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This essential reading provides an overview of modern power electronic converters and systems, and their applications. Written by an international panel of forty-four experts, it is of interest to researchers and students working in power electronics.
This book outlines current research into the scientific modelling, experimentation, and remedial measures for advancing the reliability, availability, system robustness, and maintainability of Power Electronic Converter Systems (PECS) at different levels of complexity.
This book an essential overview on the subject of thermal monitoring and management in integrated circuits. It focuses on devices and materials that are intimately integrated on-chip (as opposed to in package or on-board) for the purposes of thermal monitoring and thermal management.
This essential overview explains a comprehensive introduction to the theory of reset control. It draws on the authors’ own research and that of others to explore the application of reset control in a variety of settings, with an emphasis on hard disk drive servo systems.
Most physical systems have uncertain or unmeasurable parameters and, since parametric uncertainty may degrade the performance of model predictive control (MPC), it is desirable to use mechanisms to update the unknown or uncertain parameters. One method is to apply adaptive extensions of MPC where parameter estimation and control are performed online. This book proposes such an approach, with a design methodology for adaptive robust nonlinear MPC (NMPC) systems in the presence of disturbances and parametric uncertainties.
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