August 16th,
Exam
2017
Exam
Instructions
The exam is open-book and open-notes, involving materials, lectures, problem
sessions, and previous Piazza comments associated with the course this quarter. You
should not need to consult other materials or online
August 16th,
Exam
2017
Exam
Instructions
The exam is open-book and open-notes, involving materials, lectures, problem
sessions, and previous Piazza comments associated with the course this quarter. You
should not need to consult other materials or online
Application Report
SCHA002A - February 2003
CD4046B Phase-Locked Loop: A Versatile Building
Block for Micropower Digital and Analog Applications
David K. Morgan
Standard Linear & Logic
ABSTRACT
Applications of the CD4046B phase-locked loop device, such as
IACSIT International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol.3, No.4, August 2011
Design & Analysis of an Optimized Grid-tied PV System:
Perspective Bangladesh
Md. Rejwanur Rashid Mojumdar, Arif Md. Waliullah Bhuiyan, Hamza Kadir,
Md. Nizamul Haque Sha
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC & TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH VOLUME 4, ISSUE 09, SEPTEMBER 2015
ISSN 2277-8616
Synchronization Between Solar Panel & AC Grid
Supply For Different Loads
Monika Verma, Harshit Agarwal, Naman Rawat, Vivek Kashyap, Akshay Kumar
Ab
et
International Journal on Emerging Technologies 5(2): 17-21(2014)
ISSN No. (Print) : 0975-8364
ISSN No. (Online) : 2249-3255
Modeling of Inverter for Photovoltaic Module with Grid
Synchronization System
Areen Shankar*, Anula Khare* and Amit Shrivastava*
GR (CD110 )
Features
16V
100F
GR 85
85 , 2000hours.
Used in color-TV, audio sets, air conditioning circuits, etc.
RoHS Compliant.
Specifications
Item
Performance Characteristics
Operating Temperature Range
-40~+85
-25~+85
Rated Voltage Range
6.3~100V
160
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background
With the world energy demand increasing at an exponential rate, the search for energy
sources other than fossil fuels is no longer a luxury. Although the fossil fuels offer a temporary
solution to this energy crisis,
2.4 Power Electronics
Power electronics to process and control the flow of electric energy by supplying voltage
and current in from that is optimally suited for user load. In power electronics, an electrical
device should be able to achieve the highest ef
2.1 Analysis Design of PV Array
When sun rays diving into PV cell it converts solar energy into electricity. There exists
two layer in a PV array, N-type layer and P-type layer, the two layers work together and
generate electricity when photon exceeds ban
1.3 Objectives
The aim of this research is mainly to design and develop the SPWM switching pulse for
single phase Grid-Tie Inverter (GTI) application. The main objectives of this research can be
summarized as:
To design and implement switching strategy f
2.3 Control Strategy for MPPT Perturbation &Observation (P&O) Algorithm
There subsists different algorithm for MPPT design such as: Perturb-and-observe
algorithm, Open and short circuit algorithm, Incremental conduction algorithm, Fuzzy logic
algorithm am
1.5 Organization of this Report
The thesis consists of five chapters. A short explanation is introduced here:
Chapter 1: Introduction
This chapter discuss about the issue relating to the background of the thesis objectives,
methodology and research struc
1.4 Research Methodology
The methods that will use to finish this thesis are illustrated through the flow chart shown in
Fig.1.2:
Fig. 1.2: Research Methodology
2.2 Photovoltaic system(PV) in Building Environment
Renewable energy sources (RES) are considered as a technological option for
significantly contributing to the sustainable energy supply in Europe. PV energy generates
electricity from solar radiation and
1.2 Problem Statement
Inverter is one of power conversion device that widely used in the world to convert DC
input voltage to AC output voltage. The output voltage waveforms of ideal inverters should be
sinusoidal. However, the waveform of practical inver
In managing the energy consumed by load, power electronics system utilized switching
methods to minimize the appearance of active region in semiconductor device. Although it is
impossible to remove all power dissipated by semiconductor, switching mode has
Week # 6 Lec # 2
System Responses with Additional Poles (Ch. 4
Topic 4.7)
Dr. Shahryar
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be
able to
Determine the response of a 2nd order system
with additional poles
See the effects of presence of
Week # 7 Lec # 1
Block Diagram Reduction (Chapter 5, Nise)
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be
able to learn
Why we need to reduce a block diagram
Methods to reduce block diagram
Topologies to interconnect multiple
subsystems
Cas
Control Systems
Week # 5 Lec # 2
Underdamped 2nd order systems
1
Dr. Shahryar
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be
able to
Analyse the step response of an
underdamped second-order system
Define transient specifications associated
Control Systems
Week #6 Lec #1
Underdamped 2nd Order Systems
(contd.)
Dr. Shahryar
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be
able to
Relate Peak Time Tp, % OS and settling
time Ts to the pole locations
Define transient specifications a
Control Systems
Week # 5 Lec # 1
The general 2nd order system
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be able
to learn
The general second-order system
Natural frequency
Damping ratio
Response of the generalised 2nd order
responses w
Control Systems
Week #2 Lec # 2
Zero Input Response
Zero State Response
Poles location and time responses
8/8/17
Dr. Shahryar
1
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be able
to learn
What is a zero input response
What is a zero stat
Control Systems
Week #3 Lec # 2
First Order Systems
8/8/17
Dr. Shahryar
1
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be able
to learn
The step response of a first order systems
without zeros
What is a time constant
What are rise time an
Week # 4 Lec # 1
2nd Order systems (cont.)
Dr. Shahryar
1
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be able to
learn
Generalised response C(t) for
Overdamped
Underdamped
Undamped
Critically damped
The general second-order system
Na
Control Systems
Week#3 Lec#3
2nd order systems
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be able
to learn
Examples of second order step responses
Overdamped
Underdamped
Undamped
Critically diamped
8/8/17
Dr. Shahryar
2
Example respon
Control Systems
Week#2, Lec#2
Transfer Function
Learning Outcome
After completing this lecture, you should be able
to learn
Poles and zeros of a first order system
System responses
TF with initial conditions
8/8/17
Dr. Shahryar Saleem
2
Poles and zeros