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Article: Computer-aided design of power electronic circuits

TitleComputer-aided design of power electronic circuits
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Issue Date1985
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Iee Proceedings B: Electric Power Applications, 1985, v. 132 n. 6, p. 301-306 How to Cite?
AbstractThe general purpose circuit simulation package SPICE is used as a design tool for power electronic circuits. The process involves simulation of the complete circuit in the microsecond timescale, by which circuit behaviour under different operating conditions can be studied. Semiconductor device models and interconnection inductances are examined. The simulation process is applied to a 50 kVA transistorised chopper circuit and the results are discussed and compared with experimental results. | The general purpose circuit simulation package SPICE is used as a design tool for power electronic circuits. The process involves simulation of the complete circuit in the microsecond timescale, by which circuit behaviour under different operating conditions can be studied. Semiconductor device models and interconnection inductances are examined. The simulation process is applied to a 50 kVA transistorised chopper circuit and the results are compared with experimental results.
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dc.contributor.authorJackson, RDen_US
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dc.description.abstractThe general purpose circuit simulation package SPICE is used as a design tool for power electronic circuits. The process involves simulation of the complete circuit in the microsecond timescale, by which circuit behaviour under different operating conditions can be studied. Semiconductor device models and interconnection inductances are examined. The simulation process is applied to a 50 kVA transistorised chopper circuit and the results are discussed and compared with experimental results. | The general purpose circuit simulation package SPICE is used as a design tool for power electronic circuits. The process involves simulation of the complete circuit in the microsecond timescale, by which circuit behaviour under different operating conditions can be studied. Semiconductor device models and interconnection inductances are examined. The simulation process is applied to a 50 kVA transistorised chopper circuit and the results are compared with experimental results.en_US
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