Module Details for the Academic Year 2018/2019

EEEN20090 Electrical Energy Systems

Single-phase AC circuit analysis using phasors. Power, power factor and power factor correction. Basic concepts of magnetic circuits and energy conversion. Basic concepts of three-phase systems; Development of the equivalent circuit of a power transformer and its applications; Development of the equivalent circuit of the induction and synchronous machines and its applications in energy conversion; Power system structure, function and operation.

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An ability to analyse AC electric circuits with basic components of inductance, capacitance and resistance using the phasor method; An ability to understand mathematical models for devices where iron forms part or all of the circuit; An ability to develop circuit models for the basic devices including transformers, induction machines and synchronous machines. An understanding of the operation of basic power systems. 
Item Workload
Lectures

30

Laboratories

12

Autonomous Student Learning

64

Total

106

Description % of Final Grade Timing
Class Test: Class quizzes

20

Varies over the Semester
Examination: Final exam

60

2 hour End of Semester Exam
Lab Report: Laboratory reports

20

Varies over the Semester

Compensation

This module is not passable by compensation

Resit Opportunities

End of Semester Exam

Remediation

If you fail this module you may repeat, resit or substitute where permissible

Module Requisites and Incompatibles

Equivalent Modules

Electrical Engineering (EEEN20080), Electrical Engineering (ELEN20010)

Prior Learning

Requirements:
Ability to analyse dc and ac circuits. EEEN20020 or equivalent
Curricular information is subject to change