A New Topology of AC-AC Ground Power Unit for Aeronautical Applications
Rivera, M.; Faundez, D.; Kolar, J.; Wheeler, P.
PATRICK WHEELER email@example.com
Professor of Power Electronic Systems
Nowadays, electrical energy is the alternative to supply aircraft systems. In this paper a new converter for ground power units supply in aircraft applications is proposed. The topology consists in a rectifier with an active current injection circuit linked to a three level neutral point clamped converter. The design procedure is detailed in this paper showing the principal requirements for the safe operation of the converter. Simulation results validate the good performance of the proposed system.
|Start Date||Oct 17, 2018|
|Publication Date||Oct 17, 2018|
|Publisher||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers|
|APA6 Citation||Rivera, M., Faundez, D., Kolar, J., & Wheeler, P. (2018). A New Topology of AC-AC Ground Power Unit for Aeronautical Applications. doi:10.1109/ica-acca.2018.8609736|
|Keywords||Inductors, Graphics processing units, Matrix converters, Topology, Aircraft, Electromagnetic interference, Simulation|
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A New Topology Of AC-AC Ground Power Unit For Aeronautical Applications
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