This lecture treats analysis, design and applications of the Electric Energy Control system on a basis of power electronics
field, which is concerned with processing of electrical power using electronic devices.

- Understand the elements of energy conversion technology
- Understand the power processing
- Understand application fields of energy conversion system

Class schedule | HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) | Amount of Time Required | |
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1． | Introduction | Introduction for this class | 90minutes |

2． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | Chapter 1 Part 1 Principle of Electric Power Conversion |
90minutes |

3． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | Chapter 1 Part 2 Applications of Electric Power Conversion |
90minutes |

4． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | Capter 2 Principle of Steady State Coverter Analysis 2-1 Introduction |
90minutes |

5． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-2 Small Ripple Approximation and Inductor Volt-Second Balance, Part-1 | 90minutes |

6． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-2 Small Ripple Approximation and Inductor Volt-Second Balance, Part-2 | 90minutes |

7． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-2 Capacitor Charge Balance and exercise | 90minutes |

8． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-3 Boost Converter Example Part-1 |
90minutes |

9． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-3 Boost Converter Example Part-2 |
90minutes |

10． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-4 Cuk Converter Example Part-1 |
90minutes |

11． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-4 Cuk Converter Example Part-2 |
90minutes |

12． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-5 Estimation of Voltage ripple of Two-Pole Low-Pass Filter Part-1 |
90minutes |

13． | Seminar and exprametion for presentation | 2-5 Estimation of Voltage ripple of Two-Pole Low-Pass Filter Part-2, and 2-6 |
90minutes |

14． | Summary | Review of Capter 2 | 90minutes |

Total. | - | - | 1260minutes |

presentation | Total. | |
---|---|---|

1. | 30% | 30% |

2. | 30% | 30% |

3. | 40% | 40% |

Total. | 100% | - |

Assignment reports 20%

Presentations 40%

Discussions 40%

total score 60% is required

Presentations 40%

Discussions 40%

total score 60% is required

Robert W. Erickson, Dragan Maksimovic, "Fundamentals of Power Electronics", University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado

Work experience | Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable |
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N/A | N/A |

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