Course Details

Course Title: DC Machines and Motor Controls

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Code: ELEC1323P

Admit Term: 2018 Fall 1184

Credits: 5


This course studies the fundamental principles behind electromagnetic machines and apparatus. Course emphasis is on DC motors and generators and their associated control systems, covering such topics as: magnetic field theory, electromotive force, physics of moving systems, torque, speed control and regulation, output power, starting methods, DC Drives, electro-mechanical control devices, and interpreting schematic diagrams.

Prerequisite(s) for this course

  • ELEC1230 - AC Electrical Circuits AND
  • MATH1231 - Mathematics II for Technicians and Technologists

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