Controlled Electric Motor Drives (TSASS530-3002), 29.08.2022 – 31.12.2022, 5 cr(TSA20SB)
— Face-to-face +-
Language of instruction
29.08.2022 - 31.12.2022
01.08.2022 - 25.08.2022
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
Mode of delivery
School of Technology
Learning outcomes of the course
You will get to know the operating and control principles of electric motor drives. Studying in this course requires previously acquired basic skills in electrical engineering and electronics. After completing this course, you will be able to plan electric motor drives.
EUR-ACE ENGINEERING PRACTICE
You have knowledge of electric motor drives. You master the basics of power electronics used in converters, such as the structures and operating principles of commutated rectifiers and inverters. You are familiar with the components and equipment involved in electrical operation. You have the ability to dimension the components of constant speed and adjustable drives for various applications such as e.g. pump, fan, conveyor and line drives. You are familiar with the bus solutions used in the control. You know the most common methods of protection and control of electric drives. You have the ability to parameterize and configure electrical drive devices. You are familiar with the latest technologies used in electric drives and will be able to follow the development of this field in the future.
Power electronics components (including semiconductor devices used in rectifiers)
Structures and operating principles of network-switched rectifiers and inverters
Operation of forced commutated rectifiers such as inverters and DC circuit breakers
Adjusted ac and dc drives
Soft starters, intelligent motor outputs
Electrical drives infrastructure and components
Dimensioning and selection of drives (pump drives, fan drives, conveyors, line drives, etc.)
Basics of control methods for electrical machines (eg direct torque control)
Equipment parameters and layouts
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Basic knowledge and design skills in electrical engineering
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
Adequate (1): You recognize the basics and terminology, but you have shortcomings in interpreting the key issues.
Satisfactory (2): You know the basics and terminology, but applying things is challenging.
Assessment criteria - grade 3 and 4
Good (3): You are familiar with electrical components and equipment. Own ability to dimension the components of constant speed and adjustable drives for various applications such as e.g. pump, fan, conveyor and line drives. You know the most common methods of protection and control of electric drives.
Very good (4): You master the key things and know how to apply them in a variety of ways.
Assessment criteria - grade 5
Excellent (5): You master the key things and know how to apply them in many ways. You are an expert.