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Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Robert C. Helgeland, Professor

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Electronic circuit design techniques using power semiconductor devices for industr
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residential applications. Typical applications include switching DC power supplies, power
conditioners, DC
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converters, and utility
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Basic circuit the
ory (ECE 201).

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Three
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phase systems (ECE 202).

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Basic electronics (ECE 311)

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Ability to use MultiSim software (ECE 311).

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3 (class hours per week
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laboratory hours per week
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Muhammad H. Rashid,
POWER ELECTRONICS
: Circuits, Devices, and Applications
, Third
Edition. Prentice Hall, 2004.

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(a) College
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0 credits

(b) Engineering topics (science and/or design):

3 credits

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Students who successfully complete this course meet the following ABET program
outcomes:


[CPE program outcomes]

[ELE program outcomes]


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[3a]

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[3a, 3d]


(k)

[5b]

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[5b]

ECE 442


Power Electronics

(
Elective course for CPE and ELE
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This senior level course is a technical elective for ELE majors. The objectives/outcomes of
this course are for the students to:

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Understand the inherent differences between low and high power diodes and transistors.
(3d)

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Review and analyze the basic power supply configurations (half
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(3a, d)

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Study some real
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(3a, d)

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Study the control of single
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phase and three
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phase inverters.
(3a, d)

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Understand the analysis and operation of resonant inverters and converters.
(3a, d)

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Apply MultiSim software in the analysis and de
sign of the Power Electronics circuits
under study.
(3a, d; 5b)

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Applications of Power Electronics, Power Devices, Power Electronics Circuits
(1 week)

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Power Diodes and Diode Circuits
(1 week)

3.

Single
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Phase Rectifier Circuits,
Rectifier Design
(1 week)

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Power Transistors, Power MOSFETS, IGBTs
(1 week)

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DC
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down converters
(1 week)

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Single
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Phase Inverters
(2 ½ weeks)

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Thyristors
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Resonant Inverters
(1 week)

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Phase
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ters
(1 week)

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Three
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Phase Converters
(1 week)

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Single
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Phase Controllers
(1 week)

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Single
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Phase and Three
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Phase Switches, Relays
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