Exercises focus on three essential areas of power electronics open-loop power stages small-signal modeling, design of feedback loops and PWM DC-DC converter control schemes and semiconductor devices such as silicon, silicon carbide and gallium nitride
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Key features Includes complete designs to give students a quick overview of the converters, their characteristics, and fundamental analysis of operation
Meeting the standards required by industrial employers, the lab manual combines programming language with a simulation tool designed for proficiency in the theoretical and practical concepts
Students and instructors can choose from an extensive list of topics involving simulations on MATLAB, SABER, or SPICE-based platforms, enabling readers to gain the most out of the prelab, inlab, and postlab activities
The laboratory exercises have been taught and continuously improved for over 25 years by Marian K
This up-to-date and informative teaching material is now available for the benefit of a wide audience
Compatible with any programming tool MATLAB, Mathematica, or Maple and any circuit simulation tool PSpice, LTSpice, Synopsys SABER, PLECS, etc.
Contains a quick component selection list of power MOSFETs and diodes together with their ratings, important specifications and Spice models.
Presents lab exercises based on the most recent advancements in power electronics, including multiple-output power converters, modeling, current- and voltage-mode control schemes, and power semiconductor devices
Provides comprehensive appendices to aid basic understanding of the fundamental circuits, programming and simulation tools
Quick design section enables students and instructors to verify their design methodology for instant simulations