Power Electronics for Renewable and Distributed Generation
6 Units of Credit6 UOC
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The topics to be covered in this course will include: Grid integration of electrical power from renewable sources; Current and voltage control; Advanced topics in DC-DC converters, inverters, AC-DC converters and AC-AC converters for use in utility interfacing; resonant converters for DC-DC conversion; dynamic representation of DC-DC converters, control loops design; converter circuit and system modelling using LTSpice or other platforms, device selection and their modeling, thermal design, gate drive circuit design, magnetic core and other component selection and design, and case studies of converter system designs.
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