Electromechanical Energy Conversion (EE352) Course Details

Course Name: Electromechanical Energy Conversion
Code: EE352
Pre-requisite Course(s): EE 210 or EE 234 or AEE 202
Objective: • To learn the basics of electric machinery fundamentals • To learn the principles of Electromechanical Energy Conversion • To understand the operation of an ideal/practical/special/three-phase transformers • To understand how terminal voltage are produced and varied with load in a synchronous generator operating alone • To understand the operation of synchronous generator alone, in parallel with other generators or with a very large power system • To understand how synchronous motor can be started/ how power factor varies as synchronous motor load and motor field current • To understand the operation of induction machines (IM) • To understand the techniques for IM starting • To understand how the speed of induction motors can be controlled • To understand how the induction machine used as a generator • To understand the operation of DC motors/generators • To know the types of DC motors • To understand how to control the speed of DC motors
Content: Electric Machinery Fundamentals/ Magnetic Circuits and Materials / Electromechanical Energy Conversion Principles/Transformers: The ideal transformer, practical transformers, special transformers, three-phase transformers/DC Machines; DC generators, DC motors, DC motor starters, Variable speed control of DC motors/Synchronous Machines: Synchronous generators, Synchronous motors/ Induction Machines/ Solid-state induction motor drives
Term: Autumn
Theory: 3
Application: 2
Laboratory: 0
Credit: 4
ECTS Course File: Course File
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