This course presents analysis and control methods of power electronics circuits converting and controlling of electric power by using semiconductor switching devices. It deals with switching transitions in MOSFETs and IGBTs, commutation in voltage-source bridge converters, voltage and current feedback control, applications to grid-connected converters, and so on.
Understanding of basic structure and driving methods for power MOSFETs and insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs).
Understanding of circuit topology and operating principle in basic power electronics circuits.
Analyzing of operating characteristics of basic power electronics circuit.
Understanding of control strategy for grid connection converters.
Design of the main circuit and the controller in a simple grid connection converter.
2. Commutation in Voltage-Source Converters
3. Gate Drivers and Switching Characteristics
4. Switching Power Losses and Soft Switching
5. Resonant Converters
6. Pulse-Width Modulation
7. Modeling of PWM Converters
8. Current Control Methods
9. Control Methods for Grid-Connection Converters
10. Active Rectifiers and Power Factor Correction Circuits
11. STATCOMs and Active Power Filters
12. Power/Energy Variations and Grid Current Disturbance
13. Magnetic Flux Deviations In Converter Transformers
14. Multilevel Converters
15. New Technologies in Power Conversion
Lecture slides will be distributed through OCW/i.
Additional documents would also be uploaded.
This lecture requires students to realize electrical circuit and basic control theory.
This lecture would require basic knowledge of electric machinery and power electronics in undergraduate schools.
Grading is based on the final examination.
Green hills #1 building. (EEI bld.) 4th floor, room 404
It is strongly welcome to ask questions just after the lecture.
Before you come, please make an appointment through Email.