Applied Integrated Electrical Mathematics IISKMA 112
Prerequisite: SKMA111. Develops further competency in the application of mathematics principles to electrical circuit configurations including DC and AC circuit applications. Includes trigonometry as applied to electrical-circuit theory and non-mathematical theory related to electricity and electronics. (45-0)
Outcomes and Objectives
Understand electrical circuit parameters and associated circuit configurations as they pertain to DC and AC.
- Study and demonstrate electrical vocabulary.
- Use mathematics to solve wire size, AC ohms Law, AC waveform evaluation, vector and phasors, and inductance.
- Solve all parameters in a series circuit.
- Solve all parameters in a parallel circuit.
- Solve all parameters in a series-parallel combination.
- Troubleshoot mathematical inaccuracies in series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits.
When given an electronic circuit schematic, convert the circuit into an equivalent circuit and analyze different application.
- Mathematically apply trigonometric formulas to AC circuits.
- Use right angle mathematics in AC circuit solutions.
- Construct a voltage divider.
- Build and measure a Wheatstone Bridge.
- Mathematically calculate Power Factor in AC circuit configurations.
- Calculate the reactive nature of inductive circuits having various values of L in different circuit configurations.
Construct electronic circuits for laboratory verification.
- Determine and construct a series circuit and verify with test equipment circuit parameters with AC and DC voltage.
- Determine, construct and measure all parameters for parallel circuit with AC and DC voltage.
- Determine, construct and measure all parameters for series-parallel circuit with AC voltage.
- Determine, construct and measure all parameters for a given Ohms Law and Watts Law circuit with AC voltage.