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بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم. The Islamic University of Gaza Faculty of Engineering Electrical Engineering Department. POWER ELECTRONICS. EELE 5450 — spring 2011. Instructor: Eng.Moayed N. EL Mobaied. Lecture 1. Syllabus. Instructor: Moayed N. Almobaied, Msc.

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  1. بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم The Islamic University of Gaza Faculty of Engineering Electrical Engineering Department POWER ELECTRONICS EELE 5450— spring 2011 Instructor: Eng.Moayed N. EL Mobaied Lecture 1

  2. Syllabus Instructor: Moayed N. Almobaied, Msc. Room: B229 Telephone: 2875 E-mail: Engmoayed@iugaza.edu.ps Web-page:http://www.iugaza.edu.ps/emp/engmoayed Assistant:Eng.Mansour Ramlawi Room:Laboratory

  3. Syllabus Course description Power Electronics is power conversion and control from one form of power (energy) source to a desired form by using power semiconductor devices wherein these devices operate as switches. This course provides a basic knowledge of power Electronics device characteristics and circuits for the control and conversion of electrical power with high efficiency. ________________________________________________________________________

  4. Syllabus Course description These converters can change and regulate the voltage, current, or power; dc-dc converters, ac-dc uncontrolled and phase controlled rectifier circuits, dc-ac inverters, and ac-ac cycloconverters. Applications include electronic Switching power supplies, motors, heaters system, and renewable energy systems. Analysis, design, and operation of power electronic circuits will be considered by simulation software . ________________________________________________________________________

  5. Syllabus • Prerequisite • Electric circuits II (EELE 2311) • electronis1

  6. Syllabus Textbook Primary Text: (Hard copy) Power Electronics & Controls. Samir K. Datta, Reston Publishing Company, Inc. 1985. Secondary Text: (Soft Copy) Power Electronics, Circuits, Devices, and applications. Second edition, M. H. Rashid, Prentice-Hall International 1993. Third Text: (Soft Copy) Introduction to Power Electronics Denis Fewson 1998

  7. Syllabus • References • Power Electronics for Technology, Ashfaq Ahmed, Preintice Hall 1999 • Power Electronics, converters, applications, and design, N. Mohan, T. Undeland & W. Robbins, John Wiley &Sons, Inc. 1989. • Power Electronic Converters, AC/DC Conversion, Guy Sequier, McGraw-Hill, Inc. 1986. • Introduction to Modern Power Electronics, Andrzej Trzynadlowski, John Wiley &Sons,1998.

  8. Syllabus Software PSIM:Is a simulation software designed for power electronics, motor control. Website:http://www.powersimtech.com/ Caspoc 2005: Is a simulation software used for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives Website: http://www.simulation-research.com/sr/sr.php

  9. Syllabus Office Hours Sat, Mon,wed 9:00-10:00 , 11:00—12:00, Sun, Tue 11:00—12:00

  10. Syllabus • Grading • Midterm exam ……… …........20 % • Homework ……………..……10 % • Quizzes ……………………...10 % • Project ……………………....10 % • Lab…………………………...20 % • Final exam …………….…….30 %

  11. Syllabus • Grading Policy • Regular attendance of this class is necessary to receive a passing grade. • Weekly problem sets will be typically assigned and will be due one week later before the start of lecture. • Cellular phones should be off or on silent ring during class in order to keep classroom distractions at a minimum. • Cheating will not be tolerated and will be dealt with decisively.

  12. Syllabus Outline

  13. Syllabus Outline

  14. Syllabus Outline

  15. Introduction

  16. Introduction

  17. Introduction

  18. Introduction

  19. Rectifier (Used to charge batteries)

  20. PI Controller for DC-DC Boost Converter Output Voltage Open Loop, DC-DC Converter Process Hold to 90V error V pwm PWM mod. DC - DC PI V out V and MOSFET conv. controller set + driver – (scaled down to about 1.3V) DC-DC Converter Process with Closed-Loop PI Controller

  21. Introduction

  22. Introduction End of Lecture **** Eng.moayed

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