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Walla Walla Community College

Energy Systems
Technology

A/C Applications in Electricity



E
ST

13
2


Instructor
: Jeff Hawkins




Classroom:
John Deere TC
, R
oo
m
620

Office: Technology Center
, Room 1215A



Time:
10
:30


1
1
:20, M
-
Th

Phone:

Office:_
527
-
4492
_____
___





Lab
:

1
0
:
3
0
-

1
2
:20 F


Home 529
-
0869, Message Machine





Email:
j
eff
er
y.
h
awkins@wwcc.edu



Office Hours:
Varies, usually

8:00 1:00 M
-
Th

Text: Herman, Stephen L., 2004, Third Edition,
Delmar’s Standard Textbook of Electricity
,

Herman

Additional Eq
uipment:

Scientific c
alculator with sine, cosine, and tangent functions.


Description

This course is an
continuation of the introduction to

electricity. Its purpose is to
further
develop
basic
knowledge of electricity and it many applications in our lives
.

A clear understanding of basic
concepts and their applications to problem solving will be stressed. Lecture topics include:
Ohm’s
Law

and usage
, electric
al and magnetic
fields

and their uses
,
electrical
potential

and properties
,
charge and current, resi
stance

usages
,
inductance and capacitance applications

and temperature
effects, DC resistive circuits, elect
rical energy, power efficiency

and correction
,

basic
filters

and their
application to variable frequency drives
,
impedance,
series circuits, paralle
l circuits, series
-
parallel
circuits,
control circuits,
electromagnetism

applications
, alternating current
generation and
transmission,
and
basic
industry
safety and electrical safety
.


Intended Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this course, the st
udent
will be able to
:


Understand and use

electrical safety rules

• Discuss the differences between conductors and insulators

• Describe and use
Ohm's law

and it’s calculations


Wiring Series, Parallel, and combination circuits

and their use in power a
nd control circuits
.

• Describe magnets, magnetic fields and electromagnetism

and their applications in the electrical field

• Describe the principle of electrical induction and its application

• C
alculate series, parallel, and combination circuits

for loa
d determination

• Demonstrate use of VO
M or DMM on
various type of
circuits

• Discuss the
operation transformers

and their applications
.

• Discuss
DC Motor and Generator operation and function

• Describe magnetic induction

application to transformers and r
elays

• Solve
PF and circuit calculation
problems using sine, cosine
, and tangent

• Compute peak, RMS, and average voltage and current

• Discuss inductance and compute inductive reactance


AC Application and sources


Course Topics

•Electrical Safety

•Elec
trical Quantities and Ohm's Law


AC Motors and Generators


DC Motors and Generators

•Resistors

•Series Circuits

Wiring

•Parallel Circuits

Wiring

•Combination Circuits

Wiring

•Measuring Instruments

•Determin
ing

Conductor Sizes

•Magnetic Induction

(Relays an
d Treansformers)

•Basic Trigonometry and Vectors

•Alternating Current (AC)

•Inductive in AC Circuits

•Resistive
-
Inductive Series Circuits

•Resistive
-
Inductive Parallel Circuits


Filters


Wiring, sizes and installations




Course Requirements
:


1. Class attendance will be taken and
3

points daily for attendance and participation will be given and
adjusted. If you need to be absent from a class, you can email me at the above em
ail address or call me at
my home number. There is a message machine on the home number and you can leave a message in
regards to your absence.

If you miss class please contact one of your classmates to obtain his/her notes.
You are responsible for an
nouncements and assignments made in class.


2. Weekly test
s

will be given over material covered. These will include a section on the electrical terms
and definitions. If you miss or will miss a test, it is your responsibility to contact me and arrange f
or
an
early exam or

a

makeup exam. The exam will need to be completed the day or your return or 20

percent
will be taken off of the final points
.

The weekly test are used to give me an indication of how well I am
teaching and how well you understanding t
he material.


3.
Final exam will cover all material given during class instruction and contained within the chapters of
the text book read and covered for class.


Classroom Etiquette
:


Students who attend class are expected to be attentive and respectful.

Reading the newspaper, sleeping,
or talking during lectures constitutes disruptive behavior. If you need to leave class early, please let me
know prior to the start of class. As a
courtesy

to me and your fellow students, please turn your cell phone
rin
ger off or put in on vibrate. Talking on your phone during class will not be tolerated. If you are
expecting

some type of emergency for which you may have to be contacted during class, please let me
know so that we
can be aware of the situation. I don’t

need to know what the emergency is, I just want to
be knowledgeable about the possible interruption to the class.















Disability Accommodations:


Reasonable accommodations are available for students who have a documented disability. A student
m
ust give notice of the existence of a disability and make a "direct and specific" request to the
Disabilities Coordinator

for accommodation. The Disabilities Coordinator will inform the instructor of
the accommodations needed

for the student. The disabil
ity will
not

be disclosed to the instructor by the
Coordinator and does not have to be disclosed to the instructor or classmates by the student. The
Disabilities Coordinator will provide all the information in regards to disclosure.

For additional
inform
ation about services to students with disabilities or about accommodations, please contact:

LaDessa Rogers Smelcer, Office 133H

Disabilities Coordinator

Walla Walla Community College

500 Tausick Way

Walla Walla, WA 99362

Phone: 509
-
527
-
4262
,
TDD: 509.527.
4412

e
-
mail:
ladessa.smelcer@wwcc.edu


Fire and Emergency Situations:


Please take time to read over the
Emergency reporting and response for each of the areas

in which
you
attend class. Learn the fire e
mergency procedures for all the
se

buildings. Learn
where the fire pull
stations are and the fire evacuation plan for the building and classroom.


Thank you for selecting Walla Walla Community College. If you need extra help or have
any

question
s

please contact me
here at the college or
at home.
I want ea
ch of you to be successful in your
education
and in this class
.


Detailed outline of the course.


Section

Subject





Text Unit

1

Electrical Safety, Formulas, & Symbols

S
-
1

2

Electrical Quantities, Ohm’s Law

1
-
1


2
-
10

3

Measuring Instruments

9
-
1


9
-
19

4

Alternating Current Basic Trigonometry & Vectors

14
-
1


15
-
6

5

Wiring Methods, Schematics, & Drawings

Handouts

6

Series, Wiring

6

7

Parallel, Wiring

7

8

Combination Circuits,

8

9

Resistive AC Circuits

5

10

Capacitors and Capacitive Reactance

19, 2
0

11

Induction and Inductive Reactance

13

12

RCL Circuits & Filters

17, 18, 23, 24

13

DC Generators & Motors

25

14

Single Phase Systems & Transformers

27, NEC

15

Single Phase Motors

33, NEC

16

Three Phase Power Systems

26

17

Three Phase Transformer
s

27, NEC

18

Three Phase Motors & Generators

32

19

Wire Conductors Sizing

10, NEC