Electromagnetic Interference Issues in Power Electronics and Power Systems


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Firuz Zare

DOI: 10.2174/97816080524001110101
eISBN: 978-1-60805-240-0, 2011
ISBN: 978-1-60805-388-9



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This E-Book focuses on conducted and radiated emission noise generated by different power converters such as Switch Mode power Supplie...[view complete introduction]

Table of Contents

Foreword

- Pp. i

Arindam Ghosh

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Preface

- Pp. ii

Firuz Zare

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List of Contributors

- Pp. iii

Bentham Science Publishers

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Analysis of Common Mode Inductors and Optimization Aspects

- Pp. 3-37 (35)

Anne Roc'h and Frank Leferink

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Noise Source Impedance Measurement in SMPS

- Pp. 38-56 (19)

Vuttipon Tarateeraseth, Kye Yak See and Flavio G. Canavero

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Heatsink EMI Effects in Power Electronic Systems

- Pp. 57-76 (20)

Gordana Klaric Felic

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Motor Cable Influence on the Conducted EMI Emission of the Converter Fed AC Motor Drive

- Pp. 77-95 (19)

Jaroslaw Luszcz

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Lightning Surges on Wind Power Systems

- Pp. 96-116 (21)

R. B. Rodrigues, V. M.F. Mendes and J. P.S. Catalao

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Index

- Pp. 117-116 (121)

Firuz Zare

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Foreword

The purpose of this E-Book is to address advanced topics of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) in modern power electronics and power systems. This book aims at practicing engineers and graduate students and will be of immense help to them while analyzsing EMI problems in electrical and electronic systems.

This E-Book focuses on conducted and radiated emission noise generated by different power converters such as Switch Mode Power Supplies and DC-AC Converters. EMI filter design and different approaches to predict common mode and differential mode noise are discussed in detail. One of the challenging issues in power converters is the thermal problem due to heat generated by switching devices. In this E-book, the effects of heatsink on conducted and radiated noise have been taken into account. Common mode and surge voltage issues in AC machines have also been addressed and discussed in this E-book.

This E-book consists of five chapters which address different EMI issues in power electronics and power systems. The chapters of this E-Book are written by eminent researchers and engineers. I had a great pleasure reading their material and would like to congratulate all the authors for their excellent contributions.

Overall, this E-book addresses the most important electromagnetic interferences issues in Power Electronics and Power Systems.

Prof. Arindam Ghosh
IEEE Fellow
Queensland University of Technology


Preface

The purpose of this E-Book is to address advanced topics of Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) in modern power electronics and power systems, which can help engineers and students to analyze EMI problems in electrical and electronic systems.

This E-Book focuses on conducted and radiated emission noise generated by different power converters such as Switch Mode power Supplies and DC-AC Inverters. EMI filter design and different approaches to predict common mode and differential mode noise are illustrated in detail. One of the challenging issues in power converters is thermal problem due to heat generated by switching devices; the effects of heatsink on conducted and radiated noise have been taken into account. Common mode and surge voltage issues in AC machines have also been addressed and discussed in this E-book.

This E-book consists of five chapters which address different EMI issues in power electronics and power systems. The chapters of this E-Book were written by eminent researchers and engineers and I would like to thank all the authors for their time and contributions.

List of Contributors

Editor(s):
Firuz Zare
Queensland University of Technology
Australia




Contributor(s):
J.P.S. Catalão
Department of Electromechanical Engineering
University of Beira Interior
R. Fonte do Lameiro
Covilha, 6201-001
Portugal


F. Canavero
Dipartimento di Elettronica
Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Corso Duca degli, Abruzzi, 24
Torino, 10129
Italy


G. K. Felic
National ICT Australia
Victoria Research Laboratory, The University of Melbourne
R. Fonte do Lameiro
Parkville VIC, 3010
Australia


F. Leferink
Thales Nederland, Hengelo
Haaksbergerstraat 49
Hengelo
PA , 7554
The Netherlands


J. Łuszcz
Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering
Gdańsk University of Technology
G. Narutowicza 11/12
Gdańsk, 80-952
Poland


V.M.F. Mendes
Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation
Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
R. Conselheiro Emídio Navarro
Lisbon, 1950-062
Portugal


R.B. Rodrigues
Department of Electrical Engineering and Automation
Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
R. Conselheiro Emídio Navarro
Lisbon, 1950-062
Portugal


A. Roc’h
Department of Telecommunication Engineering
University of Twente
Drienerlolaan 5
Enschede
NB , 7522
The Netherlands


K. Y. See
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University
Block S1, Level B1C, Room 100
Nanyang Link, 639798
Singapore


V. Tarateeraseth
Department of Electromechanical Engineering
College of Data Storage Innovation, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology
Ladkrabang, Chalongkrung Rd., Ladkrabang
Bangkok, 10520
Thailand




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