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Eliminating Turn off Losses in IGBTs... UPDATED

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  1. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Like I said before.....

    Here you go.....

    http://www.genomerics.org/patent/patent.html

    Not finished yet, but it's a start.

    You will say 'Gosh!'

    It's an explanation of my crap patent explanation

    http://www.genomerics.org/patent/final.pdf

    Who's the bloke from Viet Nam who's been having problems downloading that
    one? There have been 476 attempts of which 318 have been from one IP.

    DNA

    But now there is the PFC part as an example added.

    DNA
     
  2. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    I like the idea.

    Have you tried it ?

    Graham
     
  3. Genome

    Genome Guest

    I'm too busy drinking my incapacity benefit.

    Thanks for paying your taxes.

    DNA
     
  4. Mike Monett

    Mike Monett Guest

    Hi Genome,

    This looks like a very interesting concept. Reducing losses by 75% is an
    impressive accomplishment.

    I'd like to run the LTspice model, but it needs your irgp50b60pmod.spi
    file. When I try to download it, I get the following error message:

    Forbidden

    You don't have permission to access /patent/irgp50b60pmod.spi on
    this server.

    Apache/1.3.33 Server at www.genomerics.org Port 80

    Can you change that so your fans can download the file?

    Regards,

    Mike Monett

    Antiviral, Antibacterial Silver Solution:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/index.htm
    SPICE Analysis of Crystal Oscillators:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/spice/xtal/clapp.htm
    Noise-Rejecting Wideband Sampler:
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/add.automation/sampler/intro.htm
     
  5. Genome

    Genome Guest

    That's a bit of a bum.... I had a look and, being thick, not only does it
    not like me either but it seems to hate me.

    Here's the text version....

    I will try and work things out otherwise.

    ..SUBCKT irgp50b60pd1 1 2 3
    * SPICE3 MODEL WITH THERMAL RC NETWORK
    **************************************
    * Model Generated by MODPEX *
    *Copyright(c) Symmetry Design Systems*
    * All Rights Reserved *
    * UNPUBLISHED LICENSED SOFTWARE *
    * Contains Proprietary Information *
    * Which is The Property of *
    * SYMMETRY OR ITS LICENSORS *
    *Commercial Use or Resale Restricted *
    * by Symmetry License Agreement *
    **************************************
    *Model generated on Jun 7, 04
    * MODEL FORMAT: SPICE3
    *Symmetry IGBT Model (Version 1.0)
    *External Node Designations
    *Node 1 -> a
    *Node 2 -> g
    *Node 3 -> k
    M1 9 6 8 8 MSUB L=100u W=100u
    ..MODEL MSUB NMOS LEVEL=1
    +VTO=5.14841 KP=4.6111 LAMBDA=0 CGSO=3.92729e-05
    RD 7 9 0.000923964
    RS 4 8 0.00104286

    *D1 3 1 50b60pd1
    *.MODEL 50b60pd1 d
    *+IS=1.45652e-10 RS=0.0257735 N=2 EG=0.600503
    *+XTI=0.5 BV=600 IBV=0.00025 CJO=2.89747e-10
    *+VJ=0.4 M=0.430499 FC=0.5 TT=1e-09
    *+KF=0 AF=1

