Modeling and Control of Power Electronics Specialization
This Specialization is intended for students and engineers seeking to advance skills in the analysis, modeling, and design of high-performance control loops around switched-mode dc-dc, ac-dc and dc-ac power converters. Through five courses, you will cover averaged-switch modeling and simulation techniques, techniques of design-oriented analysis, input filter design, peak and average current-mode control techniques, as well as modeling and control of single-phase power factor correction rectifiers, and inverters for photovoltaic power systems.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Master techniques of design-oriented analysis for switched-mode power converters.
- Verify the design of closed-loop regulated power converters using switching and averaged circuit simulations.
- Design high-performance peak current-mode control and average current-mode control loops.
- Design input filters for switched-mode power converters.
This is Course #1 in the Modeling and Control of Power Electronics course sequence. The course is focused on practical design-oriented modeling and control of pulse-width modulated switched mode power converters using analytical and simulation tools in time and frequency domains. A design-oriented analysis technique known as the Middlebrook's [...]
This is Course #5 in the Modeling and Control of Power Electronics Specialization. The course is focused on modeling and control of grid-tied power electronics. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to understand, analyze, model, and design low-harmonic rectifiers and inverters interfacing dc loads or dc [...]
This is Course #3 in the Modeling and Control of Power Electronics course sequence. After completion of this course, you will gain an understanding of issues related to electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), the need for input filters and the effects input filters may have on converter [...]
This is Course #4 in the Modeling and Control of Power Electronics course sequence. The course is focused on current-mode control techniques, which are very frequently applied in practical realizations of switched-mode. Practical advantages of peak current mode control are discussed, including built-in overcurrent protection, simpler and more robust [...]
This is Course #2 in the Modeling and Control of Power Electronics course sequence. The course is focused on techniques of design-oriented analysis that allow you to quickly gain insights into models of switching power converters and to translate these insights into practical converter designs. The design-oriented techniques covered [...]