Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ELE 754 Power Electronics
A course on solid state power converters. Major topics include: switching devices (SCR, MOSFET, IGBT, GTO, etc.), dc-dc switch mode converters, diode and thyristor rectifiers, current and voltage source inverters, ac-ac converters and industry applications. Typical control, gating and protection schemes for these converters will also be discussed. Important concepts are illustrated through laboratory projects. Real-time DSP based experimental platform will be used in the projects. Lect: 3 hrs./Lab: 2 hrs.
Design Project 1 - DC-DC Converter and DC Motor Drive proj1.asm
Design Project 2 - Control of Thyristor Rectifiers proj2.asm
Design Project 3 - IGBT inverter and Induction Motor Drive proj3.asm
Contains: as11.exe - 68HC11 Assembler. asref.man - Manual. regshc11.asm - Register listing.
Contains: mppv96.asm - Buffalo monitor with LCD add on. kmon96v1.asm - Experimental monitor.
Contains: math11j.asm - Floating Point Math package with jump table. math11j.lst - Assembler listing. math11j.s19 - s19 file, programs eprom starting at d000h.
Link to Mgtek -
MiniIDE is an integrated development environment running under
Windows 95/98/NT. MiniIDE incorporates an editor and a serial
communication terminal. A command line cross assembler, which is
seamlessly integrated in the IDE, is included.
The following rules apply to all labs:
No food or drink allowed in the lab.
No offensive computer screens.
No tampering with wires or network cables.
No use of illegal software.
No attempting to compromise network security.
Report any unsafe conditions to Engineering Support or your Lab Instructor immediately
Further lab safety information can be found at: http://www.ee.ryerson.ca/guides/labsafety/