Electrical Machines for Electrical Engineering

Electrical Machines for Electrical Engineering

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Overview

The Electrical Machines for Electrical Engineering is the best way for you to gain deep insight and knowledge of this topic. You will learn from industry experts and obtain an accredited certificate after completing the course. Enrol now for a limited-time discounted price.

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Course design

The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.

You are taught through a combination of

  • Video lessons
  • Online study materials

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Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised certification and you can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at a cost of £9 and Hard Copy Certificate for £15.

Why study this course

Whether you’re an existing practitioner or aspiring professional, this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with key skills and an accredited qualification attesting to your knowledge.

The Electrical Machines for Electrical Engineering is open to all, with no formal entry requirements. All you need is a passion for learning, a good understanding of the English language, numeracy and IT, and to be over the age of 16.

Course Curriculum

Unit 1: Introduction to Electric Machines
Module 1- Introduction to Electric Machines 00:03:00
Module 2- Types of Electric Machines and Principle of Electrical Generation 00:09:00
Unit 2: DC Machines
Module 1- Importance and Construction of DC Machines 00:26:00
Module 2- Armature Winding and EMF Equation 00:40:00
Module 3-Solved Example 1 00:05:00
Module 4-Solved Example 2 00:04:00
Module 5-Solved Example 3 00:07:00
Module 6-Solved Example 4 00:06:00
Module 7-Separately Excited DC Machine 00:21:00
Module 8-Shunt and Series DC Machines 00:25:00
Module 9-Solved Example 1 on Separately Excited DC Machine 00:07:00
Module 10-Solved Example 2 on Separately Excited DC Machine 00:07:00
Module 11-Solved Example 3 on Shunt Generator 00:04:00
Module 12-Solved Example 4 on Shunt Generator 00:07:00
Module 13-Solved Example 5 on Series DC Generator 00:06:00
Module 14-Types and Applications of Compound DC Motors 00:07:00
Module 15- Torque-Speed Characteristics and Speed Control of Separately Excited DC Motor 00:33:00
Module 16- Torque-Speed Characteristics of Series DC Motor 00:08:00
Module 17-Solved Example 1 on Speed Control 00:08:00
Module 18-Solved Example 2 on Speed Control 00:06:00
Module 19- Starting of DC Machine 00:14:00
Module 20- Armature Reaction in DC Machines 00:10:00
Module 21-Losses in DC Machines 00:04:00
Unit 3: Construction of Transformers
Module 1- What is a Transformer 00:02:00
Module 2- Importance of Transformer 00:04:00
Module 3-Iron Core of Transformer 00:04:00
Module 4- Magnetic Circuit Inside Transformer 00:05:00
Module 5- Windings of Transformer 00:03:00
Module 6- Why are Windings Made of Copper 00:01:00
Module 7- Classification of Windings 00:05:00
Module 8- Insulating Material and Transformer Oil 00:02:00
Module 9- Conservator of Transformer 00:03:00
Module 10- Breather of Transformer 00:04:00
Module 11- Bushings of Transformer 00:04:00
Module 12- Tap Changer of Transformer 00:03:00
Module 13- Cooling Tubes of Transformer 00:01:00
Module 14- Buchholz Relay of Transformer 00:02:00
Module 15- Explosion Vent 00:02:00
Module 16- Methods of Cooling 00:03:00
Module 17-Types of Transformers 00:03:00
Module 18- Power Transformer and Distribution Transformer 00:05:00
Module 19- Single Phase Core Type Transformer 00:04:00
