Basic concepts of AC systems, single-phase and three-phase networks, electric power generation, transformers, transmission lines, electric machinery and the use of power.
Electric power and energy are cornerstones of modern industrial societies. This course provides the basis of how electric power is produced, distributed and utilized in an efficient manner. The students need this background in all branches of electrical engineering.
Required for all EE majors; Technical elective for CPE majors
C- or better in 3004.
Elementary network theory, as taught in ECE 2004, is essential for the development of the power network theory in this course. There are no co-requisites for this course.
Percentage of Course
|Single-Phase Circuits and Power Calculations||10%|
|Three-Phase Circuits and Power Calculations||10%|
|Power Delivery Systems