As industry power demands become increasingly sensitive, power quality distortion becomes a critical issue. The recent increase in nonlinear loads drawing non-sinusoidal currents has seen the introduction of various tools to manage the clean delivery of power. Power demands of medical facilities, data storage and information systems, emergency equipment, etc. require uninterrupted, high quality power. Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and active filters provide this delivery. The first to treat these power management tools together in a comprehensive discussion, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Active Filters compares the similarities of UPS, active filters, and unified power quality conditioners. The book features a description of low-cost and reduced-parts configurations presented for the first time in any publication, along with a presentation of advanced digital controllers. These configurations are vital as industries seek to reduce the cost of power management in their operations. As this field of power management technology continues to grow, industry and academia will come to rely upon the comprehensive treatment found within this book. Industrial engineers in power quality, circuits and devices, and aerospace engineers as well as graduate students will find this a complete and insightful resource for studying and applying the tools of this rapidly developing field.S 3 S 4 S 2 S 1 Static switch (bypass) C o C 2 C 1 V + s V a s L o Load D 1 S 5 + a Battery bank L dc S in L s I s S t S 3 S 4 S 2 S 1 L o ... FIGURE 4.5 Corresponding circuit diagram for the positive half-cycle of the input voltage with S2 closed.
|Title||:||Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Active Filters|
|Author||:||Ali Emadi, Abdolhosein Nasiri, Stoyan B. Bekiarov|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2004-10-28|