"This research focuses on electromagnetic interference (EMI) / electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) design and analysis in power electronics systems. To limit the EMI under the standards, different methods and strategies are investigated. Parasitic parameters of high frequency (HF) transformer are analyzed using a novel analytical method, finite element method (FEM), and experimental measurements for different structures and windings arrangements. Also, the magnetic field, electric field, electric displacement, and electric potential distribution are simulated and analyzed. Moreover, a high voltage system is considered and analyzed to improve the EMC. The EMI propagation paths are analyzed. The EMI noise level of the system is obtained and compared to the IEC61800-3 standard. To improve the EMC, the parasitic parameters of the transformer, as the main path of EMI circulation, are analyzed and optimized to block the propagation. Furthermore, the geometry structure of the HF transformer is optimized to lower the parasitics in the system. Three pareto-optimal techniques are investigated for the optimization. The models and results are verified by 3D-FEM and experimental results for several given scenarios. Furthermore, the EMC modeling and conducted EMI analysis are developed for a system including an AC-DC-DC power supply (rectifier and dual active bridge (DAB) converter). Moreover, the common mode (CM) EMI noise propagation through the system is discussed and the noise sources and effect of components on the noise are analyzed. Additionally, the CM impedance of different parts of the system and the noise levels are discussed. Finally, EMI attenuation techniques were applied to the system"--Abstract, page iv.
Kimball, Jonathan W.
Rownaghi, Ali A.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Investigation of various transformer topologies for HF isolation applications
- EMC improvement for high voltage pulse transformers by pareto-optimal design of geometry structure based on parasitic analysis and EMI propagation
- EMC modeling and conducted EMI analysis for a pulsed power generator system including and AC-DC-DC power supply
xiii, 117 pages
© 2021 Mohamad Saleh Sanjari Nia, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Open Access
Electronic OCLC #
Sanjari Nia, Mohamad Saleh, "Modeling and analyzing parasitic parameters in high frequency converters" (2021). Doctoral Dissertations. 2984.