Digital Control Power Electronics course – January 30 to February 2
The next Advanced Digital Control of Power Electronics training course is running in
January 30 to February 2
The course has been expanded to four days and includes lab sessions each day to reinforce the learning on
- Precision extension of Digital Modulators
- Digital Loop closing
- The effects of delay
- Loop measurement using the control processor.
What people who have attended say about the course?
“Had very high expectations of this course. Hamish delivered. Excellent for power engineers who are starting digital power. Thanks for putting this on…I only regret it is a 3 day course. I could sit here for 3 more days”
“This course was full of critical material not found in the app notes. Very enjoyable and well taught.”
“Good course. Hamish knows his material. I’ll be able to apply this coursework to my work.”
“I would highly recommend the ELMG digital control course to all power electronics engineers. What makes this course particularly valuable is in the practical approach and relevance to the control of power electronics. The topic of digital control is a very broad subject and hence the specific challenges and applicable tools are very different depending on the application details. Many digital control / DSP courses try to approach the topic from a very generic broad approach, treating all applications in the same way. The classic approach involves starting from a conventional analog control model and then adding ADC and DAC blocks to change between the analog and digital domains with a digital controller replacing the traditional analog controller. The problem with this classic approach is that it is not a practical or applicable method for designing high bandwidth controllers for use for the control of power converters. The ELMG digital control course specifically focuses on the control of power electronics and hence the course only considers concepts and techniques that are applicable to the control of power electronics. The course covers a wide range of digital control theory and introduces the power electronics engineer to all of the state of the art digital control concepts. This course is a must for any power electronics engineer who is involved in the digital control of power converters.”
Michael Harrison – Director of Power Conversion, Enphase.
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