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Utilization of Electrical Energy

  • Course Code :
    EPR 513
  • Level :
    Undergraduate
  • Course Hours :
    3.00 Hours
  • Department :
    Department of Electrical Engineering

Instructor information :

Area of Study :

· Develop the students’ knowledge about different applications of electrical energy utilization including illumination schemes, electric traction, electric heating, electric welding. · Develop the students’ skills for lighting schemes’ design. · Prepare students to analyze, choose, and evaluate the electric traction systems. · Prepare students to analyze and evaluate the different modes of electrical heating and electrical welding. · Train students to use commercial software packages for the design of lighting schemes.

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Utilization of Electrical Energy

Electrical traction systems, Mechanical and electrical characteristics, Speed curves, Operations during electrical traction, Electrical traction motors, Modern control of traction motors. Illumination: Artificial illumination requirements and characteristics, Standard specifications, Types of lamps and luminaries, Illumination curves, Installation of lamps, Luminaries and connections, gas filled lamp ignition. Electric heating: Resistance wires, Electric furnaces, Dielectric heating. Electric welding of metals: Welding transformers and generators, Arc welding, Spot welding. Electrolytic processes: Metal coating. Electric transportation: Cranes and hoists, Elevators and conveyor belts.

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Course outcomes:

a. Knowledge and Understanding:

1- Outline concepts and applications of electrical energy utilization.
2- Describe the characteristics of artificial illumination.
3- Explain different types of traction systems and their applications.
4- Describe methods of electric heating and their applications.
5- Demonstrate methods of electric welding and their applications.

b. Intellectual Skills:

1- Design lighting schemes for several applications.
2- Analyze the performance of different traction systems.
3- Examine the effect of the different heat transfer modes in different mediums.

c. Professional and Practical Skills:

1- Evaluate the performance of different electrical lighting systems with respect to Egyptian code.
2- Apply DIALux for the design of lighting schemes
3- Write technical reports in accordance with standard scientific guidelines.

d. General and Transferable Skills:

1- Communicate effectively.


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Course topics and contents:

Topic No. of hours Lecture Tutorial/Practical
Illumination: Artificial illumination requirements and characteristics 10 6 4
Types of lamps and luminaries 10 6 4
Design of lighting schemes - DIALux 15 9 6
Electrical traction systems 15 9 6
Applications for different traction systems 5 3 2
Electrical heating: Resistance wires 5 3 2
Electric furnaces, dielectric heating
Electrical welding of metals
Arc welding

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Teaching And Learning Methodologies:

Teaching and learning methods
Interactive Lecture
Discussion
Problem-based Learning
Report

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Course Assessment :

Methods of assessment Relative weight % Week No. Assess What
Computer Assignment 10.00
Final Exam 40.00
Mid- Exam 1I 15.00
Mid- Exam I 15.00 to assess the performance of students during the course
Participation 10.00
Quizzes 10.00

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