This 240-minute course/seminar is aimed at providing basic knowledge about switched-mode electronic converters and their applications in various fields. It primarily focuses on areas related to electrical power generation from renewable sources, including energy storage systems, the conversion of energy to specific voltage and/or current waveforms, and fundamental aspects of electric motor drives.
The course includes a demonstration visit to the renewable energy laboratory, allowing participants to observe details of the photovoltaic generator and its inverter (approximately 30 minutes).
By the end of the course, it is expected that students will have achieved an understanding of basic concepts related to power electronics. They will be familiar with common power devices and circuits, as well as current technological trends.
DIEC-UNS and IIIE UNS-CONICET
Course participants should start to introduce themselves by watching these videos. At least half must be seen to be able to tackle the first week of the course.
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