472 Lecture 1 Introduction

472 Lecture 1 Introduction - EEE 472/591 Power Electronics...

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EEE 472/591 Power Electronics and Power Management Spring 2011 Dr. Raja Ayyanar Lecture 1 Introduction
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• What is power electronics • Major application areas • Course objectives and outcomes • Course organization • Switch mode vs. linear electronics Outline of lecture EEE 472/591 – Raja Ayyanar
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• Power conversion and control using power semiconductor devices and circuits Efficient interface between different forms of electrical energy - can go from ANY form to ANY other form • Multi-disciplinary and a wide spectrum of applications - milli watts to Mega watts What is power electronics EEE 472/591 – Raja Ayyanar
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Power Electronic Converter Fuel Cell 500 kV 3 Phase utility 110V 1 phase Electronics 2V +/-0.01% Hi freq lighting What is power electronics Source Load EEE 472/591 – Raja Ayyanar
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Energy conservation and energy efficiency Percentage use of electricity in various sectors in US • Tremendous opportunity and need for energy conservation • Power electronics can significantly impact each of the major sectors • Electric power engineers manage a major portion of the world’s energy • This role becomes even more significant as we are poised to take over transportation • Power Electronics is the key enabling technology to manage energy efficiently EEE 472/591 – Raja Ayyanar
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• Computer power management - notebooks to mainframes • Data centers large consumers of electric power, processed through power electronics Applications: Powering the Information Technology Figures from www.irf.com EEE 472/591 – Raja Ayyanar
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Power supplies for ALL electronic equipment • Telecommunications - largest market for SMPS • Consumer electronics • Medical systems • Office equipment • Space and military applications Telecom hot-pluggable 600 kW modular rectifier www.delta.com.tw www.artesyn.com EEE 472/591 – Raja Ayyanar
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• Integrated circuits for power electronics • Power supplies on a chip • Power for portable equipment – cell phones, PDAs • Bio engineering applications • Battery management • Linear LDO regulators, charge pumps Power management National.com Maxim-ic.com artesyn.com Power management portfolio of National Semiconductor EEE 472/591 – Raja Ayyanar
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• Energy conservation
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472 Lecture 1 Introduction - EEE 472/591 Power Electronics...

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