Mawby, PA and Bryant, AT and Palmer, PR and Santi, E and Hudgins, JL (2006) High speed electro-thermal models for inverter simulations. In: UNSPECIFIED pp. 175-182..Full text not available from this repository.
This paper presents the application of advanced compact models of the IGBT and PIN diode to the full electrothermal system simulation of a hybrid electric vehicle converter using a look-up table of device losses. The Fourier-based solution model is used, which takes account of features such as local lifetime control and field-stop technology. Device and circuit parameters are extracted from experimental waveforms and device structural data. Matching of the switching waveforms and the resulting generation of the look-up table is presented. An example of the use of the look-up tables in simulation of inverter device temperatures is also given, for a hypothetical electric vehicle subjected to an urban driving cycle. © 2006 IEEE.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Compact models Diode IGBT Power electronics Thermal modeling|
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