ELEC 344

Applied Electronics and Electromechanics

Characteristics of semiconductor devices; analog circuits; force and torque production; motor principles and torque-speed characteristics; principles of power electronics. Not open to students in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

3 credits

Course Outline

We will study a variety of AC and DC electromechanical devices. The prerequisite skills for this course in include basic circuit analysis ability (i.e. Ohm’s Law, Kirchoff’s Voltage and Current laws.)

10 credits


ONE of
ELEC 201 – Circuit Analysis I
ELEC 203 – Basic Circuit Analysis
MECH 221 – Engineering Science I

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