# EECS 166A Industrial and Power Electronics (2012-2013)

#### EECS 166A Industrial and Power Electronics

**EECS 166A Industrial and Power Electronics (Credit Units: 4)** Power switching devices, pulse width modulation (PWM) methods, switching converter topologies, control, and magnetics. Prerequisite: EECS170C; EECS160A or consent of instructor. Concurrent with EECS 267A. (Design units: 2)

- Smedley, K. and Cuk, S., Switching flow Graph Nonlinear Modeling Technique, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, Vol. 9, No. 4, July 1994.
- Smedley, K. and Cuk, S., One-Cycle control of Switching Converters, IEEE Power Electronics Specialist Conference, 1991.

1. Use circuit principle and magnetic theory to analyze switching converters. (EAC a, EAC b)

2. Design switching converters for given specification. (EAC b)

3. Construct/debug switching converters on a circuit board. (EAC b)

4. Test the circuit use electronic instruments. (EAC b)

5. Calculate dc gains, ripples, conduction losses and switching losses. (EAC a)

6. Analyze the voltage and current stresses for semiconductor switches, capacitors, and inductors. (EAC a)

7. Design magnetic components such as inductors and transformers. (EAC b)

8. Find the dynamic model for basic converters. (EAC b)

9. Design a system component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. (EAC b)

- Analog electronics
- Digital electronics
- Control systems

- Continuous conduction mode analysis; PSPICE simulation of basic converters (week 1-3)
- Switching loss analysis and review; Converter design (week 4)
- Magnetic component analysis and high frequency inductor design; Inductor design and construction (week 5)
- Discontinuous conduction mode analysis; Converter construction (week 6)
- Isolated switching converter analysis; Converter debug and test (week 7)
- High frequency transformer design; Converter debug and test (week 8)
- Switching converter modeling using switching flow graph and control loop study (week 9-10)

Meets for 3 hours of lecture, 1 hour of discussion and 2 hours of laboratory each week for 10 weeks.

PSPICE and MATLAB/SIMULINK

Students will use scopes, power supplies, loads, function generators, multimeters, etc., for the project that involves: Inductor fabrication; Circuit board construction; Debug and testing.

Contributes toward the Electrical Engineering Topics Courses and Major Design experience.

Teach students hands-on technique such as how to solder the circuit components and use scopes, multimeters, power supplies, etc. For given specifications, students will calculate the circuit parameters, such as resistance, capacitance, inductance, MOSFET and diode requirements. Design and wind an inductor. Layout the switching circuit, PWM circuit chip, driver, dynamic compensator on a circuit board. Low noise construction methods are taught. Teach students how to debug a circuit to make the circuit to meet the specifications. Test the circuit.

- Home work: 10%
- Midterm exam: 30%
- Lab project: 30%
- Final exam: 30%
- Total 100%

Mathematics and Basic Science: 0.0 credit units

Computing: 0.0 credit units

Engineering Topics: 4.0 credit units

Engineering Science: 2.0 credit units

Engineering Design: 2.0 credit units