ELC 210 - Commercial/Industrial Electricity I
Prerequisite: Completion of , , , , or demonstration of previous electrical experience and permission of subject area associate dean
Description: Covers the theory and application of electrical concepts for industrial maintenance and installation. Will emphasize single-phase and three-phase installation, measuring instruments, conduction in liquids and gases, and the use of trigonometry and vectors in electrical calculations. Advanced topics such as magnetic induction, resistive-inductive series and parallel circuits, filters, three-phase transformers, three-phase alternators will also be explored.
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
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