Power Electronics Handbook – Muhammad H. Rashid – 2nd Edition


is an area of ​​rapid growth in terms of research and applications, uses modern technology to convert from one form to another, such as ac-dc, dc-dc, dc-ac and ac-ac with an output magnitude and .

It has many applications in our everyday life, such as air conditioners, electric cars, sub-way trains, frequency inverters, renewable energy sources and power supplies for computers. This book covers all aspects of devices, converter topologies, control techniques, analysis methods and some examples of their applications. Designed to appeal to a new generation of engineering professionals, Power Electronics Handbook has four new chapters covering renewable energy, power transmission, energy storage as well as an introduction to technology and cogeneration (DCG) , including gas , generator sets, microturbines, wind turbines, variable speed generators, photovoltaics and fuel cells, has been gaining momentum for quite some time.

With this book the reader should be able to provide the leadership in technical design in electronic power design projects assigned and direct the design of the concept to production which implies the scope and significant complexity. It contains 45 chapters covering all aspects of power electronics and their applications. It has three new chapters that now includes coverage of energy sources, energy storage and Transmission of Electrical Energy. It includes contributions from over fifty major experts spanning twelve different countries.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction Section 1. Power Electronics Devices
2. The Power Diode
3. Power Bipolar Transistors
4. The Power MOSFET
5. Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor
6. Thyristors
7. Gate Turn-off Thyristors
8. MOS Controlled Thyristors (MCTs)
9. Static Induction Devices

Section 2. Power Conversion
10. Diode Rectifiers
11. Single-Phase Controlled Rectifiers
12. Three-Phase Controlled Rectifiers
13. DC-DC Converters
14. DC/DC Conversion Technique and Twelve Series Luo-Converters
15. Inverters
16. Resonant and Soft-Switching Converters
17. Multilevel Power Converters
18. AC-AC Converters
19. Power Factor Correction Circuits
20. Gate Drive Circuitry for Power Converters

Section 3. General Applications
21. Power Electronics in Capacitor Charging Applications
22. Electronic Ballasts
23. Power Supplies
24. Uninterruptible Power Supplies
25. Automotive Applications of Power Electronics
26. Solid State Pulsed Power Electronics

Section 4. Power Generation and Distribution
27. Photovoltaic System Conversion
28. Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Sources
29. High-Frequency Inverters: From Photovoltaic, Wind, and Fuel-Cell-Based Renewable- and Alternative-Energy DER/DG Systems to Energy-Storage Applications
30. Wind Turbine Applications
31. HVDC Transmission
32. Flexible AC Transmission Systems

Section 5. Motor Drives
33. Drives Types and Specifications
34. Motor Drives
35. Novel AI-Based Soft Computing Applications in Motor Drives

Section 6. Control
36. Advanced Control of Switching Power Converters
37. Fuzzy Logic Applications in Electrical Drives and Power Electronics
38. Artificial Neural Network Applications in Power Electronics and Electrical Drives
39. DSP-Based Control of Variable Speed Drives

Section 7. Power Quality and EMI Issues
40. Power Quality
41. Active Filters
42. EMI Effects of Power Converters

Section 8. Simulation and Packaging
43. Computer Simulation of Power Electronics and Motor Drives
44. Packaging and Smart Power Systems

Section 9: Energy Sources, Storage and Transmission
45. Energy Sources
46. Energy Storage
47. Electric Power Transmission
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