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AMA EDUCATION SYSTEM College of Engineering COURSE SYLLABUS Course Code Descriptive Title Course Credit Pre-requisite

Course Description : : : : : EENG06 Electrical Machines 4 units (3-unit lecture, 1-unit lab) EENG05 Energy Conversion This course has been designed to provide Engineering aspects and applications of transformers, induction motors, synchronous generators and motors, direct-current generators and motors. At the end of the term, the students should be able to:

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Develop a fundamental understanding of electric motor performance characteristics, and circuits. Understand the underlying concepts of Synchronous Generator and Motor. Develop an understanding of the methods of speed and torque control of AC synchronous, AC induction and DC motors

Course Outline LECTURE TOPICS PRELIMINARY PERIOD I. DC Generator s 1.1 The Equivalent Circuit of a DC Generator 1.2 The Magnetism Curve of a DC Generator 1.3 The Separately Excited Generator 1.4 The Shunt & Series DC Generator 1.5 Parallel Operation of DC Generator II. DC Motors 2.1 The Equivalent Circuit of a DC Motor 2.2 Separately Excited and Shunt DC Motors 2.3 The Permanent Magnet DC Motor 2.4 The Series DC Motor 2.5 The Compounded DC Motor 2.6 DC Motor Starters 2.7 DC Motor Efficiency Calculations

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MIDTERM PERIOD III. Synchronous Generators 3.1 Synchronous Generator Construction 3.2 The Speed of Rotation of a Synchronous Generator 3.3 The Equivalent Circuit of a Synchronous Generator 3.4 Power and Torque in Synchronous Generator IV. Synchronous Motors 4.1 Steady-State Synchronous Motor Operation 4.2 Starting Synchronous Motor
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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING EENG06 EENG06 Electrical Machines Curriculum Year 2001-2002 / Revised August 2002

4.3 4.4 C.

Starting Synchronous Motors Synchronous Motor Ratings

FINAL PERIOD V. Induction Motors 5.1 Induction Motor Construction 5.2 Basic Induction Motor Concepts 5.3 The Equivalent Circuit of an Induction Concepts 5.4 Power and Torque in Induction Motors 5.5 Induction Motor Torque-Speed Characteristics 5.6 Trends in Induction Motor Design 5.7 Starting Induction Motor 5.8 Speed Control of Induction Motors 5.9 Determining Circuit Model Impedance 5.10 Induction Generator

Grading System Lecture: Prelim Quizzes 40% Class Participation Major Examination Total 40% 10% 50% 100% 10% 50% 100% Midterm Final 40% 10% 50% 100%

Lecture Grade = 30% Prelim + 30% Midterm + 40% Final Grade Laboratory: Experiments Class Participation Major Examination Total Prelim 40% 10% 50% 100% Midterm 40% 10% 50% 100% Final 40% 10% 50% 100%

Laboratory Grade = 30% Prelim + 30% Midterm + 40% Final Grade Grade = 60% Lecture Grade + 40% Laboratory Grade References:

1. Electrical Machines, 2nd Edition by Charles Siskind 2. Alternating Current Machines, 3rd Edition by Puchstein, Lloyd, Conrad 3. Electric Machinery, 4th Edition by Fitzgerald, Kingsley Jr., Umans
4. Principles of Electric Machines & Power Electronics by P.C. Sen

INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING EENG06 EENG06 Electrical Machines Curriculum Year 2001-2002 / Revised August 2002

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