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Semiconductors

Converters, rectifiers, diodes, thyristors

Convert and rectify power using semiconductors.

Simscape Blocks

Average-Value InverterConvert DC voltage to three-phase AC voltage with fixed power loss
Average-Value RectifierConvert three-phase AC voltage to DC voltage with fixed power loss
ConverterConnect three-phase AC network to DC network
RectifierConvert three-phase AC voltage to DC voltage
Six-Pulse Gate MultiplexerMultiplex gate input signals to Converter block
Three-Level ConverterConnect three-phase AC network to three-level DC network
Twelve-Pulse Gate MultiplexerMultiplex gate input signals to Three-Level Converter block
Commutation DiodePiecewise linear diode with charge dynamics and junction capacitance
DiodePiecewise linear diode
GTOGate Turn-Off Thyristor
IGBTInsulated-Gate Bipolar Transistor
Ideal Semiconductor SwitchIdeal Semiconductor Switch
MOSFETN-channel MOSFET
ThyristorThyristor
Cauer Thermal Model ElementHeat transfer through an individual layer of a semiconductor module
Foster Thermal ModelHeat transfer through a semiconductor module
Thermal ResistorHeat transfer by conduction through a layer of material

Topics

Simulate Thermal Losses in Semiconductors

Model heat loss using thermal variants and thermal blocks from the Simscape™ Power Systems™ Simscape Components library.

Essential Power Engineering Modeling Techniques

Apply Simscape modeling rules when you build three-phase networks using Simscape Power Systems Simscape Components.

Three-Phase Ports

Connect three-phase blocks using composite ports for three-phase lines or expanded ports for single-phase lines.

Switch Between Physical Signal and Electrical Ports

Switch between a physical signal port and an electrical conserving port on a Simscape Power Systems Simscape Components block.

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