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SOE 202 - Industrial Electric 1


Credits: 3
3 Lecture Hours

Prerequisites: SOE 101  and SOE 111  

 
Description
This is a comprehensive introductory course that covers the study of industrial electrical principles, practices and their applications in an Industrial/Commercial setting. Topics covered during the course include the language of electricity, alternating current, wiring applications and DC currents.


Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:

  1. Define and explain Electrical Symbols, Electrical Drawings, Using the Drawings/Diagrams, Scientific and Engineering Notation.
  2. Discuss Structure of Matter, Static Electricity, Electric Current, Current Measurement, Voltage, Voltage Sources, Voltage Measurements, Resistance and Ohs Law.
  3. Classify and describe Work, Power, Energy, Efficiency, Mechanical Transmission of Power, Drives and Sizing Motors.
  4. Differentiate between the Digital Multimeter, the Voltage Tester, the Clamp-on Ammeter, the Megohmmeter, the Oscilloscope, Oscilloscope Probes and Making Measurements.
  5. Label and explain the Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits and Combination Circuits.
  6. Compare and contrast Magnets, Magnetic Fields and Forces, Magnetic Theories, Magnetic Materials, Electromagnetism, Magnetic Circuits and Measurements and Solenoids.
  7. Explain the Basic AC Theory, Alternating Current and Voltage Values, Advantages and Disadvantages of AC Electromagnetic Induction, Capacitance, Power in AC Circuits and Three-Phase Systems.
  8. List and explain Units of Measurement, Mil-Foot Wire, Resistivity, Thermal Effect, Insulation and Ampacity of Conductors, Flexible Cords and Cables, Electrical Distribution, Terminal Connections and Splices.
  9. Describe the differences between Residential Wiring, Commercial and Industrial Wiring.
  10. Classify and describe Transmission Efficiency, Transformer Principle, Losses and Efficiency, Transformer Construction, Control Transformers, Special Transformers and Transformer Connections.
Listed Topics
  1. Language of Electricity
  2. Electrical Fundamentals
  3. Basic Resistive Electrical Circuits
  4. DC Currents
  5. Alternating Currents
  6. AC Circuits
  7. Conductor Types and Sizes
  8. Wiring Methods
  9. Wiring Applications
  10. Transformers
     
Reference Materials
Current Textbook.
Supplementary Materials such as study guides, workbooks, CD, videos, handouts, library resources.
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 05/14/2007


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