Power Electronics

Power_Electronics

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Course Overview

The first high power electronic devices were mercury-arc valves. In modern systems the conversion is performed with semiconductor switching devices such as diodes, thyristorsand transistors, pioneered by R. D. Middlebrook and others beginning in the 1950s. In contrast to electronic systems concerned with transmission and processing of signals and data, in power electronics substantial amounts of electrical energy are processed. An AC/DC converter (rectifier) is the most typical power electronics device found in many consumer electronic devices, e.g. television sets, personal computers, battery chargers, etc. The power range is typically from tens of watts to several hundred watts. In industry a common application is the variable speed drive (VSD) that is used to control an induction motor. The power range of VSDs start from a few hundred watts and end at tens of megawatts.

What are the requirements?

  • NA

What am I going to get from this course?

  • 1.Power Electronics is the study of switching electronic circuits in order to control the flow of electrical energy. 2.Power Electronics is the technology behind switchingpower supplies, power converters, power inverters, motor drives, and motor soft starters.

What is the target audience?

  • Engineering Students

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Course Curriculum

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126 Video Lectures | 11:03:44

  • Module_1: Introduction
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  • Coulomb's Law
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  • Coulomb's Law in vector form
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  • Electric Field intensity
    00:01:07
     
  • Electric Field intensity in cartesian form
    00:00:51
     
  • Problem on point charge
    00:02:43
     
  • Electric Field intensity due to line charge
    00:04:42
     
  • Electric Field intensity due to infinite line charge
    00:01:26
     
  • Problem on Electric Field intensity due to infinite line charge
    00:02:22
     
  • Electric Field intensity due to charged circular ring
    00:03:58
     
  • Problem on Electric Field intensity due to charged circular ring
    00:02:33
     
  • Electric Field intensity due to infinite sheet of charge
    00:04:34
     
  • Problem on Electric Field intensity due to infinite sheet of charge
    00:03:17
     
  • Electric Field intensity due to volume charge
    00:05:44
     
  • Electric Flux
    00:00:25
     
  • Electric Flux Density
    00:00:11
     
  • Electric Flux Density in vector form
    00:00:29
     
  • Electric Flux Density due to point charge
    00:01:08
     
  • Relationship Between D
    00:01:11
     
  • Electric Flux Density due to various charge distribution
    00:01:35
     
  • Problem on Electric Flux Density at a point
    00:02:57
     
  • Module_2 : Gauss's Law
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  • Special Gaussian Surfaces
    00:00:31
     
  • Limitations of Gauss Law
    00:00:24
     
  • Applications of Gauss Law
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  • Proof of Gauss's Law in spherical co-ordinate system
    00:03:12
     
  • Application of Gauss Law to infinite Line charge
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  • Application of Gauss Law to Co-axial Cable
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  • Application of Gauss Law to infinite sheet of charge
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  • Application of Gauss Law to spherical sheet of charge
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  • Application of Gauss Law to uniform charged sphere
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  • Problem on Gauss's Law
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  • Divergence
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  • Physical Meaning of Divergence
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  • The vector operator
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  • Maxwell's first equation
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  • Problem on Maxwell's First equation
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  • Divergence Theorem
    00:03:44
     
  • Problem on Divergence Theorem
    00:09:12
     
  • Scalar potential
    00:03:22
     
  • Line Integral
    00:03:25
     
  • Equipotential Surface
    00:00:22
     
  • Electric Potential
    00:00:28
     
  • Potential Field of Point Charge
    00:03:19
     
  • Concept of Absolute potential
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  • Problem on Infinite Number of Charges
    00:03:29
     
  • Potential due to Line charge
    00:01:37
     
  • Potential due to Surface charge
    00:01:33
     
  • Potential due to Volume charge
    00:01:04
     
  • Potential due to Infinite Line charge
    00:02:24
     
  • Problem on Potential due to infinite Line charge
    00:01:46
     
  • Potential Gradient
    00:02:26
     
  • RelationShip Between Electric Field Intensity
    00:05:40
     
  • The Vector Operator
    00:02:24
     
  • Problem on Potential Gradient
    00:08:10
     
  • Energy Density in the Electrostatic Fields
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  • Energy Stored in Terms of Electric Flux Density
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  • Problem on Stored Energy
    00:06:05
     
  • Current
    00:00:42
     
  • Relationship between Current
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  • Relationship Between Current Density
    00:03:01
     
  • Point Form Of Continuity Equation
    00:05:08
     
  • Problem on Current density
    00:02:10
     
  • Module 3 : Poisson's
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  • Del square operation in different co-ordinate systems
    00:03:01
     
  • Problems on Poisson's
    00:15:56
     
  • Uniqueness theorem
    00:07:35
     
  • Procedure for solving laplace equations
    00:22:21
     
  • Calculating Capacitance using laplace equation problems
    00:29:02
     
  • Magnetic Field intensity
    00:01:36
     
  • biot-savart's law
    00:06:07
     
  • Biot-savart's law interms of distributed sources
    00:02:06
     
  • H due to infinitely long straight conductor
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  • H due to straight conductor of finite length
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  • Problems on Biot-savart's law
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  • H at the centre of circular conductor
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  • H on the axis of a circular loop
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  • Proof of Ampere's Law
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  • Applications of ampere's law H due to infitely long straight conductor
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  • H due to co-axial cable
    00:11:00
     
  • Problems on Ampere's Law
    00:11:58
     
  • H due to infinite sheet of current
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  • Curl
    00:13:51
     
  • Properties of curl
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  • Problems on curl
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  • Stoke's Theorem
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  • Problems on Stoke's Theorem
    00:12:08
     
  • Magnetic flux
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  • Application of flux density
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  • Magnetic Scalar
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  • Problems on Magnetic Scalar
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  • Module_4:Force on a moving point charge
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  • Force on a Moving Point Charge
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  • Lorentz Force equation
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  • Numericals on Force Equation
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  • Force On Differential Current Element
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  • Force Between Differential Current Elements
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  • Numerical on Force Between Diffrential Current Elements
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  • Force Between Two Parallel Conductors
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  • Numericals on Force Between Two Parallel Conductors
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  • Magnetization
    00:11:18
     
  • Numerical on Magnetization
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  • Magnetic Boundary Conditions
    00:15:04
     
  • Magnetic Circuits
    00:13:27
     
  • Magnetic Energy - Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field
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  • Stationary Closed Path In Time Varying B Field Statically Induced EMF
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  • A moving closed path in static B field dynamically induced EMF
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  • Faraday's Disc Generator
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  • Problems on Faraday's Law
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  • Displacement current density and displacement current
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  • Physical significance of displacement current
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  • Problems on displacement current density
    00:11:11
     
  • Maxwell's equation
    00:13:47
     
  • Problems on Maxwell's equation
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  • General wave equation
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  • Uniform plane wave in free space
    00:13:25
     
  • Phase velocity
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  • Relationship between E
    00:15:11
     
  • Wavelength
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  • Problems on wavelength
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  • Electromagnetic wave in perfect dielectric
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  • Electromagnetic waves in good conductor
    00:09:51
     
  • Problems on skin depth
    00:07:15
     
  • Poynting Vector
    00:17:53
     
  • Power flow in co-axial cable
    00:12:41
     
  • Problems on Poynting vector
    00:09:22
     

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