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[1] : [DIV144] Publications of the Colorado Power Electronics Center and Power Electronics WEB, juin 2002.
[94.3] S. Singer and R.W. Erickson, "Power-Source Element and Its Properties," IEE Proceedings - Circuits Devices and Systems, vol. 141, no. 3, pp.
220-226, June 1994.
[92.3] S. Singer and R. Erickson, "Canonical Modeling of Power Processing Circuits Based on the POPI Concept," IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics,
vol. 7, no. 1, January 1992.
[90.1] Robert Erickson, Michael Madigan, and Sigmund Singer, "Design of a Simple High Power Factor Rectifier Based on the Flyback Converter," IEEE
Applied Power Electronics Conference Record, pp. 792-801, March 1990.
[1] : [99ART062] S. SINGER, R.W. ERICKSON, Power-Source Element and Its Properties, IEE Proceedings - Circuits Devices and Systems, vol. 141, no. 3, pp. 220-226, June 1994.
[2] : [99ART064] R. ERICKSON, M. MADIGAN, S. SINGER, Design of a simple high-power-factor rectifier based on the flyback converter, IEEE APEC, 1990 Proceeding, pp. 792-801.
[3] : [99ART087] S. SINGER, R. ERICKSON, Canonical Modeling of Power Processing Circuits Based on the POPI Concept, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 7, no. 1, January 1992.
[4] : [ART134] S. SINGER, A. FUCHS, High quality rectification by means of LFR networks, POWER QUALITY PQ'95, BREMEN, novembre 1995, pp. 421-432.
[5] : [PAP028] R. W. ERICKSON, Optimal Single Resistor Damping of Input Filters., APEC 1999.
[6] : [99ART063] S. SINGER, The application of loss-free resistors in power processing circuits, IEEE Trans Power Electron, vol. 6, no 4, Oct 1991, pp 595-600.
Cité dans :[99ART059] D. MAKSIMOVIC, Y. JANG, R. ERICKSON, Nonlinear-carrier control for high power factor boost rectifiers, APEC'95.
Question : auteur "SINGER"
093 answers found in the COMPENDEX database
212 answers found in the INSPEC database
01 System-based intelligent control applied to electronic test generation and diagnostics using fuzzyART and genetic algorithms.
02 Transmission-line-based gyrator.
03 Next generation test generator (NGTG) for analog circuits.
04 Text generation test generator (NGTG) for digital circuits.
05 Next generation diagnostic ATPG system using the Verilog HDL.
06 Multiphase AC-DC conversion by means of loss-free resistive networks.
07 Energy compression by means of a switched mode topology of transmission lines.
08 Converter topology with gyrator characteristics.
09 Implementation of model-based intelligent next-generation test generator using neural networks.
10 High-frequency-operated converters based on transmission lines.
11 Issues associated with the use of diamond as a high-power optical material.
12 Current averaging networks based on transmission lines.
13 Pulsating power based on distributed elements.
14 Transmission line based power averaging.
15 Transformer matrix of some transmission lines topologies.
16 Transmission line based energy recovery circuits and their application in copper vapor laser systems.
17 Frequency effects in a pancake coil.
18 Power-source element and its properties.
19 Ozone, skin cancer, and the SST.
20 Transmission line-based loss-free resistor.
21 Immune response to glutamic acid decarboxylase correlates with insulitis in non-obese diabetic mice.
22 Using transmission lines properties for converter realization.
23 energy recovery of parasite pulses based on LFT topology.
24 Starting characteristics of direct current motors powered by solar cells.
25 Computational aerodynamics in aircraft design: Challenges and opportunities for Euler/Navier-Stokes methods.
Question : auteur "SINGER" et "power"
