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Méthodologie de conception numérique d'un module de puissance dédié à l'automobile en vue de l'optimisation des surtensions, des pertes et des émissions conduites

Abstract : Modern converter concepts demand increasing energy efficiency and flexibility in de-sign and construction. Considering that the dependency of the switching losses on various factors such as the switching voltage, switching current, stray inductance (Lstray) and the reverse recovery process of the freewheeling diode, various concepts have been developed to decrease power modules stray inductance for the purpose of loss reduction but with risk of exceeding the maximum rated blocking voltage. However, considering practical design requirement, lower stray inductance is not necessarily beneficial for the system. This leads to the question of tolerable size of parasitic inductance and best dI/di and dv/dt rate for low commutation losses and low voltage spikes. In this thesis, design methodology for a low inductive, Modern converter concepts demand increasing energy efficiency and flexibility in de-sign and construction. Considering that the dependency of the switching losses on various factors such as the switching voltage, switching current, stray inductance (Lstray) and the reverse recovery process of the freewheeling diode, various concepts have been developed to decrease power modules stray inductance for the purpose of loss reduction but with risk of exceeding the maximum rated blocking voltage. However, considering practical design requirement, lower stray inductance is not necessarily beneficial for the system. This leads to the question of tolerable size of parasitic inductance and best dI/di and dv/dt rate for low commutation losses and low voltage spikes. In this thesis, design methodology for a low inductive,
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Hocine Daou. Méthodologie de conception numérique d'un module de puissance dédié à l'automobile en vue de l'optimisation des surtensions, des pertes et des émissions conduites. Energie électrique. Université Paris Saclay (COmUE), 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018SACLN016⟩. ⟨tel-01769661⟩

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