COURSE SYLLABUS

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ISTANBUL TECHNICAL
UNIVERSITY
COURSE SYLLABUS
ELK331E FALL 2012
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Course Name
ELK331E – POWER ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS - CRN: 12043
Course Web Page www.denizyildirim.org/elk331e
Course Schedule
Wednesday: 13:30 – 16:30 Room: EEB 5205
Office Hours
Friday : 11:00 – 12:00 Room: EEB 7316
Instructor
Asst. Prof. Deniz Yildirim
Room: EEB 7316
E-mail: [email protected]
www.denizyildirim.org
Teaching
Assistant(s)
Textbook
Reference
Books
Midterm Exam
Dates
Tel : 0212 285 6744
Furkan Baskurt / Room: EEB 7206 / Tel: 0212 285 6954 / [email protected]
 D. W. Hart, Power Electronics, McGraw-Hill, 2011.
1. Timothy L. Skvarenina, The Power Electronics Handbook, CRC Press,
2002.
2. N. Mohan, T. Undeland, W. Robbins, Power Electronics: Converters,
Applications and Design, 2nd ed., John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1995.
3. A. M. Trzynadlowski, Introduction to Modern Power Electronics, John
Wiley & Sons Inc., 1998.
4. M. H. Rashid, Power Electronics Circuits, Devices, and Applications, 2nd
ed., Prentice Hall, 1993.
Midterm Exam I: October 31, 2012 Wednesday 13:30-16:30
Midterm Exam II: December 19, 2012 Wednesday 13:30-16:30
in class (OPEN notes/OPEN books) – bring any book to the exams!
There will be two-hour recitation sessions one week before the each midterm
examination.
Grading
Term Project
Term Project
: 30 %
Midterm Exam 1
: 15 %
Final Exam
: 40 %
Midterm Exam 2
: 15 %
Household LED Bulb Using Ultra Bright Power LEDs
ƒ Single student project,
ƒ Design, simulation, construction and testing of a power electronic circuit.
You can use Power Electronics Laboratory for building and testing,
ƒ Submit a term project report which must include cover page and obey the
report format. Failure to comply will result in ZERO grade in report,
ƒ Upload your report to ITU Ninova (otherwise ZERO grade from Term Prj.),
ƒ Each student will be given exactly 10 minutes for evaluation (five minutes
for showing the operation of circuit and five minutes for oral examination),
ƒ Failure to appear in project evaluation will result in a ZERO grade,
ƒ Due date: January 02, 2013 at 10:00am in Power Electronics Lab,
- submit a printed copy of your report before the individual evaluation.
ELK331E Power Electronic Circuits, Syllabus
Fall 2012, page 1/2
Asst. Prof. Deniz Yildirim
ISTANBUL TECHNICAL
UNIVERSITY
COURSE SYLLABUS
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Weekly Course
Outline
(tentative)
Course Outcome
ELK331E FALL 2012
1. The answer of "What is Power Electronics?" question and application areas of power
electronics, classification of power converters. Ideal switch and rectifier. Semiconductor
power switching devices used in power electronic circuits: Diode, bipolar junction
transistor (BJT), silicon controlled rectifier (thyristor), triac, diac, gate turn-off thyristor
(GTO), mosfet, insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT), integrated-gate commutated
thyristor (IGCT), and injection-enhanced gate transistor (IEGT). I-V characteristics,
operation principles, maximum voltage and current ratings.
2. Power Semiconductor switches continued. Gating circuits for controlled semiconductor
switches. Series and parallel commutation circuits for turning-off of thyristors.
3. AC-DC: Alternating Current - Direct Current converters (rectifiers). Single phase half-wave
uncontrolled and controlled rectifiers. Operating principles (voltage and current
waveshapes, analytic solutions, power factor, etc.) for resistive, resistive-inductive and
resistive-inductive-constant voltage load conditions.
4. Single phase full-wave uncontrolled, half-controlled and controlled rectifiers. Operating
principles (voltage and current waveshapes, analytic solutions, power factor, etc.) for
different load conditions.
5. Rectifiers continued.
6. Three-phase half-wave uncontrolled and controlled rectifiers, three-phase full-wave
uncontrolled, half-controlled and controlled rectifiers, 12-pulse rectifiers, power factor.
7. Three-phase rectifiers continued.
8. AC-AC: Alternating Current - Alternating Current Converters (AC choppers). International
standards that limits the maximum values of harmonics injected to the utility at the point
of common coupling: IEEE 519-1992, IEC 555-2. Single- and three-phase AC choppers, phase
control and burst-firing control methods, resistive and resistive-inductive load conditions.
Comparison of phase control and burst-firing control methods in terms of generated
harmonics and application areas. Direct frequency converters: Cycloconverters.
9. AC choppers continued.
10. DC-DC: Direct Current - Direct Current Converters (DC choppers). Buck type class A and
boost type class B choppers operating in first quadrant. Two-quadrant operation: Class C
operating in 1st and 2nd quadrant, Class D operating in 1st and 4th quadrant. Fourquadrant operation: Class E choppers
11. DC choppers continued.
12. DC-AC: Direct Current - Alternating Current Converters (inverters). Full-wave converters,
single-phase square-wave inverters, amplitude and harmonic control at the inverter
output, three-phase six-step square-wave inverter, harmonics in square-wave inverters.
Description of Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) and its principles, voltage-controlled PWM
inverters, harmonics in PWM inverters. Different modulation techniques for voltagecontrolled PWM inverters, current-controlled voltage-source PWM inverters.
13. Inverters continued.
14. Inverters continued.
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Learn ideal switching elements and characteristics of various power semiconductor
switches,
Analyze uncontrolled/controlled single- and three-phase rectifiers, and calculate
power and harmonic content in nonsinusoidal waveforms,
Use multi-pulse rectifier topologies,
Evaluate performance of single- and three-phase AC-AC converters and various
control techniques in terms of harmonic content,
Analyze buck- and boost-type (class A to D) DC-DC converters and four-quadrant
operation,
Investigate power circuit topologies of single- and three-phase square-wave and
modified-sine-wave inverters,
Use various modulation (control) techniques such as pulse width modulation and
selective harmonic elimination.
Attendance
Minimum 70% attendance to lectures and laboratory sessions are necessary as
required by the university regulations. Failure to do so will result in a grade VF
and those students will not be allowed into Final Examination.
Additional
Remarks
This document contains brief summary of all the rules for this class. You are
advised to read detailed syllabus in the course web page.
ELK331E Power Electronic Circuits, Syllabus
Fall 2012, page 2/2
Asst. Prof. Deniz Yildirim
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