ECE470_Syllabus - Boise State University

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Boise State University
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE 470 – Electric Machines
Spring 2016
Catalog Data: ECE 470 Electric Machines (3-0-3)(S). Magnetic materials and magnetic circuits.
Transformers. Principles of electromechanical energy conversion, energy and coenergy concepts,
forces and torques of electromagnetic origin. Introduction to rotating machines including synchronous and induction machines. PREREQ: ECE 212 and ECE 300.
Textbook:
[1] M.S. Sarma, Electric Machines – Steady-State Theory and Dynamic Performance, Second
Edition, Minneapolis/St. Paul: West Publishing Company, 1994.
Articles:
[2] L. P. Williams, “André-Marie Ampère,” Scientific American, pp. 90-97, January 1989.
[3] J. Douglas, “Advanced Motors Promise Top Performance,” IEEE Power Engineering Review,
pp. 7-10, November 1992.
Course Coordinator:
Dr. Said Ahmed-Zaid, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office: Room MEC202H, Phone: 426-4073, Fax: 426-2470
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: Tu-We-Th-Fr, 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Other hours by appointment.
Classroom: Room MEC309, We-Fr, 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
URL: http://coen.boisestate.edu/sahmedzaid/courses/ECE470
Goal: The goal of this course is to model electric machines using equivalent circuit representations and to
solve electric machine problems.
Prerequisites by Topic:
1. Basic circuit analysis (ECE 210)
2. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis (ECE 212)
3. Fourier Series (ECE 212)
4. Maxwell’s Equations in Integral Form (ECE 300)
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Topics:
1. Course Overview. (1 lecture)
2. Review of AC Circuits. (Chapters 1 and 2, 2 lectures)
3. Review of Maxwell’s Equations in Integral Form. (Notes, 2 lectures)
4. Magnetic Materials and Circuits. (Chapter 3, 4 lectures)
5. Transformers. (Chapter 4, 4 lectures)
6. Principles of Electromechanical Energy Conversion. (Chapter 5, 4 lectures)
7. Basics of Rotating AC Machines. (Chapter 6, 4 lectures)
8. Synchronous Machines. (Chapter 8, 3 lectures)
9. Induction Machines. (Chapter 7, 3 lectures)
Computer Usage:
• Homework will be assigned weekly. Some problems will involve writing short MATLAB
scripts.
• A short simulation project will utilize machine models from the SimPowerSystems toolbox or
Simulink models. Teamwork in groups of two students is allowed.
Grading Policy:
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Homework
Simulation Project
Three Hourly Exams
Final Exam
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