Power and Energy

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24 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 4 μήνες)

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Power and Energy
Systems

By:

Mauro Godinho

Jenny Hamway

ELE754: Power Electronics


Summary:


Solid state converters and microprocessor
control


Switch mode converters, diode and SCR
rectifiers, current/voltage source
inverters, and programming techniques


Converter analysis and design

ELE754: Power Electronics


Why choose this course?


Many practical industrial applications such
as motor speed control, switch mode
power supplies, and UPS


Learn how to use assembly language
programming to control power converters


Converter analysis design

ELE754: Power Electronics


How has this course helped in thesis?


Solar Tracker with Bi
-
directional
Converter


Utilizes an inverter learned in this course
to take DC output power from the solar
panel and convert it to AC for household
use

ELE754: Power Electronics


What does this course entail?


Two quizzes, one midterm, final, three
labs (as of Fall 2008)


Labs: Microprocessor controlled DC
-
DC
converter, SCR rectifier, and IGBT
inverter operation/induction motor control

ELE754: Power Electronics


Was this course worthwhile?


YES!!


If you plan on doing a thesis in the power
field, or plan on working in the power
industry, this course is essential


All 4
th

year power thesis require some
type of power converter

ELE847: Advanced
Electromechanical Systems


Summary:


Modeling and simulation of
electromechanical in Simulink


Modeling of DC motors, induction
machines, solid state converters, and
motor speed control techniques

ELE847: Advanced
Electromechanical Systems


Why choose this course?


Modeling of electromechanical systems
widely used in industry


Practical course geared towards industrial
applications

ELE847: Advanced
Electromechanical Systems


How has this course helped in thesis?


Students become very familiar with Simulink and
its applications


If you thesis requires use of Simulink or
PowerSim, this course gives all the basics


How can this course help in finding a job?


Can help with finding automation or power jobs
with electromechanical aspects

ELE847: Advanced
Electromechanical Systems


What does this course entail?


Midterm, final, 4 labs, and a lab project


All labs and lab project are done in
Simulink


Labs: DC motor dynamic performance/
speed control, induction motor dynamic
performance, PWM inverters, and
induction motor drives


ELE847: Advanced
Electromechanical Systems


Was this course worthwhile?


Yes!


Course is comprehensive and gives a
solid understanding of electromechanical
systems with a relevant lab component

Conclusion


Essential courses for anyone
considering a career in power, or
wants to have a background in power
applications


Questions?