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# Book Detail: Electrical Engineering (Dairy Technology)

Electrical engineering is an engineering discipline concerned with the study, design and application of equipment, devices and systems which use electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism.

Language: English Pages: 190

Author: Prashant S. Minz

Price: Free ## Course Outline of Electrical Engineering

Module 1: Alternating and direct current: Fundamentals
Lesson 1. Introduction to circuits
Lesson 2. Electromagnetic induction and magnitude of induced e.m.f.-I
Lesson 3. Electromagnetic induction and magnitude of induced e.m.f.-II
Lesson 4. Fundamentals of alternating current
Lesson 5. Phase relations and vector representation

Module 2: A.C. series and parallel circuits
Lesson 6. A.C. series and parallel circuits
Lesson 7. Concept of resonance
Lesson 8. Polyphase alternating current circuits
Lesson 9. Star delta transformation

Module 3: Transformers
Lesson 10. Transformer theory-I
Lesson 11. Transformer theory-II
Lesson 12. Vector diagram and losses
Lesson 13. Voltage regulation and efficiency of transformer

Module 4: Alternators
Lesson 14. Construction and types of alternators
Lesson 15. Principles of alternators
Lesson 16. E.M.F. in alternators, circuit breakers

Module 5: Induction motors
Lesson 17. Construction of induction motors
Lesson 18. Principle of induction motors
Lesson 19. Single phase induction motor
Lesson 20. Performance characteristics of induction motors
Lesson 21. Starting and speed control of induction motor

Module 6: D.C. Machines
Lesson 22. Construction and principle of D.C. generator
Lesson 23. Types and characteristics of D.C. generators
Lesson 24. Types and characteristics of D.C. motors-I
Lesson 25. Types and characteristics of D.C. motors-II
Lesson 26. Starting and speed control of D.C. motors

Module 7: Electrical measuring instruments
Lesson 27. Characteristics of measuring instruments
Lesson 28. Classification of instruments
Lesson 29. Principles of electrical measurement system
Lesson 30. Energy measurement

Module 8: Electrical Power economics
Lesson 31. Maximum demand charge
Lesson 32. Load factor and power factor correction

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