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Power Electronics Converters and Regulators Third Version by Branko L. Dokić


 

Foreword

The ebook “Power Electronics” by Branko L. Dokić and Branko Blanuša comprises ten chapters, and offers with probably the most vital objects of energy electronics. It’s properly organized with lot of examples, figures, and tables. The primary chapter is “Introduction.” On this chapter primary components, in addition to some circuits and elements utilized in energy electronics are briefly offered. Chapter 2 covers primary semiconductor elements, “Diodes and Transistors,” and significantly covers their use as switches in energy electronics circuits. Chapter 3 is targeted on “Regenerative Switches.” The outline is vast and detailed and this chapter could also be of curiosity not just for college students, but in addition for professionals who use these elements in apply.

Chapter 4 is “PWM DC/DC Converters.” The converters are labeled. All primary topologies of those converters are analyzed intimately in each steady present mode (CCM) and discontinuous present mode (DCM). “Management Modules” are offered in Chap. 5. This chapter comprises quite a few management circuits utilized in energy electronics. This chapter could also be of curiosity not just for professionals within the subject of energy electronics, but in addition in associated fields resembling automotive management, pulse electronics, and many others.

 

Chapter 6 covers “DC/AC Converters–Inverters”. This chapter is complete and covers a very powerful converter topologies and the commonest used management strategies, resembling selective harmonic elimination, unipolar and bipolar PWM method, and house vector modulation. The following chapter is AC/DC converters, i.e., rectifiers. This chapter comprises all primary topologies from uncontrolled half bridge and full bridge rectifiers to managed thyristor and transistor ones. Additionally, some generally used management strategies are offered.

PWM rectifiers and their purposes are additionally mentioned. Two earlier chapters are adopted by the eighth chapter, which covers “AC/ AC Converters.” The chapter describes single-phase and three-phase AC/AC voltage converters and each direct and oblique frequency AC/AC converters. Additionally, an summary of matrix converters and their purposes is offered on this chapter. Chapter 9 comprises a complete description of “Resonant Converters.” Fundamental topologies are coated; sequence resonant converters, parallel resonant converters, sequence–parallel converters, class E resonant converters, zero voltage and zero present switching converters, and some management circuits utilized in resonant converters. Lastly, Chap. 10 covers multilevel converters. Fundamental topologies of DC/DC and DC/AC multilevel converters are offered.

 

Additionally, some broadly used management strategies, resembling multilevel PWM, house vector modulation, house vector management, and selective harmonic elimination, are briefly mentioned on this chapter. Each chapter comprises a set of solved issues that facilitate understanding of the associated subject.

Additionally, each chapter is concluded with an inventory of issues from the offered matters. General, the impression is that the ebook presents a complete protection of energy electronics. It covers a variety of matters related to energy electronics. So, it is likely to be used each as a textbook for college students and as a reference ebook for practising engineers. For my part, there’s a vital tutorial and theoretical contribution made by this ebook. Due to this fact, I’m glad to suggest the ebook “Power Electronics” by Branko L. Dokić and Branko Blanuša to be revealed.

 

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