þÿFACULTY OF ENGINEERING NEW COURSE PROPOSAL FORM Must Course GEP Elective CO-OP þÿ þÿx þÿ Departmental Restricted Elective


Prof.Dr.Emin TACER

ESYS 4422 High Voltage Techniques 2. CREDIT HOURS: Theoretical: Applied/Laboratory:

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CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION: Field analysis: experimental methods and Total: þÿ3 applications, electrical breakdown in gases, liquids ECTS: þÿ and solids, insulating oils and solid dielectrics, generation and measurement of high AC, DC and impulse voltage and impulse currents, AC to DC conversion and electrostatic generators, operation, design and construction of impulse generators . Prerequisites: Co-requisites: ESYS 4401 Introduction to Power System NONE


3. Course objectives/goals: The aim of this course is to teach the students about high voltage technologies and components used in high voltage applications. The students will be taught about the effects of electric field formation in high voltage applications and related measurements.

Thus. learning about the technologies. TEXTBOOK(S) AND REFERENCE MATERIAL(S) AS TWO SEPARATE LISTS: TEXT BOOK TITLE High Voltage Engineering Fundamentals REFERENCE MATERIAL 1 8. name the type of the laboratory: þÿb. 6. 1 LABORATORY WORK REQUIRED? : Yes No þÿa. RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE COURSES IN THE DEPARTMENT. AND UNIVERSITY: There is no course in the University covering the same topics. ranging from natural gas power plants to nuclear energy power plants. If yes. Wadhwa YEAR 2007 ISBN 9788122418590 AUTHOR Kuffel. SYLLABUS: WEEKS 1 2 Electrical Breakdown 3 4 Electrical Breakdown Electrical Breakdown Electrical Breakdown in Liquids Electrical Breakdown in Solids SUBJECT Field Analysis Definition of Electrical Breakdown Electrical Breakdown in Gases DETAILS Experimental Methods and Applications . TITLE High Voltage Engineering AUTHOR C. components and materials related to high voltage applications is crucial to almost all energy systems engineers who will be involved in power production. 9. If new laboratory is needed. give the estimated budget proposal for a new laboratory: Itemize weekly laboratory experiments in terms of topics and/or phases to be covered. JUSTIFICATION OF THE PROPOSAL:  Energy systems engineers may work in a great variety of power production facilities. One common feature of all these facilities share is that the electricity that is produced must be processed with attention.4. Zaengl. Kuffel YEAR ISBN 2000 0750636343 7. FACULTY.L. level of detail should not be more than what is sufficient to define test procedure/progress.

. MIDTERM1 Generation and Measurement Generation and Measurement Generation and Measurement Conversion and Electrostatic Generators Conversion and Electrostatic Generators Electrical Breakdown in Insulating Oils and Solid Dielectrics Generation and Measurement of High AC Voltage Generation and Measurement of Impulse Voltages Generation and Measurement of Impulse Currents AC to DC Conversion Electrostatic Generators Operation and Design of Impulse Generators Construction of Impulse Generators 10 35 0 50 5 % % % % % þÿ þÿ % % þÿPlease define. GRADING SYSTEM: Homework: Midterm Term Project: Final: Classroom Participation: Laboratory Work: Other Total: 11.5 Electrical Breakdown 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 MIDTERM 2 13 Impulse Generators 14 Impulse Generators 10. þÿ 100 % MAXIMUM CLASS SIZE AND STUDENT QUOTA FOR STUDENTS OF OTHER DEPARTMENTS: ..

13. Murat Fahrioğlu 14. Dr. OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION: a. Prof. Computer usage: . Date of proposal: þÿ18 þÿ01 /þÿ2011 / Yes þÿEnter software name other than MS Office b.Maximum Class Size: 100 Quota for Students of Other Departments: EEE (Elective) MCH (Elective) 20 12. PROPOSED SEMESTER FOR THE COURSE: Fall: 7 Spring: OTHER FACULTY MEMBERS WHO MAY BE INTERESTED IN TEACHING THIS COURSE Assoc.