Power Electronics Devices, Drives Machines and Applications
General details of the subject
- Face-to-face degree course
Description and contextualization of the subject
Offshore renewable energy technologies have gone through significant developments and improvements in the electrical energy conversion systems, namely the generators and the power electronic interfaces that enable the integration of these generation sources to the power grid. This subject focuses on the fundamentals of operation of typical generators, semiconductors and converter types.
The objectives are to provide students with¿
1. Understanding the operating principles of common AC and DC machines (torque and back-emf production in DC machines, torque production in induction motors, and the derivation of the induction motor equivalent circuit).
2. Learn design principles of rotating electrical machines.
3. Familiarise with two-axis model of AC machines (origin of the two-axis model, and stationary and synchronous reference frames)
4. Learn the dynamic models of AC and DC machines
|BLANCO ILZARBE, JESUS MARIA||University of the Basque Country||Profesorado Titular De Universidad||Doctor||Not bilingual||Fluid Mechanicsemail@example.com|
|EGUIA LOPEZ, PABLO||University of the Basque Country||Profesorado Agregado||Doctor||Not bilingual||Electrical Engineeringfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|MARTINEZ DE ALEGRIA MANCISIDOR, IÑIGO||University of the Basque Country||Profesorado Agregado||Doctor||Bilingual||Electronic Technologyemail@example.com|
|Students learn basic techniques to analyse magnetic circuits||25.0 %|
|Students get familiarise with AC machines components, operation||25.0 %|
|Students are able to model AC machines in the dq frame||25.0 %|
|Students are able to develop models for common electromagnetic systems such as transformers, and DC and AC machines||25.0 %|
|Type||Face-to-face hours||Non face-to-face hours||Total hours|
|Applied classroom-based groups||12||12||24|
|Name||Hours||Percentage of classroom teaching|
|Expositive classes||24.0||100 %|
|Reading and practical analysis||12.0||0 %|
|Solving practical cases||12.0||100 %|
|Systematised study||24.0||0 %|
|Name||Minimum weighting||Maximum weighting|
|Written examination||0.0 %||100.0 %|
1 Revision of the operating principles of common AC and DC machines (torque and back-emf production in DC machines, torque production in induction motors, and the derivation of the induction motor equivalent circuit).
2 Design principles of rotating electrical machines.
3 Two-axis model of AC machines (origin of the two-axis model, and stationary and synchronous reference frames)
4 Dynamic models of AC and DC machines
The following titles are examples of texts that may be consulted in support of the lecture series. The module does not rely on any of these texts in particular. Students are encouraged to consult any of the numerous other texts that exist on the topics of power electronics and electrical machines.
`Power Electronics¿, 3rd Ed, C W Lander (McGraw-Hill), ISBN 0-07-084162-4
`Principles of Electric Machines and Power Electronics¿, P.C. Sen (Wiley), ISBN 0-471-61717-2
`Electrical Machines, Drives and Power Systems¿, T. Wildi (Prentice-Hall), ISBN 0-13-082460-7
'Power Electronics: Converters, Applications and Design', N Mohan et.al. (Wiley), 0-471-22693-9