SOE 202 - Industrial Electric 1
3 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: SOE 101 and SOE 111
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.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Define and explain Electrical Symbols, Electrical Drawings, Using the Drawings/Diagrams, Scientific and Engineering Notation.
- Discuss Structure of Matter, Static Electricity, Electric Current, Current Measurement, Voltage, Voltage Sources, Voltage Measurements, Resistance and Ohs Law.
- Classify and describe Work, Power, Energy, Efficiency, Mechanical Transmission of Power, Drives and Sizing Motors.
- Differentiate between the Digital Multimeter, the Voltage Tester, the Clamp-on Ammeter, the Megohmmeter, the Oscilloscope, Oscilloscope Probes and Making Measurements.
- Label and explain the Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits and Combination Circuits.
- Compare and contrast Magnets, Magnetic Fields and Forces, Magnetic Theories, Magnetic Materials, Electromagnetism, Magnetic Circuits and Measurements and Solenoids.
- 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.
- 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.
- Describe the differences between Residential Wiring, Commercial and Industrial Wiring.
- Classify and describe Transmission Efficiency, Transformer Principle, Losses and Efficiency, Transformer Construction, Control Transformers, Special Transformers and Transformer Connections.
- Language of Electricity
- Electrical Fundamentals
- Basic Resistive Electrical Circuits
- DC Currents
- Alternating Currents
- AC Circuits
- Conductor Types and Sizes
- Wiring Methods
- Wiring Applications
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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