    Q1 4 7 1 QSUB OFF
    ..MODEL QSUB PNP
    +IS=3.21641e-16 BF=40.1409 NF=1.22694 VAF=443.169
    +IKF=2586.69 ISE=9.8821e-12 NE=2.21576 BR=0.990766
    +NR=1.44702 VAR=123.998 IKR=999.935 ISC=1.00646e-11
    +NC=1.99793 RB=0.534983 IRB=487.231 RBM=1e-05
    +RE=1e-08 RC=0.00102494 XTB=0 XTI=2.99904
    +EG=1.13276 CJC=1.4649e-09 VJC=0.4 MJC=0.353063
    +CJE=1.4649e-08 VJE=0.4 MJE=0.2 TF=9.99991e-10
    RDS 7 4 1e8
    RER 4 3 0.00993049
    RG 6 2 2.86055
    RL 10 11 1
    D2 12 11 DCAP
    * Default values used in DCAP:
    * RS=0 EG=1.11 XTI=3.0 TT=0
    * BV=infinite IBV=1mA
    ..MODEL DCAP D IS=1e-32 N=50
    +CJO=1.5982e-09 VJ=0.4 M=0.716994 FC=0
    D3 0 11 DL
    * Default values used in DL:
    * EG=1.11 XTI=3.0 TT=0 CJO=0
    * RS=0 BV=infinite IBV=1mA
    ..MODEL DL D IS=1e-10 N=0.4
    VFI2 12 0 0
    FI2 6 7 VFI2 -1
    EV 10 0 7 6 1
    CAP 10 13 6.40436e-09
    RCAP 10 14 1
    D4 0 14 DL
    VFI1 13 14 0
    FI1 6 7 VFI1 -1
    ..ENDS irgp50b60pd1

    *SPICE 2-Layer Thermal Model Subcircuit
    ..SUBCKT irgp50b60pd1_igbtt 2 0

    R_RTHERM1 2 1 0.157214
    C_CTHERM1 2 0 0.002201
    R_RTHERM2 1 0 0.163184
    C_CTHERM2 1 0 26.22805

    ..ENDS irgp50b60pd1_igbtt

    * SPICE3 MODEL WITH THERMAL RC NETWORK

    *SPICE 3-Layer Thermal Model Subcircuit
    ..SUBCKT irgp50b60pd1_diodet 3 0

    R_RTHERM1 3 2 0.3601412
    C_CTHERM1 3 0 0.000311
    R_RTHERM2 2 1 0.8647836
    C_CTHERM2 2 0 0.0013691
    R_RTHERM3 1 0 0.473519
    C_CTHERM3 1 0 0.0681324

    ..ENDS irgp50b60pd1_diodet
     
  6. Mike Monett

    Mike Monett Guest

    That's great! Thanks.

    Regards,

    Mike Monett

    Antiviral, Antibacterial Silver Solution:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/index.htm
    SPICE Analysis of Crystal Oscillators:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/spice/xtal/clapp.htm
    Noise-Rejecting Wideband Sampler:
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/add.automation/sampler/intro.htm
     
  7. Mike Monett

    Mike Monett Guest

    RatsRatsRatsRats!

    I made a self-inflicted injury. I downloaded your page using HTtrack, and
    always tell it up to rename the files to the DOS 8+3 format. So your
    irgp50b60pd becomes irgp50b6, and I had to rename all the include
    statements in the LTspice files.

    But that sure messes everything up! Now it can't find the subckt, and
    probably a bunch of other things got screwed up also.

    Moral of the story - not sure yet. This may take a while to sort out.

    Regards,

    Mike Monett

    Antiviral, Antibacterial Silver Solution:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/index.htm
    SPICE Analysis of Crystal Oscillators:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/spice/xtal/clapp.htm
    Noise-Rejecting Wideband Sampler:
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/add.automation/sampler/intro.htm
     
  8. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Whoops.... fixed it.

    My html referred to the wrong directory so the server did a no-no.

    I think I've fixed it...... can you give it a quick go?

    Many thanks for the slap.

    DNA
     
  9. Mike Monett

    Mike Monett Guest

    That's even better. Now I can tell HTtrack to leave the filenames alone,
    and forget about trying to fix my DOS 8+3 blunder.

    Thanks, Genome!

    Regards,

    Mike Monett

    Antiviral, Antibacterial Silver Solution:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/index.htm
    SPICE Analysis of Crystal Oscillators:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/spice/xtal/clapp.htm
    Noise-Rejecting Wideband Sampler:
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/add.automation/sampler/intro.htm
     
  10. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Oh... good.

    Once again thanks for checking. I don't think anyone else has bothered with
    the simulation files but it would have been a little bit annoying if they
    couldn't get hold of the model required.

    And thanks for the HTtrack idea.... Good stuff, I ripped a couple of my
    favourite specialist fetish websites and got all the piccies.

    http://www.httrack.com/

    Monster!

