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Power electronics can be a difficult course for students to understand and for professors to teach. Simplifying the process for both, SPICE for Power Electronics and Electric Power, Third Edition illustrates methods of integrating industry standard SPICE software for design verification and as a theoretical laboratory bench.
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Based on the author Muhammad H. Rashid’s considerable experience merging design content and SPICE into a power electronics course, this vastly improved and updated edition focuses on helping readers integrate the SPICE simulator with a minimum amount of time and effort. Giving users a better understanding of the operation of a power electronics circuit, the author explores the transient behavior of current and voltage waveforms for each and every circuit element at every stage. The book also includes examples of all types of power converters, as well as circuits with linear and nonlinear inductors.
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This book demonstrates techniques of executing power conversions and ensuring the quality of the output waveforms rather than the accurate modeling of power semiconductor devices. This approach benefits students, enabling them to compare classroom results obtained with simple switch models of devices. In addition, a new chapter covers multi-level converters.
Assuming no prior knowledge of SPICE or PSpice simulation, the text provides detailed step-by-step instructions on how to draw a schematic of a circuit, execute simulations, and view or plot the output results. It also includes suggestions for laboratory experiments and design problems that can be used for student homework assignments.Présentation de l'éditeur :
To be accredited, a power electronics course should cover a significant amount of design content and include extensive use of computer-aided analysis with simulation tools such as SPICE. Based upon the authors' experience in designing such courses, SPICE for Power Electronics and Electric Power, Second Edition integrates a SPICE simulator with a power electronics course at a junior or senior level. This textbook assumes no prior knowledge of SPICE and introduces the applications of various SPICE commands through numerous examples of power electronic circuits.
The authors emphasize the techniques for power conversions and for quality output waveforms, rather than accurate modeling of power semiconductor devices. This textbook enables students to compare the results with those that are obtained in a classroom environment via simple switch models or devices.
Not only a supplement to any standard textbook on power electronics and power systems, this volume can also be used as a textbook on SPICE. It suggests laboratory experiments and design problems, and presents complete laboratory guidelines for each experiment. This text can also be used as a laboratory manual for power electronics, with its design problems serving as assignments for a design-oriented simulation laboratory.
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Description du livre Prentice Hall College Div, 1993. Paperback. Etat : New. N° de réf. du vendeur DADAX0130304204
Description du livre Etat : New. New. N° de réf. du vendeur STR-0130304204
Description du livre Pearson College Div, 1993. Etat : New. book. N° de réf. du vendeur M0130304204