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Course detail

Industrial Electronics

Course unit code: FEKT-LPEL
Type of course unit: compulsory
Level of course unit: Master's (2nd cycle)
Year of study: 1
Semester: summer
Number of ECTS credits:
 Mode of delivery: 20 % face-to-face, 80 % distance learning
 Prerequisites: - The student should know the calculations with complex numbers. - The student should be able to use the Kirchhoffs laws – practically, with a clear insight to a concrete circuit situation. - The student should know the practical approach to the theoretical solution of linear circuits (sequential simplification, superposition principle, replacement of a voltage source with a serial resistance by a current source with the parallel resistance or in the opposite way, Thevenins theorem). He should know to choose the most advantageous method in each situation and to use it, what needs training. He should understand that the loop current or node voltage methods are simple mechanically applicable however they lead to a system of linear equations whose solving is to heavy going and slow and therefore non-effective for hand-made circuit analysis. - The student should understand the geometrical interpretation of terms derivation, definite/indefinite integral. He must be able to draw a function created as a derivation or an integral of any previously drawn function – for example a constant, rectangle shape, linear growing etc. He must understand concretely the practical meaning of the integration constant.
 Co-requisites: Not applicable.
 Recommended optional programme components: Not applicable.
 Course contents (annotation): The course is focused onto analogue technics - linear and non-linear circuits with operational amplifiers (amplifiers, filters, oscillators, comparators, device-rectifiers, controlled limiters, signal generators). Further basic digital circuits and some special circuits are solved. An attention is paid to the problems of galvanic separation of control signals in pulse converters.
 Recommended or required reading: Patočka M., Vorel P.: Řídicí elektronika - pasivní obvody 2004 (CS)Patočka M., Vorel P.: Řídicí elekronika - aktivní obvody (CS)
 Planned learning activities and teaching methods: Techning methods include tutorials and practical laboratories. Students have to complete 7 homeworks during the course.
 Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes: Final examination - 70points Test - 15points Laboratories - 15points
 Language of instruction: Czech
 Work placements: Not applicable.
 Course curriculum: 1. Physical description of a bipolar transistor, transistor effect. Setting the DC operating point of bipolar transistors. 2. Linearized model of a bipolar transistor using h-parameters, amplifier input and output impedance - consequencies, common emitter connection (with/without Re) - detai analysis form DC and AC point of view. 3. Common collector and common base connections - detail analysis from DC and AC point of view, double acting emitter follower, transfer distortion and its ellimination. 4. DC current source. Current mirror. Bipolar transistor in switching regime (non-power applications), switching-on and -off delay minimization. 5. Physical description of unipolar transistors, JFET and MOSFET as an amplifier "common emitter" (y-parameters), MOSFET in switching regime. 6. Parallel voltage regulator with Zener diode, serial regulators - principle, design of concrete circuits. 7. Operatinal amplifier (OA) - operation, statical and dynamical parameters. 8. Linear circuits with OA - inverting circuits - amplifiers, filters, controllers. 9. Linear circuits with OA - non-inverting circuits - amplifiers, filters, controllers. 10. Linear circuits with OA - differential circuits. Special (often used) circuits with OA. 11. Non-linear circuits with OA (operational rectifiers, comparators without hysteresis, with statical/dynamical hysteresis). 12. Theory of oscillators with negative differential resistance and feed-back oscillators. Basic sorting of oscillators. 13. Selected RC and LC oscillators - detail description and design.
 Aims: Students learn the typical electronic circuits in industrial applications. An attention is paid especially to switching-converters-technique, electric drives and measurement.
 Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences: The content and forms of instruction in the evaluated course are specified by a regulation issued by the lecturer responsible for the course and updated for every academic year.

Type of course unit:

Lecture: 26 hours, optionally doc. Ing. Pavel Vorel, Ph.D. 26 hours, compulsory doc. Ing. Pavel Vorel, Ph.D.

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