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Power electronics basics : power switches (semiconductor devices), magnetic components (inductance, transformer), capacitor. Description of the converter families : DC/DC, DC/AC, AC/DC, AC/AC. Cases studies : buck, boost, buck-boost, flyback, forward.
Electrical power converion is mainly done power electronics converters. In a first time, the objective is to understand the basics of the conversion based on the switching principle.
Components based on semiconductor devices (Si) are described and studies : diode, IGBT, MOSFET.
Passive components are also presented : capacitor, inductance, transformer. Physical description, modelling, technological issues and limitations.
DC-DC, AC-AC, DC-AC, AC-DC families are presented first and after the focus is done on the DC-DC family.
The dynamic modelling approach is given towards the average modelling principle : the general approach is then applied to simple examples.
General laws of electricitySolid state physics (basics)Control and dynamic aspects of systems
Finale : 50% + 50%
CC 50% + 50% CT
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JP.Ferrieux, F.Forest, "Alimentations à découpage, convertisseurs à résonance", Dunod, 3eme édition, 2006.
Robert W. Erickson and Dragan Maksimovic, "Fundamentals of Power Electronics", Springer, 2001, ISBN: 978-1-4757-0559-1 (Print) 978-0-306-48048-5 (Online).
Bacha, Seddik, Munteanu, Iulian, Bratcu, Antoneta Iuliana, "Power Electronic Converters Modeling and Control", Springer, 2014.
Date of update February 8, 2017