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Power Electronic Converters

Interactive Modelling Using Simulink, 1st Edition

By Narayanaswamy P R Iyer

CRC Press

340 pages

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Description

Provides a step-by-step method for the development of a virtual interactive power electronics laboratory. The book is suitable for undergraduates and graduates for their laboratory course and projects in power electronics. It is equally suitable for professional engineers in the power electronics industry. The reader will learn to develop interactive virtual power electronics laboratory and perform simulations of their own, as well as any given power electronic converter design using SIMULINK with advanced system model and circuit component level model.

Features

  • Examples and Case Studies included throughout.
  • Introductory simulation of power electronic converters is performed using either PSIM or MICROCAP Software.
  • Covers interactive system model developed for three phase Diode Clamped Three Level Inverter, Flying Capacitor Three Level Inverter, Five Level Cascaded H-Bridge Inverter, Multicarrier Sine Phase Shift PWM and Multicarrier Sine Level Shift PWM.
  • System models of power electronic converters are verified for performance using interactive circuit component level models developed using Simscape-Electrical, Power Systems and Specialized Technology block set.
  • Presents software in the loop or Processor in the loop simulation with a power electronic converter examples.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 Background

1.2 Why Use Simulink?

1.3 Significance of Modelling

1.4 Book Novelty

1.5 Book outline

Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Interactive Modelling

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Interactive Modelling Concept

2.3 Interactive Modelling Procedure

2.4 Simulation Results

2.5 Discussion of Results

2.6 Conclusions

Chapter 3 Interactive Models for AC to DC Converters

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Single Phase Full Wave Diode Bridge Rectifier

3.3 Single Phase Full Wave SCR Bridge Rectifier

3.4 Three Phase Full Wave Diode Bridge Rectifier

3.5 Conclusions

Chapter 4 Interactive Models for DC to AC Converters

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Three Phase 180 Degree Mode Inverter

4.3 Three Phase 120 Degree Mode Inverter

4.4 Three Phase Sine PWM Technique

4.5 Conclusions

Chapter 5 Interactive Models for DC to DC Converters

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Buck Converter Analysis in Continuous Conduction Mode

5.3 Buck Converter Analysis in the Discontinuous Conduction Mode

5.4 Model of Buck Converter in CCM and DCM

5.5 Boost Converter Analysis in the Continuous Conduction Mode

5.6 Boost Converter Analysis in the Discontinuous Conduction Mode

5.7 Model of Boost Converter in CCM and DCM

5.8 Buck-Boost Converter Analysis in the Continuous Conduction Mode

5.9 Buck-Boost Converter Analysis in the Discontinuous Conduction Mode

5.10 Model of Buck-Boost Converter in CCM and DCM

5.11 Conclusions

Chapter 6 Interactive Models for AC to AC Converters

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Analysis of A Fully Controlled Three Phase Three Wire AC Controller with Star Connected Resistive Load and Isolated Neutral

6.3 Analysis of A Fully Controlled Three Phase AC Voltage Controller in Series with Resistive Load Connected in Delta

6.4 Conclusions

Chapter 7 Interactive Modelling of a Switched Mode Power Supply Using Buck Converter

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Principle of Operation of Switched Mode Power Supply

7.3 Modelling of the Switched Mode Power Supply

7.4 Conclusions

Chapter 8 Interactive Models for Fourth Order DC to DC Converters

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Analysis of SEPIC Converter in the CCM

8.3 Analysis of SEPIC Converter in the DCM

8.4 Model of SEPIC Converter in CCM and DCM

8.5 Analysis of Quadratic Boost Converter in the CCM

8.6 Analysis of Quadratic Boost Converter in the DCM

8.7 Model of Quadratic Boost Converter in CCM and DCM

8.8 Analysis of Ultra-lift Luo Converter in the CCM

8.9 Analysis of Ultra-lift Luo Converter in the DCM

8.10 Model of Ultra-lift Luo Converter in CCM and DCM

8.11 Conclusions

Chapter 9 Interactive Models for Three Phase Multilevel Inverters

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Three Phase Diode Clamped Three Level Inverter

9.3 Three Phase Flying Capacitor Three Level Inverter

9.4 Three Phase Cascaded H-Bridge Inverter

9.5 R.M.S. Value and Harmonic Analysis of the Line to Line Voltage of Three Phase DCTLI and FCTLI

9.6 RMS Value and THD of Phase to Ground Voltage of TPFLCHB Inverter

9.7 Pulse Width Modulation Methods for Multilevel Converters

9.8 Conclusions

Chapter 10 Interactive Model Verification

10.1 Introduction

10.2 AC to DC Converters

10.3 DC to AC Converters

10.4 DC to DC Converter

10.5 AC to AC Converter

10.6 Switched Mode Power Supply Using Buck Converter

10.7 Fourth Order DC to DC Converters

10.8 Three Phase Three Level Inverters

10.9 Three Phase Sine PWM Inverter

10.10 Three Phase Five Level Cascaded H-Bridge Inverter

10.11 Pulse Width Modulation Methods for Multilevel Converters

10.12 Conclusions

Chapter 11 Interactive Model for and Real Time Simulation of a Single Phase Half H-Bridge Sine PWM Inverter

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Interactive Model of Single Phase Half H-Bridge Sine PWM Inverter

11.3 Real Time Software in the Loop Simulation

11.4 Conclusions

About the Author

Narayanaswamy P R Iyer received his M.E. degree and Ph.D. degree, both in the area of Power Electronics and Drives, from the University of Technology Sydney, NSW and Curtin University of Technology, Perth, WA, Australia respectively. He received his B.Sc.(Engg)(Electrical) and M.Sc.(Engg)(Power Systems) degrees from University of Kerala and University of Madras, respectively. He worked as a part-time faculty with the department of Electrical Engineering, UNSW, Kensington, NSW and UTS, NSW. Earlier, he had worked as a full time faculty in the Department of Electrical Engineering, GEC, Trichur, Kerala, VEC, Vellore and RREC, Chennai. He was a research fellow in the Faculty of Engineering, PEMC group, the University of Nottingham, England from July 2012 to March 2014. Presently, he is an Electrical and Electronics Consultant managing his own consultancy organization. He has more than two decades of experience in the modelling of electrical and electronic circuits, power electronic converters and electric drives using various software packages like MATLAB/SIMULINK, PSIM, PSCAD, PSPICE, MICROCAP etc., and has published several papers in this area in leading conferences and journals. He has several discoveries to his credit, such as "Three Phase Clipped Sinusoid PWM Inverter", "Single Programmable and Dual Programmable Rectifier Using Three Phase Matrix Converter Topology", and a patent/IP on "A Combined PWM Sine Wave AC to AC and AC to DC Converter."

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC008000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electronics / General