Applications oriented, it contains all the pertinent and comprehensive information necessary to meet the growing demands placed upon solid-state power conversion equipment. These demands include improved reliability, increased efficiency, higher packing density, improved performance plus meeting safety and EMC regulations. Features a thorough assessment of basic electrical and magnetic aspects of power conversion as well as thermal, protection, radiation and reliability considerations. Stresses semiconductor and magnetic components and gives an analysis of diverse topologies.appropriate control circuitry, may be used for three-phase output, where each phase is independently regulated for ... 6.5 INVERTERS WITH FERRORESONANT TRANSFORMERS A ferroresonant or constant-voltage transformer is ... 6.26A. The control and logic are quite simple since Qt and Q2 are driven by square waves from an oscillator, flip-flop, and drive stage. ... Typical outputs are 220/380 V at 50 Hz, 120/208 V at 60 Hz, and 115/200 V at 400 Hz. High-power outputs may alsoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Solid-State Power Conversion Handbook|
|Author||:||Ralph E. Tarter|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1993-04-26|