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EEE 203 Course Syllabus Fall, 2017


1 School School of Science & Engineering

2 Department Department of EEE

3 Programme BSEEE [BSc in Electrical & Electronic Engineering]

4 Name of Course Energy Conversion I

5 Course Code EEE 203

Trimester and
6 Fall, 2017

7 Pre-requisites Electrical Circuits II (EEE 103)

8 Status Core Course

9 Credit Hours 3.00

10 Section SA, SB

11 Class Hours SA: Mon &Wed, 09:55 AM - 11:15 AM ; SB: Mon & Wed, 00:45 PM - 02:05 PM

12 Class Location Room: GF1

13 Course website

Name (s) of
14 Academic staff / Dr. Md. Rukonuzzaman

15 Contact Email: Cell: +8801712712408

16 Office Room # 409, Main Campus

Saturday 09:55 AM – 00:40 PM, 2:10 PM - 4:55 PM

Sunday 11:20 AM - 02:10 PM

Monday 2:10 PM - 4:55 PM

17 Counselling Hours
Tuesday 11:20 AM - 02:10 PM

Wednesday 2:10 PM - 4:55 PM

Thursday 09:55 AM – 00:40 PM, 2:10 PM - 4:55 PM

Electric Machines: Theory, Operation, Applications, Adjustment, and Control, 2nd

18 Text Book
Edition, Charles I. Hubert

1. Electric Machinery Fundamentals, 5th Edition, Stephen J. Chapman

19 Reference
2. Alternating-Current Machines, 3rd Edition, A.F. Puchstein, T.C. lioyd, A.G.
Conrad, John Willey & Sons, ISBN 81-219-2199-6
EEE 203 Course Syllabus Fall, 2017

Bring your own calculator & book to participate effectively in classroom activities.
20 Equipment & Aids You are not allowed to borrow from others inside the classroom during class
Alternating current machines & transformers are the building blocks of most present-
day power and industrial systems. Transformers and induction motors are
inseparable parts of today’s modern power system and industrial loads. Even in
futuristic cars and vehicles and other mechanical engines are likely to be replaced by
21 Course Rationale
electric machines. Also, transformers are integral parts in the transmission and
distribution of a power system. So, this course aims to give the students a clear
understanding on important equipment like transformer, and widely and commonly
used alternating current machines in residential, commercial and industrial sectors.
Energy Conversion I is designed to develop fundamental knowledge regarding the
basics of transformer and induction motor as well as to design and implement
systems involving these two devices. This course begins with reviewing of the
fundamental concepts of electromagnetic theories, magnetic circuits and basic
concepts on machines priorly introduced covered in physics and circuit courses. This
22 Course Description
course then introduces transformers to develop a detailed insight idea about
practical aspects, modeling, and analysis of transformers. Lastly, induction motors
are introduced with a view to enabling the students to develop the basic idea on
induction motors, to determine different parameters of the motor and to analyze
induction motor performance under real life environment.

The course is designed to provide the background of the following topics

1. To develop clear idea on fundamental laws on machine operations and

understand clearly the role of different magnetic parameter towards functioning
of electric machineries.
23 Course Objectives
2. To develop fundamental idea on the operation of transformers (both three
phase & single phase) and induction motors.
3. To attain sufficient knowledge on transformers and induction motors so that
students can independently determine the performance of these machines
under various loading conditions.

After the end of this course, the students will be able to:

1. Describe various magnetic circuit parameters. ()

2. Explain the working principles of transformer, motor and generator action ()
24 Learning Outcomes
3. Explain the physical construction and various functions of- (a) Transformer,
(b) Induction motor ()
4. Analyze systems involving- (a) Transformer and (b) Induction motor. ()
5. Determine various parameters of (a) Transformer and (b) Induction motor. ()

25 Teaching Methods Lecture, Video, Quiz, Question/Answer.

26 Topic Outline

Topics Or
Class CLOs Reading Reference Activities
Concept of
Energy Conversion, Chapter 1 Article:
1 1 Lecture, Q/A
Magnetic Field, 1.1 - 1.5
Magnetic Flux
Density, Magneto-
motive Force,
EEE 203 Course Syllabus Fall, 2017

Magnetic Field
Magnetizing Curve
Faraday's Law,
Right Hand Rule,
Chapter 1 Article:
Fleming’s Rule,
1.6, 1.7. 1.14
Lenz's Law, Lecture, Q/A,
2 1,2 Example: 1.3. 1.7
Transformer Problem Solving
Problems: 1-11/7, 1-
Hysteresis, Eddy
Current and losses
Principle of XFR Lecture, Q/A,
Chapter 2 Article:
3 action, XFR with 3a Showing Pictures,
2.1 – 2.4
Sinusoidal Voltage, Videos
Turns Ratio, Ideal
No load conditions
of a XFR, Transient
Behavior while
Loading and
Unloading, Effect of
Leakage Flux,
Chapter 2 Article:
Shifting Impedance
2.5 – 2.10 Example: Lecture, Q/A,
of a XFR,
2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6 Problem Solving
4, 5, 6 Equivalent Circuit of 4a
Problems: 2-5/5, 2- Assignment 1 Class
a real/actual XFR,
9/8, 2-11/8, 2-13/10, Test 1
Equivalent Circuit of
a Loaded XFR
(Referred to H.S &
L.S) Ideal & Real
XFR on No Load,
Ideal & Real

