Industrial Drives: Power Electronics

Course Description


In this course, Prof. K. Gopakumar gives 37 video lectures on Industrial Drives.



Original Course Name: Electrical - Industrial Drives - Power Electronics.

Industrial Drives: Power Electronics

Prof. K. Gopakumar in Lecture 4: Controlled Rectifier Part III (Three Phase).
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Electric Drive Play Video
2 Controlled Rectifier (Part 1) Play Video
3 Controlled Rectifier (Part 2) Play Video
4 Controlled Rectifier (Part 3) Play Video
5 Controlled Rectifier (Part 4) Play Video
6 Controlled Rectifier (Part 5) Play Video
7 Power Electronics Improvements Play Video
8 Four Quadrant DC to DC Converter Play Video
9 Sine Triangle PWM Control of Converter Play Video
10 Front-end AC-DC Converter With Harmonic Control Play Video
11 AC to DC Converter Close Loop Control Schematic Play Video
12 AC-DC Converter Close Loop Control Block Diagram Play Video
13 Desing of the Converter Controller & AC to DC Play Video
14 Front-End AC to DC Converter-Design Play Video
15 Front-End AC to DC Converter: Simulation Study Play Video
16 DC Motor Speed Control: Introduction Play Video
17 DC Motor Speed Control: Block Diagram Play Video
18 DC Motor Speed Control Current Control & SCL Play Video
19 DC Motor Speed Control Controller Design (Part 1) Play Video
20 DC Motor Speed Control Controller Design (Part 2) Play Video
21 DC Motor Speed Control Controller Design (Part 3) Play Video
22 Basics of DC to AC Converter (Part 1) Play Video
23 Basics of DC to AC Converter (Part 2) Play Video
24 Inverter: Sine Triangle PWM Play Video
25 Inverter: Current Hysteresis Controlled PWM Play Video
26 Space Vector PWM (Part 1) Play Video
27 Space Vector PWM (Part 2) Play Video
28 Space Vector PWM (Part 3) Play Video
29 Space Vector PWM Signal Generation Play Video
30 Speed Control of Induction Motor (Part 1) Play Video
31 Speed Control of Induction Motor (Part 2) Play Video
32 High Dynamic Performance of IM Drive Play Video
33 Dynamic Model of Induction Motor (Part 1) Play Video
34 Dynamic Model of Induction Motor (Part 2) Play Video
35 Vector Control of Induction Motor Play Video
36 Effect of Switching Time Lag in Inverter Play Video
37 Power Switch Protection: Snubbers Play Video

Comments

Displaying 6 comments:

mie wrote 8 years ago.
this video is very good..! it used for self learning

Yubaraj Kafle wrote 8 years ago.
The lectures are very good. Excellent professor but the
writing is unclear in some place.


abnakm wrote 8 years ago.
thank you

M DUVAL François wrote 9 years ago.
Dear Prof. K. Gopakumar,


I really appreciated your 37 video lectures with
full of information.


But on your board we can berally see what you write.



With respect


M Duval François, Ing from Paris


Md. Nurul Islam Khan wrote 9 years ago.
Dear Sir,
Though I have not yet read this book, but I am just down
loading the video copies of your lectures. It seems to me
that the book will be an excellent one. If you please sent
me a copy of the book, I will be highly glad to you.
Thanking you.
Regards,
Md. Nurul Islam Khan
E-Mail : [email protected]


sw1_n wrote 10 years ago.
I like the subjetc of Power Electronics. The teacher is
saying very good and important things, but, it is a pity the
course is not done with power point and we can not see
clearly the white board.


I would like to ask the teacher if possible to send
me his courses by power point to e-mail :br>

[email protected]


Thank you and once again you are a very good
teacher!


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