Electrical and Comp Engineerng
EECE 5684: Power Electronics
Lecture - 4 credits
- Provide tools and techniques needed to analyze and design power conversion circuits that contain switches.
- The first part of the course emphasizes understanding and modeling of such circuits, and provides a background for engineering evaluation of power converters.
- The second part covers dynamics and control of this class of systems, enabling students to design controllers for a variety of power converters and motion control systems.
- Addresses a set of analytical and practical problems, with emphasis on a rigorous theoretical treatment of relevant questions.
- Designed for students with primary interests in power conditioning, control applications, and electronic circuits, but it could prove useful for designers of high-performance computers, robots, and other electronic and electromechanical (mechatronic) systems in which the dynamical properties of power supplies become important.
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