Learn power electronics using hands-on experiments and a real-life project.
Alex J. Hanson, who is an assistant professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, has created the TI experimental power electronics reference and curriculum. This hands-on, experimental curriculum with lectures and labs teaches power electronics to university students. It also provides a knowledge base to refresh knowledge for current engineers. Finally, a project is included that leverages power electronic knowledge to create a real-world solution.
1Introduction and mathematical tools for power electronics (9)
This module introduces power electronics mathematical tools and a power electronics bench.
2Pulse-width-modulated (PWM) converters (9)
This module introduces pulse width modulated (PWM) converters.
3Switch implementation and switching loss (11)
This module introduces switch implementation and switching loss.
4Gate drivers (6)
This module introduces gate drivers that drive power switches at different power levels.
5Thermal management in power converters (6)
This module introduces thermal management in power converters.
This module introduces capacitors.
7Magnetics fundamentals (9)
This module introduces magnetic fundamentals.
9Layout and parasitics in power converters (8)
This module will introduce layout and parasitics in power converters.
10Small-signal modeling of PWM converters (4)
This module will introduce small-signal modeling of pulse width modulation (PWM) converters.
11Control of PWM converters (5)
This module will introduce control of pulse-width modulated (PWM) converters.
12Electromagnetic interference in power converters (6)
This module introduces electromagnetic interference (EMI) in power converters.
13Tools and software for power electronics (5)
This module will introduce tools and software for power electronics.
14Project: CCM PWM project (1)
This project will discuss building a pulse-width modulated power converter as a project to implement a lot of the things learned from this curriculum.
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