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Simulation Tools for Power Electronics Courses Based on Java Technologies

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3 Author(s)
Carlos A. Canesin ; UNESP-FEIS, Department of Electrical Engineering, S?o Paulo State University, Ilha Solteira, Brazil ; Flávio A. S. Goncalves ; Leonardo P. Sampaio

This paper presents interactive power electronics educational tools. These interactive tools make use of the benefits of Java language to provide a dynamic and interactive approach to simulating steady-state ideal rectifiers (uncontrolled and controlled; single-phase and three-phase). Additionally, this paper discusses the development and use of Java applet programs to assist the teaching of conventional power electronics rectifier circuits and to serve as a first design tool for basic laboratory experiments in power electronics courses. Comparison was made among results obtained using a well-known simulator package, experimental results, and the developed interactive simulation applets in order to validate the latter.

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 4 )