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AttachmentCOURSE TEACHING
EPE452-AC Machines
AC Machine Fundamentals: rotating magnetic field, induced voltage, induced torque, power flow and losses. Synchronous generators: construction, speed of rotation, equivalent circuit and phasor diagram, power and Torque equations, estimation of synchronous generator circuit parameters, parallel operation of synchronous generators. Synchronous motors: motor starting, equivalent circuit, motor operation, and synchronous condenser. Induction motors: construction and concepts, equivalent circuit of an induction motor, power and torque equations, torque-speed characteristics, speed control of induction motors, determining circuit model parameters. Induction generator: construction, principles of operation, and equivalent circuit
2012-2013
EPE460-Power System Analysis II
Symmetrical components. Unsymmetrical faults. Power-flow studies. Network calculations: node elimination, building and modifying bus impedance matrix. Economic dispatch
2012-2013
EPE647-Power Systems Protection
Basic relay types and characteristics, instrument transformer (effect of dc component, estimation of CT performance), coupling capacitor voltage transformer, generator protection ( stator ground fault, over-speed, loss of excitation, generator motoring, inadvertent energization), motor protection (phase rotation, negative sequence, phase unbalance, load loss, out-of-step, loss of excitation), differential protection of generator-transformer units, reactor protection, shunt capacitor bank protection, station-bus protection, line protection, system stability and out-of-step relaying, reclosing and synchronizing, load shedding and frequency relaying
2012-2013
EPE568-Power Systems Quality and Harmonics
Transients: impulsive and oscillatory. Long-duration voltage variations: overvoltage, under voltage, and sustained interruptions. Short-duration voltage variations: interruptions, sags (dips), and swells. Voltage imbalance. Voltage fluctuation. Power frequency variations. Wiring and grounding. Wave distortion: dc offset, notching, noise interharmonics, and harmonics. Harmonic distortion, harmonic distortion indices, power and power factor, effects of harmonic distortional Mitigation of harmonics. Sources of harmonics and modeling. Computer tools for harmonic analysis . Monitoring power Quality . Solution to power quality problems. Standards and regulations/ Study Cases
2012-2013
EPE 470-High Voltage Engineering I

Introduction to high voltage engineering and related industrial applications, electrostatic fields and field stress control, conduction and breakdown in gases, liquids and solids, applications of insulating materials, generation of high voltages and high currents, measurement of high voltages and current, calculation of voltage distributions along insulators, latest development and future trends in high voltage engineering.
2013-2014
EPE 619-Modern Control Theory
Review of linear algebra and matrices, sate variable analysis of continuous-time and
discrete-time systems, controllability and abservability of linear systems, stability of
linear and non-linear systems, design of feedback control systems, introduction to
optimal control theory, adaptive control theory and control theory using neural
networks.
2013-2014
ECCE4312-POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS I     
Power system components. Transmission line parameters: inductance and capacitance. Model for short, medium, and long lines. Steady-state operation of transmission lines. Shunt and series compensation. Per unit systems. Bus admittance and impedance matrices. Symmetrical fault.
ECCE4272-Artificial Intelligence
This course serves as an introduction to different type of expert systems. These systems are used mainly of problems that cannot be addressed using a more traditional approach. The course will cover rule-based systems, fuzzy expert systems and neural networks. architecture, applications, design.
ECCE3352-Electrical Technology
This course covers Fundamentals of Electric Energy Systems, Electric Energy Conversion, Transformer, Fundamentals of AC & DC Machines and Power Electronics.
ECCE3015-Electrical Engineering Fundamentals
This course introduces non electrical engineering students to Electric energy systems, DC circuits, AC circuits, three-phase system, transformers, electrical machines and the basics of electronic devices and converters.
ECCE5303-Power Distribution System Engineering
Load characteristics and its applications. Load forecasting. Types of distribution networks. Selection of distribution transformers. Voltage drop and voltage regulation.Voltage dip due to motor starting. Design of distribution feeders. Power-factor correction, Power Qulaity.
ECCE5332-High Voltage Engineering
This is an introductory course in High Voltage Engineering, which is aimed to the students specialized in Energy and Power Systems.  This course covers a wide spectrum of High Voltage Engineering topics and introduces the students to the importance of using high voltages in power systems, the different phenomena associated with the applications of the high voltage, circuit interruption and circuit breakers, types of overvoltages and surge arresters, insulation coordination, high voltage generation and measurement, and dielectric breakdown of different states of matter and protective grounding.
ECCE6335-Digital Power System Protection
Special topics in Digital Protection for Power Systems. Review of principles power system protection. Introduction to digital techniques for power system protection. Mathematicsal background to protection algorithms, Basic elemnts of digital protection, Sinsoidal-wave-based algorithms, Fourier analysis and Walsh function based techniques, Least squares based methods, Differential equation based techniques, Digital differential protection techniques. Use computer simulation.
EPE 354-Electrical Machines                                       
Introduction to energy conversion and magnetic circuits. Sources of magnetic flux and magnetomotive force, magnetic materials, hysteresis loop, eddy currents and self and mutual inductances. Single, Auto and three phase transformers construction, principle of operation, regulation, connection and equivalent circuits. DC-machines, construction, types, windings, EMF equation, Torque equation, armature reaction and efficiency. AC-machines, construction, types (synchronous and induction), windings, rotating magnetic field and flux distribution, equivalent circuit and principle of operation as motor and generator.
EPE 350A-Transformers & DC Machines
Introduction to energy conversion and magnetic circuits transform, (single phase, three phase, auto transformer) construction, regulation, connections, special connections: T-Connection, Scot Connection. DC – machines, construction, types, windings, EMF equation. Torque equation, armature reaction, power flow control and dynamics.
EPE 320-Control Systems
Electrical, mechanical and electromechanical linear dynamical systems modeling, block diagrams and signal flow graphs, transfer functions of linear time-invariant systems, stability of linear time-invariant systems, steady state responses and steady state errors, transient responses, root-locus technique to analyze systems, Design of PID, phase-lead, and phase-lag controllers using root-locus technique and Ziegler-Nichols tuning method.
EE 222-Electric Circuits II
Sinusoidal steady state analysis. AC power analysis (instantaneous, average power maximum average power transfer, complex and apparent power, power factor and power factor correction). Analysis of three-phase circuits. Mutual inductance and magnetically coupled circuits. Resonance circuits. Frequency response using Bode plots. Two-Port networks.
EE 220-Electric Circuits I
System of units, Circuit variables (charge, current, voltage, power, energy). Circuit elements, and simple resistive circuits. Techniques of circuit analysis. The ideal Operational amplifier, Inductance and Capacitance. Natural and step responses of first order RL and RC circuits. Natural and step responses of RLC circuits.