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Restructuring an Electric Machinery Course With an Integrative Approach and Computer-Assisted Teaching Methodology
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
IEEE Transactions on Education vol. 49 no. 1 (Feb. 2006)
Electric Machines and Drivers
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The course of Electric Machinery has been one of the core courses in the Electrical Engineering (EE) curriculum at Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK). In the past, the course was designed to focus mainly on topics of transformers and electric machines and was typically presented under the assumption of steady-state conditions. Unfortunately, many students considered the course old-fashioned and unexciting, and this lack of interest, in turn, seriously limited their ability to understand and appreciate the wide-ranging applications of electric machines. More important, electric machines today have become widely integrated with power electronics, digital signal processing (DSP), and digital control technology. However, these technological changes were not adequately reflected in the traditional teaching structure of the course. This paper presents a new approach that, by integrating computer-assisted teaching methodology in classroom presentation, substantially restructures the course so that it provides a comprehensive treatment of electric-drive systems with discussions covering electric machines, power electronic converters, feedback controls, power supply systems, and mechanical systems.
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