Powering the Future of Industry: High-Power Adjustable Speed Drive Topologies

@article{Kouro2012PoweringTF,
  title={Powering the Future of Industry: High-Power Adjustable Speed Drive Topologies},
  author={Samir Kouro and J. Rodr{\'i}guez and Bin Wu and Steffen Bernet and M. A. Perez},
  journal={IEEE Industry Applications Magazine},
  year={2012},
  volume={18},
  pages={26-39}
}
The HP-ASD technology has experienced a huge development in the last decade. This can be appreciated by the large number of recently introduced drive configurations on the market. In addition, many industrial applications are reaching MV operation and megawatt range or have experienced changes in requirements on efficiency, performance, and power quality, making the use of HP-ASDs more attractive. It can be concluded that, HP-ASDs is an enabling technology ready to continue powering the future… 

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