EE675:MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATIONS IN POWER ELECTRONICS
Review of microcontrollers and digital signal processors, architecture,peripheral modules.;Typical processors for control implementation: memory organisation, CPU details, addressing modes, interrupt structure, hardware multiplier, pipelining.; Fixed- and floating-point data representations.;Assemblers, linkers and loaders. Binary file formats for processor executable files. Typical structure of timer-interrupt driven programs.;Implementing digital processor based control systems for power electronics: Reference frame transformations, PLL implementations, machine models, harmonic and reactive power compensation, space vector PWM.;Numerical integration methods.;Multitasking concepts for power electronics implementations: The need for multitasking, various multitasking methods.
1. K Ogata, "Discrete-Time Control Systems", second edition, Pearson Education Asia.
2. N. Mohan, "Power Electronics", third edition, John Wiley and Sons.