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Unformatted text preview: EE467/567 Integrated Power 2010, D. C. Hopkins ProfDCHopkins@gmail.com EE 467/567 -- INTEGRATED POWER EE 467/567 -- INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICS ELECTRONICS Dr. Douglas C. Hopkins Dept. of Electrical Engineering University at Buffalo ProfDCHopkins@gmail.com EE467/567 Integrated Power 2010, D. C. Hopkins ProfDCHopkins@gmail.com EE467/567 Project Discussion EE467/567 Project Discussion EE 467-567 INTEGRATED POWER ELECTRONICS Spring 2009 Project HE CD IS DUE THE DAY OF THE FINAL EXAM. EE467/567 Integrated Power 2010, D. C. Hopkins ProfDCHopkins@gmail.com Topical Project Theme Topical Project Theme Semiconductor manufacturers offer a plethora of resources and chips for building low-power power supplies. Some offer on-line simulation tools and even provide a Bill of Materials to build the circuit. The Fairchild corporation was generous to donate Evaluation Boards of the TinyBuck TM power supply chip. The boards are constructed to allow you to modify components and probe to investigate the operation of a power supply chip. The eval boards come with a book and calculations. In your reporting, show all calculations and engineering judgment used to determine values. Follow standard laboratory practices for designing, testing and documenting the laboratory design process. You can work in the Furnas Lab, or where else is suitable including home and at a company. The following directions are to be followed for the investigation. Enjoy your project. EE467/567 Integrated Power 2010, D. C. Hopkins ProfDCHopkins@gmail.com Project Project Requirements Requirements Follow the criteria below to complete the project. Hotlinks are from portions of EE494 Senior Design web site. Work in groups of two (2) students. Groups I, III, V and VI are to divide your selves in half. One person each from groups II and VII will form a single group. If you are having questions about selecting a partner, see me directly . Task to be performed: 1. Develop a mini-proposal for the project (~3 pages): http://www. eedesign .buffalo. edu/StudentResources/ProposalWriting/Mini- Proposal . pdf Develop a Design Cycle flowchart for the project as if you were designing the electronics board from the very initial stages: http://www.eedesign.buffalo.edu/StudentResources/DesignCycle-2.pdf Develop a statement of work and time line for the project: http://www. eedesign .buffalo. edu/StudentResources/ProposalWriting/PreparingP roposal . ppt EE467/567 Integrated Power 2010, D. C. Hopkins ProfDCHopkins@gmail.com Project Requirements ( Project Requirements ( con con d) Perform the testing and design alterations as described in the problem sheet and produce a final report following the given format: http://www. eedesign .buffalo. edu/StudentResources/ProjectReportFormat . pdf Provide a presentation of your project in one of the following formats: Provide a 5-10 minute Podcast or YouTube presentation with video. The podcast can be of marginal visual quality....
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course EE 587 taught by Professor Dr.mohammedsafiuddin during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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