43 answers found in the COMPENDEX database
60 answers found in the INSPEC database
01 Transmission-line-based gyrator.
02 Multiphase AC-DC conversion by means of loss-free resistive networks.
03 Energy compression by means of a switched mode topology of transmission lines.
04 Converter topology with gyrator characteristics.
05 High-frequency-operated converters based on transmission lines.
06 Issues associated with the use of diamond as a high-power optical material.
07 Current averaging networks based on transmission lines.
08 Pulsating power based on distributed elements.
09 Transmission line based power averaging.
10 Transmission line based energy recovery circuits and their application in copper vapor laser systems.
11 Frequency effects in a pancake coil.
12 Power-source element and its properties.
13 Transmission line-based loss-free resistor.
14 Using transmission lines properties for converter realization.
15 Energy recovery of parasite pulses based on LFT topology.
16 Starting characteristics of direct current motors powered by solar cells.
17 Multikilojoule inductive modulator with solid-state opening switches.
18 Starting characteristics of permanent magnet and series excited motors powered by solar cells.Variation with solar radiation and temperature.
19 Canonical modeling of power processing circuits based on the POPI concept.
20 The application of loss-free resistors in power processing circuits.
21 Diamond. A high power optical material.
22 Design of a simple high-power-factor rectifier based on the flyback converter.
23 Magnification of starting torques of DC motors by maximum power point trackers in photovoltaic systems.
24 Realization of loss-free resistive elements.
25 Application of 'loss-free resistors' in power processing circuits.
26 Loss-free gyrator realization.
27 Contribution to the power processing of photovoltaic systems.
28 Gyrators application in power processing circuits.
29 Maximum power transfer from a nonlinear energy source to an arbitrary load.
30 Modeling and synthesis of harmonic-free power conversion and var compensation systems.
31 Canonical approach to energy processing network synthesis.
32 Pump depletion and laser staging for beat-wave accelerator.
33 General model of maximum power point trackers.
34 Power conversion and control with zero ac current harmonics by means of a time-variable transformer.
35 Recent advances in krf systems technology.
36 Characterization of pv array output using a small number of measured parameters.
37 Management of excess energy in autonomous photovoltaic systems.
38 Energy storage and flow control by means of a 2-port, time-variable coupling network.
39 Measurement of the state of battery charge using an improved loaded voltmeter test method.
40 Solar cell interconnections and the shadow problem.
41 High-density z-pinch pulse-power supply system.
42 Alignment system for large high-power pulsed co2 laser fusion systems.
43 Cold cathode electron guns in the lasl high power short-pulse co2 laser program.
01 Interleaved converters operation based on CMC.
02 Maximum power point tracker based on a loss free resistor topology.
03 Transmission-line-based gyrator.
04 Energy compression by means of a switched mode topology of transmission lines.
05 A converter topology with gyrator characteristics.
06 Multiphase AC-DC conversion by means of loss-free resistive networks.
07 Pulsating power based on distributed elements.
08 High-frequency-operated converters based on transmission lines.
09 Transmission line based power averaging.
10 Current averaging networks based on transmission lines.
11 Using transmission lines properties for converter realization.
12 Energy recovery of parasite pulses based on LFR topology.
13 Transmission line based energy recovery circuits and their application in copper vapor laser systems.
14 Frequency effects in a pancake coil.
15 Advances in tunable powerful lasers: the advanced free-electron laser.
16 Power-source element and its properties.
17 Transmission line-based loss-free resistor.
18 On the buffering condition implied by the stabilization of the output of switched mode converters.
19 Starting characteristics of direct current motors powered by solar cells.
20 Control implied input/output buffering of power conservative two port networks.
21 Multikilojoule inductive modulator with solid-state opening switches.
22 Starting characteristics of permanent magnet and series excited motors powered by solar cells: variation with solar radiation and temperature.
