|EPE 220 (Electric Circuit I) |
Introduction to circuit variables, circuit elements and simple resistive circuits. Steady state techniques of the circuit including nodal-voltage method, mesh-current method, source transformation, Thevinen and Norton equivalent theorems, maximum power transfer and superposition. Introduction to inductance and capacitance. Transient analysis including natural and step responses of RL, RC and RLC circuits. Introduction to operational amplifiers and their applications.
|EPE 320 (Linear Control Systems)|
Electrical, mechanical and electromechanical linear dynamical systems modeling, block diagrams and signal flow graphs, transfer functions of linear time-invariant systems, stability of linear time-invariant systems, steady state responses and steady state errors, transient responses, root-locus technique to analyze systems, Design of PID, phase-lead, and phase-lag controllers using root-locus technique.
|EPE 619 (Modern Control Theory)|
Review of linear control theory, root locus techniques, design of control systems via root locus method, frequency response techniques, design of control systems via frequency response, design of control systems via state-variable, and digital control systems.
|ELEC 320 (Electric Circuit II)|
Review of Instantaneous Power, Average power and RMS values, Active and Reactive Power. Three Phase Circuits and Power Distribution systems (Configuration of Different Three phase Systems, Three phase Power, Power factor Correction). Magnetically Coupled Circuits: Mutual Inductance, Dot Convention, Energy stored, Ideal Transformers, Three Phase Transformers. Frequency Response: Network Functions, Bode Plot, Resonance Circuits. Two port networks (Admittance Parameters, Impedance Parameters and Hybrid Parameters).
|ELEC 372 (Electromechanical Devices)|
AC circuit analysis: phasors steady state power analysis, poly-phase circuits; basics of electrical machines construction, theory of operation, equivalent circuit and its governing equations of DC machines, 3-phase synchronous generators, single phase transformers, and 3-phase induction motors, semiconductor devices and transducers.
|ELEC 472 (Power Systems)|
Review of Phasors, Complex Power, and Balanced Three-phase Circuits. Single-phase and Three-phase Power Transformers. Transmission Lines Parameters and Modeling in the Steady-state Mode. Power Flow Analysis using Gauss-Seidel and Newton-Raphson Methods. Fundamentals of Symmetrical Fault Calculation.
|ELEC 592 (Power Electronics)|
Introduction to Power semiconductor Devices, Switching Concept, AC-DC Converters (Rectifiers): Uncontrolled Rectifiers, Controlled Rectifiers, Single-Phase and Three-Phase Rectifiers, DC-DC Converters (CCM and DCM), Non-idealities of DC-DC Converters, DC-AC Converters (Invertors).
|ELEC 629 (Advanced Topics in Power Engineering)|
Power and Energy Scenarios in the 21st Century: Limitations of Today’s Power Grids, What is Power Electronics and Impact of Power Electronics in the 21st Century. Power Electronics Converters: DC-DC Converters, DC-AC Converters, AC-DC Converters and AC-AC Converters. Renewable Energy and Energy Storage Systems: Solar Energy, Wind Energy and Energy Storage. Optimal Power Transmission Systems: Per-unit Systems Review, Bus Admittance Matrix, Power Flow Problem, Newton Raphson Method, Economic Dispatch.