    Hmmmm, now how do I set this thing up for....

    http://www.bbcd.de/menue.html

    DNA
     
  11. Mike Monett

    Mike Monett Guest

    Thanks Genome. LTspice now works fine!

    If you want to download the entire boot site, load HTtrack then load the
    HTtrack.opt file.

    Tell it where you want to put the download directory, and enter the url.

    Next, press the "Set Options" button.

    In the "Scan Rules" tab, click the images box and ensure the text area
    shows "+*.gif +*.jpg +*.png +*.tif +*.bmp". If there are multimedia files,
    then click the "mov..." box also.

    This tells HTtrack it can go anywhere on the web to retrieve those files.

    But do not tell it to download "htm", "html", etc. files. If the web site
    references those files on a different web site, HTtrack will go there and
    get them. They may themselves reference an unlimited number of files in
    other directories, so you may end up trying to download hundreds of
    gigabytes.

    In the "Limits" tab, set the maximum mirroring depth to 20. That should
    ensure you get pages that are way deep in directories.

    In the "Build" tab, tell it the folder structure you want, and tell it "no
    external pages". This keeps it from wandering all over the web and
    downloading everything in sight.

    In the "Mime Types" tab, ensure all entries are erased. Those are left over
    from previous releases, and HTtrack now figures out everything internally.
    But if you put anything in those fields, HTtrack gets confused and will
    probably ignore those file types.

    I think I got most of the critical things, but go through the rest of the
    tabs and try to set them to your preferences. Then save your settings for
    the next time.

    Now you can press "OK" and proceed to download your web site.

    Good luck, and let me know if everything worked OK.

    Regards,

    Mike Monett

    Antiviral, Antibacterial Silver Solution:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/index.htm
    SPICE Analysis of Crystal Oscillators:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/spice/xtal/clapp.htm
    Noise-Rejecting Wideband Sampler:
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/add.automation/sampler/intro.htm
     
  12. Mike Monett

    Mike Monett Guest

    I forgot two of the most important things:

    In the "Experts Only" tab, set "Travel Mode" to "Can Go Down".

    Set "Global Travel Mode" to "Stay on the same address".

    Now, it can only get html files in the current and child folders, but can
    go anywhere to get the images.

    You need to do this to prevent HTtrack from trying to download the entire
    web. But you also have to give it permission to go upstream or to other
    sites if necessary to retrieve the image files.

    Regards,

    Mike Monett

    Antiviral, Antibacterial Silver Solution:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/index.htm
    SPICE Analysis of Crystal Oscillators:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/spice/xtal/clapp.htm
    Noise-Rejecting Wideband Sampler:
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/add.automation/sampler/intro.htm
     
  13. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Don't get me wrong here but I think the right answer might have been....

    'Fiddle about with it until it works.'

    Which is the right answer for fiddleable software....

    I might have to practice on

    http://www.regenmantel.de

    She is just too Deirdre Barlow!

    I'd have a bash at

    http://www.kunzmann.com

    But they have too many piccies of blokes in rubber.

    What's that all about then? Why does a woman in fine latex look nice whereas
    a bloke looks like a prat.

    Oooops, bugger.

    I don't know you.

    DNA
     
  14. I'm not from Nam, but I can't seem to be able to download it.
    I'm on verizon.

    Cheers
     
  15. Mike Monett

    Mike Monett Guest

    Sometimes I can't reach sites for unknown reasons, but going through a
    proxy solves the problem. Try entering the url in

    http://anonymouse.org/anonwww.html

    Regards,

    Mike Monett

    Antiviral, Antibacterial Silver Solution:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/index.htm
    SPICE Analysis of Crystal Oscillators:
    http://silversol.freewebpage.org/spice/xtal/clapp.htm
    Noise-Rejecting Wideband Sampler:
    http://www3.sympatico.ca/add.automation/sampler/intro.htm
     
  16. Thanks, that worked.
     
  17. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    And you choose to publicise this fact ?

    Graham
     
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