Module 20-Single Phase Shell Type Transformer 00:05:00
Module 21- 3 Phase Core Type 00:02:00
Module 22- 3 Phase Shell Type 00:01:00
Module 23- Comparison between Shell and Core CSA 00:01:00
Module 24- Comparison between Shell and Core Type 00:01:00
Module 25- Notes 00:03:00
Module 26-Video Explaining The Components in 3D and Real Life 00:05:00
Unit 4: Fundamentals of Magnetic Circuits
Module 1- Introduction to Magnetic Circuits 00:02:00
Module 2- Induced Emf and Current 00:04:00
Module 3- Ampere Right Hand Rule 00:04:00
Module 4- Magnetic Circuit and Important Definitions 00:06:00
Module 5- Linear and Non Linear Materials 00:03:00
Module 6-Flux Linkage and Reluctance 00:04:00
Module 7- Analogy between Electric and Magnetic Circuits 00:06:00
Module 8- Fringing Effect 00:02:00
Module 9- Example 1 Magnetic Circuits 00:07:00
Module 10- Example 2 00:03:00
Module 11- Example 3 00:06:00
Module 12- Application on Magnetic Circuit – Transformers 00:04:00
Unit 5: Theoretical Part on Transformers
Module 1- Introduction to Transformers 00:02:00
Module 2- Construction of Transformer 00:02:00
Module 3-Theory of Operation 00:04:00
Module 4- Ideal Transformer 00:05:00
Module 5-Non Ideal Transformer 00:02:00
Module 6- Effect of Loading on Transformer 00:03:00
Module 7- Transformer Regulation 00:03:00
Module 8- Transformer Losses 00:03:00
Module 9- Transformer Efficiency 00:05:00
Module 10- Transformer Rating 00:02:00
Module 11- Question 1 00:01:00
Module 12- Question 2 00:02:00
Module 13- Question 3 00:01:00
Module 14- Example 1 00:01:00
Module 15- Voltage Relation of Transformer 00:04:00
Module 16- Transformer Exact Equivalent Circuit 00:06:00
Module 17- Concept of Refereeing 00:04:00
Module 18- Approximate Equivalent Circuit 00:02:00
Unit 6: Synchronous Machines
Module 1- Construction and Principle of Operation of Synchronous Generator 00:29:00
Module 2- Principle of Operation of Synchronous Motor 00:24:00
Module 3- Equivalent Circuit and Phasor Diagram of Non Salient Synchronous Machine 00:29:00
Module 4-Solved Example 1 on Non Salient Machine 00:05:00
Module 5-Solved Example 2 on Non Salient Machine 00:11:00
Module 6-Solved Example 3 on Non Salient Machine 00:07:00
Module 7- Solved Example 4 on Non Salient Machine 00:04:00
Module 8-Solved Example 5 on Non Salient Machine 00:07:00
Module 9-Solved Example 6 on Non Salient Machine 00:03:00
Module 10- Equivalent Circuit and Phasor Diagram of Salient Synchronous Machine 00:39:00
Module 11-Solved Example 1 on Salient Machine 00:09:00
Module 12- Solved Example 2 on Salient Machine 00:05:00
Module 13-Solved Example 3 on Salient Machine 00:10:00
Module 14- Parallel Operation of Two Generators 00:17:00
Module 15- Synchronization of Machine with Grid 00:10:00
Unit 7: Induction Machines
Module 1- Construction and Theory of Operation of Induction Machines 00:27:00
Module 2- Equivalent Circuit and Power Flow in Induction Motor 00:23:00
Module 3- Torque-Speed Characteristics of Induction Motor 00:20:00
Module 4- Solved Example 1 on Induction Motor 00:08:00
Module 5-Solved Example 2 on Induction Motor 00:06:00
Module 6-Solved Example 3 on Induction Motor 00:06:00
Module 7-Solved Example 4 on Induction Motor 00:18:00
Module 8-Solved Example 5 on Induction Motor 00:13:00
Module 9- Methods of Speed Control of Induction Motor 00:27:00
Module 10- Methods of Starting of Induction Motor 00:21:00
Module 11-Solved Example on Motor Starter 00:15:00
Module 12- Principle of Operation of Doubly Fed Induction Generator 00:11:00
Module 13-Self Excited Induction Generator 00:08:00
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