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Content posted in November 2001
Digital Measurement System for Power Quality Evaluation
11/26/2001   Post a comment
Many of today's electronics components are very sensitive to the quality of the AC power source on which they operate. Giovanni Bucci, Edoardo Fiorucci, and Carmine Landi of the Università di L'Aquila, Italy describe a PC-based virtual instrument for a distributed power-quality evaluation system.
Static Converter Optimization
11/21/2001   1 comment
Analyzing power converters using time-domain simulation is lengthy and very memory-intensive. C. Larouci and colleages from the Laboratoire d'Electrotechnique de Grenoble, France show how to analyze a flyback circuit using analytical models to optimize the volume of the circuit under EMC and loss constraints.

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