LABORATORIO VIRTUAL DE SEMICONDUCTORES DE POTENCIA (VIRTUAL LABORATORY OF POWER SEMICONDUCTORS)

José Gustavo Lara Ramírez, Fernando Zamora Chávez, Coral Martínez Nolasco, Juan José Martínez Nolasco, Alonso Alejandro Jiménez Garibay

Resumen


Hoy en día, el uso de simuladores virtuales para experimentar con dispositivos semiconductores de potencia es muy común en la educación de ingeniería mecatrónica/electrónica. Desde la perspectiva de la electrónica de potencia, el objetivo de los simuladores es la interacción entre el software y el estudiante para conocer la funcionalidad en aplicaciones específicas. Para los técnicos e ingenieros industriales, el uso de sistemas de entrenamiento orientados a la experimentación  ayudan en el proceso relacionado con la obtención de las competencias y habilidades experimentales requeridas. Este documento presenta una solución alternativa para laboratorios virtuales utilizados para educación y proceso de capacitación industrial, utilizando una interfaz hombre-máquina amigable a través de NI-LabVIEW. El diseño incluye los fundamentos de BJT, MOSFET e IGBT desde una perspectiva de frecuencia.

Palabra(s) Clave: Laboratorio Virtual, Semiconductor de Potencia, Educación en Ingeniería, Capacitación Industrial, Instrumento Virtual.

 

Abstract

Nowadays the use of virtual simulators to experiment with power semiconductor devices is very common in mechatronic/electronic engineering education. From the perspective of power electronics, the objective of the simulators is the interaction between the software and the student to know the functionality in specific applications. For industrial technicians and engineers, the use of practice-oriented training systems helps in the process related to obtain required practical competences and skills. This paper presents an alternative path for virtual laboratories using for education and industrial training process, using a friendly human-machine interface via NI-LabVIEW. The design includes fundamentals of BJT, MOSFET, and IGBT from a frequency perspective.

Keywords: Virtual Laboratory, Power Semiconductor, Engineering Education, Industrial Training, Virtual Instrument.


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