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Power Electronic & Simulation

Laboratory

G.Sridevi
Asst.Professor
EEE Dept.
ATRI

LABORATORY PRACTICE

I HEAR, I FORGET
I SEE, I REMEMBER
I DO, I UNDERSTAND

PRACTICAL APPROACH IS PROBABLY THE BEST


APPROACH TO GAIN A CLEAR INSIGHT

List of experiments
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Study of characteristics of SCR.

AC voltage controller.

Fully Controlled Converter

Half controlled converter.

Series inverter.

Parallel inverter.

Jones Chopper.

Forced Commutation Circuits

PSPICE Simulation of Single Phase full Converter Circuit with R, RL and


RLE loads

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1- PH AC Voltage Controller

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Buck Chopper

Cycle-1
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Study of characteristics of SCR.


AC voltage controller.
Fully Controlled Converter
Half controlled converter.
Series inverter.

Cycle-2
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Parallel inverter.
Jones Chopper.
Forced Commutation Circuits
PSPICE Simulation of Single Phase full
Converter Circuit with R, RL and RLE
loads
O 1- PH AC Voltage Controller
O Buck Chopper

Study of characteristics of SCR


O To study the V-I characteristics of SCR and to
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obtain the values of Latching and Holding currents.


Two SCRs are connected across the centertapped secondary, as shown in the above figure.
The gate signal for both SCRs are supplied from
two circuits which control the gate supply.
One SCR conducts in the positive half cycle and
the other SCR conducts in the negative half cycle.
Thus current through the load will be
unidirectional.
The most important aspect of SCR's controlled
rectification is that the rectification process and
hence the output DC voltage can be controlled
using the Gate supply control circuits.

AC voltage controller
O To study and analyze the operation and observe

the waveforms of an A.C. Voltage controller with


different load.
(i) AC-AC power conversion topologies at fixed
frequency
(ii) Power converter options available for the
conversion
(iii) Ability to formulate equations describing the
current waveform for the PAC
(iv) Ability sketch the current waveform by
observation of the circuit
(v) Ability to assess the performance of the converter
of the topologies

Fully Controlled Converter


O To study and analyze the operation of a

fully controlled converter with different


loads.
Normally this is used in various applications
such as battery charging, speed control of
DC motors and front end of UPS
(Uninterruptible Power Supply) and SMPS
(Switched Mode Power Supply).

Half controlled converter


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To study and analyze the operation of a half


controlled converter with different loads.

Discussion and calculations


1. Compare between the practical and
theoretical results for input and output
voltages and currents.
2. What does parameters of the single phase
controlled rectifiers.
3. Give same application of the single phase
controlled rectifiers .

Series inverter
O To study and analyze the operation of a

1 series inverter.
a.Ultrasonic generator.
b.Induction heating.
c.Sonar Transmitter
d.Fluorescent lighting.

Parallel inverter
O To study and analyze the operation of

SCR parallel inverter

Jones Chopper
O To study and analyze the operation of

Jones chopper.

Forced Commutation Circuits


O To study and analyze forced commutation

circuit.
O Class A - Self commutated by a resonating
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load
Class B - Self commutated by an L-C circuit
Class C - C or L-C switched by another load
carrying SCR
Class D - C or L-C switched by an auxiliary
SCR
Class E - An external pulse source for
commutation

PSPICE Simulation of Single Phase full


Converter Circuit with R, RL and RLE
loads
O PSPICE SIMULATION of single phase full

converter circuit using different load.

1- PH AC Voltage Controller
O PSPICE SIMULATION of single phase

AC voltage controller circuit using different


load

Buck Chopper
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To study and analyze the operation of buck chopper for required


load conditions.
O Application notes
O 1. Efficient Power Supply (pdf)
2. Power Supply (pdf)
3. Selecting Power Components (pdf)
4. Arc Welding machine (pdf)
5. TIG welding machine (pdf)
6. MIG Welding machine (pdf)
7. Orbital Welding machine. (pdf)
8. Online Uninterrupted power supply (pdf)
9. Offline Uninterrupted power supply. (pdf)
10. SMPS (pdf)
11. Speed control of motors. (pdf)
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