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E C E 356: Electric Power Processing for Alternative Energy Systems

  • Catalog Description:
    Introduction to electrical power processing technologies that are necessary to convert energy from alternative sources into useful electrical forms. Several specific alternative energy sources are examined, providing platforms for introducing basic concepts in power electronics, electric machines, and adjustable-speed drives.
  • Credits: 3
  • Prerequisites: ECE 230 or ECE 376 or equiv or cons inst
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