MIEE2110 - Electrical Technology
MIEE2110 Electrical Technology 3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites PHYS1200
Goal To provide the student with the practical knowledge of electrical principles reinforced by basic foundation of electrical technology.
This course should enable the student to:

  1. Understand the basic laws and principles that embody the subject of electricity.
  2. Have a working knowledge of the instrumentation and electrical machines.
  3. Grasp the techniques of electrical measurements and know the range and limitations of measuring instruments.
  4. Realize the interfere with the system or the electrical variable being measured.
  5. Know the principle of operation of various types of electrical transducers.
A student who satisfactorily complete the course should be able to:

  1. Get acquainted with the principle of operation and construction of cathode ray oscilloscope.
  2. Use cathode ray oscilloscope as a multipurpose instrument to measure various electrical quantities such as current, voltage, frequency, and phase.
  3. Identify various types of electrical transducers and able to use them in industrial control systems.
  4. Recognize the advantage of poly-phase system over singlephase systems.
  5. Use skillfully the delta-star connection.
  6. Comprehend the principles and operation of a single and three phase transformer.
  7. Perform testing of transformers.
  8. Handle three phases to twophase conversion and vice versa.
  9. Aware of the principles and the construction of D.C machines.
  10. Relate the electromotive force (E.M.F) with simple armature windings.
  11. Realize the armature reaction and commutation.