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Book title: Periodic Control of Power Electronic Converters
Author: Frede Blaabjerg, Keliang Zhou, Danwei Wang and Yongheng Yang
Product Code: PBPO0820
Stock Status: In stock
Advanced power electronic converters convert, control and condition electricity. They require control strategies for periodic signal compensation to assure good power quality and stable power system operation.
This book provides complete analysis and synthesis methods for periodic control systems, with plenty of practical application examples, to demonstrate these approaches in operation. It proposes a unified framework for housing periodic control schemes for power converters, providing a general proportional-integral-derivative control solution to periodic signal compensation in extensive engineering applications – a perfect periodic control solution for power electronic conversion.
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Frede Blaabjerg, is an IEEE Fellow and Professor at Aalborg University, Denmark; his research interests include control theory, process control, power electronics, network quality and solar power.
Keliang Zhou is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, where his research is focused on power electronics and electric drives, control theory and applications, renewable energy and distributed generation and smart grid technologies.
Professor Danwei Wang is a Senior Member of the IEEE, and Professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. His research interests include health monitoring, fault diagnosis and prognosis for electrical machines and robotics.
Yongheng Yang is Assistant Professor at Aalborg University, Denmark; his research interests include Renewable energy systems, design and control of power electronics, solar photovoltaic systems, grid integration, energy storage systems and reliability in power electronics.
This book is aimed at researchers and engineers in the field of power electronics who are interested in advanced control of power converters. It is also recommended to control specialists who like to explore new applications of control theory and advanced university students.