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Modern power electronics and AC drives /
Bimal Bose.
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Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall PTR, c2002.
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xxi, 711 p. : ill.
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0130167436 (alk. paper)
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Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall PTR, c2002.
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0130167436 (alk. paper)
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4605713
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction or Preface
Preface It is with pride, excitement and a lot of expectations, I am presenting this book to the professional community of the world. As you know, power electronics and motor drives constitute a complex and interdisciplinary subject which have gone through spectacular evolution in the last three decades. Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) techniques are extending the frontier of this technology. It is without any doubt that the power electronics will play a dominant role in the 21st century in industrial, commercial, residential, aerospace, utility and military applications with the emphasis for energy saving and solving environmental pollution problems. I have been in the power electronics area for more than forty years (since the technology was born) through my career pursuits in academia and industry, and have followed the technology evolution very aggressively. In the past, I contributed a number of books (authored and edited) in power electronics area of which Power Electronics and AC Drives (Prentice Hall-1986) is most important. It was taken as an advanced text in many universities in the world. This new book can be considered as significant updating and expansion of the previous book where I have tried to embed practically whatever knowledge I have in power electronics and ac drives. It contains the subject from A-to-Z, i.e., power semiconductor devices, electrical machines, different classes of converters, induction and synchronous motor drives with control and estimation, and AI techniques (expert system, fuzzy logic and neural networks). In essence, I have tried to incorporate practically all the aspects of state-of-the-art technology of power electronics and motor drives in the book. The content of the book is essentially based on my lecture notes of one senior course and three graduate courses, which I have developed and taught in the University of Tennessee during the last fourteen years. It will be my deep satisfaction if I can see that the book is being considered as a text in more universities than the previous one. The universities, which are already following my previous book, can now safely accept this new book. The content of the book can be summarized as follows: Chapter 1 contains description of different types of power semiconductor devices including the recent IGCT, where IGBT device has been emphasized. Chapter 2 describes induction and synchronous machine theories in somewhat detail from the viewpoint of variable frequency drive applications, which include dynamic d-q machine models. Complex space vectors have been introduced but avoided in much of the text because, in the author's opinion, they tend to frighten most of the students. Switched reluctance machine has been included for completeness. Chapters 3 and 4 discuss the classical phase-controlled thyristor converters and cycloconverters, respectively. For completeness, high frequency link converters are included in Chapter 4. Chapter 5 covers voltage-fed converters and PWM techniques where space vector PWM has been emphasized. More recent topics, such as soft-switching, power factor compensation, multi-level converters, static VAR compensators and active filters are included. Chapter 6 deals with current-fed converters that include PWM converters. Chapter 6 describes slip power recovery drives with wound-rotor induction motors, and mainly consist of Kramer and Scherbius drives. Chapter 8 covers control and estimation of cage type induction motor drives which includes discussion on speed sensorless control and drive self-commissioning. Induction motor drive is a dominant theme in the book. Chapter 9 describes control and estimation of synchronous machine drives that includes sensorless control and a brief description of switched reluctance motor drive. Chapter 10 gives a brief description of expert system and its applications. In the author's opinion, ES has a lot of potentiality but has been practically ignored b
Introduction or Preface
PrefaceIt is with pride, excitement and a lot of expectations, I am presenting this book to the professional community of the world. As you know, power electronics and motor drives constitute a complex and interdisciplinary subject which have gone through spectacular evolution in the last three decades. Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) techniques are extending the frontier of this technology. It is without any doubt that the power electronics will play a dominant role in the 21st century in industrial, commercial, residential, aerospace, utility and military applications with the emphasis for energy saving and solving environmental pollution problems.I have been in the power electronics area for more than forty years (since the technology was born) through my career pursuits in academia and industry, and have followed the technology evolution very aggressively. In the past, I contributed a number of books (authored and edited) in power electronics area of which Power Electronics and AC Drives (Prentice Hall-1986) is most important. It was taken as an advanced text in many universities in the world. This new book can be considered as significant updating and expansion of the previous book where I have tried to embed practically whatever knowledge I have in power electronics and ac drives. It contains the subject from A-to-Z, i.e., power semiconductor devices, electrical machines, different classes of converters, induction and synchronous motor drives with control and estimation, and AI techniques (expert system, fuzzy logic and neural networks). In essence, I have tried to incorporate practically all the aspects of state-of-the-art technology of power electronics and motor drives in the book. The content of the book is essentially based on my lecture notes of one senior course and three