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The application of DSP microcontrollers to motor drives and power conversion

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A general purpose DSP microcontroller based control system.

Date and Time

13 November 2017 - 17:30-20:00

Location

Newcastle, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the UK - NE:Northumbria local network.


About this event

The Electrical Power Research Group at Newcastle University has a requirement for real-time control in many of its research projects. These projects include many types of motor control applications and power conversion for energy systems. This talk will describe a general purpose DSP microcontroller based control system that has been developed for use by PhD students and Research Associates. After describing the hardware and software system, a number of application examples will be given.


Programme

17:30 Tea/Coffee/Biscuits
18:15 Lecture

Additional information

Speaker:
Dr David Atkinson is a Senior Lecturer with the Electrical Power Research Group, School of Engineering, Newcastle University. His research interests are in control of power electronic systems including electric drives and converters for renewable energy systems.

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