Real-Time System-on-Chip Emulation of Electrothermal Models for Power Electronic Devices via Hammerstein Configuration

@article{Liang2018RealTimeSE,
  title={Real-Time System-on-Chip Emulation of Electrothermal Models for Power Electronic Devices via Hammerstein Configuration},
  author={Tian Liang and Venkata Dinavahi},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={203-218}
}
Real-time emulation of device-level power electronics plays an essential role in many industrial applications for design and hardware-in-the-loop testing of system components and controllers. Due to the complexity and heavy computational burden of the real-time hardware implementation of the analytical and the numerical models, this paper proposes dynamic electrothermal behavioral models for diode, thyristor, and insulated-gate bipolar transistor based on the Hammerstein configuration. The… CONTINUE READING

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