23 Canonical modeling of power processing circuits based on the POPI concept.
24 The application of loss-free resistors in power processing circuits.
25 Diamond: a high power optical material.
26 Design of a simple high-power-factor rectifier based on the flyback converter.
27 Magnification of starting torques of DC motors by maximum power point trackers in photovoltaic systems.
28 Realization of loss-free resistive elements.
29 The application of 'loss-free resistors' in power processing circuits.
30 Power processing by means of controlled gyrators.
31 Loss-free gyrator realization.
32 Contribution to the power processing of photovoltaic systems.
33 Gyrators application in power processing circuits.
34 Maximum power transfer from a nonlinear energy source to an arbitrary load.
35 Modeling and synthesis of harmonic-free power conversion and VAR compensation systems.
36 Canonical approach to energy processing network synthesis.
37 A general model of maximum power point trackers (solar power).
38 Pump depletion and laser staging for beat-wave accelerator.
39 Report of the working group on laser technology.
40 Excimer lasers for inertial confinement fusion.
41 Power conversion and control with zero AC current harmonics by means of a time-variable transformer.
42 Characterization of PV array output using a small number of measured parameters.
43 Management of excess energy in autonomous photovoltaic systems.
44 Energy storage and flow control by means of a 2-port, time-variable coupling network.
45 Measurement of the state of battery charge using an improved loaded voltmeter test method.
46 Transformer description of a family of switched systems.
47 Energy losses in conductors carrying very high currents.
48 High-power, short-pulse CO2 laser systems for inertial-confinement fusion.
49 Solar cell interconnections and the shadow problem.
50 High-density Z-pinch pulse-power supply system.
51 Alignment system for large high-power pulsed CO2 laser fusion systems.
52 Stabilization of high-gain multipass power amplifiers using saturable absorbers: Experience on the LASL eight-beam system.
53 Prepulse elimination in high-power CO2 lasers.
54 Gain suppression in high-gain CO2 laser amplifiers.
55 High power microwave components for satellite earth terminals operating in the 14-14.5 GHz band.
56 Interplanetary dust particles near Jupiter.
57 Microwave components for earth terminals-high power capability at low cost.
58 The design of high power 12 GHz microwave components for use in broadcast communications satellite systems.
59 Microwave components for earth terminals-high power capability at low cost.
60 Environmental quality and the economics of cooling.
Lien : private/R_SINGER.pdf - 86 Ko, 10 articles.
Lien : private/SINGER1.htm - 28Ko, 10 articles.
Title : "Next generation test generator (NGTG) for analog circuits."
Author : Venetsky, L. (Naval Air Warfare Cent, Lakehurst, NJ, USA); Singer, S.
[1] : [PAP157] Référence non disponible.
[2] : [99ART081] S. SINGER, A. FUCH, Multiphase AC-DC conversion by means of loss-free resistive networks., IEE Proceedings: Circuits, Devices and Systems, vol. 143, no. 4, Aug 1996, pp. 233-240.
[3] : [99ART062] S. SINGER, R.W. ERICKSON, Power-Source Element and Its Properties, IEE Proceedings - Circuits Devices and Systems, vol. 141, no. 3, pp. 220-226, June 1994.
[4] : [99ART063] S. SINGER, The application of loss-free resistors in power processing circuits, IEEE Trans Power Electron, vol. 6, no 4, Oct 1991, pp 595-600.
[5] : [99ART064] R. ERICKSON, M. MADIGAN, S. SINGER, Design of a simple high-power-factor rectifier based on the flyback converter, IEEE APEC, 1990 Proceeding, pp. 792-801.
[6] : [99ART082] S. SINGER, Realization of loss-free resistive elements, IEEE Trans Circuits Syst, vol. 37, no. 1, Jan. 1990, pp. 54-60.
[7] : [99ART083] S. SINGER, The application of 'loss-free resistors' in power processing circuits, IEEE PESC, 1989 Record, pp.843-846.
[8] : [99ART084] S. SINGER, A. BRAUSTEIN, Maximum power transfer from a nonlinear energy source to an arbitrary load, IEE Proc Part C, vol. 134, no. 4, July 1987, pp. 281-287.
[9] : [99ART085] S. SINGER, Modeling and synthesis of harmonic-free power conversion and var compensation systems, IEEE Trans Ind Electron, vol. IE-34, no. 2, May 1987, pp. 257-262.
[10] : [99ART086] S. SINGER, Power conversion and control with zero ac current harmonics by means of a time-variable transformer, IEE Proc Part G, vol. 131, no. 4, August 1984, pp. 147-150.
[1] : [99ART087] S. SINGER, R. ERICKSON, Canonical Modeling of Power Processing Circuits Based on the POPI Concept, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, vol. 7, no. 1, January 1992.
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