Course Power Electronics

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Nov 24, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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Course Power Electronics
Semester 7
Instructor Prof. Keisuke Fujisaki
Credit 2

Course Description
It is extremely difficult to live without electricity. The power electronics is a technology that all that use electricity receive the
favor. It is important for using the electrical energy to value the environment. It is a purpose of the class to understand how an
electronic device has been used to use electricity without uselessness. Reports are required to summarize and to submit until
the next lecture to understand the lecture contents.
Grading
Final Exam: 60%, Report: 40%
Preparations for class and Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of Electrical circuit engineering 1, 2 and Electron Device Engineering is necessary.
Textbook
Eiichi Ohno: "Introduction to Power Electronics" , (Ohm-sha, 2009) , in Japanese, ISBN4-274-20293-3
Reference book
Atsuo Kawamura, ed., “Introduction to Power Electronics”, (Corona-sha, 2009), in Japanese, ISBN978-4-399-00803-6
Schedule and Contents

Chapter
Contents
Pages
1
Power electronics and electric
use
1. Historical background, 2. Semiconductor element
and switching, 3. Infrastructures
p.1~p.20
2
Power electronics and
semiconductor
1.Semiconductor , carrier behavior, 2. MOSFET
P.21~p.36
3
Switching and power
electronics
1. Switching operation with semiconductor, 2.
Detailed explanation of thyristor
p.37~p.50
4
Summary for power
electronics with semiconductor
1. GTO and GCT, 2. Summary of diode – GCT
p.51~p.60
5 A power module 1. A theory of IGBT, 2. Power module structure
p.61~80
6 Materials for power module 1.IGBT, 2. Semiconductor materials and module
p.80~p.116
7 Transmission and a circuitry
1. Rectifying circuit, 2. Triphase current, 3. Power
factor improvement
p.117~p.134
8 Switching 1. Chopper circuit, 2. Inverter circuitry
p.134~p.154
9 A frequency conversion circuit 1. Multi-level, 2. Converter, 3. Power control
p.154~p.170
10 Electric energy generation 1. Source for current and voltage, 2. Examples
p.170~p.202
11 Motor drive 1. Type of motor drive, 2.Motor driven system
p.203~p.238
12 Transportation system 1. High power motor, 2. Regenerative system
p.239~p.258
13 Public use 1. Power electronics at home, 2. Solar energy
p.259~p.284
14 Power backbone
1. Power system, 2. Power generation and charge, 3.
Summary
p.285~p.314
15 Final Exam