NEE2101 - Electrical Circuits or
NEF2251 - Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
|1.||Apply fundamentals of mechanical and electromagnetic energy conversion in diverse contexts;|
|2.||Demonstrate knowledge of the structure of DC and AC electrical machines and the purpose of the various components;|
|3.||Apply relevant equivalent circuit models of various electrical machines and analyse their operational performance under wide ranging conditions;|
|4.||Analyse simple power systems containing transformers and synchronous generators to solve fundamental problems;|
|5.||Critically analyse various starting techniques of motors;|
|6.||Construct test platforms for testing purposes and set up complex electrical connections of electrical machines; and|
|7.||Review and evaluate appropriate applications of A.C. machines in industries.|
|Laboratory Work||Two Group Laboratory Reports (1500 words each; Team of Two)||40%|
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