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Electrical Machines - ELEC 137

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Course Description

This course is a study of the theory of operation, control, performance, and characteristics of induction motors and their associated starting methods, synchronous motors, generators, variable speed drives and DC machines.  You will learn about the construction and operating characteristics of DC machines, synchronous generators and motors, alternators, three-phase induction motors, soft-starts, drives and their use in various industrial applications. This course has a practical lab component where you will apply the knowledge learnt in the classroom.

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  • ELEC 136



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