Basics of Power Electronics Practical Guide with PSIM

Go-to course for all fundamentals regarding Power Electronics
Basics of Power Electronics Practical Guide with PSIM
File Size :
9.13 GB
Total length :
20h 49m

Instructor

Dr. Shailendra Kumar Mittal

Language

Last update

Last updated 3/2022

Ratings

4.3/5

Basics of Power Electronics Practical Guide with PSIM

What you’ll learn

1. Basics of Power Semiconductor Devices like SCRs, Power BJTs, IGBTs, and MOSFETs.
2. The analysis of Power Circuits is presented with the Waveforms and Control Techniques.
3. The course discusses Power Processing Electronic Circuits like Rectifiers, AC Voltage Controllers, DC-DC converters, and Inverters.
4. Applications of Power Electronic Technology in the Generation sector, Transmission sector and also in day-to-day applications like Battery Charger, Motor Drives, Power Supplies are described.

Basics of Power Electronics Practical Guide with PSIM

Requirements

No Prerequisites

Description

Course Objectives:To enable learners to gain knowledge and understanding in the following aspects:1. Fundamentals of Power Electronic Devices and Characteristics.2. To understand and acquire knowledge about various Converter Circuits.3. To analyze and design different Power Converter Circuits.4. Analysis of waveforms of choppers, rectifiers, AC Voltage Controllers, and different types of inverters using PSIM software. Course Outcomes:The Learners will be able to:1. Acquire knowledge about Fundamental Concepts and techniques used in Power electronics.2. Ability to analyze various Single Phase and Three Phase Power Converter Circuits andunderstand their applications.3. Foster the ability to identify basic requirements for Power Electronics based design application.4. To develop skills to build, and troubleshoot Power Electronics Circuits.5. Foster ability to understand the use of Power Converters in Commercial and IndustrialApplicationsWhat you will learn from the Course?1. Basics of Power Semiconductor Devices like SCRs, Power BJTs, IGBTs, and MOSFETs.2. The analysis of Power Circuits is presented with the Waveforms and Control Techniques.3. The course discusses Power Processing Electronic Circuits like Rectifiers, AC Voltage Controllers, DC-DC converters, and Inverters.4. Applications of Power Electronic Technology in the Generation sector, Transmission sector and also in day-to-day applications like Battery Charger, Motor Drives, Power Supplies are described.MODULE-1: Power Semiconductor Devices 1. Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR) 1.1 Construction1.2 Operation1.3 Static & Dynamic characteristics1.4 Two transistor model1.5 Applications & RatingsMODULE-2: Firing Circuits, Protection Circuits of SCR & Commutation circuits 1. Firing Circuits i) Resistance Firing circuitsii) RC Full wave Firing circuitsiii) UJT Ramp Firing circuitsiv) Ramp & Pedestal Firing circuits2. Protection Circuits of SCR  & Snubber circuit protectionMODULE-3: DC to DC Converters (Choppers) 3.1 Step- down chopper3.2 Step- up chopper3.3 Strategies for controlling the output voltage of ChopperMODULE-4: AC to DC Converters (Rectifiers) 4.1 Single phase Fully Controlled AC-DC Converters with R-load4.2 Single phase Fully Controlled AC-DC Converters with RL-load4.3 Single phase Half Controlled AC-DC Converters (Semi-converters) with R-load4.4 Single phase Half Controlled AC-DC Converters (Semi-converters) with RL-load4.5 Three phase Fully Controlled AC-DC Converters with R-loadMODULE-5: AC to AC Converters (AC Voltage Controllers) 5.1 Single phase half wave AC voltage controller with R-load5.2 Single phase full wave AC voltage controller with R-load5.3 Single phase full wave AC voltage controller with RL-load5.4 Two-Stage sequence controlMODULE-6: DC to AC Converters (Inverters) 6.1 Single phase Half bridge DC-AC Converters with R-load6.2 Single phase Full bridge DC-AC Converters with R-load6.3 Single phase Full bridge DC-AC Converters with RL-load

Overview

Section 1: Module 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Thyristor & SCR Construction

Lecture 2 Operation of Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR)

Lecture 3 VI – Static Characteristics

Lecture 4 Dynamic Characteristics

Lecture 5 Turn-on Method – 1

Lecture 6 Turn-on Method – 2

Lecture 7 Turn-on Method – 3

Lecture 8 Features of firing circuit

Lecture 9 Single Phase Half Wave Controlled Rectifier with Resistive Load

Section 2: Module 2: Firing Circuits, Protection Circuits of SCR & Commutation circuits

Lecture 10 Resistance (R) Firing Circuit – Part 1

Lecture 11 Resistance (R) Firing Circuit – Part 2

Lecture 12 Resistance (R) Firing Circuit – Part 3

Lecture 13 Types of Firing Circuit and Evolution of RC Firing Circuit

Lecture 14 Working of Resistance-Capacitance (RC) Firing Circuit

Lecture 15 Application of Relaxation Oscillator for Triggering of Thyristor – Part 1

Lecture 16 Application of Relaxation Oscillator for Triggering of Thyristor – Part 2

Lecture 17 Types & Working of UJT Relaxation Oscillator for Triggering of SCR Part – 1

