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Mathematics to second year undergraduate level to include complex number theory, ordinary differential equations linear, non-linear 1st order and linear 2nd order homogenous with constant coefficients.
Electricity at first year undergraduate level to include basic theory and circuit analysis i.e. Kirchoff’s Laws, Ohm’s Law, Faraday’s law, Thevenin equivalent circuits, single-phase and dc circuit analysis.
This module provides students with detailed knowledge of the operation of electrical machines, an understanding of their design methodologies and experience of using analytical methods in performance analysis. Students will gain an appreciation of the wide and diverse role in which electrical machines and power electronic systems are used; an understanding of design methods for electro-mechanical system design; and an understanding of the mathematical algorithms upon which such tools computer simulation methods are based.
The module covers single-phase, multi-phase, DC and super-conducting machines and will include electro-magnetic and permanent magnet, field windings and reluctance designs. The power electronic drives section of the module covers variable speed drives and power conversion equipment.
The module strives to keep abreast of the state of the art and provide students with the tools to understand these and appreciate advances in technology and control that are influencing future designs. Students are exposed to the benefits of various electrical machine arrangements electric drive systems as being used in transport which is used as part of their group project work in other modules, or in ships the recent growth in electrical propulsion.
Topics covered in this module include:
Power Electronic Drives
Upon completion of this module students will be able to:
This module is taught through: