ELE 147 Electrical Power Controls Systems Industrial Maintenance by 8ZuEVs

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									                                        SYLLABUS
                      ELE 147 Electrical Power and Controls Systems

DIVISION: Workforce Services

CURRICULUM IN WHICH COURSE IS TAUGHT: Industrial Maintenance Technician

COURSE NUMBER AND TITLE: ELE 147 – Electrical Power & Controls Systems

CREDITS: 3                   HOURS/WK LECTURE:2- 3                 HOURS/WK LAB:0-2

   I. CATALOG DESCRIPTION:
      Reviews basic DC and AC circuits. Covers single-phase and three-phase AC
      Power distribution systems, and protection devices, including types of AC
      motors. Presents analyzing and troubleshooting electrical control systems and
      motor protection devices.

  II. REALATIONSHIP OF THE COURSE TO CURRICUUM OBJECTIVES:
      The courses includes coverage of safety concerns, theory of operation, and
      maintenance of rotating machines, power distribution, and control equipment.

 III. REQUIRED BACKGROUND:
      DC and AC fundamentals or instructor permission

 IV. COURSE CONTENT:
     1. National Electric Code
     2. Batteries
     3. DC motors & generators
     4. AC motors & generators
     5. Single phase, poly phase circuits
     6. Power distribution system problems
     7. Uninterruptible power supplies
     8. Preventive, predictive maintenance
     9. OSHA Industrial Electrical safety

  V. GENERAL EDUCATION OBJECTIVES
     Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have begun to develop skills
     whereby he will be able to:

             Read critically, write in an organized manner, listen objectively, and speak
              effectively.
             Recognize the need for lifelong learning.
              Demonstrate skills to locate and utilize problems, analyze alternate solutions, and
               make decisions.
              Draw from knowledge of appropriate disciplines, identify problems, analyze
               alternate solutions, and make decisions.
              Develop critical thinking skills including analysis, evaluation, synthesis, and
               reflection.
              Demonstrate the ability to function in an independent, self-directed
               manner.
              Recognize effective interpersonal skills.
              Recognize the need for value judgment and will display a concern for ethics and
               social responsibility.
              Utilize mathematical procedures for effective performance on the job and society.
              Use appropriate computer technology.
              Develop a historical consciousness and a global perspective.
              Know and understand the major developments in science and technology,
               in relationship to their field of study, and evaluate their impact on
               contemporary society and on the environment.

  VI. LEARNER OUTCOMES
       Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate an
understanding of the theory of operation, maintenance procedures, and safety concerns related to:
           1. National Electric Code
           2. Batteries
           3. DC motors & generators
           4. AC motors & generators
           5. Single phase, poly phase circuits
           6. Power distribution system problems
           7. Uninterruptible power supplies
           8. Preventive, predictive maintenance
           9. OSHA Industrial Electrical safety

 VII. EVALUATION
      1. Attendance
      2. Homework and class-work
      3. Announced and unannounced tests and quizzes
      4. Written and oral reports
      5. Projects
      6. Mid-term and final examinations
The course supports the following competencies and objectives:
       A.     SCHEV Competencies
              1.      Writing
              2.      Oral Communication
              3.      Critical Thinking
       B.     DCC Educational Objectives
              1.      Communication
              2.      Learning Skills
              3.      Critical Thinking
              4.      Interpersonal Skills and Human Relations
              5.      Computational and Computer Skills
              6.      Understanding Culture and Society
              7.      Wellness

								
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