Announcements, Updates, and Pertinent Material
- Midterm Exam
- Will be available in D2L on Friday March 6, and due in D2L midterm dropbox at 10 am MDT on Friday March 13.
- The midterm will cover: averaged switch modeling, EET, nEET, input filters, and feedback theorem.
- Lecture 20: Introduction to current mode control
- Lecture 19: DCM high frequency dynamics
- Lecture 18: DCM simulation example, high frequency dynamics
- Lecture 17: DCM
- Lecture 16 slides: equivalent circuit modeling of DCM
- Homework assignment 7: Discontinuous conduction mode, due in D2L hw7 dropbox by 10:00 am MST on Friday March 6.
Update 2/26/2015 RWE
Advanced modeling and control topics in power electronics, and power factor corrected supplies. Averaged switch modeling of converters, computer simulation using LTSpice and Matlab/Simulink, ac modeling of the discontinuous conduction mode, the current programmed mode, null double injection techniques in linear circuits, input filter design, harmonics in power systems, and low-harmonic rectifiers.
Prerequisite: ECEN 5797. ECEN 5807 is offered in alternate springs, including Spring 2015. Instructor: Prof. Bob Erickson. It 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 CAETE. All registered students can receive lectures via web-based streaming video through the Desire2Learn website. Further details of the course policies, including procedures for off-campus students, are listed on the Vitals page.