Voltage Regulation,
Per- Unit Values,
Voltage Regulation
from Per-unit Value, Chapter 2 Article:
P.U and Percent 2.11, 2.12 Example:
Impedance of XFR 2.7, 2.8, 2.9, 2.10,
Windings, XFR 2.11, 2.12, 2.13
Losses and Problems: 2-19/11,
Lecture, Q/A Problem
7, 8, 9 Efficiency, 4a, 5a, 7a 2-21/11, 2-23/12, 2-
Calculating 35/13, 2-38/14,
Efficiency From Article: 2.14
Per-Unit Value, Example: 2.14
Determination of Problems: 2-39/14,
XFR Parameters 2-40/14, 2-41/14
(Open Circuit Test
and Short Circuit
Test of XFR )
EEE 203 Course Syllabus Fall, 2017

Parallel Operation
of XFR’s, Load
division between
Chapter 3 Article:
XFR’s in Parallel In-
3,6 - 3.8, 3,10, 3.14 Lecture, Q/A Problem
rush Current of
10,11 6a Example: 3.4, 3.5, Solving Assignment 2
XFR, Three Phase
3,6 Problems: 3-9/6, Class Test 2
XFR, Scott-T & V-V
3-13/7, 3-15/7,
Instrument XFR’s
Review of Mid Lecture, Q/A Problem
12 1-7a Chapter 1, 2, 3
Exam's Syllabus Solving

Mid Term Exam

Motor Principles,
Rotating Magnetic
Field, Induction
Motor Construction, Chapter 4 Article:
Slip and It’s Effect 4,1 – 4.5, 4,7- 4.10,
Lecture, Q/A,
on Rotor Frequency Example:,
13, 14 2, 3b, 4b Showing
and Voltage, 4.3, Problems: 4-
Equivalent Circuit of 9/11, 4-11/15, 4-
an Induction Motor 13/15
Rotor, Locus of the
Rotor Current, Air
Gap Power
Mechanical Power
and Developed
Chapter 4 Article:
Torque, Torque
4.8 – 4.15 Example:
Speed Lecture, Q/A.
15, 16 4b, 5b 4.4, 4.5, 4.6
Characteristics, Problem Solving
Problems: 4-11/15,
Losses and
Efficiency of an
Induction Motor
Lecture, Q/A.
Total Equivalent Chapter 5 Article:
Problem Solving
17 Circuit of an 4b, 7b 5.4 Example: 5.2
Assignment 3 Class
Induction Motor Problems: 5-5/4
Test 3
Shaping the Torque
Chapter 5 Article:
Characteristic, Lecture, Q/A.
18 4b, 5b 5.5 Example: 5.3
Maximum Torque Problem Solving
Problems: 5-5/4
and Slip for
Maximum Torque
Starter for Induction Chapter 5 Article:
19 5b Lecture, Q/A.
Motor 5.20
Determination of
Induction Motor
Chapter 5 Article:
Parameter (DC Lecture, Q/A Problem
20 7b 5.17 Example: 5.16
Test, Blocked Rotor Solving
Problems: 5-31/17
Test, No Load Test

Braking of Induction
Chapter 5 Article:
21 Motor, Speed 5b Lecture, Q/A.
Control Methods
EEE 203 Course Syllabus Fall, 2017

Single Phase
Induction Motor:
Double Revolving
22, 23 Field Theory, Single 3b, 4b Chapter 6 Lecture, Q/A.
Phase Induction
Motor: Starting
Equivalent Circuit
Review of Final Lecture, Q/A,
24 2-7b Chapter 4, 5, 6
Exam's Syllabus Problem Solving

27 Assessment Methods Assessment Type Mark

Attendance and Participation (Class Room & Course Page) 5%

Assignments 5%
Class Tests 20%
Mid Term Exam 30%
Final Exam 40%

Letter Grade Marks % Grade Point Letter Grade Marks% Grade Point

A (Plain) 90-100 4.00 C+ (Plus) 70-73 2.33

A- (Minus) 86-89 3.67 C (Plain) 66-69 2.00

28 Grading Policy B+ (Plus) 82-85 3.33 C- (Minus) 62-65 1.67

B (Plain) 78-81 3.00 D+ (Plus) 58-61 1.33

B- (Minus) 74-77 2.67 D (Plain) 55-57 1.00

F (Fail) <55 0.00

1. Class Attendance and Participation:

Your in-time presence will also be considered as positive class participation.
Once the attendance sheet is handed over, no one can plea for attendance.
2. Examination:
There is NO provision for a make-up of missed classes and quizzes. Expect the
quiz on completion of each topic.
There will be total n class tests (4”n”5). Each class test will be maximum 20
Additional Course minutes long. The best (n-1) will be taken. Mid-term and final exams will be
29 closed book, closed note.
3. Caution:
Absolutely zero tolerance against adoption of any unfair means in any
exam/class test.
4. Assignment and Answer Scripts Submission:
Delay in submission of assignments or answer scripts will not be accepted.
5. Counseling:
You are expected to follow the counseling hour as set out in this course.
EEE 203 Course Syllabus Fall, 2017

1. Academic Calendar Fall 2017

Fall 2016:
2. Academic Information and Policies:
30 Additional Info
3. Grading and Performance Evaluation:
4. Proctorial Rules: