Purdue Northwest Curriculum Document
Program Name:Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Document No: COT 17-19 NEW COURSE ECET33101
- Proposed Effective Date: Fall 2018
- Submitting Department: ET COT
- Date Reviewed by Department: November 15, 2017
- Submission Date: November 16, 2017
- Date Reviewed College/School Curriculum Committee: November 17, 2017
- Contact Person: Omer Farook
- Approval by Faculty Senate:January 12, 2018
- Date Reviewed by Senate Curriculum Committee: December 8, 2017
- Name(s) of Library Staff Consulted:N/A
- Will New Library Resources Used?: No
- Form 40 Needed?: Yes
Task: Course Change or New Course Proposal
- Program Name(s): Electrical Engineering Technology
- Degree Name(s):
Section II: This section is for changes in courses only
- Subject: Creating a 3 credit version of ECET 33100 four credit course.
- Justification:Creating a 3 credit version of ECET 33100 four credit course.
ECET 33101- Generation And Transmission Systems for Electrical Power
: A study of the generation and transmission of electrical energy. Includes modeling and analysis of synchronous alternators, transformers, and transmission lines, plus analytical and computer methods of solving load flow and fault conditions on balanced and unbalanced three-phase systems. Introduces techniques used by utilities for protection and economic operation of power systems.
- Credits and Contact Hours: Credit 3 , Class 2, Lab. 3, Contact Hours 5
- Prerequisites: ECET 21201
- Course Objectives / Learning Outcomes:
- Understanding the structure of the electrical power system.
- Understanding the basic building blocks of an electrical power system and their functionality.
- Understanding the power flow principles.
- Understanding the cost associated with electrical generation transmission and distribution.
- Understanding the concept of smart grid, micro-grid and modern power system.
- Impact on Students:N/A
- Impact on University Resources:N/A
- Impact on other Academic Units:N/A