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# INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA

COURSE OUTLINE

Kulliyyah Engineering

Status Core

Level 2

Credit Hours 3

## Pre-requisites ECE 1131

(if any)
Co-requisites
(if any)
Instructional Lecture
Strategies

Course
Assessment LO Method %
1,2,3,4,5,6,7 Quiz 20
1,2,3,4,5,6,7 Assignments 10
1,2,3 Mid-term Examination 30
2,3,4,5,6,7 Final Examination 40

## Semester Every Semester

Offered
Course Synopsis Fundamentals of electricity, magnetism and mechanics. DC generators.
DC motors. Efficiency of electrical machines. Electric power. Three-phase
systems. Ideal and practical transformers. Three-phase transformers and
phase transformations. Three-phase induction motors. Synchronous
generator and synchronous motors. Single phase motor. Stepper motor.
Industrial motor control.

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The objectives of this course are to:
Course 1. Introduce students to basic concepts of static and dynamic electric
Objectives machines using circuit theory.
2. Expose students to the characteristics of electrical machines and
different modes of operation and applications.
3. Familiarize students to three phase systems and machines.
4. Introduce students to basic elements of motor control.

## Learning Upon completion of the course students will be able to:

Outcomes 1. Explain operating principle of static and dynamic electrical machines.
2. Analyze the performance of dc electric motors and generators.
3. Analyze the performance of single phase electric motors and
generators.
4. Analyze the performance of three phase electric motors and
generators.
5. Analyze the performance of single phase and three phase transformer.
6. Explain principles of motor control.
7. Select motors, generators and transformers for various applications.

Content Outlines

1, 2 Fundamentals of Electricity, Magnetism and Mechanics: Chapter 2,3
Sinusoidal voltage and effective value. Phasor representation,
energy in inductors and capacitors. B-H curves. Hysteresis and
Eddy current losses, Faradays law of electromagnetic
induction, Lorentz force. Force, torque, work, and power.

2, 3 Generators: Chapter 4
AC and DC generator. Induced voltage. Energy conversion.
Armature reaction. Commutation. Shunt and compound
4 DC Motors: Chapter 5
Counter electromotive force. Motor acceleration and speed
control. Shunt, series and compound motors. Dynamic
braking.

## 5 Efficiency of Electric Machines: Chapters 6,7

Mechanical and electrical losses. Efficiency curve.
Temperature rise. Life expectancy of electrical equipments.
Electric Power:
Average and instantaneous power. Real, reactive and apparent
power. Complex power. Power-factor.

## 6 Three-Phase Systems: Chapter 8

Poly-phase generators. Star and delta connections. Balanced

## 7,8 Electric Transformers: Chapters 9,

Transformer action, Effect of imperfect core and coupling. 10, 11, 12
Primary and secondary leakage reactance. Losses. Equivalent
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circuit. Voltage regulation. Auto transformer. Current
transformer. Three phase transformer. Transformer
connections, Phase transformations.

## 9,10 Three Phase Induction Motors Chapters

Squirrel Cage and wound type rotors. Rotating field. 13, 14, 15
Synchronous Speed. Starting characteristics. Slip. Load
characteristics. Locked rotor characteristics. Torque and speed.
Selection and application of three phase induction motor.
Equivalent circuit of induction motor. Linear induction motor.
Magnetic levitation.

## 10,11 Synchronous Generators and Synchronous Motors: Chapter 16, 17

Non-Salient pole synchronous generators, Equivalent circuit.
Phasor diagram, power relations, Salient pole generators.
Power transfer between two sources. Machine construction,
starting synchronous motors, torque, effects of changing loads
and excitation, V-curves, synchronous condensers.
12 Single Phase Motor Chapter 18
Construction. Synchronous speed. Torque-speed
characteristics. Resistance split-phase motor. Capacitor-start
and Capacitor-run motor. Universal motor. Hysteresis Motor.
Reluctance Motor.

## 13 Stepper Motor Chapter 19

Construction. Torque and current characteristics. Start stop
stepping rate. Type of steeper motor. High-speed operation.

## 14 Industrial Motor Control Chapter 20

Control devices. Control diagrams. Starting methods.

References Required:
Wildi, T., (2006). Electrical Machines, Drives and Power Systems, (6th ed.),
Prentice Hall.

Recommended:
Chapman, S.J., (1999). Electrical Machinery Fundamentals, (3rd ed.), McGraw-
Hill.

Bhag, G.S., & Huseyin, H.R., (2001). Electric Machinery and Transformers, (3rd
ed.), Oxford University Press.

## Charles, H.I., (2002). Electric Machines- Theory, Operations, Applications,

Adjustments and Control, (2nd ed.), Prentice Hall.
Proposed Semester I, 2006-2007
Start Date
(Semester)
Batch of
Students to
be
Affected

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Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by:

## __________________ _____________________ _____________________

( Fadzilah bt. Zainudin) (Assoc. Prof Dr. Md. Raisuddin Khan) (Prof. Ahmad Faris Ismail)

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Course Assessment Matrix: MCT 2231

Outcome 10

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Outcome 12

Outcome 13
Outcome 1

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Outcome 3

Outcome 4

Outcome 5

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Outcome 9
Course Learning Outcomes

## 1. Explain operating principle of static and dynamic electrical

machines. 3 1 3 3 2 1 2

## 2. Analyze the performance of dc electric motors and

generators. 3 2 3 3 2 1

## 3. Analyze the performance of single phase electric motors and

generators. 3 2 3 3 2 1

## 4. Analyze the performance of three phase electric motors and

generators. 3 2 3 3 2 1

## 5. Analyze the performance of single phase and three phase

transformer. 3 2 3 3 2 1

## 6. Explain principles of motor control.

2 1 3 3 2
7. Select motors, generators and transformers for various
applications 3 1 3 3 3 3 2

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The educational outcomes of the programmes conducted by the Kulliyyah are as follows:

1. The ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals.
2. To have acquired a broad based education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
3. The ability to have in-depth understanding and technical competency in relevant engineering.
4. The ability to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution.
5. The ability to design a system, component, or process for operational performance.
6. The ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
7. The ability to understand the principles of sustainable design and development.
8. The ability to effectively communicate orally, in writing and using multimedia tools.
9. The ability to function effectively as an individual and in group with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member.
10. The ability to recognize the need for life long learning and possess the ability to pursue independent learning for professional development.
11. The ability to understand the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of a professional engineer, and the need for sustainable
development.
12. The ability to understand and commit to professional and ethical responsibilities.
13. The ability to understand the expectations of an engineer who practices in an industrial or governmental organization.