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Applied Electricity II

SKET 107

Applied Electricity II

SKET 107

Course Description

Prerequisite: SKET 106 or permission of Technical, Trades, and Manufacturing Division Office. Furthers the study of electrical applications. Provides an in-depth study of frequency, peak-effective-average voltage, inductance, capacitance, three phase power, resistive circuits, coils, capacitors, lost power, and power factor correction. (30-0)

Outcomes and Objectives

Identify relationships in an electrical circuit.

Objectives:

  • Identify AC relationships in a circuit that contains resistors.
  • Calculate values of an inductor when connected to a resistive or reactive circuit.
  • Calculate values of a capacitor when connected to a resistive or reactive circuit.
  • Calculate a series RL circuit.
  • Calculate a parallel RL circuit.
  • Calculate a series RC circuit.
  • Calculate a parallel RC circuit.
  • Calculate a series RLC circuit.
  • Calculate a parallel RLC circuit.
  • Calculate impedance.

Apply various AC principles to an electrical circuit.

Objectives:

  • Identify/connect the coils of various transformers.
  • Identify/connect the coils of various motors.
  • Identify/connect various controls circuits that have inductors or capacitors.
  • Using given or measured values, calculate lost power.
  • Identify real world implications/applications of harmonic frequencies.

Identify and apply electrical meter to solve real world problems.

Objectives:

  • Identify safety considerations when using a meter or tester.
  • Measure supply voltages.
  • Measure load voltages.
  • Measure specific voltages in various parts of a circuit.
  • Measure three phase voltage/amperes.
  • Determine resistances with a volt-ohm-meter.
  • Measure DC voltages to analyze a circuit.
  • Measure AC voltages to analyze a circuit.