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Marian Kazimierczuk (Advisor), Yan Zhuang (Committee Member), Saiyu Ren (Committee Member)

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Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE)


The student's employer is in need of a three phase power supply which can supply a 400Hz signal at +/- 28V at 2A. The input to the power supply is +24VDC at an unspecified current. The student's solution is a configurable frequency and voltage power supply. The student chose to utilize a full bridge DC to DC converter topology. A microcontroller was used for supplying pulse width modulated waveforms, performing analog to digital conversions, and controlling a digital to analog converter. The circuit was modeled using Matlab and tested after being manufactured to confirm proper functionality. The configurable three phase power supply worked as intended. Possible improvements to the design include fixing schematic and printed circuit board errors.

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Department of Electrical Engineering

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