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Course Synopsis

This course is offered to non-electrical engineering background students. This course is intended to provide students with clear understanding of the DC and AC circuits, basic principles of 3-phase AC circuits, electro-magnetism and magnetic circuits. They will also gain and understanding of the basic operating principles and performance analysis of three most commonly used electric machines, namely transformers, DC machines, and induction motors. 


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