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Patel M.R. Shipboard Propulsion, Power Electronics, and Ocean Energy

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Patel M.R. Shipboard Propulsion, Power Electronics, and Ocean Energy
CRC Press, 2012. — 389 p.
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About the Author
About This Book
Systems of Units and Conversion Factors

Power Electronics and Motor Drives
Power Electronics Devices

Power Transistor
Hybrid Devices
Di/Dt and Dv/Dt Snubber Circuits
Switching Power Loss
Device Application Trends
Device Cooling and Rerating
Further Reading
DC-DC Converters
Buck Converter
Boost Converter
Buck-Boost Converter
Flyback Converter (Buck or Boost)
Transformer-Coupled Forward Converter
Push-Pull Converter
Inductor-Coupled Buck Converter
Duty Ratio Control Circuit
Load Power Converter
Power Supply
Further Reading
AC-DC-AC Converters
AC-DC Rectifier
AC-AC Voltage Converter
DC-AC Inverter
Frequency Converter
Thyristor Turnoff (Commutation) Circuits
Other Power Electronics Applications
Common Converter Terms
Notes on Converter Design
Further Reading
Variable-Frequency Drives
Pump Performance Characteristics
Pump Energy Savings with VFD
Shipboard Use of VFDs
VFD for Medium-Size Motor
Constant V/f Ratio Operation
Commutation and Control Methods
Open-Loop Control System
Vector Control Drives
Propulsion with a Twelve-Pulse VFD
Special VFD Cables
Variable-Voltage DC Motor Drive
Variable-Speed Drive in Metro Trains
VFD as Large-Motor Starter
Converter Topologies Compared
Notes on VFDs
Further Reading
Quality of Power
Power Quality Terminology
Electrical Bus Model
Power Quality Studies
Harmonic Reduction
IEEE Standard 519
International Standards
Further Reading
Power Converter Cooling
Heat Transfer by Conduction
Multiple Conduction Paths
Convection and Radiation
Thermal Transient
Water Cooling
Further Reading
Electric Propulsion technologies
Electric Propulsion Systems

Current Status of Electric Propulsion
Integrated Electric Propulsion
Azimuth Z Drive
Azimuth Pod Drive
Advantages of Electric Propulsion
Electric Propulsion Architecture
Motor Drives and Speed Control
Power Electronics Converters for VFD
Propulsion Power Requirement
Further Reading
Propulsion Motors
Synchronous Motor
Induction Motor
Permanent Magnet Motor
Superconducting Synchronous Motor
Superconducting Homopolar Motor
Other Motor Types
Other Components
Notes on Propulsion Motors
Further Reading
Superconductors in Navy Ships
Degaussing Coil
Synchronous Machines
Superconducting Energy Storage
Industry Applications
Research Applications
Critical B, J, T of the Superconductor
Coil Design and Cooling
Further Reading
Fuel Cell Power
Electrical Performance
Common Fuel Cell Types
Present and Future Use
Present Development Issues
Further Reading
Hybrid Propulsion
Environmental Regulations
Hybrid Tugboat
Hybrid Ferry
Hybrid Automobile
Magnetohydrodynamics Propulsion in Ships
Further Reading
Emerging Ocean Energy technologies
Ocean Wave Power

Wave Power Estimate
Power Generation Schemes
Further Reading
Marine Current Power
Speed and Power Relations
Present Developments
Further Reading
Offshore Wind Power
Wind Power Theory
Offshore Advantages
Power Transmission to Shore
AC versus DC Cable
Offshore Foundations
Farshore Foundations
Installations and Maintenance
Forces on Structure
Materials and Corrosion
Offshore Wind Power Trends
Environmental Regulations
International Safety Regulation
Further Reading
System Integration aspects
Large-Scale Energy Storage

Electrochemical Battery
Rotating Flywheel
Superconducting Coil
Compressed Air
Further Reading
System Reliability Fundamentals
Failure Mechanisms
Aging of Power Electronics Devices
Failure Rate in Time
Random Failures
Fundamental Theorems of Reliability
Series-Parallel Reliability
Failure Rate Statistics
Count Method of Reliability Estimate
Derating for
Quick Estimate of Failure Rate
Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis
Further Reading
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