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Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University

School of Technology, Electrical Engineering Department


B. Tech, Semester V, EE-315 Power Electronics
July-December 2015, Faculty- Mr. Vatsal Shah
Lesson Plan
Tentative Actual Lecture
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Content
Journey of electrical engineering program, Electrical and Electronics difference
Subject Introduction: Meaning of "Power Electronics", Significance and Applications
Subject Introduction: A simple circuit example, Concept of Power Electronics, Block diagram,
Interdisciplinary nature, Syllabus, Teaching Scheme and Text Books
DC-DC converter example: Dissipative realization and SPDT switch, Efficiency comparison, Step down
chopper circuit, Duty cycle, Average and RMS expressions, Input effective resistance, Ripples, Pi, Po and
efficiency of power transfer and converter efficiency

Control techniquies: Frequency modulation, Pulse width modulation, and current limit control.

Generation of gate signals, Modulation index, Buck converter circuit analysis, Continuous and Discontinuous
conduction mode of operation

Analysis of boost converter circuit, Average output voltage expression, Variation with respect to duty cycle,
Limitations
Analysis of buck-boost converter circuit, Average output voltage expression, Introduction to four quadrant DCDC converter operation

Remarks

Unit II
Topic 1

Unit-I Power Semiconductor Devices


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Power Semiconductor devices, Ideal Switch Characteristics, Power Diode


Power Diodes: Internal Structure, Ratings, Reverse Recovery: Softness factor, Types, Commercially
available diodes
Construction, Operation, Input/Output/Transfer Characteristics, Symbols for Power Transistor: Power BJT,
Darlington Pair
Comparision of BJT and FET: Switching & Conduction losses, Input impedance, Temperature coefficient,
Symbol, Operation & Control
Construction, Operation, Input/Output/Transfer Characteristics & Symbols for Power MOSFET, Types
Construction, Operation, Input/Output/Transfer Characteristics & Symbols for Insulated Gate Bipolar
Transistor, Equivalent circuit, Packaging
Four Layer PNPN devices: Thyristor construction, Operation, VI Characteristics, Turn on & Turn off methods
(commutation), Types
Four Layer PNPN devices: GTO VI Characteristics, Turn on, Turn off (commutation), Challenges.
MCT
Symbol and features
Two Transistor analogy of SCR. Latching and holding current
Comparision of power devices: Controllability, Power rating, Switching frequency, Polarity of blocking voltage
and direction of current conduction, Different configurations of bipolar bidirectional switches, Applications

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Few power devices manufacturing companies, Need for series and parallel operation of SCR, Issues and
Solution, Uniform voltage sharing networks and calculations, Uniform current sharing with R and L

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Gate triggering requirements, Uni Junction Transistor, Construction & characteristics

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UJT based oscillator circuit: Design, wave forms and analysis, Verification, Simulation Tools: Advantages
and Limitations

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Latching and holding current based calculations, Average switching and conduction losses calculations,
Thermal Resistance deifinition

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Junction - Case, Case - Sink and Sink - Ambient thermal resistances, Electrical equivalent thermal model

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Estimation of junction temperature and maximum power losses for device

Power
Electronics by
Daniel Hart

B. Tech, Semester V, EE-315 Power Electronics


July-December 2015, Faculty- Mr. Vatsal Shah
Lesson Plan
Tentative Actual Lecture
Date
Date
No

Content

Remarks

Unit-II AC-DC Converters


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Single phase half wave uncontrolled rectifier: R and RL load


Porformance Parameters: Rectification efficiency, Form factor, Ripple Factor, Transformer Utilization Factor,
Displacement Factor, Harmonic Factor, Power Factor, Crest Factor, Total Harmonic Distortion

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Single phase full wave uncontrolled rectifier: R and RL load. Calculation for filter capacitor value, Input
current waveshape

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Three phase half wave and full wave rectifier with R load, Principle of phase controlled converter operation:
Firing angle, Conduction angle & Extinction angle
Single phase half wave controlled rectifier: R and RL load, Effect of freewheeling diode
Single phase full wave controlled rectifier: R and RL load, Center Tap and Bridge confuguration, Gating
pulses
Half controlled bridge rectifier: symmetrical and asymmetrical configurations, Three phase half wave
controlled rectifier with R load
Three phase full wave controlled rectifier with R load, Four quadrant operation: Single phase dual converter,
Ideal dual converter and condition for firing angles

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Unit III AC-AC Controllers


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Principle of on-off control and phase angle control

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Single phase bidirectional controller with resistive load, Single phase transformer connection changer

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Three phase full wave controllers: Analysis of three pahse three wire AC controller, Gating signals and RMS
voltage
Analysis of delta conneted three phase AC controller: Gating signals and RMS voltage

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Single phase cycloconverter operation

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Three phase-Three phase and Three phase-Single phase cycloconverters

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DC-AC converter (Inverter) introduction, applications and principle of operation

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Comparison of FM and PWM, Control of output voltage and frequecy in square wave mode of operation

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Single phase half bridge inverter, Fourier analysis and output RMS voltage

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Unit IV DC-AC Converters

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Performance parameters: HF, THD, DF and LOH, Single phase full bridge inverter operation with resistive
load
Voltage control of single phase inverter using PWM techniques: Single PWM and Multiple PWM

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Sinusoidal PWM, Modified PWM and Phase Displacement control. Summary of modulation techniques

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Three phase Inverter operation: 180 degree and 120 degree conduction modes, Switching states of three
phase inverter

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Power
Electronics by
Daniel Hart