THE BASIC TRAINING PROGRAM OF POWER ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS
The Basic Training Program of Power Electronic Engineers
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Kevin Gautama is a systems design and programming engineer with 16 years of expertise in the fields of electrical and electronics and information technology.

He teaches at the Hanoi University of Industry in the period 2003-2011 and he has a certificate of vocational training by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce and the Hanoi University of Industry.

From extensive design experience through numerous engineering projects, the author founded the Enziin Academy.

The Enziin Academy is a startup in the field of educational, it's core goal is to training design engineers in the fields technology related.

The Enziin Academy is headquartered in Stockholm-Sweden with an orientation operating multi-lingual and global.

The author's skills in IT:

  • Implementing the application infrastructure on Amazon's cloud computing platform.
  • Linux server system administration (Sysadmin).
  • Design load balancing and content distribution system.
  • MySQL database administration.
  • C/C++/C# Programming
  • Ruby and Ruby on Rails Programming
  • Python and Django Programming
  • The WPF/C# on the .NET Framework Programming
  • The PHP/JAVA Programming
  • Machine Learning and Expert System.
  • Internet of Things.

The author's skills in the fields of electric and electronic:

  • The design of popular CPU / MCU systems.
  • Design FPGA / CPLD system (Xilinx - Altera).
  • Design and programming of DSP systems (Texas Instruments).
  • Embedded ARM system design.
  • The RTOS Programming
  • Design and programming electronic power systems.
  • PLC - inverter - sensor - electric control cabinet industrial.
  • Control systems distributed connection with Server.

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The Basic Training Program of Power Electronic Engineers

Power electronics is the application of solid-state electronics to the control and conversion of electric power. The first high power electronic devices were mercury-arc valves.

In modern systems the conversion is performed with semiconductor switching devices such as diodes, thyristors and transistors.

In contrast to electronic systems concerned with transmission and processing of signals and data, in power electronics substantial amounts of electrical energy are processed.

An AC/DC converter (rectifier) is the most typical power electronics device found in many consumer electronic devices, e.g. television sets, personal computers, battery chargers, etc.

The power range is typically from tens of watts to several hundred watts. In industry a common application is the variable speed drive (VSD) that is used to control an induction motor. The power range of VSDs start from a few hundred watts and end at tens of megawatts.

The power conversion systems can be classified according to the type of the input and output power

  • AC to DC (rectifier)
  • DC to AC (inverter)
  • DC to DC (DC-to-DC converter)
  • AC to AC (AC-to-AC converter)

DC to AC converters produce an AC output waveform from a DC source. Applications include adjustable speed drives (ASD), uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), Flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS), voltage compensators, and photovoltaic inverters.

Table of Content


  • Module 1: Electronic Design with KiCAD
  • 1. Introduction
    • videocam
      The tasks to do in this course
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Download and install KiCad
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Overview of KiCad
      11m26s
  • 2. Schematic Design
    • videocam
      Tools and menu
      11m26s
    • videocam
      The common commands
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Hierarchical structure in schematics
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Annotate auto for components
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Check rules schematic design
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Make a netlist
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Printing a schematic
      11m26s
  • 3. Library in Schematic Design
    • videocam
      Create the library and add new components
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Graphics objects
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Managing units of measurement
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Make footprint for the component
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Additional information fields
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Manage symbols
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Create Netlists and BOM
      11m26s
  • 4. Design PCB
    • videocam
      Introducing the PcbNew tool
      11m26s
    • videocam
      The options PCB
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Link Schematic and PCB
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Create new PCB
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Update the PCB
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Read files Netlist
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Introducing layers
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Setting the layers
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Arrange components
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Layout PCB
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Add region copper overlay
      11m26s
  • 5. Library Footprint
    • videocam
      Introduction to Footprint Editor
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Using the Footprint Editor
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Export files to the manufacturer
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Export Gerber files
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Export Drill files
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Export components position file
      11m26s
  • 6. The Reality Project
    • videocam
      Analyze the requirements
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Design the schematic
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Make a library schematic
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Import shape of board from CAD
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Design the PCB
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Make a library footprint
      11m26s
    • videocam
      Export files to the manufacturer
      11m26s
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