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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY EMT 113/4 INTRODUCTION

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Course Outcomes (COs) CO1Understand the concept and the basics operation of electrical machines and instrumentation. CO2Analyze the transformer, dc machines and ac machines with respect to their efficiency, equivalent circuits and losses. CO3Analyze the basics operation of dc and ac meters, dc and ac bridges, sensors and transducers.

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Course Outlines Part1 : Electrical machines »Transformer »DC machines »AC machines Part2 : Instrumentation »DC Bridges »AC Bridges »Sensors and Transducers

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Assessments a) Final Exam : 50 % b) Coursework: 50 % (i) 25 % Practical: - 15 % from Lab Reports. - 10% from Lab Test. (ii) 25 % : - 10 % from Written Test 1 & Test 2 - 15 % from Attendance, Viva & Quizzes.

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List of Experiments LABEXPERIMENT 1Lab Introduction 2Single Phase Transformer; voltage and current ratio 3DC Series Motor 4Three Phase AC Induction Motor 5d'Arsonval Galvanometer 6The Basic Voltmeter Design 7The Wheatstone Bridge

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Reference books Chapman S.J., “Electric Machinery Fundamentals”, Fourth Edition, 2005, McGraw Hill, Singapore (Text book). Z.A. Yamayee & J.L. Bala, “ Electromechanical Energy Devices & Power Systems”, 1994, Wiley & Sons, USA Bhas S. Guru & Huseyin R. Hiziroglu, “Electric Machinery and Transformers”, 2001, Oxford University Press. A.K. Sawhney & P.Sawhney, “A Course in Electronic and Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation” Dhanpat Rai & Co. (P) Ltd., 2001. C.S Rangan, G.R. Sarma & V.S. Mani, “Instrumentation Devices & System” Tata, McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited, 2004.

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Lecturers & Teaching Engineers School of Microelectronics Mrs. Nor Farhani binti Zakaria Ms. Nurjuliana binti Juhari Mrs. Wan Azlianawati bt Wan Aziz Ms. Shazlina binti Johari School of Computer & Electrocommunication Mr. Amir Razif Arief bin Jamil Abdullah Mrs. Aznor Hanah binti Abdul Halim Mrs. Shariffah Zarihan bt Syed Zaharim Helmi

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Teaching Planning Study Week Course ContentLab / Tutorial 1 (30 Dis - 2 Jan) Chapter 1:Transformer. Introduction, applications, types and constructions of transformer. General theory of transformer operation. The ideal & real single phase transformer. Lab 1: Introduction 2 (5 - 9 Jan) Chapter 1:Transformer(cont). Exact & Approximate Equivalent Circuit of a Transformer. Transformer Voltage Regulation Efficiency. Open & Short Circuit. Three Phase Transformer. Lab 2: Single Phase Transformer- Voltage and Current Ratio 3 (12 – 16 Jan) Chapter 2:DC Machines. Introduction & construction of DC Machines. Lab Test 4 (19 – 23 Jan) Chapter 2:DC Machines(cont). operation, types & analysis of DC Machines. Tutorial 1 5 (2 – 6 Feb) Chapter 2:DC Machines(cont). Performance, equivalent of DC Machines. DC Machine Excitation Methods. Lab 3: DC Series Motor

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Teaching Planning (cont) Study Week Course ContentLab / Tutorial 6 (9 – 13 Feb) Chapter 3:AC Machines – Induction Motors. Introduction, construction & basic concepts. Equivalent Circuit of Three Phase Induction Motor. Performance Calculation. Power and Torque.Torque-Speed Characteristics. Tutorial 2 7 (16 – 20 Feb) Chapter 3:AC Machines – Sychronous Motors. Introduction, Construction of Synchronous Motors. Equivalent Circuit of Synchronous Motor. Lab 4: Three Phase AC Induction Motor 8 (23 – 27 Feb) Chapter 4:AC and DC Meters. Measurements in AC and DC. Tutorial 3 9 (2 – 6 Mac) Chapter 4:AC and DC Meters(cont). Applications of DC Meter Applications of AC Meters Lab 5: D’Arsonval Galvanometer 10 (9 – 13 Mac) Chapter 4:AC and DC Meters(cont). D’Arsonval Galvanometer Tutorial 4 11 (16 – 20 Mac) Chapter 5:AC and DC Bridge. Design and Principle of DC Bridge. Lab 6: The Voltmeter Design

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Teaching Planning (cont) Study Week Course ContentLab / Tutorial 12 (23 – 27 Mac) Chapter 5:AC and DC Bridge(cont). Applications of DC Bridge. Types of DC Bridge Lab 7: The Wheatstone Bridges 13 (30 Mac – 3 Apr) Chapter 6:Sensors and Transducers. Introduction to Sensors and Transducers. Tutorial 5 14 (6 – 10 Apr) Chapter 6:Sensors and Transducers(cont). Different Types of Transducers. Tutorial 6 **Clearer Microsoft Word version can be downloaded from portal.

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