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ELC-230 Industrial Power Electronics

55 hours lecture, 55 hours lab


Students will gain practical experience in working with power control devices (Thyristor, Mosfets) and control circuits, including: rectifiers, inverters, choppers, CSI, VSI, and PWM drives. Students will "construct" modular AC and DC Motor drives, using power Thyristor and Mosfets, then test, operate and troubleshoot the control circuits. Variable speed motor control will be examined with and without feedback. Concept, analysis, and applications of commercial industrial drives will be introduced.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Industrial Automation Program, or instructor permission.

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