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Current transformer circuits for power electronics applications

@inproceedings{McNeill2008CurrentTC,
  title={Current transformer circuits for power electronics applications},
  author={John N. McNeill},
  year={2008}
}
This thesis investigates the operation of the current transfonner (CT) when sensing retum-to-zero current pulses in power electronic circuitry. The CT's output signal is nonnally rectified when sensing current pulses and the effects of the different rectification techniques on peak current and average current droop are evaluated. Initially, the various current sensing techniques and their application in power electronics circuits are reviewed. The CT and both diode and synchronous… 

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