Electrical Circuits and Machines
Introduction to Circuit theory. Mecahtronics. Analysis and Design of circuits. Basic concepts of circuits. Kirchhoff’s Laws. Circuits with sources and resistances. Operational amplifiers. Dynamic elements and circuits of first and second order in transient state. Alternative current circuits analysis using phasors (complex numbers). Three-phase circuits and power systems. An introduction to electrical installations, regulations, safety.
Electrical Machines. Electromagnetics and Electromechanics. Transformers. Operational principles of rotating electrical machines. Structure, models, applications of the main types of electrical machines: Synchronous machines. Induction motors. Direct current Machines.
The course constitutes a first, introduction to the basic notions of the theory and practice of electrical circuits and machines. Upon successful completion of the course the student will be in position to:
Analyze and design simple DC circuits.
Analyze circuits involving operational amplifiers.
Perform analysis of first and second order circuits in transient state.
Perform analysis and simple design of AC and three-phase circuits.
Learn the basics for electromagnetism to be used in electrical machines study.
Model and analyze the real transformers and use them
Model and analyze the main types of electrical machines namely Synchronous machines. Induction motors. Direct current Machines.
Select and determine the characteristics of electrical motors in building electromechanical systems.
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- Language English
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