Theory of Static Converter Systems: Steady-state processes

Theory of Static Converter Systems: Steady-state processes

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Mathematical characterization of valves. Simple circuits. DC choppers. Autonomous inverters. Rectifiers and dependent inverters. Frequency converters. Harmonic analysis of voltage and current waveforms. The transformer as a component in converter systems. Table for calculation of the phase current harmonics for a half-wave and full-wave converter. Table for calculation of the rectified voltage harmonics for half-wave and full-wave converters. Fourier coefficients of polynomial and piece-wise periodic polynomial function. Fourier coefficients for the segment periodic polynomial function. Fourier coefficients for the segment periodic piecewise function.TRANSFORMERS AS A COMPONENT IN CONVERTER SYSTEMS Transformers in converter circuits work under conditions ... calculation of the AC current and DC voltage harmonics both for half-wave and full-wave three-phase converters.


Title:Theory of Static Converter Systems: Steady-state processes
Author: Michael A. Slonim, Jerome K. Delson
Publisher:Elsevier Science Limited - 1984
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