|title ||Utilization of Electrical Energy|
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|prequisites ||EE441 |
|credit hours ||3|
|Description/Outcomes ||Concepts and theories of mathematics and sciences, appropriate to the discipline. Quality assurance systems, codes of practice and standards, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.|
|arabic Description/Outcomes |
|objectives ||This course provides a through coverage of the major utilization loads, other than drives. The course also covers one of the most important aspects of utilization: electrical safety. |
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|ref. books ||IES Lighting Hand book, “ Illumination Engineering Society”, New york. C.J.Erickson, “Hand book of elec. Heating for industry”, IEEE, 1994. IEEE “Recommended practice for emergency & Standby power systems”, USA, 1987.|
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|textbook ||Lecturer Notes.|
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|course file ||
||Terms used in illumination and laws of illumination.
||Polar curves and photometry.
||Design of illumination schemes.
||The arc furnaces and electric welding.
||Comparison between AC and DC welding.
||7th week exam + Ideal traction system.
||Train movement and energy consumption.
||Electric traction motors.
||Control of traction motors.
||12th week exam + Calculation of current required for depositing a metal.
||Air conditioning conditioning.
||Electric safety engineering.