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  • 1. Fundamentals of Power Electronics Instructors slidesFundamentals of Power ElectronicsR. W. EricksonAccompanying material for instructorsThe materials below are intended to be used by instructors of power electronics classes who haveadopted Fundamentals of Power Electronics as a text. These instructors may download and use the filesfor educational purposes free of charge. Students and others who have purchased the text may also usethe slides as an educational supplement to the text. Other uses of these materials is prohibited. All slidescopyright R. W. Erickson 1997.The slides for each chapter are contained in a .pdf file. These files can be read using the Adobe Acrobatviewer, available free from the Adobe Acrobat web site. Slides and overhead transpariencies covering thematerial of the entire book can be produced using these files.BackIntroductionq Chapter 1. Introduction 98kBPart 1: Converters in Equilibriumq Chapter 2. Principles of steady-state converter analysis 126kBq Chapter 3. Steady-state equivalent circuit modeling, losses, and efficiency 98kBq Chapter 4. Switch realization 201kBq Chapter 5. The discontinuous conduction mode 96kBq Chapter 6. Converter circuits 283kBPart 2: Converter Dynamics and Controlq Chapter 7. Ac equivalent circuit modeling 422kBq Chapter 8. Converter transfer functionsq Chapter 9. Controller design 365kBq Chapter 10. Ac and dc equivalent circuit modeling of the discontinuous conduction mode 218kBq Chapter 11. The current programmed mode 236kBPart 3: Magnetics (1 of 2) [25/04/2002 16:41:49]
  • 2. Fundamentals of Power Electronics Instructors slidesq Chapter 12. Basic magnetics theory 196kBq Chapter 13. Filter inductor design 67kBq Chapter 14. Transformer design 175kBPart 4: Modern Rectifiers and Power System Harmonicsq Chapter 15. Power and harmonics in nonsinusoidal systems 91kBq Chapter 16. Line-commutated rectifiers 130kBq Chapter 17. The ideal rectifier 235kBq Chapter 18. Low harmonic rectifier modeling and controlPart 5: Resonant Convertersq Chapter 19. Resonant conversion 325kBq Chapter 20. Quasi-resonant converters 177kBAppendicesq Appendix 1. RMS values of commonly-observed converter waveforms 26 kBq Appendix 2. Magnetics design tables 26kBq Appendix 3. Averaged switch modeling of a CCM SEPIC 41kBUpdate 11/30/98 rwe (2 of 2) [25/04/2002 16:41:49]
  • 3. Revision to Fundamentals of Power ElectronicsFundamentals of Power ElectronicsFirst EditionR. W. EricksonPower Electronics Group, University of Colorado at BoulderAbout the second editionA new textbook on power electronics converters. This book isintended for use in introductory power electronics courses at thesenior and first-year graduate level. It is also intended as asource for professionals working in power electronics, powerconversion, and analog electronics. It emphasizes thefundamental concepts of power electronics, including averagedmodeling of PWM converters and fundamentals of convertercircuits and electronics, control systems, magnetics, low-harmonic rectifiers, and resonant converters.Publisher and vitalsNew York: Chapman and Hall, May 1997.HardbackISBN 0-412-08541-0TK7881.15.E75 19977"x10", 791 pages, 929 line illustrations.Note: Chapman and Hall has recently been acquired byKluwer Academic PublishersNote to instructors: how to obtain a copyMore information regarding contents of bookq Complete Table of Contentsq Abridged Table of Contents: Chapter titles onlyq Preface (1 of 2) [25/04/2002 16:41:54]
  • 4. Revision to Fundamentals of Power Electronicsq Index 101kB -searchable with Adobe AcrobatErrata, first printingSupplementary material for instructorsq Slidesq Solutions to selected problemsOther supplementary materialProximity effect: computer functions 70kBFerrite toroid data: Excel 5 spreadsheetDerivation of Gg0, Eqs. (11.84) and (11.85)Update 9/7/01 rwe (2 of 2) [25/04/2002 16:41:54]
  • 5. CoPECCoPECColorado Power Electronics CenterUniversity of Colorado, BoulderAbout CoPECResearchPublicationsStudentsFacultyCoursesTextbook: Fundamentals of Power ElectronicsPower Electronics in the CU Boulder Electrical and Computer Engineering DepartmentLinks to Other Power Electronics SitesUpdated May 21, 2001. [25/04/2002 16:41:56]
  • 6. Revision to Fundamentals of Power ElectronicsFundamentals ofPower ElectronicsSecond EditionAuthors: R. W. Erickson and D.MaksimovicUniversity of Colorado, BoulderPublisher: Kluwer AcademicPublishers912 pagesISBN 0-7923-7270-0q First edition web siteq To order directly from thepublisherq Note to instructors: how toobtain desk copiesq Errata, second edition, firstprintingq Errata, second edition, secondprintingq New Certificate Program inPower Electronicsq PSPICE circuit files and libraryq Courses at the University ofColorado that use the secondeditionr ECEN 5797 Power (1 of 6) [25/04/2002 16:42:05]
