Power electronics widely uses in solid-state electronics to the conversion and management control of electric power. Nonlinear, time-varying, energy-processing electronic systems with rapid dynamics are the focus of this field of study in electronic and electrical engineering, which includes the design, control, computing, and integration of such systems. Power electronics are being used more and more often in everyday life, from homes to businesses to factories to cars to planes to satellites to cell phones. A control systems engineer, electrical engineer, or electronics engineer must be familiar with the fundamental components of electronic control systems. As a result, power electronics is now a required course of study for all aspiring engineers at the bachelor’s and master’s degrees. For all engineering majors, Power Electronics Fundamentals and Applications will be required reading. In order to facilitate learning, the information has been organised into manageable modules and presented in a systematic manner. The language is straightforward, such that even a novice learner should have no trouble grasping the concepts discussed. This book brings together the most up-to-date topic matter with a thorough examination of the underlying theory, design, modelling, and application of power electronics and drives.