Nagoya University, School of Engineering Lecture information system (SYLLABUS)

Power Electronics(2.0 credits)

Code:10260
Course Type:Specialized Courses
Class Format:Lecture
Course Name : Automotive Engineering Automotive Engineering
Starts 1 : 3 Autumn Semester 3 Autumn Semester
Elective/Compulsory : Elective Compulsory
Lecturer : YAMAMOTO Masayoshi Professor  Shinji DOKI Professor 

•Course Purpose
 Electrical and Electronics engineering have been attracted great interest from the automotive area, the aerospace area and industry application area in recent years. Nagoya university is located at Chukyo area which supports Manufacturing technologies and companies in Japan. Therefore, Nagoya university must support the Japanese manufacturing strategy. This lecture includes the idea of responsibility. Concretely, this lecture has analysis, exercise and construction of experimental setup using Electric Circuit, Control Engineering and Electromagnetics knowledge. Our lecture target is shown as follows;

1.You can understand and analyze the drive method of Power Semiconductor Devices using transient phenomena.
2.You can understand and analyze the Power Electronics Circuit using transient phenomena.
3.You can design inductor using Magnetic Circuit applied Electromagnetics.
4.You can analyze the Transfer function of Power Electronics Circuit using control engineering knowledge.
5.You can design the control stability of Power Electronics Circuit using control engineering knowledge.
6.You can learn not only Classroom lecture but also experimental setup of electric circuit design.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Linear circuit theory, Mathematics1, 2, Mathematics for electrical & electronic eng.,Electrical circuit, Electronic circuit, Electromagnetic theory

•Course Topics
Contents of lecture

1. Power electronics
1.1 Power electronics applications
1.2 Basic knowledge of power semiconductor devices
1.3 Power electronics circuit
1.4 How to drive the power semiconductor device
2. Control of power electronics
2.1 Bode plot
2.2 Relationship between power electronics and bode plot
2.3 Control stability of power electronics
2.4 PWM control
2.5 Control design method of power electronics
3. Design of power inductor
3.1 Inductor of power electronics
3.2 Principle of magnetic circuit
3.3 Design method of Inductor
4. Power electronics applications
4.1 Power electronics system of MODEL S/TESLA
4.2 Power electronics system of MODEL 3/TESLA
4.3 Power electronics system of LEAF/ NISSAN
4.4 Power electronics system of EA (Electric Aircraft)

・Submit the report for the assignment due at the end of lecture

•Textbook
Print distribution as appropriate.

•Additional Reading
Print distribution as appropriate.

•Grade Assessment
Evaluation based on Examination and Reports

Entrance Year: 2020 or later
100 - 95:A+, 94 - 80:A, 79 - 70:B, 69 - 65:C, 64 - 60:C-, < 59:F
Entrance Year: 2019 or before
100 - 90:S, 89 - 80:A, 79 - 70:B, 69 - 60:C, < 59:F

•Notes
No course requirements.

•Contacting Faculty
You can contact anytime by e-mail. I can share the question time by adjusting the schedule.

email: m.yamamoto@imass.nagoya-u.ac.jp

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