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DC Boost Application
flowSOL 1 BI
600V/50A
General conditions
BOOST
=
=
=
=
VGEon
VGEoff
Rgon
Rgoff
Figure 1.
IGBT
15 V
-15 V
4Ω
4Ω
Figure 2.
Typical average static loss as a function of
input current IiRMS
Ploss=f(Iin)
FWD
Typical average static loss as a function of
input current IiRMS
Ploss=f(Iin)
70
Vin/Vout=1
Ploss (W)
Ploss (W)
100
Vin/Vout=0,2
60
80
50
60
40
30
40
20
20
10
Vin/Vout=1
Vin/Vout=0,2
0
0
10
20
30
40
0
50
0
Iin (A)
125
°C
Conditions:
Tj=
Ratio of input DC voltage to output DC voltage
parameter:
Vin/Vout
from
in
10
20
30
40
Iin (A)
50
Conditions:
Tj=
125
°C
Ratio of input DC voltage to output DC voltage
0,2
0,2
to
steps
1,0
Figure 3.
parameter:
Vin/Vout
from
in
0,2
0,2
to
steps
1,0
Figure 4.
IGBT
Typical average switching loss as a function of
input current
Ploss=f(Iin)
FWD
Typical average switching loss as a function of
input current
Ploss=f(Iin)
8
100
Ploss (W)
Ploss (W)
fsw="to" kHz
fsw="to" kHz
80
6
60
4
40
2
20
fsw="from" kHz
fsw="from" kHz
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
0
50
10
20
30
40
Iin (A)
Conditions:
Sw. freq.
Tj=
125
350
Vout =
fsw from
8
in steps of factor 2
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°C
V
Conditions:
kHz to
64
50
Iin (A)
kHz
Sw. freq.
1
Tj=
125
Vout =
350
fsw from
8
in steps of factor 2
°C
V
kHz to
64
kHz
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DC Boost Application
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Figure 5.
per PHASE
Figure 6.
Typical available input current as a function of
Vin/Vout
Iin=f(Vin/Vout)
per PHASE
Typical available input current as a function of
switching frequency
Iin=f(fsw)
45
Th=60°C
30
Iin (A)
Iin (A)
600V/50A
40
25
35
30
20
Th=60°C
25
15
20
15
Th=100°C
10
10
5
Th=100°C
5
0
0,0
0,2
0,4
0,6
0,8
0
1,0
1
10
100
1000
Vin/Vout
Conditions:
DC link=
parameter:
350
Tj= Tjmax-25°C
V
Heatsink temp.
Th from
in
fsw=
16
fsw (kHz)
Conditions:
DC link=
kHz
parameter:
60
10
°C to
°C
100
steps
Figure 7.
°C
per PHASE
350
Tj= Tjmax-25°C
V
Heatsink temp.
Th from
in
Vin
60
10
°C to
°C
250
V
100
steps
°C
Figure 8.
per PHASE
Typical available input current as a function of
Typical available electric input power as a function
fsw and Vin/Vout
Iin=f(fsw,Vin/Vout)
of heatsink temperature
Pin=f(Th)
0,10
Pin (kW)
Vin/Vout
0,20
Iin (A)
8
0,30
7
6
"from" kHz
0,40
35,0-40,0
5
30,0-35,0
0,50
25,0-30,0
to" kHz
4
20,0-25,0
0,60
15,0-20,0
3
10,0-15,0
0,70
5,0-10,0
2
0,0-5,0
0,80
1
4
8
16
32
64
0,90
128
0
60
70
80
90
fsw (kHz)
Conditions:
Tj= Tjmax-25°C
DC link=
Th=
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100
Th (oC)
Conditions:
350 V
80 °C
Vin
Sw. freq.
2
Tj= Tjmax-25°C
250 V
fsw from
8
DC link=
kHz to
350 V
64
kHz
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DC Boost Application
flowSOL 1 BI
Figure 9.
