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K + 1)! 19. 17, and the local overheating would derate, degrade, or even damage the power semiconductor. Some practice in the assembly of power converters, such as long interconnects, large stray inductance in DC bus bars and a long distance between snubber circuits and power semiconductors, would impose extra electrical stress on the switches. 18 possess a strong nonlinearity in most cases, such as different characteristics of silicon devices under high and low voltages. Neglecting any of these propagations would pose a risk to the power electronic converter.

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2) t3 Other switching losses include reverse recovery loss [3] and forward recovery loss [4], which will be described in later chapters. The above definition facilitates the loss calculation to assess the thermal characteristics of the system but does not explain the mechanisms of switching losses. In the later sections we will explain that switching losses are of an electromagnetic nature and could be estimated accurately via Maxwell’s equations [5]. In order to estimate the switching losses, the current and voltage waveforms are linearized at different moments in the switching process.

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