique for voltage source inverter (VSI) inverters is presented in this paper. Because of the nonlinearity introduced by the dead time, turn-on/off delay, snubber circuit and voltage drop across power devices, the output voltage of VSI inverters is distorted seriously in the low output voltage region. This distortion influences the output torque of IM motors for constant V/f drives. The nonlinearity of the inverter also causes 5th and 7th harmonic distortion in the line current when the distributed energy system operates in the grid-connected mode, i.e., when the distributed energy system is parallel to a large power system through the VSI inverter. Therefore, the exact compensation of this nonlinearity in the VSI inverter over the entire range of output voltage is desirable. In this paper, the nonlinearity of VSI inverter output voltage and the harmonic distortion in the line current are analyzed based on an open-loop system and a L-R load. By minimizing the harmonic component of the current in a d-axis and q-axis synchronous rotating reference frame, the exact compensation factor was obtained. Simulations and experimental results in the low frequency and low output voltage region are presented.

  • Transient thermal response of power semiconductors to short power pulses

    Thermal response curves used to calculate the peak junction temperature of power semiconductors are normally derived by experimental identification of the parameters of a known model. Unfortunately the model, developed many years ago, is inappropriate for large surges of short time duration, as they are encountered in present day power conditioning systems. An alternative model is derived, the limits of its accuracy are estimated, and a correction factor is described. A verification of the accuracy of the two methods is also presented. For pulse widths shorter than the thermal transit time, which is in the order of 300 mu s, the peak junction temperature can be more accurately calculated with an expression derived in the present work, which takes into consideration the active volume in which the heat is generated, than with the transient thermal response curve. A correction factor, a function of the width of the pulse, inserted in this equation, further improves its accuracy.<<ETX>>

  • Photonic Compensation of Temperature-Induced Drift of SiC-DMOSFET Switching Dynamics

    A potential mechanism for high-temperature integration of a recently developed GaAs-based optically triggered power transistor (OTPT) to a SiC DMOSFET for photonic control of power flow is outlined and experimentally demonstrated over a range of switching frequencies and duty cycles. It was found that the switching dynamics of the SiC DMOSFET varies with the case temperature due to a change in the conductance of the GaAs OTPT. This temperature-induced drift in the rise time of the SiC DMOSFET is compensated by a nonlinear variation in the intensity of the triggering signal of the OTPT.

  • A Novel Method for Selective Harmonic Elimination in Power Electronic Equipment

    The algorithms for adaptive canceling of selected harmonic components have been well developed in digital signal processing. In those applications, "filtering" is a primary objective. However, in power electronic applications control, with objectives like fast response of system on reference and disturbance change, is of primary importance. This paper provides a novel and a systematic design approach for applying signal processing methods (like modified adaptive selective harmonic elimination algorithms) as an addition to conventional control. Thus, both control objectives like fast transient response and efficient harmonic (disturbance) filtering are achieved. The filtering algorithm does not interfere and has minimal impact on the stability of the primary control loop. Its sole function is to eliminate undesirable higher harmonic components from selected variable (current or voltage) and it requires only knowledge of the frequency of the component to be eliminated. The methodology is applicable for a wide range of equipment like uninterrupted power systems, regenerative converters, active power filters, etc. The application of the proposed method in a regenerative voltage source converter for dead time compensation is used as an example for illustrating its effectiveness and design procedure



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