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2021/2022

Fundamentals of Electrotechnical Engineering

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BD1B14ZEL KZ 3 14+6c Czech
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Department of Electric Drives and Traction
Synopsis:

The course extends necessary knowledge of the technical documentation, technical text and its presentation. The second half of the semester isfocused on an explanation and practicing of basics electrotechnics so that knowledge of students are increased to the level needed in the next semesters.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1. The technical documentation in electrical engineering.

2. Technical drawing.

3. Dimensioning and tolerances.

4. Principles of writing technical reports.

5. Principles of presentation.

6. Principles of presentation.

7. Basic types of electrical signals in electrical engineering.

8. Basic concepts of electrical engineering.

9. Principles of connecting elements in electrical engineering.

10. Basic wiring.

11. Basic of electric field.

12. Basic of magnetic field.

13. Semiconductor components.

14. Reserve.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Introduction to electronic information resources at the faculty.

2. Technical drawing - electrical scheme.

3. Technical drawing - perspective, imaging.

4. Graphical processing of measured data.

5. Principles of presentation.

6. Principles of presentation.

7. Getting to know the oscilloscope and RC circuit.

8. Measurement on RC circuit.

9. Measurement on RC circuit - passive elements.

10. Numerical examples - passive elements, sorting.

11. Measurement on RC circuit - passive elements, sorting.

12. Circuit wiring.

13. Electrical circuit connection, soldering.

14. Reserve.

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