The Power Electronics Laboratory is used for the experiments of the Power Electronics course in the Fall semester for 4th year students.

A student who successfully completes the experiments in this laboratory;

• Recognizes semiconductor elements of power electronics and their characteristics
• Designs the protection circuits (snubber) of power electronics semiconductor elements
• Performs thermal modeling of power electronic components
• Designs and analyzes the cooling systems of power electronic components
• Designs and analyzes single phase and three phase rectifier circuits
• Recognizes power electronics systems and application areas
• Recognizes harmonics and analyze harmonics
• Designs Harmonic Filter
• Describes the circuit structures and working principles of cycloconverters
• Explains the circuit structures and working principles of voltage-based inverters
• Explains stress control methods
• Explains the circuit structures and working principles of DC - DC converters
• Recognizes Power Electronics Applications such as Motor Drivers, Uninterruptible Power Supplies, Power Quality

Devices in this laboratory:

• Experiment Tables
• Diode Module
• Thyristor Module
• Triac Module
• Dimmer Module
• Measurement Module
• Oscilloscope Module
• AC / DC Current / Voltage Measurement Module
• 3 Phase Inverter Module
• 3 Phase Asynchronous Motor
• DC-DC Boost Converter Module
• DC-DC Buck Converter Module
• Resistive Load Module
• Inductive Load Module
• Capacitive Load Module
• Rheostat Module
• Three Phase Fuse Module
• D-LAB Module

Experiments:

• Diode Characteristics
• Thyristor Forward / Reverse Blocking Mode Experiment
• Thyristor's Forward Breakdown
• Thyristor Forward Conducting Mode
• MOSFET Experiment
• IGBT Opening Experiment
• IGBT Switching Experiment
• Diode Rectifier Experiment
• Thyristor Rectifier Experiment
• AC Voltage Control
• DC-DC Converter Experiment
• Phase Inverter Experiment