## TIEE3014 Syllabus - Control Of Power Electronics Circuits - 2022 Regulation Anna University

TIEE3014

CONTROL OF POWER ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS

L T P C

2023

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• To learn the basics of control system simulation.
• To do symbolic calculation.
• To study the principles of sliding mode control and the way of apply smc for buck converter.
• To learn the concept of power factor correction.
• To design simulate smc for buck converter and power factor correction circuit with controller.

UNIT I

SIMULATION BASICS IN CONTROL SYSTEMS

6

Transfer Function-How to build transfer function, identify Poles, zeros, draw time response plots, bode plot (Bode Plots for Multiplication Factors, Constant, Single and Double Integration Functions, Single and Double Differentiation Functions, Single Pole and Single Zero Functions, RHP Pole and RHP Zero Functions), state space modelling-transfer function from state space Model.

UNIT II

SYMBOLIC CALCULATIONS

6

Symbolic Variables - Symbolic Vector Variables, Commands for Handling Polynomial Expressions - Extracting Parts of a Polynomial -. Factorization and Roots of Polynomials, Symbolic Matrix Algebra - Operations with Symbolic Matrices - Other Symbolic Matrix Operations

UNIT III

SLIDING MODE CONTROL BASICS

6

Introduction- Introduction to Sliding-Mode Control- Basics of Sliding-Mode Theory- Application of Sliding-Mode Control to DC-DC Converters—Principle-Sliding mode control of buck converter.

UNIT IV

POWER FACTOR CORRECTION CIRCUITS

6

Introduction, Operating Principle of Single-Phase PFCs, Control of boost converter based PFCs, Designing the Inner Average-Current-Control Loop, Designing the Outer Voltage-Control Loop, Example of Single-Phase PFC Systems.

UNIT V

CONTROLLER DESIGN FOR PFC CIRCUITS

6

Power factor correction circuit using other SMPS topologies: C’uk and SEPIC converter - PFC circuits employing bridgeless topologies.

TOTAL: 30+30 = 60 PERIODS

COURSE OUTCOMES At the end of the course, students should have the:
CO1: To calculate transfer function for constant, differential, integral, First order and Second order factors.
CO2: To illustrate the effect of poles and zero’s in the ‘s’ plane.
CO3: To select Symbolic equations for solving problems related with Matrices, Polynomial and vectors.
CO4: To compute the control expression for DC – DC buck converter using sliding mode control theory.
CO5: To determine the controller expression for power factor correction circuits.
CO6: To simulate sliding mode control of buck converter and power factor correction circuit.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Feedback Control problems using MATLAB and the Control system tool box By Dean Frederick and Joe Chow, 2000, 1st Edition, Cengage Learning.
2. Ned Mohan,”Power Electronics: A First Course”, Johnwiley, 2013, 1st Edition.
3. Marian K. Kazimierczuk and AgasthyaAyachit,”Laboratory Manual for Pulse-Width Modulated DC-DC Power Converters”, Wiley 2016, 1st Edition.
4. Power Electronics handbook, Industrial Electronics series, S.K.Varenina, CRC press, 2002, 1st Edition.

REFERENCES:
1. Sliding mode control for Switching Power Converters:, Techniques and Implementation, Slew-Chong Tan, Yuk Ming Lai Chi-Kong Tse, 1st Edition, CRC Press.
2. Andre Kislovski, “Dynamic Analysis of Switching-Mode DC/DC Converters”, Springer 1991.
3. MATLAB Symbolic Algebra and Calculus Tools, Lopez Cesar, Apress, 2014.