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Long name | Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 3 |
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Approving CModule | GE3_BaET |

Responsible |
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Evers
Professor Fakultät IME |

Level | Bachelor |

Semester in the year | winter semester |

Duration | Semester |

Hours in self-study | 60 |

ECTS | 5 |

Professors |
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Evers
Professor Fakultät IME |

Requirements | The students master the basic mathematical concepts and in particular can deal with sets, functions, terms and equations. You can determine the properties and graphs of the most important real functions. You can calculate limits on sequences and functions, and examine functions for continuity. They know the definition of the derivative and its descriptive meaning, master the application of the different derivation rules and can determine tangents. Students can count on vectors. You can describe lengths and angles, lines and planes, and solve the tasks of analytical geometry. They know matrices and master the calculation methods. You can determine the solution set of linear equation systems using the Gaussian elimination method. You can create the relationship between linear mappings and matrices. You can determine the rank of matrices. You can calculate the determinant and determine eigenvalues and eigenvectors. The students master the handling of complex numbers. They master the Riemann integral and can estimate integral values. They use the law of differential and integral calculus and the most important integration rules for calculating integrals. Students can: - Recognize electrotechnical issues and arrange them correctly - properly name and apply required sizes - fully analyze electrical networks - Calculate and apply equivalent circuits - Estimate and classify services and work - Optimize services - Calculate efficiencies Students can describe electrical quantities (sinusoidal voltages and currents, linear load bipoles and powers) using timeline diagrams, pointers and complex quantities, as well as using phasor diagrams. |

Language | German |

Separate final exam | Yes |

Philippow E., Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik Verlag Technik GmbH, Berlin, 1992

Frohne H., Löcherer K.-H., Müller H, Moeller - Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik Teubner Verlag, Wiesbaden, 2005

Karl Kupfmüller, Einführung in die theoretische Elektrotechnik Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 1990

Clausert H., Wiesemann G., Grundgebiete der Elektrotechnik 1 Oldenbourg Verlag, München, 2005

Frohne H., Löcherer K.-H., Müller H, Moeller - Grundlagen der Elektrotechnik Teubner Verlag, Wiesbaden, 2005

Karl Kupfmüller, Einführung in die theoretische Elektrotechnik Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 1990

Clausert H., Wiesemann G., Grundgebiete der Elektrotechnik 1 Oldenbourg Verlag, München, 2005

- Electrostatic field

- Electric current field

- Electromagnetic field

- Electric induction

- Coupled conductor loops

- Electrostatic field

- Electric current field

- Electromagnetic field

- Electric induction

- Coupled conductor loops

- The static electric field

* Electric charges and their effects

* The mobile (trial) charge in the electric field

* The capacity

* Matter in the electric field

- The electric current

* The movement of a single charge in the electric field

* The movement of distributed charges, current and current density

* Space charge flow

* Space charge-free flow in the metallic conductor, the ohmic law

* Flow fields, calculation of the ohmic resistance

* Interfaces, refraction law

* Energy and performance

* Mechanisms of power line

- Stationary magnetic fields

* The magnetic dipole

* Forces in the magnetic field and magnetic induction

* The excitement of the magnetic field

* The magnetic flux

* Conditions at interfaces

* Magnetic circles

- Movements in the magnetic field and time-varying magnetic fields

* Lorentz power

* Charge separation in the moving conductor

* Hall effect

- The self-inductance of a conductor loop

- Magnetic field energy and forces

* The magnetic field energy

* Hysteresis losses

* Magnetic field forces (virtual displacement principle)

- Magnetically coupled conductor loops

* Description in the time domain

* Complex description of the transformer quad

* Electric charges and their effects

* The mobile (trial) charge in the electric field

* The capacity

* Matter in the electric field

- The electric current

* The movement of a single charge in the electric field

* The movement of distributed charges, current and current density

* Space charge flow

* Space charge-free flow in the metallic conductor, the ohmic law

* Flow fields, calculation of the ohmic resistance

* Interfaces, refraction law

* Energy and performance

* Mechanisms of power line

- Stationary magnetic fields

* The magnetic dipole

* Forces in the magnetic field and magnetic induction

* The excitement of the magnetic field

* The magnetic flux

* Conditions at interfaces

* Magnetic circles

- Movements in the magnetic field and time-varying magnetic fields

* Lorentz power

* Charge separation in the moving conductor

* Hall effect

- The self-inductance of a conductor loop

- Magnetic field energy and forces

* The magnetic field energy

* Hysteresis losses

* Magnetic field forces (virtual displacement principle)

- Magnetically coupled conductor loops

* Description in the time domain

* Complex description of the transformer quad

Type | Attendance (h/Wk.) |
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Lecture | 3 |

Exercises (whole course) | 2 |

Exercises (shared course) | 0 |

Tutorial (voluntary) | 0 |

keine/none

none

- Electronic lecture notes

- Detailed exercise task collection with solutions

- Detailed exercise task collection with solutions

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