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Electrical Theory 2

Course Code ECME-122
Lecture hours per week 5
Lab hours per week
Course Availability: Open
Description: Upon successful completion of Electrical Theory 2, students will be able to:
Describe magnetic flux and flux density; solve problems associated with magnetic energy; explain Ohm's Law as applied to magnetic circuits; describe factors which affect inductance and perform related calculations; apply Fleming's hand rules and Lenz's law; describe the types, construction, operation and characteristics of DC machines; describe a sine wave; calculate RMS, average, maximum, and instantaneous values; calculate frequency, electrical and mechanical degrees; Calculate: Phasors, vectors and vector diagrams; describe the effects of alternating voltage and current in a resistive device; calculate inductive reactance, voltage, current, and power of an inductive circuit; calculate capacitive reactance, voltage, current, power and phase relationships of a capacitive circuit; calculate values for RL,RC & RLC series and parallel circuits; and calculate resonant circuits.