graduate courses, which I have developed and taught in the University of Tennessee during the last fourteen years. It will be my deep satisfaction if I can see that the book is being considered as a text in more universities than the previous one. The universities, which are already following my previous book, can now safely accept this new book.The content of the book can be summarized as follows: Chapter 1 contains description of different types of power semiconductor devices including the recent IGCT, where IGBT device has been emphasized. Chapter 2 describes induction and synchronous machine theories in somewhat detail from the viewpoint of variable frequency drive applications, which include dynamic d-q machine models. Complex space vectors have been introduced but avoided in much of the text because, in the author's opinion, they tend to frighten most of the students. Switched reluctance machine has been included for completeness. Chapters 3 and 4 discuss the classical phase-controlled thyristor converters and cycloconverters, respectively. For completeness, high frequency link converters are included in Chapter 4. Chapter 5 covers voltage-fed converters and PWM techniques where space vector PWM has been emphasized. More recent topics, such as soft-switching, power factor compensation, multi-level converters, static VAR compensators and active filters are included. Chapter 6 deals with current-fed converters that include PWM converters. Chapter 6 describes slip power recovery drives with wound-rotor induction motors, and mainly consist of Kramer and Scherbius drives. Chapter 8 covers control and estimation of cage type induction motor drives which includes discussion on speed sensorless control and drive self-commissioning. Induction motor drive is a dominant theme in the book. Chapter 9 describes control and estimation of synchronous machine drives that includes sensorless control and a brief description of switched reluctance motor drive. Chapter 10 gives a brief description of expert system and its applications. In the author's opinion, ES has a lot of potentiality but has been practically ignored b
Introduction or Preface
Preface It is with pride, excitement and a lot of expectations, I am presenting this book to the professional community of the world. As you know, power electronics and motor drives constitute a complex and interdisciplinary subject which have gone through spectacular evolution in the last three decades. Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) techniques are extending the frontier of this technology. It is without any doubt that the power electronics will play a dominant role in the 21st century in industrial, commercial, residential, aerospace, utility and military applications with the emphasis for energy saving and solving environmental pollution problems. I have been in the power electronics area for more than forty years (since the technology was born) through my career pursuits in academia and industry, and have followed the technology evolution very aggressively. In the past, I contributed a number of books (authored and edited) in power electronics area of which Power Electronics and AC Drives (Prentice Hall-1986) is most important. It was taken as an advanced text in many universities in the world. This new book can be considered as significant updating and expansion of the previous book where I have tried to embed practically whatever knowledge I have in power electronics and ac drives. It contains the subject from A-to-Z, i.e., power semiconductor devices, electrical machines, different classes of converters, induction and synchronous motor drives with control and estimation, and AI techniques (expert system, fuzzy logic and neural networks). In essence, I have tried to incorporate practically all the aspects of state-of-the-art technology of power electronics and motor drives in the book. The content of the book is essentially based on my lecture notes of one senior course and three graduate courses, which I have developed and taught in the University of Tennessee during the last fourteen years. It will be my deep satisfaction if I can see that the book is being considered as a text in more universities than the previous one. The universities, which are already following my previous book, can now safely accept this new book. The content of the book can be summarized as follows: Chapter 1 contains description of different types of power semiconductor devices including the recent IGCT, where IGBT device has been emphasized. Chapter 2 describes induction and synchronous machine theories in somewhat detail from the viewpoint of variable frequency drive applications, which include dynamic d-q machine models. Complex space vectors have been introduced but avoided in much of the text because, in the author''s opinion, they tend to frighten most of the students. Switched reluctance machine has been included for completeness. Chapters 3 and 4 discuss the classical phase-controlled thyristor converters and cycloconverters, respectively. For completeness, high frequency link converters are included in Chapter 4. Chapter 5 covers voltage-fed converters and PWM techniques where space vector PWM has been emphasized. More recent topics, such as soft-switching, power factor compensation, multi-level converters, static VAR compensators and active filters are included. Chapter 6 deals with current-fed converters that include PWM converters. Chapter 6 describes slip power recovery drives with wound-rotor induction motors, and mainly consist of Kramer and Scherbius drives. Chapter 8 covers control and estimation of cage type induction motor drives which includes discussion on speed sensorless control and drive self-commissioning. Induction motor drive is a dominant theme in the book. Chapter 9 describes control and estimation of synchronous machine drives that includes sensorless control and a brief description of switched reluctance motor drive. Chapter 10 gives a brief description of expert system and its applications. In the author''s opinion, ES has a lot of potentiality but has been practically ignored by the power electronics community. Chapter 11 deals with fuzzy logic and its applications, and finally, Chapter 12 gives description of neural network and its applications. In the author''s opinion, the ANN technology will have a large impact on power electronics area in future. A set of questions has been formulated for different chapters which will be forwarded to readers on request bbose@utk.edu.
