INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL APPLICATIONS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
This course aims at providing to non-electrical student basic knowledge of electric circuits, electromechanical systems and of their applications, in order to enhance the core technical background of a future engineer.
Course contents summary
Basic of electric linear circuit theory.
Analysis of DC electric circuits
¿ From Maxwell field theory to lumped parameters circuits. Fields, charge and current.
¿ Kirchhoff¿s current and voltage laws.
¿ Parallel and series connections for linear circuits. Wye-Delta transformation.
¿ Node and loop analysis.
¿ Network theorems. Thevenin¿s and Norton¿s theorem. Maximum power transfer theorem.
Transient analysis of electric circuits
¿ Inductors, Capacitors and duality.
¿ First order RL and RC circuits.
¿ Second order circuits. Series and parallel RLC circuits.
Analysis of AC electric circuits
¿ Phasor representatives of sinusoidal signals.
¿ Steady-state circuit analysis using phasors.
¿ Sinuosoidal steady-state power calculations.
¿ Analysis of Three-Phase circuits.
¿ Economical aspects of transmitting electric power.
¿ Magnetically coupled circuits and transformers.
¿ Frequency Risponse of linear circuits. Bode Plots.
¿ Brief introduction to safety control of electrical systems.
¿ A. Bellini, ¿Circuiti elettrici lineari. Esercizi e Applicazioni¿, Pitagora Editrice, 2004.
¿ G.Fabricatore, ¿Elettrotecnica ed applicazioni¿, Ed. Liguori, 1994.
¿ Alexander, Sadiku, ¿Electric Circuits¿, McGraw Hill, 2000.
¿ P. Ghigi - M. Martelli - F. Mastri, ¿Esercizi di Elettrotecnica¿, editrice Esculapio, 2000.
A written text, and a verbal test.
Solutions of electric circuits in several operating conditions. Use of SPICE in Linear circuit analysis.