600V/50A
per PHASE
Typical efficiency as a function of
input power
η=f(Pin)
efficiency (%)
100,0
99,5
"from" kHz
99,0
98,5
"to" kHz
98,0
97,5
97,0
0
2
4
6
8
10
Pin (kW)
Conditions:
Tj= Tjmax-25°C
Vin
parameter:
250 V
Sw. freq.
fsw from
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DC link=
8
kHz to
350 V
64 kHz
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H-Bridge Application
flowSOL 1 BI
600V/50A
General conditions
H Bridge SPWM
VGEon = 15 V
VGEoff = 0 V
Rgon = 4 Ω
Rgoff = 4 Ω
IGBT
Figure 1
Typical average static loss as a function of output current
Ploss = f(Iout)
45
60
Ploss (W)
Ploss (W)
FWD
Figure 2
Typical average static loss as a function of output current
Ploss = f(Iout)
Voutpk/Vin*
cosfi=1
40
50
35
Voutpk/Vin*
cosfi=-1
40
30
25
30
20
20
15
10
10
Voutpk/Vin*
cosfi=-1
5
Voutpk/Vin*
cosfi=1
0
0
0
At
Tj =
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
0
45
50
Iout (A)
At
Tj =
°C
125
Mi*cosfi from -1 to 1 in steps of 0,2
5
10
125
15
20
25
30
35
45
50
Iout (A)
°C
Mi*cosfi from -1 to 1 in steps of 0,2
IGBT
Figure 3
Typical average switching loss
as a function of output current
Typical average switching loss
as a function of output current
Ploss = f(Iout)
Ploss (W)
Ploss (W)
fsw="to"kHz
16
FWD
Figure 4
20
Ploss = f(Iout)
2,5
2,0
12
1,5
8
1,0
4
0,5
fsw="to" kHz
fsw="from" kHz
fsw="from" kHz
0
0,0
0
At
Tj =
40
5
10
125
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
Iout (A)
50
0
10
15
20
25
30
35
Iout (A)
At
Tj =
°C
DC link = 350
V
fsw from 4 kHz to 32 kHz in steps of factor 2
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125
°C
DC link = 350
V
fsw from 4 kHz to 32 kHz in steps of factor 2
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Output Inverter Application
flowSOL 1 BI
Phase
Figure 5
Typical available 50Hz output current
as a function Mi*cosfi
Phase
Figure 6
Typical available 50Hz output current
as a function of switching frequency
Iout = f(Mi*cosfi)
Th=60°C
70
Iout = f(fsw)
80
Iout (A)
80
Iout (A)
600V/50A
Th=60°C
70
60
60
50
50
40
Th=100°C
40
Th=100°C
30
30
20
20
10
10
0
-1,0
-0,6
-0,2
0,2
0,6
0
1,0
1
10
100
Voutpk/Vin*cosfi
At
Tj =
125
fsw (kHz)
At
Tj =
°C
DC link = 350
V
fsw =
16
kHz
Th from 60 °C to 100 °C in steps of 5 °C
125
°C
DC link = 350
V
Mi*cosfi = 1
Th from 60 °C to 100 °C in steps of 5 °C
Phase
Figure 7
-0,80
60,0-65,0
-0,60
60
Th=60°C
Iout (A)
Iout (A)
Typical available output current
as a function of switching frequency
Iout=f(fsw)
Voutpk/Vin*cosfi
-1,00
Phase
Figure 8
Typical available 50Hz output current
as a function of Voutpk/Vin*cosfi and switching frequency
Iout=f(fsw,Mi*cosfi)
50
55,0-60,0
-0,40
50,0-55,0
40
45,0-50,0
-0,20
40,0-45,0
35,0-40,0
30
0,00
30,0-35,0
Th=100°C
25,0-30,0
20,0-25,0
0,20
15,0-20,0
20
10,0-15,0
0,40
5,0-10,0
0,0-5,0
0,60
10
0,80
0
1,00
2
4
8
16
32
64
1
10
fsw (kHz)
100
fsw (kHz)
At
Tj =
125
°C
At
Tj =
125
°C
DC link =
Th =
350
80
V
°C
DC link =
Mi*cosfi =
350
0
V
Th from 60 °C to 100 °C in steps of 5 °C
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Output Inverter Application
flowSOL 1 BI
Inverter
Figure 9
Inverter
Figure 10
Typical available peak output power as a function of
Pout=f(Th)
heatsink temperature
Typical efficiency as a function of output power
efficiency=f(Pout)
100,0
efficiency (%)
18
Pout (kW)
600V/50A
16
14
99,5
99,0
12
"from" kHz
"from" kHz
98,5
10
98,0
8
"to" kHz
97,5
"to" kHz
6
97,0
4
96,5
2
96,0
0
60
70
80
90
0
100
2
4
6
Th (oC)
At
Tj =
125
10
12
Pout (kW)
At
Tj =
°C
DC link = 350
V
Mi =
1
cosfi =
1
fsw from 4 kHz to 32 kHz in steps of factor 2
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125
°C
DC link = 350
V
Mi =
1
cosfi =
1
fsw from 4 kHz to 32 kHz in steps of factor 2
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