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Advanced modeling and control topics in power electronics, and power factor corrected supplies. Methods of design-oriented analysis, averaged switch modeling of converters, computer simulation using LTSpice and Matlab/Simulink, ac modeling of the discontinuous conduction mode, the current programmed mode, input filter design, digital control of switched-mode power converters, and low-harmonic rectifiers and inverters.
Prerequisite: ECEN 5797. ECEN 5807 is offered in alternate springs, including Spring 2019. This is one of the three courses required for the Professional Certificate in Power Electronics.
The course is offered both to regular on-campus students and also to off-campus students via the University of Colorado Boulder Distance Education program. All registered students can receive lectures via web-based streaming video through Canvas. Further details of the course policies, including procedures for off-campus students, are listed on the Vitals page.