Electric Energy Systems
|Course code ELEC2132||Units 10||Level 2000||Faculty of Engineering and Built EnvironmentSchool of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
This course introduces the theory of magnetic circuits, transformers and electromagnetic energy conversion and applies these fundamental principles to systems which rely on them. Topics considered may include three phase circuits, magnetic circuits, transformers, electromechanical energy conversion, transmission lines, introductory electric machines and power systems.
Available in 2014
|Objectives||At the conclusion of this course students will be able to:|
- Understand the theory necessary to understand and analyse magnetic circuits.
- Understand the principles of electromagnetic energy conversion.
- Be able to extend the fundamental theory to explain the operating principles of and to model:
o Rotating machines;
o Relays and solenoids; and
o Transmission lines.
- Combine elements into a complete system and perform elementary analysis on the system as a whole.
|Content||Three phase circuits|
- Balanced and unbalanced circuits
- Magnetic fields
- Magnetic flux
- B-H characteristics
Electromechanical energy conversion
- Energy stored in a magnetic field
- Electromagnetic force
- Elementary concepts in rotating machines
Transmission Line Modelling
- Single phase transmission lines
- Three Phase transmission lines
Transmission Line Representation
Power System Representation
- Per Unit System
|Transition||Not to count for credit with the course ELEC2120 or ELEC2131|
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode|
|Teaching Methods||Problem Based Learning|
|Contact Hours||Lecture: for 3 hour(s) per Week for Full Term|
Laboratory: for 15 hour(s) per Term for Full Term
Tutorial: for 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
|Timetables||2014 Course Timetables for ELEC2132|