EE 113B. Power Electronics Design
Catalog Description: This course is the second in a two-semester series to equip students with the skills needed to analyze, design, and prototype power electronic converters. While EE 113/213A provides an overview of power electronics fundamentals and applications, EE 113B/213B focuses on the practical design and hardware implementation of power converters. The primary focus of EE 113B/213B is time in the laboratory, with sequential modules on topics such as power electronic components, PCB layout, closed-loop control, and experimental validation. At the end of the course, students will have designed, prototyped, and validated a power converter from scratch, demonstrating a skill set that is critical for power electronics engineers in research and industry.
Spring: 1.5 hours of lecture and 6.0 hours of laboratory per week
Fall: 1.5 hours of lecture and 6.0 hours of laboratory per week
Grading basis: letter
Class Schedule (Spring 2024):
EE 113B/213B – Tu 12:30-13:59, Cory 540AB – Jessica Boles