Power Electronics Design Handbook Low Power Components and Applications By Nihal Kularatna

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Power Electronics Design Handbook Low Power Components and Applications By Nihal Kularatna

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Contents

Foreword
PreFace
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Power Electronics Industry
1.2 Power Conversion Electronics
1.3 Importance of Power Electronics in the Modem World
1.4 Semiconductor Components
1.5 Power Quality and Modem Components
1.6 Systems Approach
1.7 Specialized Applications
References
Chapter 2 Power Semiconductors
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Power Diodes and Thyristors
2.3 Gate Turn-Off Thyristors
2.4 Bipolar Power Transistors
2.5 Power MOSFETs
2.6 Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
2.7 MOS Controlled Thyristor (MCT)
References
Bibliography
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Chapter 3 DC to DC Converters 55
3.1 Introduction 55
3.2 DC to DC Conversion Fundamentals 56
3.3 Converter Topologies 60
3.4 Control of DC to DC Converters 71
3.5 Resonant Converters 76
3.6 Special DC to DC Converter Designs 84
3.7 DC to DC Converter Applications and ICs 93
3.8 State of the Art and Future Directions 95
References 96
Bibliography 98
Chapter 4 Off’-the’-Line”Switchmode Power Suppiies 99
4.1 Introduction 99
4.2 Building Blocks of a Typical High Frequency Off-the-Line
Switching Power Supply 100
4.3 Magnetic Components 106
4.4 Output Section 117
4.5 Ancillary, Supervisory and Peripheral Circuits 129
4.6 Power Supplies for Computers 129
4.7 Modular SMPS Units for Various Industrial Systems 130
4.8 Future Trends in SMPS 132
4.9 Field Trouble-Shooting of Computer Systems Power Supplies 133
References 134
Chapter 5 Rechargeable Batteries and Their
Management 137
5.1 Introduction 137
5.2 Battery Terminology 137
Battery Technologies: An Overview
Lead-Acid Batteries
Nickel Cadmium (NiCd) Batteries
Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries
Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) Batteries
Reusable Alkaline Batteries
Zn-Air Batteries
Battery Management
References
Bibliography
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6.1 Introduction
6.2 Types of Disturbances
6.3 Different Kinds of Power Protection Equipment
6.4 Power Synthesis Equipment
References
Bibliography
C’h’a’pter 7 tJninterruplible Power Supplies
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Different Types of Uninterrupted Power Supplies
7.3 UPS System Components
7.4 UPS Diagnostics, Intelligence, and Communications
7.5 UPS Reliability, Technology Changes and the Future
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Chapter 8 Energy Saving Lamps and Electronic
Ballasts
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Gas Discharge Lamps and High Intensity Discharge Lamps
8.3 Introduction to Ballasts
8.4 Some Definitions and Evaluation of Performance
8.5 Conventional Ballasts
8.6 High Frequency Resonant Ballasts
8.7 The Next Generation of Ballasts
8.8 Power Factor Correction and Dimming Ballasts
8.9 Comparison of Compact Fluorescent Lamps Using Magnetic
and Electronic Ballasts
8.10 Future Developments of Electronic Ballasts
Chapter 9 Power Factor Correction and Harmonic
Control
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Definitions
9.3 Harmonics and Power Factor
9.4 Problems Caused by Harmonics
9.5 Harmonic Standards
9.6 Power Factor Correction
9.7 Power Factor Correction ICs
9.8 Active Low Frequency Power Factor Correction
9.9 Evaluation of Power Factor Correction Circuits
References
Bibliography