Power Electronics, Fall 2017

LecturesTuesday and Thursday, 1300-1440. Rm1B-106, SIST Bldg.
InstructorHaoyu Wang <wanghy.shanghaitech@@gmail.com>
Office HoursTuesday and Thursday, 1440-1540. 1D-301C SIST Bldg.
Forumhttps://elearning.shanghaitech.edu.cn:8443/
TAXiaoying Lu <luxy@@shanghaitech.edu.cn> Thursday, 1900--2100. 1D-304 SIST Bldg.

Textbook

Date

Lectures

Reading

HW

Project

9/19

Syllabus[PDF];Introduction; ;

FPE Chapter 1

 

 

9/21

Steady state analysis I

FPE Chapter 2.1-2.3

9/26

Steady state analysis II

FPE Chapter 2.4-2.6

 

9/28

Equivalent circuit modeling

FPE Chapter 3

10/3

National Holiday

 

10/5

National Holiday

10/10

Power semiconductor devices I

Power MOSFET basis[PDF]

 

10/12

Power semiconductor devices II

FPE Chapter 4.1, CoolMOS[PDF]

10/17

Wide bandgap Semiconductors

 

10/19

Switching losses

FPE Chapter 4.3

10/24

Discontinuous Conduction Mode

FPE Chapter 5

 

10/26

Nonisolated converter circuits

FPE Chapter 6.1-6.2, inverters

10/31

Simulation Software tutorial

 

11/2

Isolated converter circuits

FPE Chapter 6.3

11/7

Ac equivalent circuit modeling I

FPE Chapter 7.1-7.3

 

 

11/9

Ac equivalent circuit modeling II

FPE Chapter 7.4-7.6

11/14

Midterm Exam

11/16

Generalized State Space Averaging

11/21

Canonical model , Bode Plots

FPE Chapter 8.1

 

11/23

Converter transfer functions

FPE Chapter 8.2-8.5

11/28

Stability criteria

FPE Chapter 9.2-9.3

 

Proposal Presentation Schedule

11/30

Proposal presentation

12/5

Controller design I

FPE Chapter 9.3-9.4

Report Templates[URL]

12/7

Controller design II

FPE Chapter 9.5-9.6;digital control

12/12

DCM dc modeling

FPE Chapter 11.1

 

12/14

DCM ac modeling

FPE Chapter 11.2

12/19

Current mode control I

FPE Chapter 12.1-12.2

 

12/21

Current mode control II

FPE Chapter 12.2-12.3

12/26

Current mode control III

FPE Chapter 12.3-12.4

 

12/28

Review and Wrapup

1/2

Lab time

 

1/4

Project Defense and Report Due

1/11

Final Exam

 

Description

This course is an introduction course to switched-mode power converters. The first part of the course treats basic circuit operation, including steady-state converter modeling and analysis, switch realization, discontinuous conduction mode, and transformer-isolated converters. Next, converter control systems are covered, including ac modeling of converters using averaged methods, small-signal transfer functions, and classical feedback loop design. Finally, current programmed control is discussed, including: oscillation for D > 0.5, a simple first-order model, and a more accurate model.

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