Electrical Engineering 4


Zach4
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Registered: 08.12.21 12:42
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French version
Bonjour à tous,
Voilà je pense avoir trouvé la solution du problème mais il ne prend pas ma réponse
Je peux même expliquer la démarche en pv,
Merci d'avance

English version :
Hello everyone,
I think I have found the solution of the problem but it does not take my answer
I can even explain the process in pm,
Thanks in advance


ynori7
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Hey, feel free to PM me.

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Gian1991
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1. Introduction
This course is designed to introduce students to electrical engineering concepts and principles. The topics covered in this course include basic electrical phenomena and circuits, electric field distribution, electromagnetic fields, Maxwell's equations, wave propagation along wires, resistors, capacitors, inductors, transformers, voltage divider networks, power factor correction, alternating current (AC) generators/alternating current (AC) motors, and DC-to-DC converters. Students should have some background knowledge of science before taking this class. The following textbooks will help prepare students for this course:
• Principles of Electricity and Magnetism, Third Edition, By Wayne W. Morey and Thomas H. Haab (2008). ISBN: 0321647400 / 978-0321646980;
• Fundamentals of Applied Physics, Sixth Edition, By Gary J. Corbett, Robert S. Nye, and Charles E. Winslow (2010). ISBN: 0470419013 / 9780470419011; and
• Engineering Electromagnetics, Fifth Edition, By George C. Smith and John G. Skogestad (2009). ISBN: 0815863970 / 978-0815864002;
Students should take this course if they wish to pursue careers in industries requiring a deep understanding of electricity and electronics.