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Electric Machines Laboratory (E C E 304) Syllabus
Course Learning Outcomes
    Course Learning Outcome
  • 1
    Students will be able to make high frequency measurements on coaxial transmission line networks using both pulse and steady-state sinusoidal techniques.
  • 2
    Students should be able to work with the four types of machines listed below and understand their electrical and mechanical properties
  • 3
    They will know how to used a microwave network analyzer.
  • 4
    Students should be able to do a better job of operating oscilloscopes and using them to gather and process electrical data
  • 5
    They will know how to measure impedances on transmission lines and design matching networks.
  • 6
    Students should be able to do a better job of writing lab reports and communicating technical information
  • 7
    They will know how to measure radiation patterns of microwave horns.
Electric Machines Laboratory
E C E 304 ( 1 Credits )
Terminal characteristics of electric machines, elements of speed control, voltage regulation, and applications in systems. Emphasis on the experimental approach to the solution of complex physical problems.
ECE 271; ECE 355 or con reg
College: College of Engineering
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There is an indiviual set of notes for each lab experiment. ECE 304 Course Notes

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Brief List of Topics to be Covered


1. Properties of DC Machines

2. Properties of Squirrel-Cage Induction Machines

3. Properties of Wound-Field Synchronous Machines

4. Properties of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines

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