An investigation of the pulsed characteristics of high-voltage silicon carbide diodes


Pulsed alternators and capacitor banks are the two primary energy storage mechanisms used to power very high current loads with pulse lengths on the order of several milliseconds. Both of these sources require switches capable of conducting megamperes of current and operating at voltages on the order of several kilovolts. Switch modules can be constructed… (More)

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