This paper treats the theory and basic design of a DC-AC inverter. The output voltage, a periodic wave form, is derived from a low level DC source. The inverter's operation is described in detail for two different classes of switching device: SCR and transistor. A new design configuration which achieves higher efficiency than most commercial inverters on the market is discussed. Laboratory measurements for the design are tabulated in order to give an estimate of its performance.
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Walker, Robert L.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
iv, 62 pages
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