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This thesis focuses on the optimization of switching devices voltage source converter. In the designing process of the converter the actual power of the converter is hard to know, thus the converter users tend to set the maximum value of the actual power. However, there is a limit on the maximum value of the actual power and for example the actual power may not be higher than the maximum rated converter power. Thus it is necessary to regulate the converter and from the regulation method it is necessary to use the PWM controller and there is a trade-off between the closed-loop and open-loop control. This thesis examines and investigates the issues which are the reasons of the loss of the power converter active power. In addition, this thesis investigates and provides solutions for the problems which occur while the PWM signal is compared with the signal of the active power and current. The investigations have been carried out using MATLAB Simulink, SimPowerSystems, Mathworks and C++ programs. Four different architectures are used to investigate the issues and provide solutions for the problems. A first case study uses the BESS voltage control and compares the performance of the PWM controllers, such as PI and PI* controllers between open-loop and closed-loop control. This study is used to examine and provide solutions for the performance problems of the PWM controllers. The second case study uses a high performance experimental controller developed by the researcher. A third case study uses the modified PI* controller to compare the loss of the active power between the open-loop and closed-loop control. This study is used to investigate and provide solutions for the loss of the active power. The last case study uses a manual actively regulated PI controller. This study is used to investigate and provide solutions for the loss of the active power. All studies are developed and verified using MATLAB Simulink, SimPowerSystems, Mathworks and C++.
The objective of this thesis is to design an advanced line-frequency voltage source inverter (VSI) employing the ramp-up/down technique for future power electronics applications with improved performance. A zero-voltage switching (ZVS) based semi-conductor driver circuit is developed to drive a saturating conduction type fly-back converter (FCBC) with a fixed conduction time. d2c66b5586