Power Electronics, Drives, and Advanced Applications

; Ranjan Kumar Behera ; Dheeraj Joshi ; Ramesh Bansal

Concern for reliable power supply and energy-efficient system design has led to usage of power electronics-based systems, including efficient electric power conversion and power semiconductor devices. This book provides integration of complete fundamental theory, design, simulation and application of power electronics, and drives covering up-to-date subject components. Les mer
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Om boka

Concern for reliable power supply and energy-efficient system design has led to usage of power electronics-based systems, including efficient electric power conversion and power semiconductor devices. This book provides integration of complete fundamental theory, design, simulation and application of power electronics, and drives covering up-to-date subject components. It contains twenty-one chapters arranged in four sections on power semiconductor devices, basic power electronic converters, advanced power electronics converters, power supplies, electrical drives and advanced applications. Aimed at senior undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering and power electronics including related professionals, this book





* Includes electrical drives such as DC motor, AC motor, special motor, high performance motor drives, solar, electrical/hybrid vehicle and fuel cell drives


* Reviews advances in renewable energy technologies (wind, PV, hybrid power systems) and their integration


* Explores topics like distributed generation, microgrid, and wireless power transfer system


* Includes simulation examples using MATLAB (R)/Simulink and over four hundred solved, unsolved and review problems

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Section I Power Semiconductor Devices


Chapter 1 Overview of Power Electronics


Chapter 2 Power Semiconductor Devices


Chapter 3 Silicon-Controlled Rectifier


Section II Power Electronic Converters


Chapter 4 Phase-Controlled Rectifiers


Chapter 5 Semiconverters


Chapter 6 Chopper


Chapter 7 DC-to-AC Converter: Inverter


Chapter 8 AC Voltage Controllers


Chapter 9 Cycloconverter


Chapter 10 Switched-Mode Power Supplies


Chapter 11 Multipulse Converter


Section III Electrical Drives


Chapter 12 Introduction of Electrical Drives


Chapter 13 Control of DC Motor Drives


Chapter 14 Control of Induction Motor Drives


Chapter 15 FPGA-Based Fuzzy-Logic Control of DTC for


Matrix-Converter-Fed Induction-Motor Drives


Chapter 16 Control of Synchronous and Special Motor Drives


Section IV Advanced Power Electronics


Applications


Chapter 17 Electric/Hybrid Electric Vehicles


Chapter 18 Power Electronics Applications in Power Systems


Chapter 19 Power Electronics Application in Renewable Energy


(Wind and PV) System Integration


Chapter 20 Distributed Generation and Microgrids


Chapter 21 Wireless Power Transfer

Om forfatteren

Vinod Kumar is faculty in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Maharana Pratap University of Ag. & Technology, Udaipur, India. His current research interests include power electronics, power quality, and wind power generation. He is an Associate Editor of reputed journal IET-Renewable Power Generation. He is a Fellow Institution of Engineers (India).


Ranjan Kumar Behera is a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering at IIT Patna, where he became 'Head of the Department' in Jan. 2016. His current research interests include power electronic, electric motor drives, and nonlinear control applications.


Dheeraj Joshi is presently working as Professor in department of Electrical Engineering, Delhi Technological University, New Delhi, India. His present research interests are renewable power generation, power electronics and application of AI techniques.


Ramesh Bansal is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Sharjah.
His diversified research interests are in the areas of Renewable Energy (Wind, PV, DG, Micro Grid) and Smart Grid. Professor Bansal is an editor of several highly regarded journals, IET-RPG and IEEE Systems Journals, Electric Power Components and Systems, and Technology and Economics of Smart Grids and Sustainable Energy.