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100% 온라인 강좌

지금 바로 시작해 나만의 일정에 따라 학습을 진행하세요.

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중급 단계

완료하는 데 약 12개월 필요

매주 6시간 권장

영어

자막: 영어

귀하가 습득할 기술

EnergyPower Electronics DesignPower ElectronicsElectronic Circuits

100% 온라인 강좌

지금 바로 시작해 나만의 일정에 따라 학습을 진행하세요.

유동적 일정

유연한 마감을 설정하고 유지 관리합니다.

중급 단계

완료하는 데 약 12개월 필요

매주 6시간 권장

영어

자막: 영어

How the 전문분야 Works

강좌 수강

Coursera 전문 분야는 기술을 완벽하게 습득하는 데 도움이 되는 일련의 강좌입니다. 시작하려면 전문 분야에 직접 등록하거나 강좌를 둘러보고 원하는 강좌를 선택하세요. 하나의 전문 분야에 속하는 강좌에 등록하면 해당 전문 분야 전체에 자동으로 등록됩니다. 단 하나의 강좌만 수료해도 됩니다. — 학습을 일시 중지하거나 언제든 구독을 종료할 수 있습니다. 학습자 대시보드를 방문하여 강좌 등록 상태와 진도를 추적해 보세요.

실습 프로젝트

모든 전문 분야에는 실습 프로젝트가 포함되어 있습니다. 전문 분야를 완료하고 수료증을 받으려면 프로젝트를 성공적으로 마쳐야 합니다. 전문 분야에 별도의 실습 프로젝트 강좌가 포함되어 있는 경우 각 강좌를 완료해야 프로젝트를 시작할 수 있습니다.

수료증 취득

모든 강좌를 마치고 실습 프로젝트를 완료하면 취업할 때나 전문가 네트워크에 진입할 때 제시할 수 있는 수료증을 취득할 수 있습니다.

how it works

이 전문분야에는 6개의 강좌가 있습니다.

강좌1

Introduction to Power Electronics

4.8
1,467개의 평가
356개의 리뷰

This course introduces the basic concepts of switched-mode converter circuits for controlling and converting electrical power with high efficiency. Principles of converter circuit analysis are introduced, and are developed for finding the steady state voltages, current, and efficiency of power converters. Assignments include simulation of a dc-dc converter, analysis of an inverting dc-dc converter, and modeling and efficiency analysis of an electric vehicle system and of a USB power regulator. After completing this course, you will: ● Understand what a switched-mode converter is and its basic operating principles ● Be able to solve for the steady-state voltages and currents of step-down, step-up, inverting, and other power converters ● Know how to derive an averaged equivalent circuit model and solve for the converter efficiency A basic understanding of electrical circuit analysis is an assumed prerequisite for this course.

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강좌2

Converter Circuits

4.9
592개의 평가
104개의 리뷰

This course introduces more advanced concepts of switched-mode converter circuits. Realization of the power semiconductors in inverters or in converters having bidirectional power flow is explained. Power diodes, power MOSFETs, and IGBTs are explained, along with the origins of their switching times. Equivalent circuit models are refined to include the effects of switching loss. The discontinuous conduction mode is described and analyzed. A number of well-known converter circuit topologies are explored, including those with transformer isolation. The homework assignments include a boost converter and an H-bridge inverter used in a grid-interfaced solar inverter system, as well as transformer-isolated forward and flyback converters. After completing this course, you will: ● Understand how to implement the power semiconductor devices in a switching converter ● Understand the origins of the discontinuous conduction mode and be able to solve converters operating in DCM ● Understand the basic dc-dc converter and dc-ac inverter circuits ● Understand how to implement transformer isolation in a dc-dc converter, including the popular forward and flyback converter topologies. Completion of the first course Introduction to Power Electronics is the assumed prerequisite for this course.

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강좌3

Converter Control

4.8
365개의 평가
73개의 리뷰

This course teaches how to design a feedback system to control a switching converter. The equivalent circuit models derived in the previous courses are extended to model small-signal ac variations. These models are then solved, to find the important transfer functions of the converter and its regulator system. Finally, the feedback loop is modeled, analyzed, and designed to meet requirements such as output regulation, bandwidth and transient response, and rejection of disturbances. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to design and analyze the feedback systems of switching regulators. This course assumes prior completion of courses Introduction to Power Electronics and Converter Circuits.

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강좌4

Advanced Converter Control Techniques

4.8
263개의 평가
46개의 리뷰

This course covers advanced converter control techniques, including averaged-switch modeling and Spice simulations, modeling and design of peak current mode and average current mode controlled converters, as well as an introduction to control of single-phase ac grid tied rectifiers and inverters. Design and simulation examples include wide bandwidth point-of-load voltage regulators, low-harmonic power-factor-correction rectifiers, and grid-tied inverters for solar photovoltaic power systems. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to model, design control loops, and simulate state-of-the-art pulse-width modulated (PWM) dc-dc converters, dc-ac inverters, ac-dc rectifiers, and other power electronics systems. This course assumes prior completion of Introduction to Power Electronics, Converter Circuits, and Converter Control

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강사

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Dr. Robert Erickson

Professor
Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering
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Dr. Dragan Maksimovic

Charles V. Schelke Endowed Professor
Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
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Dr. Khurram Afridi

Assistant Professor
Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

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이 전문분야은(는) 콜로라도 대학교 볼더 캠퍼스의 100% 온라인 Master of Science in Electrical Engineering 중 일부입니다. 전체 프로그램을 수료하면 귀하의 강좌가 학위 취득에 반영됩니다.

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자주 묻는 질문

  • 네! 시작하려면 관심 있는 강좌 카드를 클릭하여 등록합니다. 강좌를 등록하고 완료하면 공유할 수 있는 인증서를 얻거나 강좌를 청강하여 강좌 자료를 무료로 볼 수 있습니다. 전문 분야 과정에 있는 강좌에 등록하면, 전체 전문 분야에 등록하게 됩니다. 학습자 대시보드에서 진행 사항을 추적할 수 있습니다.

  • 이 강좌는 100% 온라인으로 진행되므로 강의실에 직접 참석할 필요가 없습니다. 웹 또는 모바일 장치를 통해 언제 어디서든 강의, 읽기 자료, 과제에 접근할 수 있습니다.

  • The specialization is designed to be taken over 24 weeks. Each course is 3-5 weeks in length.

  • The first course of the specialization, Introduction to Power Electronics, will begin every four weeks.

  • Knowledge of circuits and electrical engineering fundamentals at the level of an undergraduate EE major is assumed.

  • Generally yes. Each course builds upon the knowledge gained in the previous course.

  • At this time the University of Colorado Boulder is not offering university credit for this program. However, completion of this specialization would be a compelling resume item for application into any graduate program in Power Electronics, including at the University of Colorado Boulder College of Engineering & Applied Science.

  • Students completing this specialization will be able to:

    ●Analyze, model and simulate switched-mode power converters

    ● Design converters, including magnetic components, based on efficiency, power density and cost trade-off targets.

    ● Design high-performance voltage-mode and current-mode control loops

    ● Design a complete state-of-the-art power electronics system in a capstone project

  • This course will target three types of learners: Working engineers needing training in the specialization of power electronics, undergraduate and graduate students who wish to learn about power electronics, and other learners having curiosity about power electronics and its applications such as renewable energy, energy efficiency, and powering computer or mobile electronics.

  • Yes. If you completed Introduction to Power Electronics before January 2016, you’ll receive equivalent credit for the first three courses in this Specialization: Introduction to Power Electronics, Converter Circuits and Converter Control.

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