Spring Semester 2011 DE4:

Course Analog Electronics & Actuator


Welcome to the Analog Electronics & Actuators Course:

Instructor:

Text Book for the Course: MICROELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 5th Edition by Sedra/Smith

For Actuators & Machines: Electrical Machines, Drives, and Power System 6th Edition by Theodore Wildi

For the Preparation of Slides Many documents/web sources are used which are mentioned/referenced on Slides.

Objectives:

To enable students to apply basic knowledge of analog electronics and actuators for constructing hardware systems:

Course Outline & Structure

q  Diodes, PN-junction, small-signal model

q  Rectifiers, filtering and stabilization

q  Practical operational amplifier circuits, common-mode rejection ratio, slew-rate

q  Bipolar junction transistor basics, DC-analysis, signal amplification, small-signal model

q  Properties of the transistor

q  Frequency response of the transistor amplifier

q  MOSFET transistor

q  Electromechanical energy conversion.

q  General principle, Work, forces, torque, efficiency etc. for electric machines

q  DC-motors, DC-machine construction, characteristics, dynamic models and applications, Motor drivers

Exam

q  PE Course

Books & Resources

Guidance Plan for Students

Date

Time

Place

Important Topic Headings

Exercises/Problems

Handouts

18-02-2011

08:30

B206

Diodes, PN Junction, Rectifier, Piecewise Linear Model, i-v Characteristics, Small Signal Model, Rapid Analysis

Delivered in the class

Lecture 1

23-02-2011

12:30

B206

Voltage Regulation, Zener Diode Modeling, Full & Half-wave Rectifier Circuits, Super Diode, Limiter Circuits Clipping & Clamping, Physics of Diodes.

Delivered in the class

Lecture 2

02-03-2011

12:30

B206

MOSFET, Construction, Operation, i-v Characteristics, CMOS, Equivalent Circuit Model, Relative Levels, Regions of Operation.

Delivered in the class

Lecture 3

09-03-2011

12:30

B206

MOSFET as an Amplifier, MOSFET with DC. MOSFET as Switch, Q Point of MOSFET. Biasing MOSFET, Small Signal Model Operation, DC Analysis & Signal Analysis, Small Signal Equivalent Model, T Equivalent Model, Single Stage Amplifier Model, Common Source Amplifier, Common Drain and Common Gate Amplifier, Frequency Response. CMOS Inverter, Depletion MOSFET.

Delivered in the class

Lecture 4

28-03-2011

08:30

B206

Delivered in the class

Lecture 5

30-03-2011

Changed to Friday

08-04-2011

12:30

B206

04-04-2011

08:30

B206

BJT: Study of its basic structure, modes of operation, concentration of current carriers in each region. Large Signal Equivalent Model, Ebers-Moll Model, Operation is Saturation Mode, Current Voltage Characteristics, Graphical Representation, Dependence of collector current on collector base voltage (Early Effect), Common Emitter Characteristics, Transistor Breakdown Voltages.

Delivered in the class

Lecture 6

06-04-2011

12:30

B206

BJT as a Switch, Large Signal Operation, Graphical Analysis, BJT at DC, Biasing BJT, Small Signal Operation Model, Hybrid Pi-Model, T Model.

Delivered in the class

Lecture 7

08-04-2011

08:30

B204

Single Stage Amplifier, Characterizing BJT Amplifiers, CE, CC and CG Amplifiers, BJT Internal Capacitances and High Frequency Model, Frequency Response of CE, BJT logic Inverter.

Delivered in the class

Lecture 8

11-04-2011

08:30

B206

Power Transistors, Classification of Amplifiers, Power Dissipation

Delivered in the class

Lecture 9

15-04-2011

08:30

B206

Force, Work, Energy, Actuators, AC & DC Generators & Motors, Stepper Motors, Brushless Motors, Position Control, H Bridge.

Delivered in the class

Lecture 10

Useful Books & Resources