Modeling Bipolar Power Semiconductor Devices

Modeling Bipolar Power Semiconductor Devices

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This book presents physics-based models of bipolar power semiconductor devices and their implementation in MATLAB and Simulink. The devices are subdivided into different regions, and the operation in each region, along with the interactions at the interfaces which are analyzed using basic semiconductor physics equations that govern their behavior. The Fourier series solution is used to solve the ambipolar diffusion equation in the lightly doped drift region of the devices. In addition to the external electrical characteristics, internal physical and electrical information, such as the junction voltages and the carrier distribution in different regions of the device, can be obtained using the models.Introduction. to. Power. Semiconductor. Device. Modeling. Power semiconductor devices are key components of power ... six model levels that can be adapted for categorization of device models in any circuit simulator or finite element (or finite anbsp;...

Title:Modeling Bipolar Power Semiconductor Devices
Author: Tanya Kirilova Gachovska, Jerry L. Hudgins, Enrico Santi
Publisher:Morgan & Claypool Publishers - 2013-03-01

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