TECH 2001 - Electrical Principles
|Contact:||Up to 4 hours per week|
|Restriction:||Not available to BE(Hons)(Elec&Elec) or BE(Hons)(Mech) students|
|Available for Study Abroad and Exchange:|
|Available for Non-Award Study:||No|
|Assessment:||Exams, quizzes, labs and assignments|
This course covers the fundamental principles of analog and digital circuits and electronic devices. This knowledge is critical for students needing to work on or with electrical systems within larger engineering systems. The course seeks to develop foundational concepts and skills and complements the material with a series of application-oriented topics relevant to defence industries. Important topics covered include: the key electrical variables and the application of fundamental circuit laws and theorems to DC and AC circuits; power supply applications of diodes and switch-mode transistors; the operating principles of DC, induction and synchronous machines; analysis of simple operational amplifiers; Boolean logic and binary arithmetic; combinational and sequential circuits; and simple microcontroller programming.
Study Abroad student tuition fees are available here
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Course OutlineA Course Outline which includes Learning Outcomes, Learning Resources, Learning & Teaching for this course may be accessed here
|Term||Last Day to Add Online||Census Date||Last Day to WNF||Last Day to WF|
|4110||Mon 15/03/2021||Thu 25/03/2021||Fri 07/05/2021||Fri 11/06/2021|
No classes available.