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COURSE PLAN
FIRST: BASIC INFORMATION
First semester 2018/2019
College
College
:Faculty of Engineering Technology
Department
:Mechatronics Department
Course
Course Title
: Power Electronics &drive
Course Code
515018772
Credit Hours
:3
Prerequisite
Instructor
Name
Office No.
Tel (Ext)
E-mail
Office Hours
Class Times
Text Book
Title :
:
:Prof. Qazem M. Jaber
:
:00962 799097080
:[email protected]
:M;W:11:30-12:30
Building
Day
17
M
Start Time
15:30
End Time
17:30
Room No.
1724
[1] B.K. Bose, Power Electronics and AC drives, Prentice – Hl, New
Jersey,1987,or 2002.
References
[1].
Bimal K. Bose , Power Electronics and Motor Drives, Printed in the United
States of America ,2006.
[2]- N. Mohan, W. P. Robbin, and T. Undeland, Power Electronics: Converters,
[3] S.B. Dewan and A. Straughen, power semiconductor circuits, John Wiley & Sons,
1994, USA
[4]Matlab6.1 R12.1,Ntick, MA:Math Works, 2002
SECOND: PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Power Electronics and Electrical Drives; 3Cr. H. [3-0]
Energy conversion and electric power conditioning. DC-DC and DC-AC
converters for electrical drives, analysis of electrical drives. Dynamic models of
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DC and AC machines. Control principles of variable speed and servo drives.
Scalar control of DC-servo motors. Scalar and vector control principles of AC-motors. Practical
control examples
COURSE OBJECTIVES
1-To understand and acquire knowledge about various power semiconductor devices and motors
2-To prepare the students to analyze and design different power converter circuits and dc ac
drives
3- This course introduces the basic concepts of power semiconductor devices, inverter and choppers and their
analysis.
4-Today, power electronics and drive is an indispensable tool in any advanced country’s industrial economy,
saving energy is an important a spec t of power electronic and drive Applications.
COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES
1) Knowledge and Understanding
2) Professional Skills
3) Competences (Transferable skill and attributes)
Course Learning outcomes
concepts and techniques used in power electronics and
drive.
their applications.
understand their
applications.
and drive based design
application.
and drive circuits.
the use of power converters and motors drive system in commercial
and industrial applications
COURSE SYLLABUS
Week
Week
Course Topic
Introduction, classification, parameters,
Notes
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1;2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5
Week
6;7
Week 8
Week 9
Week 10
Week 11
Week 12
Week
13;14;15
power semiconductors devices, , thyristors,
characteristics, applications, switches,
electrical isolated circuit drive.
DC-dc converter fed DC motor
Controlled rectifiers, single and three phase
types, single phase controlled rectifiers,
output voltages, , applications, examples.fed
dc motor
Torque production of dc and ac machines
Electrical circuit of dc and ac motor, torque
and speed relations
Dc dynamic models
AC dynamic models, d –q theory;
synchronizing and stationary types.
Dynamic models of DC and AC machines
Control principles of variable speed and
servo drives
Three phase inverter, wave forms with 180
degrees conducting, wave forms with 120
degrees conducting, PWM technique,
sinusoidal PWM, principle and generation.
Scalar control of DC-servo motors. Scalar
and vector control principles of AC-motors.
Practical control examples
Week 16
Midterm Exam
Fin exam
COURSE LEARNING RESOURCES
Lectures, discussion groups, tutorials, problem solving, debates, mini project with lab, data show,
matlab,
ONLINE RESOURCES
Websites http://computing.vt.edu
ASSESSMANT TOOLS
)Write assessment tools that will be used to test students ability to understand the course material
and gain the skills and competencies stated in learning outcomes
ASSESSMENT TOOLS
%
Quizzes
2
Report and
presentation
5
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Participation
Oral Exams
Activities/attendance
Presentation
Mid Exam
Lectures notes
Final Exam
TOTAL MARKS
variable
variable
5
40
5
50
110
THIRD: COURSE RULES
ATTENDANCE RULES
Attendance and participation are extremely important, and the usual University rules will apply.
Attendance will be recorded for each class. Absence of 10% will result in a first written warning. Absence
of 15% of the course will result in a second warning. Absence of 20% or more will result in forfeiting the
course and the student will not be permitted to attend the final examination. Should a student
encounter any special circumstances (i.e. medical or personal), he/she is encouraged to discuss this with
the instructor and written proof will be required to delete any absences from his/her attendance
records.
Example:
90 – 100
85 – 89
75 – 84
65 – 74
60 – 64
55 – 59
50 – 54
45-49
Less than 45
A
B+
B
C+
C
D+
D
DF
REMARKS
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COURSE COORDINATOR
Course Coordinator: