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Comprehensive Design of a Three-Phase Three-Switch Buck-Type PWM Rectifier

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3 Author(s)
Nussbaumer, T. ; Swiss Fed. Inst. of Technol., ETH Zentrum, Zurich ; Baumann, M. ; Kolar, J.W.

A three-phase three-switch buck-type pulsewidth modulation rectifier is designed for telecom applications in this paper. The rectifier features a constant 400-V output voltage and 5-kW output power at the three-phase 400-V mains. The principle of operation and the calculation of the relative on-times of the power transistors are described. Based on analytical relationships the stresses of the active and passive components are determined and the accuracy of the given calculations is verified by digital simulations. Exemplarily, a 5-kW power converter is then designed based on the analytical expressions and on switching loss measurements from a hardware prototype constructed with insulated gate bipolar transistor/diode power modules. The loss distribution of the components, the total efficiency, and the junction temperatures of the semiconductors are then evaluated in dependency on the operating point. Finally, the trade-off between the selected switching frequency and the admissible power range for the realized design is shown and a total efficiency of 95.0% is measured on the hardware prototype, where an excellent agreement with the theoretically evaluated efficiency is shown

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Power Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 2 )