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Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Power Lab

High Energy Weapon, Renewable Power, and Solid State Conversion Lab

Founded in the fall of 2002, the Power Laboratory was developed to meet the needs of the Navy for a competently trained officer corps in the area of Electric Power as the Navy has embarked on an all-electric ship platform. The lab supports classes, student projects, and research. The teaching portion of the lab has eight laboratory teaching stations. Each station is equipped with a variety of equipment including Oscilloscopes, DC power supplies, function generators, FPGA/microprocessor-based real-time controllers, inductors, capacitors, transformers, motors, generators, power analyzers, voltage and current probes, and handheld multimeters.

The research and project section of the lab contains a variety of additional equipment to support projects and research including large power supplies, motors, semiconductors, and test equipment.

See the Power Group for a list of courses along with student and faculty research projects.








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