First Chapter

Preface

It is with pride, excitement and a lot of expectations, I am presenting this book to the professional community of the world. As you know, power electronics and motor drives constitute a complex and interdisciplinary subject which have gone through spectacular evolution in the last three decades. Recently, artificial intelligence (AI) techniques are extending the frontier of this technology. It is without any doubt that the power electronics will play a dominant role in the 21st century in industrial, commercial, residential, aerospace, utility and military applications with the emphasis for energy saving and solving environmental pollution problems.

I have been in the power electronics area for more than forty years (since the technology was born) through my career pursuits in academia and industry, and have followed the technology evolution very aggressively. In the past, I contributed a number of books (authored and edited) in power electronics area of which Power Electronics and AC Drives (Prentice Hall-1986) is most important. It was taken as an advanced text in many universities in the world. This new book can be considered as significant updating and expansion of the previous book where I have tried to embed practically whatever knowledge I have in power electronics and ac drives. It contains the subject from A-to-Z, i.e., power semiconductor devices, electrical machines, different classes of converters, induction and synchronous motor drives with control and estimation, and AI techniques (expert system, fuzzy logic and neural networks). In essence, I have tried to incorporate practically all the aspects of state-of-the-art technology of power electronics and motor drives in the book. The content of the book is essentially based on my lecture notes of one senior course and three graduate courses, which I have developed and taught in the University of Tennessee during the last fourteen years. It will be my deep satisfaction if I can see that the book is being considered as a text in more universities than the previous one. The universities, which are already following my previous book, can now safely accept this new book.

The content of the book can be summarized as follows: Chapter 1 contains description of different types of power semiconductor devices including the recent IGCT, where IGBT device has been emphasized. Chapter 2 describes induction and synchronous machine theories in somewhat detail from the viewpoint of variable frequency drive applications, which include dynamic d-q machine models. Complex space vectors have been introduced but avoided in much of the text because, in the author's opinion, they tend to frighten most of the students. Switched reluctance machine has been included for completeness. Chapters 3 and 4 discuss the classical phase-controlled thyristor converters and cycloconverters, respectively. For completeness, high frequency link converters are included in Chapter 4. Chapter 5 covers voltage-fed converters and PWM techniques where space vector PWM has been emphasized. More recent topics, such as soft-switching, power factor compensation, multi-level converters, static VAR compensators and active filters are included. Chapter 6 deals with current-fed converters that include PWM converters. Chapter 6 describes slip power recovery drives with wound-rotor induction motors, and mainly consist of Kramer and Scherbius drives. Chapter 8 covers control and estimation of cage type induction motor drives which includes discussion on speed sensorless control and drive self-commissioning. Induction motor drive is a dominant theme in the book. Chapter 9 describes control and estimation of synchronous machine drives that includes sensorless control and a brief description of switched reluctance motor drive. Chapter 10 gives a brief description of expert system and its applications. In the author's opinion, ES has a lot of potentiality but has been practically ignored by the power electronics community. Chapter 11 deals with fuzzy logic and its applications, and finally, Chapter 12 gives description of neural network and its applications. In the author's opinion, the ANN technology will have a large impact on power electronics area in future. A set of questions has been formulated for different chapters which will be forwarded to readers on request bbose@utk.edu.

