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2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
This paper presents the authors' teaching practice of utilizing a centralized platform project to link three core major courses (Automatic Control, Power Electronics, and Electric Drives) in ECE curriculum. The centralized platform project emulates the drive system of a golf-cart. It consists of several subsystems such as controller, power processing unit (power electronics converters), interface circuitry, sensors, and electric machines etc. Students enrolled in these three courses will bedoi:10.18260/1-2--19294 fatcat:chzsaibpzzf7ra33lr2xaqiv3m