Em­bed­ded Gen­er­at­ing Sys­tems

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Compentency: Design, modelling, and analysis of embedded generating systems


Module type: elective module


Semester: summer


Site: Sfax


Language: English


Workload: 60 hours course attendance; 40 hours self-study


Credits points: 4


Recommended qualifications: none

Courses

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Generating Systems Embedded on Board of Road Vehicles the students are able to:

  • identify the components of embedded generating systems
  • classify the embedded generating systems

Content

  • Claw pole alternator (CPA) topological description
  • Flux path through the CPA magnetic circuit
  • Road vehicle embedded generating chain

Details

  • Lecturer: Amina Ibala
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (100%)

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Modelling of Claw Pole Alternators the students are able to:

  • establish the magnetic equivalent circuit of CPAs
  • predict the no- and load features of CPAs

Content

  • Magnetic equivalent circuit (MEC) modelling
  • CMA MEC elaboration and resolution
  • Prediction of the CPA no-load characteristic
  • Prediction of the CPA load characteristic

Details

  • Lecturer: Amina Ibala
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (100%)

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Design Improvement of the CPA-Based Generating Systems the students are able to:

  • rethink the design of CPAs
  • design hybrid excited CPAs

Content

  • Attempts to eradicate the CPA major limitations
  • Limitation caused by the slip rings-brushes system
  • CPA design rethought: hybrid excitation
  • Boosting the DC bus current

Details

  • Lecturer: Rabeb Rebhi
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (100%)

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Avionic Generating Systems the students are able to:

  • identify the components of avionic generating systems
  • classify the avionic generating systems

Content

  • Reason behind the use of 400Hz networks in aircrafts
  • Case study: the primary three-stage power generator of the Airbus A380

Details

  • Lecturer: Rabeb Rebhi
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (100%)