Book description
This book presents the reader, whether an electrical engineering student in power electronics or a design engineer, a selection of power converter control problems and their basic digital solutions, based on the most widespread digital control techniques. The presentation is primarily focused on different applications of the same power converter topology, the halfbridge voltage source inverter, considered both in its single and threephase implementation. This is chosen as the test case because, besides being simple and well known, it allows the discussion of a significant spectrum of the most frequently encountered digital control applications in power electronics, from digital pulse width modulation (DPWM) and space vector modulation (SVM), to inverter output current and voltage control, ending with the relatively more complex VSI applications related to the so called smartgrid scenario. This book aims to serve two purposes: (1) to give a basic, introductory knowledge of the digital control techniques applied to power converters; and (2) to raise the interest for discrete time control theory, stimulating new developments in its application to switching power converters.
Table of contents
 Preface
 Acknowledgments
 Introduction (1/2)
 Introduction (2/2)
 The Test Bench: A SinglePhase Voltage Source Inverter

Digital Current Mode Control
 Requirements of the Digital Controller

Basic Digital Current Control Implementations
 The Proportional Integral Controller: Overview
 Simplified Dynamic Model of Delays
 The Proportional Integral Controller: Discretization Strategies
 Effects of the Computation Delay
 Derivation of a Discrete Time Domain Converter Dynamic Model
 Minimization of the Computation Delay
 The Predictive Controller (1/4)
 The Predictive Controller (2/4)
 The Predictive Controller (3/4)
 The Predictive Controller (4/4)
 References
 MultiSampled Current Controllers
 Extension to ThreePhase Inverters
 External Control Loops
 New digital control paradigms
 Authors' Biographies
Product information
 Title: Digital Control in Power Electronics, 2nd Edition
 Author(s):
 Release date: May 2015
 Publisher(s): Morgan & Claypool Publishers
 ISBN: 9781627057547
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