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Design Evaluation of a High Voltage High Frequency Pulse Transformer

Ivanov, Dmitri LU (2015) In CODEN:LUTEDX/TEIE EIE920 20151
Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation
Abstract
Unlike commonly used regular transformers, high voltage, high frequency,
pulsed transformers are generally represented in special purpose
applications. This often means that these electrical devices must
be tailored in accordance with the specic requirements of the project.
The pulse transformer under analysis in this thesis is a prototype machine
variation of which will serve as an essential part of klystron feeder
system at the European Spallation Source.
In the given application hundreds of pulse transformers will be required
in order to supply power for the particle accelerator. The devices
will be be integrated into high voltage, high frequency, pulsed power
modules. The importance of careful analysis of the prototype system... (More)
Unlike commonly used regular transformers, high voltage, high frequency,
pulsed transformers are generally represented in special purpose
applications. This often means that these electrical devices must
be tailored in accordance with the specic requirements of the project.
The pulse transformer under analysis in this thesis is a prototype machine
variation of which will serve as an essential part of klystron feeder
system at the European Spallation Source.
In the given application hundreds of pulse transformers will be required
in order to supply power for the particle accelerator. The devices
will be be integrated into high voltage, high frequency, pulsed power
modules. The importance of careful analysis of the prototype system
can therefore not be stressed enough.
Throughout this thesis work the reliability and functionality of the
prototype pulse transformer are examined closely with help of analytic
methods, computer aided simulation and laboratory analysis. The design
is evaluated in terms of several important qualities such as low
voltage drop, sucient rise times and ability to operate without occurrence
of unwanted high voltage phenomena. Both electromagnetic
and mechanic aspects are included into the study.
As the result of the performed work, an evaluation conclusion is
presented together with possible improvements of the current design.
Aim of the study is to provide a verication as well as present possible
alternatives for the transformer system design. (Less)
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author
Ivanov, Dmitri LU
supervisor
organization
course
EIE920 20151
year
type
H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
subject
keywords
High Voltage, High Frequency, Pulse Transformer, FEM, Finite Element Method
publication/series
CODEN:LUTEDX/TEIE
report number
5361
language
English
id
7764448
date added to LUP
2015-12-11 11:06:42
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2015-12-11 11:06:42
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  abstract     = {Unlike commonly used regular transformers, high voltage, high frequency,
pulsed transformers are generally represented in special purpose
applications. This often means that these electrical devices must
be tailored in accordance with the specic requirements of the project.
The pulse transformer under analysis in this thesis is a prototype machine
variation of which will serve as an essential part of klystron feeder
system at the European Spallation Source.
In the given application hundreds of pulse transformers will be required
in order to supply power for the particle accelerator. The devices
will be be integrated into high voltage, high frequency, pulsed power
modules. The importance of careful analysis of the prototype system
can therefore not be stressed enough.
Throughout this thesis work the reliability and functionality of the
prototype pulse transformer are examined closely with help of analytic
methods, computer aided simulation and laboratory analysis. The design
is evaluated in terms of several important qualities such as low
voltage drop, sucient rise times and ability to operate without occurrence
of unwanted high voltage phenomena. Both electromagnetic
and mechanic aspects are included into the study.
As the result of the performed work, an evaluation conclusion is
presented together with possible improvements of the current design.
Aim of the study is to provide a verication as well as present possible
alternatives for the transformer system design.},
  author       = {Ivanov, Dmitri},
  keyword      = {High Voltage,High Frequency,Pulse Transformer,FEM,Finite Element Method},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {CODEN:LUTEDX/TEIE},
  title        = {Design Evaluation of a High Voltage High Frequency Pulse Transformer},
  year         = {2015},
}