PDF Free Download | Power Electronics Basics Operating Principles, Design, Formulas, and Applications by Yuriy Rozanov, Sergey Ryvkin, Evgeny Chaplygin, and Pavel Voronin.
Contents of Power Electronics Basics Book
- Chapter 1 Basic concepts and terms in power electronics
- Chapter 2 Semiconductor power switches and passive components
- Chapter 3 Control of power electronic devices
- Chapter 4 Line-commutated converters
- Chapter 5 Conversion from direct current to direct current
- Chapter 6 Inverters and ac converters based on completely controllable switches
- Chapter 7 Pulse-width modulation and power quality control
- Chapter 8 Resonant converters
- Chapter 9 Multilevel, modular, and multicell converter topologies
- Chapter 10 Applications of power electronics
Authors of Power Electronics Basics
Yuriy Rozanov graduated from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI) in 1962 and earned a diploma in electromechanical engineering.
After graduation, he worked at the plant “Searchlight” of the electrical industry in various positions from engineer to deputy chief designer. In 1969, he earned his Ph.D.
In 1987, he earned his Ph.D. in Technical Sciences. In 1989, he joined the MPEI to head the Department of Electrical and Electronic Apparatus where currently he is a professor.
He is the author of 7 books and more than 160 articles and 24 patents. Under his leadership and supervision, postgraduate students earned master’s degrees.
For exemplary services in the fields of education and science and technology, he was awarded the honorary title of Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation. He is the winner of the Government of the Russian Federation award in the field of science (2001) and education (2005).
He is the chairman of the Joint Chapter PEL/PES/IES/IAS of the Russian section of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). In 2012, he was awarded the title of Fellow.
From 2010 onward, he has been the editor-in-chief of the journal Russian Electrical Engineering. His areas of technical and scientific interests are power electronics and its applications.
Sergey Ryvkin graduated with high honors as an engineer from the Moscow Institute for Aviation Engineering (Technical University), after which he earned his Ph.D. from the Institute of Control Sciences (USSR Academy of Science) in Moscow and was awarded a DSc from the Supreme Certifying Commission of Russian Ministry of Education and Science in Moscow.
He is currently a professor at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) and the main researcher at the Trapeznikov Institute of Control Sciences from the Russian Academy of Sciences.
His research interests include the application of the sliding mode technique to control electrical drives and power systems and their parameter observation.
Professor Ryvkin holds six patents and has published 2 monographs, 5 textbooks, and more than 130 technical papers in international journals and conference proceedings.
He is a senior member of the IEEE, a full member of the Russian Academy of Electrotechnical Sciences and a full member of the Power Electronics and Motion Control Council (PEMC-C).
He is the deputy editor-in-chief of the leading Russian electrical engineering journal Electrotechnika (English version Russian Electrical Engineering) and a member Board of Editors of the international journals International Journal of Renewable Energy Research.
Transactions on Electrical Engineering and the International Journal of Advances in Telecommunications, Electrotechnics, Signals, and Systems (IJATES2) and leading Russian electrical engineering journal Elektrichestvo.
Evgeny Chaplygin graduated from the Department of Radiotechnics, Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI) in 1965. In 1974, he was awarded Ph.D. on “Power Electronics.”
Since 1966, he has taught at the Department of Industrial Electronics, Moscow Energy Power Institute, as an associate professor since 1980 and as a professor since 2011.
He supervised 11 students toward their master’s degree. He has published two books, the textbook Industrial Electronics, more than 100 papers, and has 70 patented inventions.
He is a member of the Academic Council of the Institute of Radio Electronics of MPEI, a member of the editorial board of the journal Russian Electrical Engineering.
His areas of interest include modeling of power electronic devices, improved EMC converters and mains, increasing the quality of electricity by means of power electronics.
Pavel Voronin earned his certificate in electrical engineering from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI), USSR in 1980, and a Ph.D. in power electronics from the same institute in 1983.
From 1983 to 1985 he worked at MPEI and then he moved to the industrial electronics department, where he worked as an assistant, and since 1988 as an assistant professor. He has published more than 70 papers, 2 books, and 31 patents in the field of power electronics.
His areas of interest include power converters, multilevel inverters, soft switching circuits, and computer simulations of power electronic devices.
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