Lect3 Basic Power Electronics

Lect3 Basic Power Electronics - ECE 529 Utility...

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ECE 529: Utility Applications of Power Electronics Session 1; Page 1/4 Spring 2009 ECE 529: Lecture 3 Basic Power Electronics I. Power Converters A. Basic Purpose for Information Electronics Input Data Output Data Power Control Input Data Processor (Volt/Format/Clock) (Volt/Format/Clock) B. Basic Purpose for Power Electronics Input Power Output Power Power Control Input Power Processor (Volt/Current/Freq) (Volt/Current/Freq) C. Complete Power Converter versus Power Electronic Circuit 1. The power electronic circuit consists of the switching devices and passive elements (generally inductors and capacitors) 2. The power converter is a system that includes controls for: A. Gate pulse shaping B. Synchronization C. Inner control D. Outer control loop
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ECE 529: Utility Applications of Power Electronics Session 1; Page 2/4 Spring 2009 Input Power Circuit Output Gate Pulses (Often DC) Gate Drives Pulse shaping (Often analog circuit) Synchronization (Often AC) 1. Magnitude 2. Frequency/phase) Switching Devices Passives (L, C) Voltage
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2010 for the course ECE 529 taught by Professor Johnson,b during the Spring '08 term at Idaho.

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