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  • A. Scheme

    Teaching Scheme

    Credits

    Examination Marks

    Total

    Marks

    L

    T

    P

    C

    Theory Marks

    Practical Marks

    ESE

    (E)

    PA (M)

    ESE (V)

    PA

    (I)

    PA

    ALA

    ESE

    OEP

    4

    0

    2

    6

    70

    20

    10

    20

    10

    20

    150




    B. Syllabus

    Sr. No.

    Content

    Total

    Hrs

    % Weightage

    1

    Power Semiconductor Devices:

     

        Review of Various Power Semiconductor Devices like Power Diode, Power BJT, Thyristor, MOSFET, etc.

        IGBT   Symbol   Construction   Principle  and  Working   IV Characteristics Physics of Operation Latchup in IGBT Switching

    Characteristics Rating and Specifications Applications Gate Drive

    circuits

        A general comparison of Power Semiconductor Devices

    6

     

    12

    2

    Device Control and Protection Circuits:

     

        Concept of PWM and its Generation

        Requirement of Drive Circuits for Various Devices

        Design of Isolated and Non-Isolated Drive Circuits for Power Devices

     Circuits for Different Protections like Over Voltage, Over Current,

    Short Circuit, 𝑑𝑖 , 𝑑𝑣 and its Design, Thermal Considerations

    𝑑𝑡    𝑑𝑡

    Hard and Soft Switching of Power Semiconductor Devices

    6

    12

     

    3

    AC-DC converters (Uncontrolled):

     

        Principle of Operation – Classification Applications

    6

    12

     

     

        Single  Phase  Uncontrolled  Rectifier:  Half  Wave  and  Full  wave  

    Analysis on Different Types of Load Working along with Necessary

    Waveforms

        Three Phase Uncontrolled Rectifier: Half Wave, Full wave - Analysis on Different Types of Load Working along with Necessary Waveforms – Working Principle of 6/12/24 Pulse Rectifiers

     

     

    4

    AC-DC converters (Controlled):

     

        Single Phase Half Wave Controlled Rectifiers with R, RL, RLE Load – Single Phase Full Wave Controlled Rectifier with R, RL, RLE Load Half and Full Controlled Bridge Rectifiers with R & RL Load

        Three Phase Half Wave and Full Wave Controlled Rectifier with R & RL Load Three Phase Half and Full Controlled Bridge Rectifier with R & RL Load Dual Converter

        Various Triggering Circuits for & Controlled Rectifiers like

    Inverse  Cosine  Method, UJT  Firing Scheme,  Transistorised  Firing, Using Logic Gates

    8

    16

    5

    Thyristorized Choppers:

     

        Chopper Principle of Operation Control Strategies: TRC & CLC

    Classification

        Step Up Choppers Step Up/Down Choppers First Quadrant (Type A) Chopper Second Quadrant (Type B) Chopper Two Quadrant (Type A or Type C) Chopper Two Quadrant (Type B or Type D) Chopper – Four Quadrant (Type E) Chopper

        Principle of Working, Operation, Analysis and Applications of Jones

    Chopper and Morgan Chopper

        Principle of Operation and Modes of Multiphase Choppers

    6

    12

    6

    DC-DC Converters:

     

        Importance  &  Requirement  of  DC  Power  Supply   Principle  

    Classification based on various criteria Performance Parameters

       Non-Isolated DC-DC Converters: Buck, Boost, Buck-Boost and Cuk Converters in CCM & DCM Their Operation Analysis on Different Loads and Control along with Necessary Waveforms

        Working Principle and Waveforms of Luo, Sepic and Zeta Converter

    6

    12

    7

    Isolated DC-DC Converters:

     

        Requirement and Importance of Isolation in Power Electronics Circuit

    Advantages

        Circuit, Working along with Waveforms, Analysis and Efficiency of: Flyback – Forward – Push Pull Half Bridge – Full Bridge Converters

    6

    12

    8

    Resonant Converters:

     

        Review  of  Resonance   Advantages   Principle  of  Operation  of

    Resonant Converters Classification

        Series and Parallel Resonant Converters

        ZVS and ZCS Resonant Converters Types (L & M) Working

    Principle Waveforms Analysis Comparison

    6

    12



    C. Course Outcome

    1.   Understand and compare different power semiconductor switches and be able to select appropriate power switch for different applications.

    2.   Understand IGBT as a power switch along with its construction, working, application and drive requirements.

    3.   Understand the concept of PWM and its importance.

    4.   Understand and be able to select, design and implement proper driving circuit for various power semiconductor switches.

    5.   Understand different types of controlled & uncontrolled AC-DC converters.

    6.   Understand different types of choppers and its applications.

    7.   Understand different types of DC-DC converters and its applications.



    D. CO PO Mapping



    E. Evaluation Methodology



    F. Lesson Planning




    M. Links



    N. Blogs




    P. Journals



    Q. Topics


    R. Industries


    S. Scientists


    T. VL Experiments

    Y. Useful Software

    Open Source Software:

    -      TINA-TI for circuit simulation (http://www.ti.com/tool/tina-ti)

    -      OSCAD for CAD application (http://www.oscad.in/downloads)

    -      Multisim for circuit simulation (http://www.ni.com/multisim)

    -      http://sourceforge.net/projects/ktechlab/

             -      http://www.cburch.com/logisim/

    Open source for Math Tools:

    -      http://maxima.sourceforge.net

    -      www.scilab.org

    -      www.sagemath.org

    -      www.gnu.org/software/octave/



    For the following, Click Here:

    G. References/Books
    H. Notes
    I. PPTs
    J. Assignments
    K. Handouts
    L. Lab Manual
    O. Videos
     U. Study Material
     V. Question Bank
     W. Quiz/MCQs
     X. Animations / Simulations
     Z. Research Papers




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