Lecture 18 Types & Working of UJT Relaxation Oscillator for Triggering of SCR Part – 2

Lecture 19 Types & Working of UJT Relaxation Oscillator for Triggering of SCR Part – 3

Lecture 20 Triggering of SCR using UJT Relaxation Oscillator

Lecture 21 Protection of Thyristor (SCR) – Part 1

Lecture 22 Protection of Thyristor (SCR) – Part 2

Lecture 23 Protection of Thyristor (SCR) – Part 3

Lecture 24 Protection of Thyristor (SCR) – Part 4

Section 3: MODULE-3: DC to DC Converters (Choppers)

Lecture 25 Principle of Chopper, Step-down Chopper

Lecture 26 Theory – Experiment on Step-down Chopper with Resistive Load using PSIM

Lecture 27 Experiment on Step-down Chopper with Resistive Load using PSIM

Lecture 28 Step-up Chopper – Circuit Diagram and Operation – Part 1

Lecture 29 Step-up Chopper – Circuit Diagram and Operation – Part 2

Lecture 30 Theory – Experiment on Step-Up Chopper with Resistive Load using PSIM

Lecture 31 Experiment on Step-Up Chopper with Resistive Load using PSIM

Lecture 32 Output Voltage Control of Chopper – Part 1

Lecture 33 Output Voltage Control of Chopper – Part 2

Lecture 34 Output Voltage Control of Chopper – Part 3

Lecture 35 Advantage & Disadvantage, Application, Comparison of Choppers

Section 4: Module 4: AC to DC Converters (Rectifiers)

Lecture 36 Classification of AC to DC Converters (Rectifiers) – Part 1

Lecture 37 Classification of AC to DC Converters (Rectifiers) – Part 2

Lecture 38 Classification of AC to DC Converters (Rectifiers) – Part 3

Lecture 39 Single Phase Centre Tapped Transformer Uncontrolled Rectifier (Resistive Load)

Lecture 40 Single phase Half Wave Controlled AC-DC Converters with R-load

Lecture 41 PSIM Simulation of Half Wave Controlled Rectifier with R Load

Lecture 42 Single phase Half Wave Controlled AC-DC Converters with RL- Part 1

Lecture 43 Single phase Half Wave Controlled AC-DC Converters with RL- Part 2

Lecture 44 Single phase Fully Controlled AC-DC Converters with R-load – Part 1

Lecture 45 Single phase Fully Controlled AC-DC Converters with R-load – Part 2

Lecture 46 Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Bridge Rectifier with RL-load – Part 1

Lecture 47 Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Bridge Rectifier with RL-load – Part 2

Lecture 48 Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Bridge Rectifier with RL-load – Part 3

Lecture 49 Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Bridge Rectifier with RL-load – Part 4

Lecture 50 Mid-Point Converter with Resistive Load Part 1

Lecture 51 Mid-Point Converter with Resistive Load Part 2

Lecture 52 Single Phase Semi-Converters – Part 1

Lecture 53 Single Phase Semi-Converters – Part 2

Lecture 54 Single Phase Semi-Converters – Part 3

Lecture 55 Experiment on Symmetrical Semi-Converters with RL Load using PSIM – theory

Lecture 56 Experiment on Symmetrical Semi-Converters with RL Load using PSIM

Lecture 57 Experiment on Asymmetrical Semi-Converters with RL Load using PSIM – theory

Lecture 58 Experiment on Asymmetrical Semi-Converters with RL Load using PSIM

Lecture 59 Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Rectifier with R-load using PSIM -theory

Lecture 60 Experiment on Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Rectifier with Rload

Lecture 61 Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Rectifier with RL-load using PSIM-theory

Lecture 62 Experiment on Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Rectifier with RL-load

Lecture 63 Experiment on Single phase Full Wave Fully Controlled Rectifier with RLload – 90

Section 5: Module 5: AC to AC Converters (AC Voltage Controllers)

Lecture 64 Single Phase Half Wave AC Voltage Controllers with Resistive Load

Lecture 65 Single Phase AC Voltage Controllers OR AC to AC Converters

Lecture 66 Experiment – Half Wave AC Controller with R-Load

Lecture 67 Full Wave AC Voltage Controller with R Load – Reading Material

Lecture 68 Experiment – Full Wave AC Voltage Controller with R Load

Lecture 69 Full Wave AC Voltage Regulator with Inductive Load

Lecture 70 Full Wave AC Voltage Regulator with Inductive Load – Reading Material

Lecture 71 Experiment – Full Wave AC Voltage Controller with Inductive Load

Section 6: MODULE-6: DC to AC Converters (Inverters)

Lecture 72 Classification of Inverters

Lecture 73 Half Bridge Inverters with Resistive Load

Section 7: Section 7: Numericals on SCR and Converters

Lecture 74 Numericals on SCR and Converters – Set 1

Lecture 75 Numericals on SCR and Converters – Set 2

Section 8: Section 8: Test

Anyone who wants to acquire knowledge about Fundamental Concepts and techniques used in Power electronics.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 20h 49m | 9.13 GB
Created by: Dr. Shailendra Kumar Mittal

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