Power Electronics Systems

Course Description

Overview of power electronic systems (e.g. ASD, UPS, HVDC). Systems with alternative energy sources. Power quality. Interaction with supply network and loads. Supply network voltage and current harmonics, power factor. Reactive power, compensation of supply network reactive power, active and passive filters. Load harmonics, filters. Advanced power converter topologies, matrix converters, Z-converters. control laws (PWM). Dynamic models (averaged models, state - space models, linearization). Continuous and discrete control methods for power converters. PWM methods for DCDC converters and inverters.

Study Programmes

Postgraduate doctoral study programme

Literature

John G. Kassakian (1991.), Principles of Power Electronics, Prentice Hall
Muhammad H. Rashid (2017.), Power Electronics Handbook, Butterworth-Heinemann
Vinod Kumar, Ranjan Kumar Behera, Dheeraj Joshi, Ramesh Bansal (2020.), Power Electronics, Drives, and Advanced Applications, CRC Press
Sanjeet Dwivedi, Shailendra Jain, Krishna Kumar Gupta, Pradyumn Chaturvedi (2018.), Modeling and Control of Power Electronics Converter System for Power Quality Improvements, Academic Press
Frede Blaabjerg (2018.), Control of Power Electronic Converters and Systems, Academic Press
Jean Pollefliet (2017.), Power Electronics, Academic Press

For students

General

ID 154757
  Summer semester
6 ECTS
L1 English Level