What you'll learn What is Power Electronics? What is MATALB Simulation? How to develop basic simulation models. How to develop simulation model of electrical circuits. How to develop simulation model of power electronics converters Parameter setting of power circuit’s and control circuit’s components How to improve analysis, formatting and result reporting. Simulation & analysis of buck converter (DC/DC) Simulation of analysis of boost converter (DC/DC) Simulation of analysis of buck-boost converter (DC/DC) Simulation & analysis of single phase square-wave inverter (DC/AC) Simulation & analysis of single phase modified square-wave inverter (DC/AC) Simulation & analysis of single phase sine-wave inverter (DC/AC) Simulation & analysis of three phase inverter (DC/AC) Simulation & analysis of single phase controlled rectifier (AC/DC) Simulation & analysis of cosine firing scheme Simulation & analysis of three phase controlled rectifier (AC/DC) Simulation & analysis of ac regulator (AC/AC) Simulation & analysis of integral cycle ac controller (AC/AC) Simulation & analysis of ac chopper (AC/AC) Perks: Includes more than 25 ready MATLAB simulation of Power Electronics Converters Project on 72V-12V Converter for Electric Vehicle Requirements Required MATLAB software to practice & learn. Required basic knowledge of electric circuit theory & electrical components(resistor, inductor and capacitor). Basic knowledge of power electronics converters is required; however this course also covers basic operation of converters. Description MATLAB Simulation plays a very important role in the research and development of engineering projects, products, and systems. It helps to predict the performance of the system, to validate control strategies, and saves the time of product development. MATLAB offers incredible flexibility to design, test, and analyze the power electronics converter with the help of built-in ‘simulink’ and ‘simpowersystem/simscape’ library components. However, it is also of the same importance to know the limitations and constraints of the power switches available in the MATLAB library. This course explains every detail required to understand the design of various power electronics converters with the help of MATLAB simulation. Power electronics industries are booming in the market by taking place in almost every electronics product including low power chargers, medium to large scale solar charge controllers, high power industrial inverters, range of motor controllers, and HVDC transmission lines. This course covers hands-on simulation practice starting from a very basic electric circuit to advanced result reporting skills. In the first section (Ch 2) you will learn how to simulate basic AC & DC circuits with the help of MATLAB software. This section "Simulation of Electric Circuits" is designed for beginners and it explains all about simulation and analysis of electric circuits. It also explains better ways of representing results for reports and project documents. It covers formatting tips for better visualization and appearance of canvas which helps in representing simulation model as block diagram view by taking a screenshot of the canvas. In the second section (Ch 3- Ch 6), you will learn how to simulate and analyze power electronics converters with the help of MATLAB software. It covers the simulation of all basic converters including chopper (DC/DC), Inverter (DC/AC), Regulator (AC/AC), and phase-controlled rectifier (AC/DC). It includes designing power circuit and control circuits both. It also covers how these simulations can be used for effective analysis and a better understanding of power electronics circuits. This course includes fully developed simulation files of more than 25 power electronics circuits. Who this course is for: It is best for final & pre-final year students of electrical, electronics & power electronics engineering branch. Course will be very useful to the post graduate students for their dissertation/project work. Course benefited most who wish to work on power electronic based project. Attached simulations can be used as laboratory experiments alternative to physical hardware practice.