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# High voltage

About: High voltage is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 54781 publications have been published within this topic receiving 349238 citations.

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TL;DR: In this article, the fundamental principles, performance, characteristics, present and future applications of electrochemical capacitors are presented in this communication, and different applications demanding large ECs with high voltage and improved energy and power density are under discussion.

4,175 citations

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TL;DR: An improved voltage multiplier technique has been developed for generating +40 V internally in p-channel MNOS integrated circuits to enable them to be operated from standard +5- and -12-V supply rails.

Abstract: An improved voltage multiplier technique has been developed for generating +40 V internally in p-channel MNOS integrated circuits to enable them to be operated from standard +5- and -12-V supply rails. With this technique, the multiplication efficiency and current driving capability are both independent of the number of multiplier stages. A mathematical model and simple equivalent circuit have been developed for the multiplier and the predicted performance agrees well with measured results. A multiplier has already been incorporated into a TTL compatible nonvolatile quad-latch, in which it occupies a chip area of 600 /spl mu/m/spl times/240 /spl mu/m. It is operated with a clock frequency of 1 MHz and can supply a maximum load current of about 10 /spl mu/A. The output impedance is 3.2 M/spl Omega/.

1,726 citations

01 Jan 1992

TL;DR: In this paper, a multilevel commutation cell is introduced for high-voltage power conversion, which can be applied to either choppers or voltage-source inverters and generalized to any number of switches.

Abstract: The authors discuss high-voltage power conversion. Conventional series connection and three-level voltage source inverter techniques are reviewed and compared. A novel versatile multilevel commutation cell is introduced: it is shown that this topology is safer and more simple to control, and delivers purer output waveforms. The authors show how this technique can be applied to either choppers or voltage-source inverters and generalized to any number of switches.<>

1,202 citations

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29 Jun 1992TL;DR: In this paper, a multilevel commutation cell is introduced for high-voltage power conversion, which can be applied to either choppers or voltage-source inverters and generalized to any number of switches.

Abstract: The authors discuss high-voltage power conversion. Conventional series connection and three-level voltage source inverter techniques are reviewed and compared. A novel versatile multilevel commutation cell is introduced: it is shown that this topology is safer and more simple to control, and delivers purer output waveforms. The authors show how this technique can be applied to either choppers or voltage-source inverters and generalized to any number of switches. >

1,197 citations

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01 Jan 1970

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors describe the generation of high voltages, measurement of high voltage measurements and field stress control, electrical breakdown in gases, and non-destructive insulation test techniques.

Abstract: Introduction Generation of high voltages Measurement of high voltages Electrostatic fields and field stress control Electrical breakdown in gases Breakdown in solid and liquid bielectrics Non-destructive insulation test techniques Overvoltages, testing procedures and insulation coordination Design and testing of external insulation Index

974 citations