Summaries
Back Cover Copy
An advanced, authoritative, and practical guide for state-of-the-art power electronics and AC drive technology. A clear understanding of power electronics and AC drives is crucially important in a wide range of modern systems, from household appliances to automated factories--and it requires cross-disciplinary expertise that many engineers lack. Now, inModern Power Electronics and AC Drives, one of the world's leading experts covers every aspect of the topic, including crucial innovations such as artificial intelligence, advanced estimation, and sensorless control. This book is not only important as an advanced reference but also covers the material for one senior-level and two graduate-level courses. Dr. Bimal K. Bose discusses these key points and many more. Modern power semiconductor devices, converter circuits, and electrical machines High-performance control of induction and synchronous motor drives Energy saving control Estimation, identification, and sensorless control of drives Artificial intelligence techniques such as expert system, fuzzy logic, and neural network applied to power electronics and drives Use of MATLAB-based toolboxes in simulation and design Today's technology challenges--and tomorrow' Today's technology innovations make it possible to deliver higher performance, lower cost power electronics and drives for a wide range of industrial, commercial, military, utility, and residential applications. Furthermore, it can help more efficient use of electricity and thus contribute to environmental protection. If you're a practicing engineer,Modern Power Electronics and AC Drivescan help you achieve these results, regardless of your previous experience.
Back Cover Copy
An advanced, authoritative, and practical guide for state-of-the-art power electronics and AC drive technology. A clear understanding of power electronics and AC drives is crucially important in a wide range of modern systems, from household appliances to automated factories--and it requires cross-disciplinary expertise that many engineers lack. Now, in Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives , one of the world's leading experts covers every aspect of the topic, including crucial innovations such as artificial intelligence, advanced estimation, and sensorless control. This book is not only important as an advanced reference but also covers the material for one senior-level and two graduate-level courses. Dr. Bimal K. Bose discusses these key points and many more. Modern power semiconductor devices, converter circuits, and electrical machines High-performance control of induction and synchronous motor drives Energy saving control Estimation, identification, and sensorless control of drives Artificial intelligence techniques such as expert system, fuzzy logic, and neural network applied to power electronics and drives Use of MATLAB-based toolboxes in simulation and design Today's technology challenges--and tomorrow' Today's technology innovations make it possible to deliver higher performance, lower cost power electronics and drives for a wide range of industrial, commercial, military, utility, and residential applications. Furthermore, it can help more efficient use of electricity and thus contribute to environmental protection. If you're a practicing engineer, Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives can help you achieve these results, regardless of your previous experience.
Back Cover Copy
An advanced, authoritative, and practical guide for state-of-the-art power electronics and AC drive technology.A clear understanding of power electronics and AC drives is crucially important in a wide range of modern systems, from household appliances to automated factories--and it requires cross-disciplinary expertise that many engineers lack. Now, inModern Power Electronics and AC Drives, one of the world's leading experts covers every aspect of the topic, including crucial innovations such as artificial intelligence, advanced estimation, and sensorless control. This book is not only important as an advanced reference but also covers the material for one senior-level and two graduate-level courses. Dr. Bimal K. Bose discusses these key points and many more. Modern power semiconductor devices, converter circuits, and electrical machines High-performance control of induction and synchronous motor drives Energy saving control Estimation, identification, and sensorless control of drives Artificial intelligence techniques such as expert system, fuzzy logic, and neural network applied to power electronics and drives Use of MATLAB-based toolboxes in simulation and design Today's technology challenges--and tomorrow'Today's technology innovations make it possible to deliver higher performance, lower cost power electronics and drives for a wide range of industrial, commercial, military, utility, and residential applications. Furthermore, it can help more efficient use of electricity and thus contribute to environmental protection. If you're a practicing engineer,Modern Power Electronics and AC Drivescan help you achieve these results, regardless of your previous experience.
Long Description
For upper level undergraduate and graduate level courses in electrical engineering, as well as a reference book for professionals and researchers. This text presents the basics of electrical power conversion and control through the use of power semiconductor switches. In addition, by demonstrating the practical applications of power electronics and motion control using AC electrical machines in transportation and industry, among other uses, Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives reflects the latest advances in industrial automation.
