SOE 211 - Industrial Electric 2
3 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: SOE 202
This advanced course is a continuation of Industrial Electric 1 and covers advanced electric principles, practices, and their application in an Industrial/Commercial setting. Special emphasis is on troubleshooting and high voltage distribution systems.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Define and explain Primary Distribution Systems, Consumer Distribution Systems, Grounding of Electrical Systems, Grounding of Electrical Equipment, Ground-Fault Protection, Three-Phase Systems, Harmonics, Lighting Measurements, Inverse Square Law and Light Distribution.
- Discuss applications for Space Heating, Heating Equipment, System Controls, Humidity Controls, Dielectric Heating, Induction Heating, Resistance Heating, ARC Heating, Infrared Heat, Generator Construction, Self-Excited Generator, Separately Excited Generator, Voltage Control Versus Voltage Regulation, Parallel Operation of Generators and Generator Efficiency.
- Identify applications that require an understanding of Basic Motor Operation, Generator Action in a Motor, Commutation, Motor Speed, Types of DC Motors, Motor Maintenance, AC Generators Versus DC Generators, Alternator Construction, Alternator Voltage Output, Voltage and Frequency Control, Alternator Characteristics, Paralleling Alternators, Motor-Generator Sets and Rotary Converters, (Dynamotors).
- Compare and contrast AC Motor Construction, Three-Phase Motor Theory, Three-Phase Motor Starting and Running Current, Types of Three-Phase Motors, Single-Phase Motors, Starting Single-Phase Motors, Universal Motors, Selection of Single-Phase Motors, Torque Motors, Dual-Voltage Windings, Multi-speed Induction Motors.
- Compare and contrast DC Drives, Switching Amplifier Field Current Controller, SCR Armature Voltage Controller, Choppers, the Four Quadrants of Motor Operation and Troubleshooting DC Drives.
- Identify Inverter Drives, Flux Vector Drives, Troubleshooting Inverter Drives, the Electrical Supply to the Motor and the Drive, PLC Components, I/O Wiring, Programming and Types on Instructions.
- DC Generators, Motors, Drives
- AC Generators (Alternators) and Motors
- Motor Control Devices and Circuits
- Basic Industrial Electronics, Distribution and Heat
- Programmable Logic Controllers
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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