A medium frequency transformer with multiple secondary windings for medium voltage converter based wind turbine power generating systems

Publisher:
American Institute of Physics
Publication Type:
Journal article
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Islam, Md Rabiul, Guo, Youguang, and Zhu, Jianguo 2013, 'A medium frequency transformer with multiple secondary windings for medium voltage converter based wind turbine power generating systems', Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 113, no. 17, pp. 17A324-1-17A324-3.
Issue Date:
2013
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Recent advances in magnetic materials have led to the development of compact and light weight, medium and high frequency transformers, which would be a possible solution to reducing the size and weight of wind turbine power generating systems. This paper presents the overall design and analysis of a Metglas amorphous alloy 2605SA1 based medium frequency transformer to generate the isolated balanced multiple DC supplies for medium voltage converter systems. A comprehensive electromagnetic analysis is conducted on the proposed design based on experimental results. The test stand, data analysis, and test results are discussed.
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