Realisation and characterisation of compact generic IGBT-based multiphase power converters using the two-chip multi-pole integration approach

Adem Lale 1, * Nicolas Videau 1 Abdelilah El Khadiry 1 Abdelhakim Bourennane 1 Frédéric Richardeau 2
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1 LAAS-ISGE - Équipe Intégration de Systèmes de Gestion de l'Énergie
LAAS - Laboratoire d'analyse et d'architecture des systèmes
2 CS - Convertisseurs Statiques
LAPLACE - LAboratoire PLasma et Conversion d'Energie
Abstract : This paper deals with the integration of power converters. The proposed integration approach combines both monolithic integration in silicon and hybrid integration on a DBC/PCB substrate. This new approach allows to devise new power converter assemblies that are of higher performance and reliability as compared to the conventional one. In this paper we present the « two-chip » multi-pole integration approach that integrates a multi-phase converter within two generic monolithic macro-chips. To validate the approach, a common anode macro-chip and two RC-IGBTs were judiciously assembled on PCB substrate to realize a first setup designed as a H-bridge generic converter. First characterization results of the converter are provided in static and switching modes.
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Adem Lale, Nicolas Videau, Abdelilah El Khadiry, Abdelhakim Bourennane, Frédéric Richardeau. Realisation and characterisation of compact generic IGBT-based multiphase power converters using the two-chip multi-pole integration approach. 4th Micro/Nano-Electronics Packaging and Assembly, Design and Manufacturing Forum (MiNaPAD Forum 2015), April 21-23 2015, Grenoble (FRANCE), Apr 2015, Grenoble, France. ⟨hal-01234269⟩

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