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, Pages xi-xii

, Pages xv-xviii
- creation: when you imagine schooling is pricey, attempt ignorance!: An interview with Dr. Amory lovins on know-how, the surroundings, and the existential pleasures of whole-system engineering

, Pages 3-12, Lee H. Goldberg
Chapter 1 - Designing energy-efficient computers utilizing built-in strength management

, Pages 15-28, Gary Smerdon
Chapter 2 - strength effective three-phase AC motor drives for equipment and business applications

, Pages 29-42, Radim Visinka
Chapter three - A high-voltage strength issue controller is helping increase strength quality

, Pages 43-56, Ondrej Pauk, Petr Lidik
Chapter four - Designing high-efficiency DSP-based motor controls for buyer goods

, Pages 57-65, Aengus Murray
Chapter five - layout for Disassembly, Reuse, and Recycling

, Pages 69-82, Pitipong Veerakamolmal, Surendra Gupta
Chapter 6 - Defining Electronics Recycling

, Pages 83-90, Craig Boswell
Chapter 7 - Sensor-based info recording for recycling: A inexpensive know-how for embedded product self-identification and standing reporting

, Pages 91-101, Markus Klausner, Wolfgang M. Grimm, Arpad Horvath
Chapter eight - A Survey of DfE software

, Pages 105-112, Joan Williams
Chapter nine - layout for surroundings: a published circuit board meeting example

, Pages 113-122, Sudarshan Siddhaye, Paul Sheng
Chapter 10 - towards built-in product life-cycle layout tools

, Pages 123-130, Brian Glazebrook
Introduction: digital production strategies and the environment

, Pages 133-134, Christopher Rhodes
Chapter eleven - collection of plastics utilizing rate, structural, and environmental factors

, Pages 137-142, William Trumble
Chapter 12 - Battery choice and application—environmental considerations

, Pages 143-150, George L. Yender
Chapter thirteen - imposing eco-friendly revealed wiring board manufacturing

, Pages 153-160, Holly Evans, John W. Lott
Chapter 14 - No-lead solder assembly

, Pages 161-170, William Trumble
Chapter 15 - Chemical conversion coatings on digital equipment

, Pages 171-175, William Trumble
Introduction: Musings prior to a brand new dawn

, Pages 179-181, Ted D. Polakowski
Chapter sixteen - DfE for engineering managers: Making it count-DfE and the ground line

, Pages 185-192, Jill Matzke
Chapter 17 - Making it happen—DfE implementation

, Pages 193-199, Jill Matzke
Chapter 18 - Getting the maths correct: actual costing via product existence cycles

, Pages 201-214, Kelly Weinschenk
Chapter 19 - layout for environment—A eu logistics perspective

, Pages 215-224, Carsten Nagel
Chapter 20 - assembly the letter and spirit of environmental administration utilizing the ISO 14001 standard

, Pages 227-243, James Lamprecht
Chapter 21 - ISO 14001 for the surroundings and your backside line

, Pages 245-252, Jim Hart
Chapter 22 - past ISO 14000: ST microelectronics as a case learn in environmental leadership

, Pages 253-256, Carol Brown

, Pages 259-263, Lee H. Goldberg
Chapter 23 - Designing a greater the next day to come this present day with self-disassembling electronics

, Pages 267-280, Joseph Chiodo, Eric H. Billett
Chapter 24 - Ultralight hybrid vehicles—principles and design

, Pages 281-296, Timothy C. Moore
Chapter 25 - the surroundings and nanotechnology

, Pages 297-301, Di Rodi Vincent F.
Appendix A - A case study

, Pages 305-310, William Trumble
Appendix B - Case study

, Pages 311-314, William Trumble, Pat Lawless
Appendix C - Case study

, Pages 315-321, William Trumble
Appendix D - Resources

, Pages 323-324
Appendix E - writer touch Information

, Pages 325-329

, Pages 331-340

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The DC-bus current also must be checked to avoid overcurrent production. Further, the control algorithm may require the analog DC-bus current amount. The current is measured by a current-sensing resistor inserted into the ground path of the DC-bus lines, while an operational amplifier amplifies the sensed voltage. The voltage signal is transferred through an opto-isolation amplifier and compared with the threshold. In case of overcurrent, the comparison circuit generates a fault signal connected to the fault input of the microcontroller PWM unit.

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In this design, IGBTs with a free-wheeling diode were chosen. Their good current characteristics and relatively high frequency response enable the designer to drive the motor efficiently with a 16-20 kHz PWM frequency that is above the audible noise limit. Figure 2-2 shows a basic schematic of the inverter. Except for the described devices, the power stage includes high-voltage IGBT drivers that drive the power devices. Feedback Sensors The proper operation of the control system requires collection of feedback signals that are accurate representations of DC-bus voltage, DC-bus current, and motor speed.

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