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TOC Alert for Publication# 4475725 2018February 19<![CDATA[Supercapacitor-assisted low dropout regulator technique: a new design approach to achieve high-efficiency linear DC–DC converters]]>1122292383473<![CDATA[Half-bridge flyback converter with lossless passive snubber and interleaved technique]]>1122392455594<![CDATA[High-efficiency neutral-point-clamped transformerless MOSFET inverter for photovoltaic applications]]>1122462524612<![CDATA[Analysis and optimisation of modulation strategy based on dual-phase-shift for modular multilevel high-frequency-link DC transformer in medium-voltage DC distribution network]]>1122532613855<![CDATA[Robust and fast sliding-mode control for a DC–DC current-source parallel-resonant converter]]>1122622714055<![CDATA[Magnetising-current-assisted wide ZVS range push–pull DC/DC converter with reduced circulating energy]]>1122722794770<![CDATA[Discontinuous decoupled SVPWM schemes for a four-level open-end winding induction motor drive with waveform symmetries]]>v'dt in the motor phase voltages.]]>1122802927742<![CDATA[DC offset minimisation of three-phase multilevel inverter configuration under fault and DC link voltage unbalance conditions]]>1122933015037<![CDATA[Analysis of efficiency improvement in wireless power transfer system]]>1123023094736<![CDATA[Study on the design and switching dynamics of hysteresis current controlled four-leg voltage source inverter for load compensation]]>1123103194833<![CDATA[Junction temperature estimation of IGBT module via a bond wires lift-off independent parameter <italic>V</italic><sub>gE-np</sub>]]>L_{E}. The temperature-dependent falling collector current during turn-off transition would cause a negative voltage drop in the gate-main emitter voltage waveform v_{gE}. Therefore, this negative voltage drop V_{gE-np} is proportional to the junction temperature. A double-pulse test circuit is developed to verify the accuracy and feasibility of the proposed method. The impacts of collector-emitter voltage V_{ce}, collector current I_{c} and bond-wires cut-off are also be discussed theoretically and experimentally. The experimental results show that the proposed V_{gE-np} has a linear relationship with junction temperature as theoretical analysis and it is a bond-wires cut-off independent parameter in some special test point, which offers an effective way to estimate junction temperature without package destruction. The advantages of the proposed method include good linearity, bond-wires failure immunity and adequate sensitivity with junction temperature.]]>1123203285501<![CDATA[Power electronic interface with de-coupled control for wind-driven PMSG feeding utility grid and DC load]]>dq control has been proposed for extracting maximum power from a wind-driven permanent magnet synchronous generator (PMSG) and feeding it to a three-phase utility grid. The controller consists of a diode bridge rectifier, a dc-dc boost converter and a voltage source inverter (VSI). The grid synchronisation is achieved by controlling the VSI at the grid side. Besides supplying power to the ac grid, the proposed scheme also feeds a local dc load, as the dc link voltage is maintained constant. To evaluate the performance of proposed scheme, MATLAB/Simulink based model is tested under varying wind speeds. A proportional-integral controller is used for varying the duty ratio of the dc-dc converter to maintain the output dc voltage constant. The decoupled control algorithm for independent control of real and reactive power fed to the grid is implemented using dSPACE DS1103 controller. A steady-state analysis has been developed for predicting the value of duty cycle as well as the reference current for maximum power point tracking at a given wind velocity or rotor speed of PMSG. Experiments have been carried out on a 48 V, 750 W, 500 rpm PMSG and the test results are furnished to validate the developed scheme.]]>1123293385008<![CDATA[Lagrangian dynamics model and practical implementation of an integrated transformer in multi-phase LLC resonant converter]]>1123393476315<![CDATA[Finite-state model predictive power control of three-phase bidirectional AC/DC converter under unbalanced grid faults with current harmonic reduction and power compensation]]>αβ stationary coordinates system. MPDPC-PC exhibits better performance by reducing the harmonic contents of grid currents and eliminating active power or reactive power ripples of the three-phase bidirectional AC/DC converter with flexible reactive power compensation capability. Compared with the MPDPC and linear current control schemes, experimental results confirm the effectiveness of the designed method under unbalanced grid conditions.]]>1123483567700<![CDATA[Stator flux estimation with vector transforming and signal filtering method for electrical machines]]>1123573632877<![CDATA[Improvement of speed response in four-phase DC–DC converter switching using two shunt voltage-source]]>1123643727300<![CDATA[Active-clamped ZVS current-fed push–pull isolated dc/dc converter for renewable energy conversion applications]]>1123733815218<![CDATA[Input voltage sharing control scheme for input series and output series DC/DC converters using paralleled MOSFETs]]>1123823903123<![CDATA[Comparison of digital PWM control strategies for high-power interleaved DC–DC converters<?show [AQ ID=Q1]?>]]>1123913983528<![CDATA[Fault tolerant three-level boost inverter with reduced source and LC count]]>1123994054279