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Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University

Факультет прикладних інформаційних технологій та електроінженерії

Кафедра електричної інженерії

Electrical Machines

syllabus

Major 141 - Електроенергетика, електротехніка та електромеханіка (бакалавр)
Field of knowledge 14 Електрична інженерія
Academic degree bachelor's
Course
Course type required
special education
Study start course 3
Semesters 1
Form of education full-time
Study hours structure
54– lectures
18– practical classes
18– laboratory classes
Amount of hours for individual work 120
ECTS credits 7,0
Form of final examination exam
Lecturer
Academic degree Cand. Sc.
Academic title Assoc. Prof.
Full name Buniak Oleh
Prerequirements (prerequisite courses)
The theoretical basis for mastering the discipline are the mastered courses: "Higher Mathematics", "Physics", "Theoretical foundations of electrical engineering". 
Course goals and learning objectives
Course goals: To give students theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of electrical machines and transformers, their electrical and mechanical properties, energy and thermal processes that take place in their work.
Learning objectivess: to study the structure and principle of operation of certain types of electrical machines and transformers; the main elements of construction and materials from which they are made; electromagnetic processes and physical phenomena in electric machines; the physical essence of the parameters of electrical machines and transformers and their impact on the mode of operation, characteristics and energy performance; ways to start and adjust the speed of electric machines; features of operation of electric machines and transformers; mathematical models of electric machines and transformers of different levels. 
Course description
Lectures Topic 1. Fundamentals of the theory of electric machines
Topic 2. Single-phase transformer.
Topic 3. Features of transformers
Topic 4. Operation of the transformer under load.
Topic 5. External characteristics of transformers.
Topic 6. Transient modes of transformers.
Topic 7. Modes of operation of an asynchronous machine.
Topic 8. Working processes of asynchronous machines.
Topic 9. Schemes of replacement of an asynchronous machine.
Topic 10. Mechanical characteristics of an induction motor.
Topic 11. Performance characteristics of an induction motor.
Topic 12. Starting asynchronous motors.
Topic 13. Speed ​​control of induction motors.
Topic 14. Excitation systems for synchronous machines.
Topic 15. Basics of synchronous machine.
Topic 16. Characteristics of a synchronous generator.
Topic 17. Power loss and efficiency of a synchronous machine.
Topic 18. Parallel operation of generators.
Topic 19. Characteristics of a synchronous motor.
Topic 20. Asymmetric modes of operation of synchronous generators.
Topic 21. Modes of operation of the machine constant.
Topic 22. Anchor covers of DC machines.
Topic 23. The main electromagnetic relations of a DC machine.
Topic 24. Switching in DC machines.
Topic 25. Power losses of DC machines.
Topic 26. Characteristics of DC generators.
Topic 27. Characteristics of DC motors.
Practical classes Topic 1. Transformers.
Topic 2. Asynchronous machines.
Topic 3. Synchronous machines.
Topic 4. DC machines.
Laboratory classes Laboratory 1. Investigation of power two-winding transformer by idling and short circuit.
Laboratory 2. Research of three-phase induction motor by direct loading method.
Laboratory 3. Research of three-phase synchronous generator.
Laboratory 4. Research of three-phase synchronous generator.
Assessment criteria
Assessment by discipline is carried out in two modules. The first module: "Transformers", "Asynchronous machines". Maximum number of points: 37. Second module: "Synchronous machines", "DC machines". Maximum number of points: 38. Each module includes: successful performance and defense of laboratory works, performance of practical tasks on topics, development of topics for self-study, test control. 
Recommended reading list. Subject Resources
1. Buniak O. Electric machines [electronic resource]: // Institutional repository Atutor (discipline code ID 5119): official site of Ternopil National Technical University - Ternopil, 2011.
2. Electrical Machine by Dr. P. S. Bhimbra (Highly Recommended for GATE / IES).
3. Electric Machines by Ashfaq Husain and Harroon Ashfaq.
4. Electric Machinery Fundamentals by Stephen Chapman. 
Course author
Cand. Sc., Assoc. Prof. Buniak Oleh 
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