  • 7. Revision to Fundamentals of Power ElectronicsElectronics 1r ECEN 5807 PowerElectronics 2r ECEN 5817 PowerElectronics 3Major Features of theSecond Editionq New material on converter simulationusing averaged switch modelsq Major revision of material on currentmode control, including tables of transferfunctions of basic convertersq Major revision of material on averagedswitch modelingq New material covering input filter designand Middlebrooks extra elementtheoremq Improved explanations of the proximityeffect and MMF diagramsq New section on design of multiple-winding magnetics using the Kg method,including new examplesq New material on soft switching,including active clamp snubbers, theZVT full bridge converter, and ARCPq Major revision of material on low-harmonic rectifiers, to improve flow andreadability. New material on criticalconduction mode controlq Major revision and simplification of thechapter on ac modeling of thediscontinuous conduction modeq Revised problems, and a solutionsmanual (2 of 6) [25/04/2002 16:42:05]
  • 8. Revision to Fundamentals of Power ElectronicsDetailed description of revisionsq Contentsq Preface to the Second Editionq Chapter 1 IntroductionPart 1. Converters in EquilibriumThere are no substantial changes to the chapters of Part 1.q Chapter 2 Principles of Steady-State Converter Analysisq Chapter 3 Steady-State Equivalent Circuit Modeling, Losses, and Efficiencyq Chapter 4 Switch Realizationq Chapter 5 The Discontinuous Conduction Modeq Chapter 6 Converter CircuitsPart 2. Converter Dynamics and Controlq Chapter 7 AC Equivalent Circuit ModelingChapter 7 has been revised to improve the logical flow, including incorporation of the First EditionAppendix 3 into the chapter. The treatment of circuit averaging and averaged switch modeling (Section7.4) has undergone major revision. Other changes include Fig. 7.4 and the related text, and Sections7.2.2, 7.2.7.q Chapter 8 Converter Transfer FunctionsMajor revisions to Chapter 8 include a new introduction, a new input filter example in Section 8.1.8, andsubstantial changes to the buck-boost converter example of Section 8.2.1 and the material of Sections 8.3and 8.4.q Chapter 9 Controller DesignOnly minor changes to Chapter 9 were made.q Chapter 10 Input Filter DesignThis is an entirely new chapter that treats how input filters modify the transfer functions of a dc-dc (3 of 6) [25/04/2002 16:42:05]
  • 9. Revision to Fundamentals of Power Electronicsconverter, and how to design an input filter that is adequately damped. The approach is based onMiddlebrooks Extra Element Theorem (EET) of Appendix C, although it is possible to teach this chapterwithout use of the EET.q Chapter 11 AC and DC Equivalent Circuit Modeling of the Discontinuous Conduction ModeThis chapter has been entirely revised and simplified.q Chapter 12 Current Programmed ControlTreatment of the "more accurate model" in Section 12.3 has undergone a major revision. The explanationis more straightforward, and results are summarized for the basic buck, boost, and buck-boost converters.The results of simulation are used to illustrate how current programming changes the converter transferfunction. The treatment of discontinuous conduction mode in Section 12.4 has been shortened.Part 3. Magneticsq Chapter 13 Basic Magnetics TheoryThe material on the skin and proximity effects has undergone a major revision, to better introduce theconcepts of the proximity effect and MMF diagrams. The summary of operation of different magneticdevices has been moved from the filter inductor design chapter into this chapter.q Chapter 14 Inductor DesignA new section on design of multiple-winding inductors using the Kg method has been added, includingtwo new examples. The summary of different magnetic devices has been moved to the previous chapter,and the material on winding area optimization (previously in the transformer design chapter) has beenmoved into this chapter.q Chapter 15 Transformer DesignNotation regarding maximum, peak, and saturation flux density has been made more clear. The sectionon winding area optimization has been moved to the previous chapter.Part 4. Modern Rectifiers, Inverters, and Power System Harmonics (4 of 6) [25/04/2002 16:42:05]
  • 10. Revision to Fundamentals of Power Electronicsq Chapter 16 Power and Harmonics in Nonsinusoidal SystemsInformation on harmonic standards has been updated.q Chapter 17 Line-Commutated RectifiersThere is little change to this chapter.q Chapter 18 Pulse-Width Modulated RectifiersChapter 18 is a consolidation of Chapters 17 and 18 of the First Edition. The material has beencompletely reorganized, to improve its flow. A new section 18.2.2 has been added. Section 18.3.3 hasbeen expanded, to better cover critical conduction mode control. The material on three-phase rectifiertopologies has been streamlined.Part 5. Resonant Convertersq Chapter 19 Resonant ConversionThe order of the sections has been changed, to improve readability. Section 19.4 has been modified, toinclude better explanation of resonant inverter/electronic ballast design, and two examples have beenadded. The material on the ZVT converter h