Guidelines for parallel operation of IGBT devices discuss in this app note from IXYS. Link here (PDF)
As applications for IGBT components have continued to expand rapidly, semiconductor manufacturers have responded by providing IGBTs in both discrete and modular packages to meet the needs of their customers. Discrete IGBTs span the voltage range of 250V to 1400V and are available up to 75A (DC), which is the maximum current limit for both the TO-247 and TO-264 terminals. IGBT modules cover the same voltage range but, due to their construction, can control currents up to 1000A today. However, on an Ampere per dollar basis, the IGBT module is more expensive so that for cost-sensitive applications, e.g. welding, low voltage motor control, small UPS, etc., designs engineers would like to parallel discrete IGBT devices.
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