The course is taught by a mixture of lectures, workshops, exercises, mini-projects and self-studies. Instead of using complicated mathematical equations and electromagnetic theory, particularly-made Finite Element Models visualizing the electromagnetic field behaviour inside a machine will be used to give an easy but deep access to many difficult topics involved in the electrical machine theory. Various advanced sensorless control technologies developed in recent years will be discussed for permanent magnet machine and synchronous reluctance machine (which has received great interests in recent years). Achievements obtained from recent PhD projects carried out at the department will be presented.
Since it is a 5 ECTS course module, the work load is expected to be 150 hours for the student.
|Name of exam||Modern Electrical Drives|
|Type of exam|
Written and oral examOral examination based on a delivered mini-project/test report (individual or made in groups).
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||As stated in the Joint Programme Regulations.
|Danish title||Moderne elektriske drivsystemer|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Aalborg, Campus Esbjerg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Energy|
|Faculty||Faculty of Engineering and Science|
|School||School of Engineering and Science|