ECE 51012 - Electromechanics

Lecture Hours: 3 Credits: 3

Counts as:
EE Advanced Selective
CMPE Special Content Elective

Normally Offered: Each Spring

Requisites:
(ECE 20002 or ECE 20200) and PHYS 27200

Requisites by Topic:
Basic circuit analysis; elementary electromagnetics; elementary mechanics.

Catalog Description:
The general theory of electromechanical motion devices relating electric variables and electromagnetic forces. The basic concepts and operational behavior of dc, induction, brushless dc, and stepper motors used in control applications are presented.

Supplementary Information:
May not receive credit in this course and ECE 32100.

Required Text(s):
  1. Electromechanical Motion Devices, 2nd Edition, P. C. Krause and Oleg Wasynczuk, Pekarek, IEEE/Wiley, 2012, ISBN No. 978-1118296127.
  2. Lecture Handouts, S.D. Sudhoff, Boiler Copy Maker, Memorial Union.
Recommended Text(s):
  1. Techniques for Analysis and Design of Electromechanical Systems, draft monograph, S.D. Sudhoff, S.D. Pekarek.

Learning Outcomes:

A student who successfully fulfills the course requirements will have demonstrated:
  1. an ability to analyze/design electromagnetic circuits/devices. [1,2,6]
  2. an understanding of the concepts and principles of electromagnetic energy conversion. [1,2]
  3. an understanding of the concept of time-varying transformations in the analysis of time-varying systems. [1]
  4. an ability to analyze dc machines. [1,6]
  5. an understanding of converters for dc drives. [1,2]
  6. an ability to analyze brushless dc machines. [1,4,6]
  7. an ability to analyze induction machines. [1,6]

Lecture Outline:

Lectures Major Topics
6 Magnetic and coupled circuits
6 Electromechanical energy conversion
1 Exam 1
3 Stepper motors
4 DC machines
3 Converters for dc drives
1 Exam 2
5 Rotating MMF concepts
2 Reference Frame theory
5 Brushless DC motors
1 Transformers
1 Exam 3
6 Induction Machines

Engineering Design Content:

Establishment of Objectives and Criteria
Synthesis
Analysis
Testing

Engineering Design Consideration(s):

Economic
Environmental