ECET 27700 - AC And Power Electronics
Credit Hours: 3.00.
AC Circuits including the j operator, phasors, reactance and impedance are studies. Circuit laws, network theorems, and the application of circuit analysis techniques to amplifiers used in power electronics, including power MOS devices, thyristors, and other appropriate applications. Computer-aided analysis of circuits is used.
1. Calculate phasor and time domain representation of a sine wave.
2. Analyze series, parallel and series-parallel passive and active AC circuits.
3. Analyze multi-loop, multi-source AC circuits using advanced techniques.
4. Analyze and design given series and parallel resonance circuits.
5. Compute the average voltage, rms voltage and power produced by a wide variety of waveshapes using integral definitions.
6. Describe the linear performance of MOS devices.
7. Analyze and design linear power amplifiers using op amps and MOS devices.
8. Apply thyristors, snubbing, thyristor triggers and proportional interfaces.
9. Evaluate the performance of a variety of AC circuits, using appropriate standard laboratory measurement procedures and simulations.
ECET 17700 Minimum Grade of D-
Must be enrolled in Electrical Engineering Technology