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An advanced, authoritative, and practical guide for state-of-the-art power electronics and AC drive technology.A clear understanding of power electronics and AC drives is crucially important in a wide range of modern systems, from household appliances to automated factories--and it requires cross-disciplinary expertise that many engineers lack. Now, in "Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives," one of the world's leading experts covers every aspect of the topic, including crucial innovations such as artificial intelligence, advanced estimation, and sensorless control. This book is not only important as an advanced reference but also covers the material for one senior-level and two graduate-level courses. Dr. Bimal K. Bose discusses these key points and many more.Modern power semiconductor devices, converter circuits, and electrical machinesHigh-performance control of induction and synchronous motor drivesEnergy saving controlEstimation, identification, and sensorless control of drivesArtificial intelligence techniques such as expert system, fuzzy logic, and neural network applied to power electronics and drivesUse of MATLAB-based toolboxes in simulation and designToday's technology challenges--and tomorrow'Today's technology innovations make it possible to deliver higher performance, lower cost power electronics and drives for a wide range of industrial, commercial, military, utility, and residential applications. Furthermore, it can help more efficient use of electricity and thus contribute to environmental protection. If you're a practicing engineer, "Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives" can help youachieve these results, regardless of your previous experience.
Table of Contents
(NOTE:Each chapter begins with an Introduction and concludes with a Summary and References.)
Preface
List of Principal Symbols
Power Semiconductor Devices
Diodes
Thyristors
Triacs
Gate Turn-Off Thyristors (GTOs)
Bipolar Power or Junction Transistors (BPTs or BJTs)
Power MOSFETs
Static Induction Transistors (SITs)
Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs)
MOS-Controlled Thyristors (MCTs)
Integrated Gate-Commutated Thyristors (IGCTs)
Large Band-Gap Materials for Devices
Power Integrated Circuits (PICs)
AC Machines for Drives
Induction Machines
Synchronous Machines
Variable Reluctance Machine (VRM)
Diodes and Phase-Controlled Converters
Diode Rectifiers
Thyristor Converters
Converter Control
EMI and Line Power Quality Problems
Cycloconverters
Phase-Controlled Cycloconverters
Matrix Converters
High-Frequency Cycloconverters
Voltage-Fed Converters
Single-Phase Inverters
Three-Phase Bridge Inverters
Multi-Stepped Inverters
Pulse Width Modulation Techniques
Three-Level Inverters
Hard Switching Effects
Resonant Inverters
Soft-Switched Inverters
Dynamic and Regenerative Drive Braking
PWM Rectifiers
Static VAR Compensators and Active Harmonic Filters
Introduction to Simulation-Matlab/Simulink
Current-Fed Converters
General Operation of a Six-Step Thyristor Inverter
Load-Commutated Inverters
Force-Commutated Inverters
Harmonic Heating and Torque Pulsation
Multi-Stepped Inverters
Inverters with Self-Commutated Devices
Current-Fed vs Voltage-Fed Converters
Induction Motor Slip-Power Recovery Drives
Doubly-Fed Machine Speed Control by Rotor Rheostat
Static Kramer Drive
Static Scherius Drive
Control and Estimation of Induction Motor Drives
Induction Motor Control with Small Signal Model
Scalar Control
Vector or Field-Oriented Control
Sensorless Vector Control
Direct Torque and Flux Control (DTC)
Adaptive Control
Self-Commissioning of Drive
Control and Estimation of Synchronous Motor Drives
Sinusoidal SPM Machine Drives
Synchronous Reluctance Machine Drives
Sinusoidal IPM Machine Drives
Trapezoidal SPM Machine Drives
Wound-Field Synchronous Machine Drives
Sensorless Control
Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM) Drives
Expert System Principles and Applications
Expert System Principles
Expert System Shell
Design Methodology
Applications
Glossary
Fuzzy Logic Principles and Applications
Fuzzy Sets
Fuzzy System
Fuzzy Control
General Design Methodology
Applications
Fuzzy Logic Toolbox
Glossary
Neural Network Principles and Applications
The Structure of a Neuron
Artificial Neural Network
Other Networks
Neural Network in Identification and Control
General Design Methodology
Applications
Neuro-Fuzzy Systems
Demo Program with Neural Network Toolbox
Glossary
Index
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