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Power Electrical Systems

Extended Papers 2017

Ed. by Derbel, Faouzi / Derbel, Nabil / Kanoun, Olfa

Series:Advances in Systems, Signals and Devices 7

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Publication Date:
July 2018
Copyright year:
2018
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978-3-11-047052-9
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Implementation of a Temperature Measurement Method for Condition Monitoring of IGBT Converter Modules in Online-Mode

Strauß, B. / Lindemann, A.

Abstract

The first part of this contribution, up to and including section "Accuracy analysis of the measurement concept", reproduces the results taken from the original paper published at the "International Multi-Conference on Systems, Signals and Devices 2016" in Leipzig, [10]. The second part adds results, which were presented in a submission at the "PCIM 2016" in Nuremberg, [12]. A measurement concept to determine junction temperatures based on a temperature sensitive electrical parameter (TSEP) of IGBTs will be described. For this purpose, the relationship between the used TSEP and the junction temperature is derived using semiconductor physical laws. Subsequently, the defined measurement concept will be described with respect to the function and its verification. In the context of a correlation and an accuracy analysis, a suitable calibration approach will be developed. Further, an integration of the measurement system into a three-phase converter application is described. In addition to results of a calibration procedure, the connection of the measurement system to the power circuits and a centralized data acquisition will be discussed

Citation Information

B. Strauß, A. Lindemann (2018). Implementation of a Temperature Measurement Method for Condition Monitoring of IGBT Converter Modules in Online-Mode. In Faouzi Derbel, Nabil Derbel, Olfa Kanoun (Eds.), Power Electrical Systems: Extended Papers 2017 (pp. 179–200). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110470529-011

Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110470529

Online ISBN: 9783110470529

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