Thermal aspects of a low cost power electronic converter for high capacity, smart residential distribution networks

  • Arash Amiri (Creator)
  • Andrew Cross (Creator)

Dataset

Description

Collection Method: File Fig2.m data generated on 05/01/2016. These are the different MCBs trip-time versus time characteristics and associated PEC trip characteristic. • File Fig3.m data generated on 15/11/2015. These are the results from LTspice Simulation showing the power dissipations of the AC chopper with 4 off, 300 A SiC MOSFET modules. • File Fig7.m data generated on 09/08/2015. These are the results based on the thermal measurements (in deg. C) taken from the meter box locations. • File Fig8.m data generated on 11/09/2015. These are the estimated and measured results based on the thermal measurements (in deg. C) taken from the meter box locations. • File Fig9.m data generated on 05/01/2016. These are the measured results, showing the coordination of PEC trip characteristic and Heatsinks thermal capacities. • File Fig11.m data generated on 05/01/2016. These are the ANSYS simulation results, showing the coordination of PEC trip characteristic and Heatsinks thermal capacities.

Funding: Engineering and Physcial Sciences Research Council

Corporate Partner: Schneider Electric Ltd, Turbo Power System, Western Power Distribution, Anvil Semiconductors Ltd, Exception EMS Ltd
Date made available1 Feb 2017
PublisherAston Data Explorer
Date of data production2015 - 2016

Research Output

  • 1 Conference contribution

Thermal aspects of a low cost power electronic converter for high capacity, smart residential distribution networks

Amiri, A., Cross, A. M., Ignadossian, N., Safari, S., Ward, P. & Owen, M., 10 Nov 2016, 8th IET International Conference on Power Electronics, Machines and Drives (PEMD 2016), 2016. IET, 6 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference publication

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    Amiri, A. (Creator), Cross, A. (Creator) (1 Feb 2017). Thermal aspects of a low cost power electronic converter for high capacity, smart residential distribution networks. Aston Data Explorer. 10.17036/researchdata.aston.ac.uk.00000175