Digital Control in Power Electronics presents students of electrical engineering a basic introduction to typical power converter control problems, their digital solutions, and the most widespread digital control techniques. Although the presentation has been limited to a single converter topology (the half bridge voltage source inverter), the control topics represent a significant spectrum of the more frequently encountered digital control applications in power electronics. Authors Paolo Mattavelli and Simone Buso introduce the reader to basic control problems in power electronic circuits in order to illustrate widely applied digital solutions to these problems. They also aim to raise students' awareness of discrete time control theory, stimulating new developments in its application to power converters.... can be considered the standard PWM organization, available with off the shelf microcontrollers and DSPs, and calls for other solutions, e.g., the use of hardware programmable digital control circuits, like those based on field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). ... The resistor RS may represent the lossy elements of the load and of the inverter inductor. What we are discussing can be thought as the typical ac motor drive application, where a sinusoidal current of suitable amplitudeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Digital Control in Power Electronics|
|Author||:||Simone Buso, Paolo Mattavelli|
|Publisher||:||Morgan & Claypool Publishers - 2006-01-01|