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The MCTs have smaller on-state voltage drops compared to IGBTs of similar ratings and are presently available in voltage ratings to 1500 V with current ratings of 50 A to a few hundred amperes. Devices with voltage ratings of 2500-3000 V have been demonstrated in prototypes and will be available soon. The current ratings of individual MCTs are significantly less than those of GTOs because individual MCTs cannot be made as large in cross-sectional area as a GTO due to their more complex structure.
2-4c, the thyristor current reverses itself before becoming zero. The important parameter is not the time it takes for the current to become zero from its negative value, but rather the turn-off time interval fq defined in Fig. 2-4c from the zero crossover of the current to the zero crossover of the voltage across the thyristor. During rq a reverse voltage must be maintained across the thyristor, and only after this time is the device capable of blocking a forward voltage without going into its on state.
This leads to the analogy between magnetic and electrical circuit equations given in Table 3-3. Figure 3-1% shows a magnetic circuit and Fig. 3-1% shows its electrical analog, which can be easily analyzed. 3-3-7 FARADAY’S VOLTAGE INDUCTION LAW Consider a stationary coil with or without a magnetic core, as shown in Fig. 3-16a. By convention, the voltage polarity is chosen to be positive at the terminal where the positive current enters. This is using the same set of references as we do when we state Ohm’s law, v = Ri.