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EFS8AA

Introduction into Electrical Engineering

ECTS Credits: 2

Duration: 21 h + 3 h Dept + 3 h RTE

Semester: S8

Person(s) in charge:

Gérard Vinsard & Stéphane Dufour, Associate professors, gerard.vinsard@univ-lorraine.fr, stephane.dufour@univ-lorraine.fr 

Keywords: Electrical conversion, Electromechanical conversion

Prerequisites: Initial concepts of electrical circuits and electromagnetism

Objective:

Describe the principle of the various devices of electrical engineering and how they interact.

Program and Contents:

  • One-phase and three-phase electrical circuits ;

  • Electrical networks, initial concepts ;

  • Transformation of electric energy by steady-state converters : transformers, rectifiers, power inverters and choppers ;

  • Electromagnetic converters : synchronous motors and alternators, induction motors, reluctance motors, DC machines ;

  • Case study of induction heating ;

  • Devices studied in class are set into operation at the National school of electrical and mechanical engineering (ENSEM)

  • Electrical networks, advanced concepts - visit of the dispatching of East France, by Benjamin Lévy - RTE.

Abilities: 

Levels

Description and operational verbs

Know 

The usual electrical engineering devices

Understand 

The conversion of electrical and electromechanical energies

Apply 

The science's modelling tools

Analyse 

A series of converters accomplishing a specified task

Summarise

Identify the components responsible for a specific function in any given electrical circuit

Assess

Different solutions possible for implementing several specific functions

Evaluation:

  • Written test
  • Continuous Control
  • Oral report
  • Project
  • Written report
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