This course covers advanced converter control techniques, including averaged-switch modeling and Spice simulations, modeling and design of peak current mode and average current mode controlled converters, as well as an introduction to control of single-phase ac grid tied rectifiers and inverters. Design and simulation examples include wide bandwidth point-of-load voltage regulators, low-harmonic power-factor-correction rectifiers, and grid-tied inverters for solar photovoltaic power systems. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to model, design control loops, and simulate state-of-the-art pulse-width modulated (PWM) dc-dc converters, dc-ac inverters, ac-dc rectifiers, and other power electronics systems.
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i have learn many things from this course and have try them myself in simulation software. it was great experience overall and really happy with what i have learned from professors.
I have learned so many valuable things in this course and have learned detailed analysis in LTSpice and have also learned facts of Power Electronics
Overall great course, homework problems could be a little muddy at time and the significant figures asked for can be unnecessarily tedious
Excellent course. Needs to be extended into 2 more courses to discuss more details on PFC rectifiers & PV systems.
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