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Except as permitted under U.S. Copyright Law, no part of this book may be reprinted, reproduced, transmitted, or utilized in any form by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying, microfilming, and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without written permission from the publishers.Preface Acknowledgments About the Author About This Book Systems of Units and Conversion Factors Power Electronics and Motor Drives Power Electronics Devices Diode Thyristor Power Transistor Hybrid Devices Di/Dt and Dv/Dt Snubber Circuits Switching Power Loss Device Application Trends Device Cooling and Rerating Problems Questions 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 Problems Questions 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 Problems Questions 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 Problems Questions Further Reading Quality of Power Power Quality Terminology Electrical Bus Model Harmonics Power Quality Studies Harmonic Reduction IEEE Standard 519 International Standards Problems Questions Further Reading Power Converter Cooling Heat Transfer by Conduction Multiple Conduction Paths Convection and Radiation Thermal Transient Water Cooling Problems Questions 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 Questions 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 Questions Further Reading Superconductors in Navy Ships Superconductivity Degaussing Coil Synchronous Machines Superconducting Energy Storage Industry Applications Research Applications Critical B, J, T of the Superconductor Coil Design and Cooling Questions Further Reading Fuel Cell Power Electrochemistry Electrical Performance Common Fuel Cell Types Present and Future Use Present Development Issues Questions Further Reading Hybrid Propulsion Environmental Regulations Hybrid Tugboat Hybrid Ferry Hybrid Automobile Magnetohydrodynamics Propulsion in Ships Questions Further Reading Emerging Ocean Energy technologies Ocean Wave Power Wave Power Estimate Power Generation Schemes Questions Further Reading Marine Current Power Speed and Power Relations Present Developments Questions 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 Questions Further Reading System Integration aspects Large-Scale Energy Storage Electrochemical Battery Supercapacitor Rotating Flywheel Superconducting Coil Compressed Air Questions 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 Redundancies Failure Rate Statistics Mil-Hdbk-217 Count Method of Reliability Estimate Derating for Quick Estimate of Failure Rate Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis Questions Further Reading Index
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CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2012. 370 p. 184 Illustrations. — ISBN 13: 978-1-4398-2817-5 (eBook - PDF).
Shipboard Electrical Power Systems addresses new developments in this growing field. Focused on the trend toward electrification to power commercial shipping, naval, and passenger vessels, this book helps new or experienced engineers master cutting-edge methods for...