1 x 2-hour lecture weekly 10 x 1-hour tutorials per semester 6 x 2-hour laboratories per semester
1 2 of ENGR2702, ENGR2731, ENGR8802, ENGR8771 2 Admission into MEEE-Master of Engineering (Electrical and Electronic) Must Satisfy: ((1) or (2))
Enrolment not permitted
ENGR4812 has been successfully completed
Differential equations and Fourier series such as obtained in MATH1122 Mathematics 1B and ENGR2722 Analysis of Engineering Systems
Fundamental elements of power electronic systems including the diode and diode circuits, and the thyristor and thyristor circuits; DC to DC and DC to AC switching converters; electronic drives used to control different types of DC and AC machines.
The educational aims of the topic are:
To develop knowledge of the fundamental principles related to power electronics
To enhance understanding of the difficulties and limitations related to the practical implementation of power electronics within a multi-disciplinary engineering environment
Expected learning outcomes
At the completion of the topic, students are expected to be able to:
Demonstrate understanding of the fundamental elements of power electronic systems
Be able to analyse and design common power electronics circuits
Be able to analyse and design common electronic drives
Demonstrate understanding of the difficulties and limitations related to the practical implementation of power electronics within a multi-disciplinary engineering environment
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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