Center of Power Electronics Converters Laboratory
The Power Electronics lab is for research purposes and to serve both undergraduate and graduate student projects. This lab also supports the power electronic classes at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The Power Electronics lab supports the following research areas:
- High power EVs off-board charging topologies to reduce the EVs charging time while
extending the EVs range.
- The design and development of EVs on-board power electronic architectures to enhance
the EVs performance while increasing the storage device’s lifetime.
- The development of photovoltaic (PV) power processing technologies for grid inverters
and maximum power point trackers.
- Power factor correction circuits for high power loads (e.g., EVs charging) and low
power loads (e.g., LED drives).
- The development of battery management system (BMS) efficient schemes for EVs and solar power applications.
Sponsor: Electrical Engineering Department
Room Number: ENGR 317
Faculty Lab Directors
EE 130 - Electric Machines and Drives
EE 134 - Power Systems
EE 136 - Semiconductor Power Electronics
EE 237 - Vector Control of AC Machines
EE 238 - Advanced Power Electronics
EE 239 - Selected Topics in Systems and Control
EE 198A/B - Senior Design Project
EE 297A/B - MSEE Project
EE 299A/B - MSEE Thesis
|Multimeter||Fluke 175, 177, 179||4|
|Digital Storage Oscilloscope||Agilent 70 MHz and 200MHz, Tektronix||7|
|Digital Power Supply||Agilent, B&K||4|
|Power Management Lab Kit||TI LDO, Boost, Buck||1|
|Low and High Voltage Electronic Loads||Keysight||2|
|DC Power Supply||Keithley Triple Channel||3|
|Mixed Domain Oscilloscope and Digital Phosphor Oscilloscope||Tektronix||1|
|Tektronix Arbitrary Function Generator||Tektronix Arbitrary Function Generator||2|
|Magna-Power Power Supply||SL200-13/208, SL400-15/208||2|