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Industrial Electronics

Code 15429
Year 2
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload PL(15H)/T(30H)/TP(15H)
Scientific area Electrotechnics and Electronics
Entry requirements Strong knowledge of electric circuit Analysis.
Mode of delivery Face-to-Face.
Work placements Not Applicable.
Learning outcomes The curricular unit has two main goals:
(1) at first intends to give to the student the knowledge that he needs to understand how the electronic systems found in the industry work;
(2) through the acquired teachings, the student must be able to conceive, design and develop solutions in the industrial electronics field.
Syllabus 1. Power electronics review: Principles of electronic power conversion, semiconductors, and topologies of AC / DC converters.
2. DC / DC converters: command / control strategies, analysis and applicability of each approach/topology.
3. DC / AC converters, command / control strategies, analysis and applicability of each approach/topology.
4. AC / DC converters (rectifiers) with improved power factor.
5. Introduction to Matrix Converters
6. Conversion topologies that integrate several conversion stages: Applicability of each of the solutions.
Main Bibliography D. S. B. Fonseca, Classroom slide presentation “Eletrónica Industrial” (Industrial electronics, in portuguese), UBI, Covilhã 2014 (available in the Moddle platform.
P. C. Sen: "Principles of Electric Machines and Power Electronics", John Wiley & Sons.
M. H. Rashid: "Power Electronics Circuits, and Applications", Prentice Hall.
N. Mohan, T. M. Undeland, W. P. Robbins: "Power Electronics: Converters, Applications, and Design", John Wiley & Sons.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria At the theoretical classes the course contents are presented through classic methodologies. The laboratory classrooms are devoted entirely to the conduct of tests. All need documentation is previously available on Moodle platform.
All students who have been present in 80% of PL classes and have been evaluated in the practical component are allowed to do the final exam.
Exemption from final examination is subject to obtaining a minimum grade of 10 (ten), in a maximum grade of 20 (twenty), in continuous evaluation, assigned on the basis of combined evaluation of a written test, scheduled for January 7 at 2:00 pm, and a practical component that comprehends two reports of two practical works: NFreq = 0.75xNT +0.25xNP.
Formula for calculating the final grade is: NF = Greatest of {(0.75x NE +0.25xNP);NFreq}.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-03-21

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