Recent advances in power semiconductor devices (e.g., ultra-fast recovery, silicon carbide, gallium-nitride), soft magnetic materials (e.g., amorphous/nanocrystalline) and controllers have led to the development of new high power density efficient power converters for emerging applications e.g. renewable energy, transportation, smart power grid, smart buildings, modern industries, and so forth. However, the design process of the application specific advanced technology-based power converters involves multiphysics problems that entail complex tradeoffs among reliability, efficiency, size and weight, and cost. Therefore, extensive multiphysics work in the field of new power electronic converter topologies, switching and control, EMI/EMC and signal integrity, protection and condition monitoring, and design and optimization of magnetic components has attracted significant interest recently to develop the next-generation power converters. This series will serve to collect recent advancements in energy conversion with advanced power converters with the emphasis on the new design, optimization, switching, and control methods and new protection and condition monitoring techniques. Prof. Md. Rabiul Islam can be contacted at [email protected]
By Wei Xu, Moustafa Magdi Ismail, Md. Rabiul Islam
July 24, 2023
Permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSMs) have been used in the field of electric vehicles due to their high-power density, large torque to inertia ratio, and high reliability. This book presents an improved Field-oriented control (FOC) strategy, for optimal proportional-integral (PI) parameters ...