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Onduleur triphasé à structure innovante pour application aéronautique

Abstract : In aeronautics field, the constraints are such as the mass of the filters can represent upto 50% of the total mass of the converter. During the last years, magnetic coupled interleavedconverters enhances performances (power density, efficiency, transient response). It existeseveral possibilities for use interleaved coupled topologies that use inter-phase transformerexist, the main objective of this study is to find among these topologies the best adaptedconfiguration in the context of a three-phase voltage inverter 110Veff/400Hz 25kVA. Thechoice of the magnetic material type has a great impact on determining the weight, thevolume and the losses of the converter. Parallelization leads to increase the semiconductornumber. These new structures must guarantee at the same time a raised efficiency, a low massand a great reliability, even in the event of case of breakdown of a power semiconductor orhis driver circuit. But coupleing the phases between themselve, imposes a dangerous stronglink on the structure operation in event of default. Solutions exist and are presented in thestudy. Lastly, the implementation of a semi-industrial of three-phase converter using interphasestransformers is performed. This inverter has been desinging to be use on a three-phaseavionics inverter network with rebuilding of neutral in case of unbalancing. Experimentalresults show the advantage of an interleaved converter compared with a conventional solution.
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Kevin Guepratte. Onduleur triphasé à structure innovante pour application aéronautique. Autre. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011GRENT014⟩. ⟨tel-00647128v2⟩



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