Ehab TarmoomEhab Tarmoom is an applications engineer and subject matter expert (SME) on silicon carbide solutions at Microchip Technology Inc. He has over 20 years of experience designing and developing automotive electronics. His focus on electrification began in 2009 with supporting the development of the battery charging system for the Chevy Volt. He has since designed and developed electrification products, including on-board chargers, EVSEs, battery disconnect units, and a BISG inverter. His current focus is on modeling and simulation of power electronics circuits and systems using silicon carbide technology. Ehab earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering at the University of Michigan – Dearborn.
Modeling and Simulation of 30 kW Vienna Rectifier
This webinar focuses on the modeling and simulation of Microchip’s SiC-based 30 kW Vienna PFC reference design using PLECS® simulation software.