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Note for Power Electronics - PE by Adisu Teshale

  • Power Electronics - PE
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  • Adama Science and Technology University - ASTU
  • Electrical Engineering
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Power Electronics (EEng-4513) By: Adisu Teshale (MSc.) Department of Electrical Power and Control Engineering Adama Science and Technology university Adama, Ethiopia E-mail: adisu.teshale@astu.edu.et Updated on July, 2018

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Course Information Name of the course: Power Electronics Course code: EEng-4513 Pre-request Courses: EEng-2202: Applied Electronics II Target Year/Semester: Year: IV, Semester: III Status of Course: Major Compulsory Teaching Methods: Lecture supported by tutorial & laboratory Activities Assessment Method: Attendance (10%), Assignment (15%), Laboratory activity (15%), Mid- Exam (30%), Final exam(30%) Attendance Requirements: 80% lecture and 100% laboratory attendance

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Course Content 1. Introduction to power Electronics 2. Power Semiconductor devices 3. Rectifier circuit i. Single phase half-and full- controlled rectifiers ii. Three phase line commutated converters 4. DC –DC converters i. Buck converters ii. Boost converter iii. Buck-Boost converters 5. Inverter Circuit 6. AC Voltage Controllers and Cyclo converters

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Recommended references (Books): ❖ M. H. Rashid Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices & Applications, India, 3rd edition, 2004 ❖ Ned Mohan, Power Electronics, Applications and Design, 2002 ❖ Power electronics by P.S Bimbra ❖ Power Electronics -by Vedam Subramanyam, New Age International (P) Limited, Publishers ❖ Power Electronics - by V.R.Murthy , 1st edition -2005, OXFORD University Press − IEEE, power Electronics papers − IEEE, Industrial application papers − IEEE, Industrial Electronics papers − IEEE, power delivery papers

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