Live Power Electronics forum

Discussion in 'Intelligence & Machines' started by S.Tarafdar, Jun 4, 2003.

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  1. S.Tarafdar Registered Senior Member

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    Would you please anybody tell me about any live power electronics forum where we can post threads?

    Thanks,
    S.Tarafdar
     
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  3. guesmika Registered Member

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    Hi friends
    I have a question concerning the boost converter small signals model (Ldi/dt, Cdvc/dt). Why this modelling approache describe perfectly the dynmics of the output voltage arround a given operating point and falls, in the same time, to describe the inductor current ?
     
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  5. Dilbert Registered Senior Member

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    are you hijacking his thread?
     
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  7. psikeyhackr Valued Senior Member

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    "power electronics" ????

    Is he talking about the branch of electrical engineering dealing with power production and distribution?

    Try these:

    TEACH YOURSELF ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS by Stan Gibilisco

    THE ART OF ELECTRONICS by Horowitz and Hill

    Good books reduce the need to ask questions.
     
  8. ajaypai88 Registered Member

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    Hello,
    I have very recently started using Multisim and am not used to it.I need to carry out certain power electronics simulations in multisim and am not able to find components such as thyristor or igbt for that purpose.
    Does multisim support power electronic devices?
    Could anyone help me out in this regard?
    And is there any other good simulation tool particularly for power electronics?

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards
    Ajay

    PS: sorry if this wasn't the proper section to post this blog
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  9. adilmahsan Registered Member

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    Multisim does have thyristors and it does support simulation of power electronic circuits

    however, the extended database comes at a price

    it is available in the powerpro edition and probably in the professional edition though not in the educational one
     
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