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Méthodologie d'analyse CEM conduite d'un réseau multiconvertisseurs

Abstract : Today, the state of the art in EMC in power electronics allows to have some knowledge on conducted emissions generated by a converter on a Line Impedance Stabilization Network. Now, the new challenge is to include several converters connected in an embedded network. This PHD has been funded trhough the PEPS CEM sub-project, part of O2M project. It proposes a method to obtain the EMC interferences on a complex network including several converters. Based on the original idea of a “system” type EMC model, we came up with a theoretical approach based on a “Black Box” model. This model, including the converter load, has been validated through complex simulations as well as experimentations taking in account several static converters connected to the same network.
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Mikael Foissac. Méthodologie d'analyse CEM conduite d'un réseau multiconvertisseurs. Electronique. Université de Grenoble, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012GRENT115⟩. ⟨tel-00755888⟩



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