Raju, N and Beedu, Nishanth and Lakshminarasamma, N and Ramanarayanan, V (2006) A do-it-yourself (DIY) switched mode power conversion laboratory. In: 3rd India International Conference on Power Electronics, Dec, 19-21, 2006, Chennai, India, pp. 289-292.
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In the education of physical sciences, the role of the laboratory cannot be overemphasised. It is the laboratory exercises which enable the student to assimilate the theoretical basis, verify the same through bench-top experiments, and internalize the subject discipline to acquire mastery of the same. However the resources essential to put together such an environment is substantial. As a result, the students go through a curriculum which is wanting in this respect. This paper presents a low cost alternative to impart such an experience to the student aimed at the subject of switched mode power conversion. The resources are based on an open source circuit simulator (Sequel) developed at IIT Mumbai, and inexpensive construction kits developed at IISc Bangalore. The Sequel programme developed by IIT Mumbai, is a circuit simulation program under linux operating system distributed free of charge. The construction kits developed at IISc Bangalore, is fully documented for anyone to assemble these circuit which minimal equipment such as soldering iron, multimeter, power supply etc. This paper puts together a simple forward dc to dc converter as a vehicle to introduce the programming under sequel to evaluate the transient performance and small signal dynamic model of the same. Bench tests on the assembled construction kit may be done by the student for study of operation, transient performance and closed loop stability margins etc.
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|Keywords:||Construction Project Kits;Switched Mode Power Conversion;Forward Converter;Sequel.|
|Department/Centre:||Division of Electrical Sciences > Electronic Systems Engineering (Formerly, (CEDT) Centre for Electronic Design & Technology)|
|Date Deposited:||01 Jun 2009 07:01|
|Last Modified:||19 Sep 2010 05:30|
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