- Tapa dura: 376 páginas
- Editor: John Wiley & Sons; Edición: 1 (18 de abril de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1119950570
- ISBN-13: 978-1119950578
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I recommend for serious power-electronics engineers, to obtain a copy of this excellent book, if for no other reason than to be current on planar and integrated magnetics, to have the winding proximity- and skin-effect loss theory worked out in one place for design, and on the advantageous incorporation of variable inductance in circuit design. (How2Power.com, October 2014)
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Based on the fundamentals of electromagnetics, this clear and concise text explains basic and applied principles of transformer and inductor design for power electronic applications. It details both the theory and practice of inductors and transformers employed to filter currents, store electromagnetic energy, provide physical isolation between circuits, and perform stepping up and down of DC and AC voltages. The authors present a broad range of applications from modern power conversion systems. They provide rigorous design guidelines based on a robust methodology for inductor and transformer design. They offer real design examples, informed by proven and working field examples. Key features include: emphasis on high frequency design, including optimisation of the winding layout and treatment of non-sinusoidal waveforms a chapter on planar magnetic with analytical models and descriptions of the processing technologies analysis of the role of variable inductors, and their applications for power factor correction and solar power unique coverage on the measurements of inductance and transformer capacitance, as well as tests for core losses at high frequency worked examples in MATLAB, end-of-chapter problems, and an accompanying website containing solutions, a full set of instructors presentations, and copies of all the figures. Covering the basics of the magnetic components of power electronic converters, this book is a comprehensive reference for students and professional engineers dealing with specialised inductor and transformer design. It is especially useful for senior undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering and electrical energy systems, and engineers working with power supplies and energy conversion systems who want to update their knowledge on a field that has progressed considerably in recent years.Ver Descripción del producto
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The theorycal contents looks be very rich , but pratical constructions and exercises are not so muck.
At final i feel that my expectancy are satisfyed.I'm happy with book.
The lead author of this book, Ger Hurley, came from MIT. This book has the style that made MIT a leading engineering school: it builds the basic concepts, step by step in logical order, and then develops everything else from this solid foundation.
Transformer and inductor design derivations and procedures are worked out in detail. This can be a challenge for beginners, but the rigor of the book takes the guesswork out of where design formulas came from and how they apply. Also covered are planar magnetics and the use of swinging inductors in PFC design.
The area-product method of design is covered but is suboptimal because it makes too many assumptions which are often not accurate enough for an optimum result. The method of applying the maximum power-transfer theorem is only one optimization criterion. A major and often overlooked aspect is the full utilization of the core material, driving it to both an acceptable saturation and core power loss. Yet no textbook written to date (to my knowledge) presents this straightforward method. (See my How2Power Today article, “What Is to Be Optimized in Magnetics Design,” D. Feucht, May 2014, for more on this topic.)
Overall, I give this book high marks. Unlike too many other books on magnetics, this one does not gloss over topics that require some Bessel functions, yet does not become buried so deeply in the mathematical trees that the forest of intuition is lost sight of. This is due in part to the many examples showing how to use the derived theory.
For a more details, please see my complete review in How2Power Today on the How2Power website in the .com domain.