Download EE-0903461-Power Electronics-Oct-2014-Fall

yes no Was this document useful for you?
   Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the workof artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Document related concepts

Pulse-width modulation wikipedia , lookup

Power factor wikipedia , lookup

Solar micro-inverter wikipedia , lookup

Standby power wikipedia , lookup

Buck converter wikipedia , lookup

Islanding wikipedia , lookup

Flexible electronics wikipedia , lookup

Variable-frequency drive wikipedia , lookup

Wireless power transfer wikipedia , lookup

Electrical engineering wikipedia , lookup

Electrical substation wikipedia , lookup

Power over Ethernet wikipedia , lookup

History of electric power transmission wikipedia , lookup

Electrification wikipedia , lookup

Audio power wikipedia , lookup

Rectiverter wikipedia , lookup

Three-phase electric power wikipedia , lookup

Mercury-arc valve wikipedia , lookup

Alternating current wikipedia , lookup

Distribution management system wikipedia , lookup

Electric power system wikipedia , lookup

Power inverter wikipedia , lookup

Mains electricity wikipedia , lookup

Switched-mode power supply wikipedia , lookup

Power engineering wikipedia , lookup

Rectifier wikipedia , lookup

Electronic engineering wikipedia , lookup

The University of Jordan
School of Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering
1st Semester – A.Y. 2014/2015
Power Electronics – 0903461
Prof. Mohammed Zeki Khedher
Telephone: 5355000 ext 22851, Email: [email protected]
Course Website:
Catalog Data:
Basic elements of PE systems. Applications of PE. Classification of PE controllers. Power
semiconductor devices (PSD). Classification of PSD. V-I characteristics of the major
PSD. Switching characteristics of PSD. Basic drive circuits of PSD. Line commutated
converters. Single-phase H.W. rectifiers. Single-phase F.W. rectifiers configuration. 3phase H.W and F.W rectifiers. Single-phase and 3ph semiconverters. Inversion mode of
operation. Performance characteristics of line commutated rectifiers. Introduction to AC
switching controllers. Introduction to DC-to-DC converters. Introduction to DC-to-AC
Prerequisites by
By Topic:
EE 0903361 – Electronics II (pre-requisite)
Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices and Applications by M. Rashid, 4th edition,
Prentice-Hall, 2013.
Students are assumed to have a background in the following topics:
 Basic circuit analysis techniques.
Basic electromagnetic concepts.
Schedule &
Minimum Student
Minimum College
(3 Cr. – Core Course)
Power Electronics: Converters, Applications and Design by N. Mohan, T. Undeland,
and W. Robins,3rd edition, John-Wiley, 2002.
Elements of Power Electronics by P. Krein, 1st edition, Oxford University Press,
Power Electronics by C. W. Lander, 3 sub edition, McGraw-Hill, 1994.
Principle of Power Electronics by J. Kassakian, M. Schlecht and G. Verghses, 1st
edition, Addison Wesley, 1991.
Power Electronics: Principles and Applications by J. Vithayathil,1st edition,
McGraw-Hill, 2001.
Power Semiconductor Circuits by Dewan and Straughen, John-Wiley, 1975.
16 Weeks, 42 contact hours (50 minutes each) including exams.
Textbook, class handouts, scientific calculator, and an access to a personal computer.
Classroom with whiteboard and projection display facilities, library, computational
facilities with MATLAB and SPICE programs.
This is an introductory course to Power Electronics provided by The department of
Electrical Engineering for the Electrical Engineering & Mechatronics Engineering
students. It is designed to achieve the following objectives:
 Introduce the theme and identity of Power Electronics as a modern power
conditioning tool.
 Highlight the merits & drawbacks of Power Electronics compared to conventiontional
alternatives. Power quality investigation is addressed.
 Introduce the major Power Semiconductor Switches with detailed features and
 Introduce the basic design features of trigerring and drive circuits of the major Power
Semiconductor switches involved in different types of converters.
 Investigate the rectification process under different loading conditions. This includes
single-phase & three-phase, half-wave & full-wave, and fully-controlled & halfcontrolled systems. Waveforms construction, detailed analysis and performance
evaluation of each converter are covered.
 Introduce the bacics of Invereters, AC Voltage Regulators and DC Choppers. Power
circuit configurations, control topologies and waveforms construction are covered.
Course Learning Outcomes and Relation to ABET Student Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, a student should:
Understand the role of power electronics in power conditioning systems and applications.
Realize the merits and drawbacks of power electronics converters compared to conventional
Able to assess the “waveforms quality” factors of both AC and DC signals.
Familiar with power electronics switches (diodes, power transistors and thyristors). This includes:
symbols, ratings, classifications and characteristics.
Able to design and practically implement the triggering circuit of the SCR.
Understand the operation of single-phase and 3-phase rectifiers under different loading conditions.
This includes un-controlled, fully-controlled, semi-controlled, half-wave and full-wave circuits.
Able to calculate the performance parameters of both the load and supply sides of all rectifier
circuit configurations.
Familiar with inverter circuits and their control topologies.
Familiar with AC Voltage regulators and their control topologies.
10. Familiar with DC Choppers and their control topologies.
[e, j]
[e ]
[e ]
[ k]
[ a, k]
[ k]
[ c]
[ e]
[a ]
Course Topics:
Topic Description
Introduction to Power Electronics: Themes and Identity of power electronics: the concept,
applications, merits and drawbacks, and converter classifications. Power Semiconductor switches:
features, classifications and comparisons. “AC & DC Waveforms Quality” assessment: Examples.
Silicon-Controlled Rectifiers (SCRs): Construction and two-transistor equivalent model of an SCR
Static and Dynamic Characteristics of SCR Switches. Gate characteristics and triggering circuitry
design of SCRs.
Rectification Process and Rectifier Circuits: Single-phase half-wave and full-wave rectifiers
(controlled & uncontrolled). Three-phase half-wave and full-wave rectifiers (controlled &
uncontrolled). Single-phase and three-phase semi-controlled rectifiers. For each item, the course must
cover power circuit configuration, triggering signals and conduction pattern, principle of operation,
waveforms construction, analysis and solution for resistive, inductive and highly-inductive loading
conditions, performance evaluation both in load and supply sides.
Introduction to DC-to-DC Converters (DC Choppers): Classification and basic power circuit
configurations, Control topologies and waveform construction, Basic analysis and performance
parameters of basic chopper circuits.
Introduction to DC-to-AC Converters (Inverters): Basic power circuit configurations, Control
topologies and waveforms construction, Basic analysis and performance parameters of basic inverter
Introduction to AC-to-AC Converters (AC Voltage Regulators): AC semi-conductor switches,
Basic power circuit configuration, Waveform construction and performance parameters.
Ground Rules:
Attendance is required and highly encouraged. To that end, attendance will be taken
every lecture. All exams (including the final exam) should be considered cumulative.
Exams are closed book. No scratch paper is allowed. You will be held responsible for all
reading material assigned, even if it is not explicitly covered in lecture notes.
Grading policy:
Exams and Projects
First Exam
Midterm Exam
Final Exam
20 %
30 %
50 %
Last Updated:
October 2014