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Devices used in electric vehicles consist mostly of dc/dc converters for battery charging and dc/ac converters to power the propulsion motor. Electric trains use power electronic devices to obtain power, as well as for vector control using pulse width modulation (PWM) rectifiers.

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  • Mod-01 Lec-01 Electronic switches
  • Mod-01 Lec-02 DC -- DC converters
  • Mod-01 Lec-03 DC -- AC converters
  • Mod-01 Lec-04 Multilevel converters - I
  • Mod-01 Lec-05 Multilevel converters - II
  • Mod-02 Lec-06 Applications of voltage source converter -- I
  • Mod-02 Lec-07 Applications of voltage source converter -- II
  • Mod-02 Lec-08 Applications of voltage source converter -- III
  • Mod-03 Lec-09 Purpose of PWM-I
  • Mod-03 Lec-10 Purpose of PWM-II
  • Mod-04 Lec-11 Low switching frequency PWM - I
  • Mod-04 Lec-12 Low switching frequency PWM -- II
  • Mod-04 Lec-13 Selective harmonic elimination
  • Mod-04 Lec-14 Off-line optimized pulsewidth modulation
  • Mod-05 Lec-15 Sine-triangle pulsewidth modulation
  • Mod-05 Lec-16 Harmonic injection pulsewidth modulation
  • Mod-05 Lec-17 Bus-clamping pulsewidth modulation
  • Mod-05 Lec-18 Triangle-comparison based PWM for three-phase inverter
  • Mod-06 Lec-19 Concept of space vector
  • Mod-06 Lec-20 Conventional space vector PWM
  • Mod-06 Lec-21 Space vector based bus-clamping PWM
  • Mod-06 Lec-22 Space vector based advanced bus-clamping PWM
  • Mod-07 Lec-23 Harmonic analysis of PWM techniques
  • Mod-07 Lec-24 Analysis of RMS line current ripple using the notion of stator flux ripple
  • Mod-07 Lec-25 Evaluation of RMS line current ripple using the notion of stator flux ripple
  • Mod-07 Lec-26 Analysis and design of PWM techniques from line current ripple perspective
  • Mod-08 Lec-27 Instantaneous and average dc link current in a voltage source inverter
  • Mod-08 Lec-28 DC link current and DC capacitor current in a voltage source inverter
  • Mod-09 Lec-29 Analysis of torque ripple in induction motor drives - I
  • Mod-09 Lec-30 Analysis of torque ripple in induction motor drives - II
  • Mod-10 Lec-31 Evaluation of conduction loss in three-phase inverter
  • Mod-10 Lec-32 Evaluation of switching loss in three-phase inverter
  • Mod-10 Lec-33 Design of PWM for reduced switching loss in three-phase inverter
  • Mod-11 Lec-34 Effect of dead-time on inverter output voltage for continuous PWM schemes
  • Mod-11 Lec-35 Effect of dead-time on inverter output voltage for bus-clamping PWM schemes
  • Mod-12 Lec-36 Analysis of overmodulation in sine-triangle PWM from space vector perspective
  • Mod-12 Lec-37 Overmodulation in space vector modulated inverter
  • Mod-13 Lec-38 PWM for three-level neutral-point-clamped inverter -- I
  • Mod-13 Lec-39 PWM for three-level neutral-point-clamped inverter - II
  • Mod-13 Lec-40 PWM for three-level neutral-point-clamped inverter - III
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