Papers by Keyword: Inverter

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Authors: M. Domeij, A. Konstantinov, B. Buono, M. Bast, R. Eisele, L. Wang, A. Magnusson
Abstract: Epoxy moulded power modules with a small footprint of 40 mm x 55 mm were fabricated with two switches, each consisting of six parallel 1200 V 50 A rated BJTs and Schottky diodes. The SiC-based power modules have very low on-resistance of 3.3 mΩ and a current gain of 80, both at room temperature. An inverter with specially designed drive circuits was constructed using the power modules and an efficiency of 98.5 % was shown for an output power of 12 kW.
Authors: K.C. Sampayan
Abstract: A transconductance-like behavior similar to that of junction semiconductor devices is observed in photonically excited wide bandgap (WBG) semi-insulating material without a junction. This property offers the possibility of power electronic devices capable of virtually unlimited voltage and current carrying capability due to intrinsic electrical isolation of the controlling voltage from the switched high voltage. A proof of concept experiment demonstrated the transconductance-like property in burst mode switching to >16 kV, 50% duty cycle, and 75 kHz. Our eventual goal is to combine the light source, optics and the WBG material to form a compact module that is functionally equivalent to junction power electronic devices. In this paper, we present the background, our generalized approach for implementing photoconductive switching for potential applications to high repetition rate (>50 kHz), high voltage (>15 kV) power switching, our associated material measurements, and our path forward to multi-10s of ampere devices.
Authors: Yu Zhu Li, Leonid Fursin, J. Wu, Petre Alexandrov, Jian Hui Zhao
Authors: Quan Li Han, Xi Wang
Abstract: This paper introduces the SVPWM mechanism firstly and the software and hardware scheme of current loop in servo motor is designed; it also contains the control strategy and the current sampling principle. The dead time compensation problem in the inverter of the motor drive is discussed deeply. In the end, the software realization method of the interruption of current loop is presented in details.
Authors: Chao Mi, Hai Wei Liu, Ning Zhao, Yang Shen
Abstract: This paper represents a fast approach for reduction of torque ripple on brushless DC (BLDC) motor. From a classic motor model, a mathematics component of torque ripple is extracted. To reduce the ripple component, a small modification of PWM and an open-loop control algorithm are made in the inverter of BLDC motor. At last, our paper describes and analyzes the simulation results of this approach by using PSIM. Without any sensors or advanced controllers, this approach can work in most BLDC motor drivers just after software update.
Authors: Lin Yang, Gen Wang Liu
Abstract: In order to improve the dynamic performance of inverter and the output voltage waveform quality, the double-loop control combination with internal current loop and external voltage loop is introduced. The inner loop is used for improving the dynamic performance of the system and rapidly eliminating the effects of load disturbance; the outer loop is used for improving static performance of the system. In the end, MATLAB / Simulink is carried out to build the system model and prove the feasibility of the dual closed-loop control structure in this paper.
Authors: Lan Ma, Hong Bing Xu, Jian Xiao Zou, Meng Shu Li, Tao Han
Abstract: With more and more distributed renewable energy connecting to the power system, inverters are widely used as the power electronic interface. However, high-order filters will inevitably bring in problems of resonance. Additionally, long-distance transmission and quantities of inverters increase the grid impedance obviously. Wide variation of grid impedance will not only impact on the resonance of filters, but also challenge stability of inverters system. This paper investigates how resonance and stability of grid-tied inverter with LCL-filter will be affected by the grid impedance. And a hybrid damping method based on RC parallel damper and biquad digital filter is proposed, this method presents relatively low power losses, requires no extra sensors and control loops with its simple damping strategy design. Moreover, it apparently improves system stability and waveform quality of grid-side current when grid impedance varies in a comparatively large range. Both validity and feasibility of this algorithm are verified via simulations.
Authors: Wen Gui Pan, Lei Zhang, Yao Pu Zou, Chao Wang, Chang Pei Han
Abstract: As for a vector control of a permanent magnet synchronous motor, this paper analyzed the influence of dead-time effect of three-phase bridge inverters on output voltage and current in details. A novel on-line method was proposed for dead-time effect compensation based on disturbance observer. At last, the method is simulated using MATLAB and the simulation results proves the effectiveness and feasibility of the method presented.
Authors: Jia Quan Lin, Xu Yu Cheng, Xin Mu
Abstract: The SVPWM technique plays an important role in the DC-AC transform. The modeling and simulation for SVPWM were proposed in this paper. The sector calculating model and basic vector working time model were set up. The effective vector function of time was set up. The triangle wave symmetry modulation was established too. The simulation results show that the model proposed in this paper is effective and has application value.
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