ELTR 2074 DC & AC Rotating Machines

This course will provide the student with a basic understanding of the operation and characteristics of various electric generators, alternators, motors, drive-train components, electronic motor drives, and simple motion control systems. Students will install and operate various kinds of motors, testing them for speed, torque, and efficiency. Basic motor-circuit troubleshooting will be emphasized. This course also explores pulse-width modulated motor-speed control, stepper motors, and servo motors and control systems. Motor and generator related projects may be employed as time permits.


4 Credits


ELTR 1004 - Must be completed prior to taking this course.

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