This unit provides students with a basic understanding of the electronic principles involved in instrumentation and measurement systems, together with a first introduction to electrical machines. Topics covered include: introduction to resonant circuit theory of circuits involving resistors, inductors and capacitors; basic description of the behaviour of operational amplifiers with positive and negative feedback; application of operational amplifiers to measurement, instrumentation and filter circuits;review of three phase systems, AC power analysis, transformers, and AC machines.
|Unit name||Electrical Engineering 1|
|Faculty/School||College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Engineering
Dr Bernardo A. León de la Barra
Dr Bernardo A. León de la Barra,
|Available as student elective?||Yes|
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(KMA154 or JEE104) and (KNE122 or JEE114)
You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:
3 lectures and 1 tutorial per week, and four 3-hour practical sessions.
Coursework (40%): 4 laboratory sessions (20%) and 2 tests (20%). Final Exam (60%): 3-hour end of the semester exam.
Each of the coursework and exam marks must be at least 45% to be eligible to pass the unit.
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