CRN# 22679 ECET 211 Electric Machines and Controls
3:00-4:15 PM, Monday & Wednesday in Room KT G49

Spring 2017

Paul I. Lin,
Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology
Professional Engieer (States of IN and CA)

 

Class Materials/Activities
Date
January 9, 2017: Grading Policy: Three Exams - 30%, Quizzes - 30%, Course Project - 10%, Final Exam - 25%, Class Participation/Engagement - 5%
April 17, Grading Policy:
(Option 1) Three Exams - 30%, Quizzes - 30%, Course Project (10%), Final Exam 25%, Class Participation  - 5%
(Option 2) Three Exams - 32%, Quizzes - 30%, Course Project (3% for project idea already started, submit your draft proposal/idea), Final Exam 30%, Class Participation  - 5%
(Option 3) Three Exams - 32%, Quizzes - 33%, Course Project (0%), Final Exam 30%, Class Participation  - 5%

Week 1: Jan. 9 - Intro to the course, Review of Basic Electric Circuits; Jan. 11 - Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution; Video Demo; Hw 1; Week 2: Jan. 16 (No class), Jan. 18. Ch 1. Electrical Safety; Week 3: Jan. 23 - Ch2. Understadning Electrical Drawings: Part 1. Symbols, Abbreviations, and Ladder Diagam; Week 4: Jan. 30, Ch 2. Part 1 & Part 2; Feb1. Ch 2 Part 3 & Part 4 (Quiz 1); Week 5: Feb. 6 Ch 2 Part 4 & 5; Feb. 8 Ch 3; Week 6: Feb. 13 Ch 3; Feb. 15 - Exam 1; Week 7: Feb. 20/22 - Ch 4; Week 8: Feb. 27 - Ch 4, Mar. 1 - Ch 5 & Quiz 2; Week 9: Spring Break; Week 10: Mar. 13 & 15 - Ch 5; Week 11: Mar. 20 & 22 - Ch 5; Week 12: Mar. 27 (Exam 2), March 29 (Ch 5); Week 13: April 3 & 5 (Ch 5, Ch 6)
Week 14: April 10 (Ch 7), April 12 (Quiz 3)
Week 15: April 17 (Ch 7), April 19 (Ch 8, Exam 3)
Week 16: April 24 (Ch 8), April 26 (Ch 9, 10)
Exams, Quizzes, Final Project Announcement **Final Exam, May 5, Friday 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (Comprehensive)
2017 Spring IPFW Final Exam Schedules, http://new.ipfw.edu/academics/finals/
**Exam 3 - (covering Ch 6, Ch 7) is scheduled on April 19
**Quiz 3 - is scheduled on April 12 covers Ch 5 (parts 6,7, and 8), Ch 6
**Exam 2 - Scheduled on Monday, March 27, Covering  Ch 3 (Parts 2 & 3), Ch 4, Ch 5 (Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5)
* Quiz 2 - Scheduled on March 1, from 3:45 pm-4:15 pm (Closed books/notes); covers Text book Ch 3 Part 2 Transformer Principles, Part 3 Tranformer connections and systems; Chapter 4 Parts, 1, 2, and 3.
Exam 1 - Scheduled on Feb. 13 (originally scheduled on Feb. 8) - 50 minutes; covers Ch 1, Ch 2, and Part 1 of Ch. 3.
Quiz 1 scheduled on Feb. 1, from 3:45pm to 4:15 pm (Closed books/notes); covers Text book. Ch 1, Ch 2 (part 1); Lecture notes, and Hw 1. Total 16 questions, 4 points per question.
Homework Assignments
Read - Hw 4: Ch 5 Electric Motors, Feb. 27 to Mar. 15
Read - Hw 3: Ch 4 Sensors an Actuators
Read - Hw 2: Ch 1 & Ch 2 Review questions, Jan. 25 to Feb 2
Read - Hw 1: Review of Basic Electric Circuits, Hw period Jan. 18 to 25, No Turn-in is required; we will review the questions and answe; and use similar questions in Quiz 1.

Reading Assignments:

Read Ch 3

Lab Demos & Illustration Activities 

1. Electric power/energy conversion video & demo: Hydroelectric power, Tennessee Valley Authority: How Power Electricpower Works, Pump Storage Plant, Coal-Fire Power Plant
2. I&M Power Company eductional activities, https://www.indianamichiganpower.com/info/educational/
** Fundamentals of Electricity: I&M (Generation, Delivery, Rates & Calculations, Basics, Safety, Circtuit):
** The Anatomy of an Electric System, 23 minute video,https://www.indianamichiganpower.com/safety/HowElectricityWorks/Anatomy.aspx
** Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) Rates, http://www.in.gov/oucc/2680.htm
3. Arc Flash Safety - Salisbury by Honeywell , 28:32 minutes video,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZ69r-x-xSM
* Video Demos from the book "Intro to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems," 4th Edition
** OTIS Elevator
Other Tools MATLAB, www.mathworks.com
National Instrument's Multisim, http://www.ni.com/multisim/
The Engineering ToolBox, http://engineeringtoolbox.com
*GNU Octave (Open Source, similar to MATLAB), http://www.gnu.org/software/octave/
*Scilab (http://www.scilab.org/), Open source software for numerical computation
References Plant Engineering Magazine, http://www.plantengineering.com/magazine.html
Energy Storage System Project, Sandia National Laboratories
Lessons Learned from the Development of a 270 MegaWatts Compressed Energy Storage Project in Midwest ISO, Jan. 2012,
SAND2012-0388.
Basic Electrical Laws & Circuit Theory
* Circuit*Magnetic.com
* Ohm's law calculator

Electrical Standards, Safety and Codes

* International Systems of Units, National Institute of Standards and Technology
* National Electrical Codes (NFPA)
* Electrical Safety: Safety and Health for Electrical Trade Student Manual
* U.S. Dept. of Labor, OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration): Electrical Safety & Standards
Software
*MATLAB from Mathworks, http://www.mathworks.com/
*GNU Octave (Open Source, similar to MATLAB), http://www.gnu.org/software/octave/
*Scilab (http://www.scilab.org/), Open source software for numerical computation
Online Calculator
MARTINDALES's Electrical/Electronics Calculators
Motor, Indutrial & Power Systems
* GE Industrial Systems
* Electric Motor: TECO Induction Motor, Baldor Electric Co
* Power Factor Correction: GALCO Industrial Electronic - ABB Control, Power Capcitors Limited, Cos Phi Inc, Power Systems & Control Inc (Synchronous Condensor), LM Photonics Ltd (Power Factor Correction Calculation)
* Electrical Power System: Belyea Company, Bowers Generator Systems, AC PowerPAC,
Transformers:
* Power transformers, Step-up transformers, Step-down transformers, Auto transformers, Current transformers, Rckwell-Automation CT, Potential (Volatge) transformers, ABB Instrument transformers, Control transformers,
Isolation transformers

 

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