Hardware Operation in Power Electronics

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Hardware Operation in Power Electronics is the student activity organized under the banner of IEEE Uttar Pradesh Section Industry Applications Society, IIT (BHU) to deliver a professional talk as well as hardware hands-on training on the design of basic power electronics circuit. The Motive of the lecure is motivate the students doing their research far from their institute, so that they could get themselves updated with the basic hardware understandings.



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  • Date: 13 Oct 2021
  • Time: 04:00 PM to 05:15 PM
  • All times are (UTC+05:30) Chennai
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  • Virtuous Lab of Power Electronics and Innovation(VLPERI)
  • near Rampur Lawn
  • Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  • India 221005
  • Building: Electrical Engineering
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  • Associate Professor Dept. of Electrical Engineering IIT(BHU)

  • Co-sponsored by Rajeev Kumar Singh


  Speakers

Prakash Ji Barnawal of Indian Institute of Technology (BHU)

Topic:

Hardware Operation in Power Electronics

Research Scholar VLPERI Lab IIT(BHU)

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Address:Power Electronics Lab Department of, Electrical Engineering, Varanasi, India, 221005

Rajat Keshari of Indian Institute of Technology (BHU)

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Hardware Operation in Power Electronics

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Address:Power Electronics Lab Department of, Electrical Engineering, Varanasi, India, 221005





Agenda

This session is completely dedicated to design a fully operating power converter in Lab environment. The complete session is divided into three phases. This one is phase -1 where we will be generating PWM signals in different hardware and software environment. Hardware includes Texas Instruments (TI) based TMS320F28335 microcontroller for PWM generation and software environment Includes MATLAB and Code Composer Studio. At the end of this session, participants will be able to interface Digital Signal Processor (DSP) with MATLAB (Installation Guide) and generate any PWM signal of desired frequency & duty.