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The exhaustive list of topics in Advanced Power Electronics in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Advanced solid state devices:
    • MOSFETs
    • IGBT
    • GTO
    • IGCT
  • Power modules
  • Intelligent power modules
  • Gating circuits.
  • Thermal design
  • Protection.
  • Digital signal processors used in their control.
  • Non-isolated dc-dc converters:
    • Buck
    • Boost
    • Buck-boost
    • Cuk
    • SEPIC
    • Zeta in DCM
    • CCM.
  • Isolated dc-dc converters:
    • Flyback
    • Forward
    • Cuk
    • SEPIC
    • Zeta
    • Half bridge
    • Push-pull and bridge in DCM and CCM.
  • Single-phase
  • Single-stage converters (SSSSC)
  • Power factor correction at ac mains in these converters.
  • Their application in SMPS, UPS, welding and lighting systems.
  • Single-phase improved power quality ac-dc converters:
    • Buck
    • Boost
    • Buck-boost
    • PWM  VSC (Voltage source converters)
    • Multilevel VSCs
    • PWM CSC (Current voltage source converters).
  • Three-phase improved power quality ac-dc converters:
    • VSC
    • Multilevel VSCs
    • Multipulse VSCs
    • PWM CSC (Current voltage source converters).
  • Power quality mitigation devices:
    • Passive filters
    • Active filters
    • Hybrid filters.
  • DTSTCOM (Distribution static compensator)
  • DVR (Dynamic voltage restorer) and UPQC (Universal power quality conditioner).
  • FACTS devices:
    • TCR (thyristor controlled reactor)
    • TSC (thyristor switched capacitors).
  • STATCOM (Static synchronous compensator).
  • SSSC(Static series synchronous compensator).
  • UPFC (Unified power flow controller)
  • IPFC (Interline power flow controller).
  • HVDC (High voltage direct current) system:
    • 12-pulse converter based HVDC systems.
    • HVDC light
    • HVDC PLUS (Power universal link).
  • Multipulse and multilevel VSC based flexible HVDC systems.
  • Solid state controllers for motor drives:
    • Vector control and direct torque control of induction
    • Synchronous, permanent magnet sine fed, synchronous reluctance motors.
  • Permanent magnet brushless dc (PMLDC) and switched reluctance motors.
  • LCI (load commutated inverter) fed large rating synchronous motor drives.
  • Energy conservation and power quality improvements in these drives.