ECE 59500 - Electromechanical Motion ControlLecture Hours: 3 Credits: 0
This is an experiential learning course.
CMPE Special Content Elective
Experimental Course Offered: Spring 2017
ECE 32100, ECE 59500, or ECE 61000
Requisites by Topic:
Basic electric circuit analysis. Principles of electromechanical energy conversion. Familiarity with the fundamental electrical characteristics of diodes and transistors (BJTs and MOSFETs). Transfer function representation of circuits and systems.
The operation, analysis, and control of electromechanical systems are covered, including a treatment of electromechanical devices, power electronics, and control systems. Sample applications include servo-systems, propulsion drives, and variable-speed rotational equipment.
- Electromechanical Motion Devices, Paul C. Krause , O. Wasynczuk, and S. D. Pekarek,, Wiley, 2012, ISBN No. 1118293125.
- Switched Reluctance Motors and Their Control,, T. J. E. Miller, Clarendon Press, 1993, ISBN No. 0198593872.
- an understanding of the structure, design, and operating characteristics of dc drive systems including dc/dc converters, associated switching strategies, dynamic-average-value models, and speed/position/trajectory motion control systems.. [None]
- an understanding of the structure, design and operating characteristics of brushless dc drive systems including dc/ac inverters, associated switching strategies, dynamic-average value models, and speed/position/trajectory motion control systems.. [None]
- an understanding of the operating principles and control of stepper motors including the design of optimum acceleration/deceleration profiles.. [None]
- an understanding of the structure, operating characteristics, and modeling of field-oriented induction motor drive systems.. [None]
- an understanding of the structure, operating characteristics, and modeling of switched reluctance motor drive systems. [None]
|4||DC Motor Control|
|5||DC-to-AC Converters (Inverters)|
|5||Brushless DC Motor Control Systems|
|6||Stepper Motor Control Systems|
|3||Principles of Induction Machines|
|6||Field-Oriented Control of Induction Machines|
Engineering Design Content: