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Overview

Instructor: Chao-Ching Ho
National Yunlin University of Science and Technology

HoChao@yuntech.edu.tw

When and where to take class

Office Hours

Classroom

10:00 -12 :00, Wednesday


EM 309
EM 330 (TA)
14:00 -15 :00, Wednesday
2F
EM205 (A)
Monday, 10:10- 12:00 (CD)
Tuesday, 13:10- 14:00 (E)

Class web page and PPT slides

Textbooks

Textbook:

References:

Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, Giorgio


Rizzoni, McGraw-Hill, 2009. ()

Course materials available online

Students are encouraged to print course slides in


advance and use them to take notes in class

Grading

Quiz and Homework (40%)

Mid-term Exam (25%)

Students will be quizzed at least twice.


Homework assignment is watching .
Cover the principles and analysis of electrical
circuit .

Final Exam (25%)


Course participance (10%)

Students are encouraged to exercise the


assignments and practice to present in class

Course Topics

Principles of Electrical Circuit ()


Analysis of Resistive Circuit ()
Analysis of AC Circuit ()
Power Supply for AC Circuit ()
Principles of Electrical Machines ()
Basic Types of Electrical Machines ()

What is Electromechanics

What is Electromechanics

Who should take the class

Why You Need to Study Electromechanics

Pass the exam and get the credits


Broad knowledge base
Technological advances in EE tools
Communication with EE consultants
Fundamentals of

Computer systems
Control systems
Electronics
Signal processing
Manufacturing
Schematic of a Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle (Source:
National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

Basic SI units

[K] = [C] + 273.15

Basic SI units

Hz

s-1

kgm/s2

Nm

J/s

As

W/A

V/A

A/V

Vs

Wb

Wb/A

C/V

Basic standard prefixes

Brief History of Electrical Engineering


William Gilbert (1544-1603)
Father of magnetism
First to experiment with electricity
Coulomb (1736-1806), 220 yrs ago
the law of electrostatic attraction ()
the unit of electrical charge (), is named in his honor.

Alessandro Giuseppe Anastasio Volta (1745-1827)


discovered chemical reaction driven by electric current
naming of the electrical unit, volta (Symbol: "V ).

Andre-Marie Ampere (1775-1836)


discovered Current Magnetic flux (182 yrs ago)
naming of the electric current, Ampere(Symbol: A ).

http://electrochem.cwru.edu/encycl/art-p05-pillars-of-ec.htm

Georg Ohm (1787-1854)


connecting voltage, current, and resistance through Ohms law

Michael Faraday (1791-1867)


Magnetic flux Voltage (177 yrs ago)

James Clerk Maxwell (1839-1871)


Unified electromagnetics ()

Heinrich Rudolf Hertz (1857-1894)
Electro-magnetic wave (120 yrs ago)

Cont.
Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931)
inventing the incandescent bulb and the phonograph
nickel-iron battery (rechargeable battery)

John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, William Shockley (62 yrs ago)


Inventors of the Modern Computer

DARPA: Internet (40 yrs ago)

Driving on Mars