Applied Integrated Electrical Math IIISKMA 113
Prerequisite: SKMA 112. This course is the third in a series of electrical mathematics and circuit analysis intended to give an electrical apprentice the necessary background to maintain and service industrial control equipment. It will include a study of capacitance, capacitive reactance, vectors, phasers. series AC circuits, power factor and three-phase systems. Trigonometry and pythagorean mathematics will be used in the computation of the phase relationships of the various quantities studied. (45)
Outcomes and Objectives
Understand electrical circuit parameters and associated circuit configurations as they pertain to AC capacitive circuits.
- Study and demonstrate electrical vocabulary.
- Use mathematics to solve circuit parameters in capacitors.
- 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 containing capacitors, inductors and resistance.
- Use right angle mathematics in AC circuit solutions.
- Determine phase shift and its effect on voltage and current.
- Determine resonance for a circuit configuration.
- Mathematically calculate Power Factor in AC circuit configurations.
- Calculate the reactive nature of capacitive circuits having various values of C in different circuit configurations.
- Calculate the voltage, current and KVA rating a Delta and Wye transformer connection.
Construct electronic circuits for laboratory verification.
- Determine, construct and measure a series resonance circuit and verify with test equipment circuit parameters with AC voltage.
- Determine, construct and measure a parallel resonance circuit and verify with test equipment circuit parameters with AC voltage.