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Simulating Power Electronic Circuits using Python

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Simulating Power Electronic Circuits using Python

Simulating Power Electronic Circuits using Python
Video: .mp4 (1280x720, 30 fps(r)) | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz, 2ch | Size: 5.8 GB
Genre: eLearning Video | Duration: 106 lectures (18 hour, 26 mins) | Language: English

A beginner's guide to simulations with theory and example


What you'll learn

Installing and setting up Python
Installing Python Power Electronics - an open source circuit simulator
Simulating a basic resistive circuit
Basics of magnetic and electric fields from a power engineering perspective
How inductors and capacitors form energy storage elements in power electronic circuits
The use of diodes in power electronic circuits
The working of a diode using simulations
The concept of rectification and how a rectifier can be built using diodes
Building a rectifier step by step using simulations
Writing control functions using Python
Simulating a buck converter

Requirements

Basic electrical engineering, basic programming in any high level language

Description

For a student of electrical engineering or for a practicing electrical technician, getting started with simulating electrical circuits can be challenging. Even more so in the case of power electronics where circuits are non-linear. This course introduces the process of simulation and also provides basic theory lectures to help you understand how simulations can be used to learn how power converters work.

This course uses only free and open source software. The course will have lectures to show you how to download and install each software. All software are compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac OS and you can follow this course whatever operating system you prefer to use. The course also has a basic tutorial on Python programming to help you with writing control code for electrical circuits. The course uses the free and open source circuit simulator Python Power Electronics. You can use other simulators if you are already using them. However, all examples in this course will use Python Power Electronics as I would like all students registered for the course to be able to access a circuit simulator and not all simulators are free to use.

This course is not a comprehensive course on power electronics. I will not be covering a vast number of power converters. Instead, this course focuses on depth. The lectures will have code along sessions where I will be building simulations from scratch and will be switching back and forth between theory presentations and simulation results to understand how circuits work. The course will not be heavily mathematical but on the contrary will use fundamental concepts of Physics to understand how power converter circuits.

In order to successfully complete this course, a student is required to have some basic electrical knowledge. This implies basic network laws - Kirchoff's Voltage Law, Kirchoff's Current Law, Ohm's Law. These would be taught in first year of electrical engineering. Other than that, you do not need to have prior knowledge of power electronics or analog electronics. A student will also be required to have some basic knowledge of programming. This course uses Python. However, if a student has used any other high level language such as C, C++, Java etc, that would do as well. Expert knowledge of programming is not necessary. This course however, should not be a student's very first time coding.

Who this course is for:

Students of electrical engineering, practicing engineers and electrical technicians

Simulating Power Electronic Circuits using Python


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