Code: 17ABBSEL Power Engineering
Lecturer: doc. Ing. Ji Hozman Ph.D. Weekly load: 2+2 Assessment: Z,ZK
Department: 17110 Credits: 4 Semester: S
Description:
Basic power electronics, power supplies units including electrochemical supplies, rectifiers, stabilizers, common types of motors, basic distributions of electricity, types of electric systems and connecting of electric appliances with sight on medical purposes. The knowledge will be checked in the laboratory by mean of practical examples during the work in the laboratory.

Contents:
1.Power electronics - division of transducers, description of the function including basic characteristics, schematic markers, principal schemes
2.Supplies - divisions, block schemes, chemical supplies
3.Transformer - principle, alternate scheme, diagrams, functional state
4.Transformer - uniphase, three-phase and autotransformer, usage
5.Rectifiers and stabilizers - uniphase and three-phase
6.Direct-current motor - features, division, principle, motors with serial, outside and derivative stimulus
7.Commutator motors - uniphase serial motor, three-phase motors
8.Electric traction of small power
9.Electric devices - theory of switching and arc extinction, contact-makers, drawing of the schemes
10.Electric devices - circuit breakers and protectors
11.Generation of electricity, motor generators, back-up power supply
12.Distribution of electricity, distribution systems
13.Dimensioning and protection of line wires
14.Connecting of appliances
Recommended literature:
[1] Power electronic systems: theory and design, Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, c 2001. xii, 562 p. ISBN: 0134428803.
[2] John, G. Kassakian, Principles of Power Electronics. Addison-Wesley Series in Electrical Engineering). 2006