Dynamic model of reversible thyristor transducers

Biya Motto Frederic., Tchuidjan Roger., Ndzana Benoit and Asonganyi D. N. Austin

Reversible thyristor transducers are used in reversible Direct Current electrical drives and are created from two non-reversible thyristor transducers installed in an opposite parallel manner, thus permitting to change the direction of load current.
Non-reversible thyristor transducers each have its own pulse phase control system: PPCS1 and PPCS2. Their control signals are formed by reversible transducer control system (RTCS). The latter can have various control principles and are divided into common and separated signals.

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