Desenvolvido por:   University of Colorado Boulder

  • Dr. Dragan Maksimovic

    Ministrado por:    Dr. Dragan Maksimovic, Charles V. Schelke Endowed Professor

    Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering
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NívelIntermediate
Compromisso4 semanas de estudo, 2 - 3 horas por semana.
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English
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Classificações e avaliações
Avaliado em 4.8 de 5 decorrente de 126 avaliações

Overall great course, homework problems could be a little muddy at time and the significant figures asked for can be unnecessarily tedious

An excellent theoretical and practical introduction to average switch modeling, peak and average current mode control. Dr. Maksimovic really demystifies the control loop modeling. I highly recommend the course for power electronics students as well practicing engineers.

It was very helpful and pleasant lecture. I learned the many. So thank you very much for all lecturers.

The material was valuable, but support very spotty. It took a long time to get feedback, and I usually fought through the question by the time a mentor got back. Maybe that's how it should be.

Also; I got 100% for all weekly tests, but this reflects some social engineering skills on top of electrical engineering. Some numerical answers require 3 decimal place accuracy based on whatever approximations went into the original calculations for the number required by the Grading Bot. For example, one question involving phase margin had the wrong answer in the Bot; however, the number the Bot wanted was plausibly in the same measured output that LTSpice delivers when it calculates cross over frequency and the phase angle of the cross over frequency (which the Bot treated as correct). I spent 15-20 hrs on each week's material, frequently to sort out stuff like that. Can only give 4 stars.

On the plus side, the mini-quizzes (with answers provided after bad guesses) were fantastic, and I hope future versions of this material will build on that.



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