42092 Advanced Power Electronics6cp; On campus, weekly. Forms of attendance, mode of delivery and assessment requirements in this subject have changed to enable social distancing and reduce the risks of spreading COVID-19 in our community. Consequently, the Subject Outline information for this subject has changed. Details of the changes are published in an addendum to the Subject Outline which is available on UTSOnline/Canvas.
Requisite(s): ((120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Degree owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Honours Embedded owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Combined Degree owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Combined Honours owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Combined Degree co-owned by FEIT OR 120 credit points of completed study in Bachelor's Combined Honours co-owned by FEIT) AND 48561 Renewable Energy Systems Studio A)
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses. See access conditions.
Electrical Energy Systems program
Power electronics interface design and implementation for microgrid, smart grids and modern power systems, has received tremendous attention in recent years. Many countries including Australia are developing different power electronics technologies such as integrating renewable energy sources into the grid, managing charging and discharging of high power energy storage system, controlling the reactive power of power electronics interfaces for grid stability, and adding communication capability to power electronics interfaces for smart grid applications.
This subject enables students to research and develop their own solutions to complex design challenges. Upon completion of this subject, students will have in-depth understanding of various power converter operating principles, control and modulation strategies. In addition, students will be able to model, simulate and identify the most important design parameters for control and prototype design.
Autumn session, City campus
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