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POWER ELECTRONICS



Instructor: Eng. Jalal Al Roumy

The Islamic University of Gaza

Faculty of Engineering

Electrical Engineering Department

ميحرلا نمحرلا الله مسب

EELE
5450



Summer
2012

Lecture
1





Syllabus

Instructor:


Jalal Al Roumy, Msc.

Room:

B
261

Telephone:

2833

E
-
mail:

jroumy@iugaza.edu.ps

http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/jroumy

page:
-
Web

Assistant:

Eng.
Mohammed Jouda

Room:

B
262






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.





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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 .

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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





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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
.





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Office Hours



Sat, Mon,wed
14
:
00
-
15
:
00






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Grading



Midterm exam ……… …........
25
%


Homework ……………..……
10
%


Quizzes ……………………...
10
%


Project ……………………....
15
%


Final exam …………….…….
40
%





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Grading Policy


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.





Syllabus

Outline






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Outline






Introduction





Introduction





Introduction

(Used to charge batteries)

Rectifier


End of Lecture