Fall Semester 2016 - Credit Courses

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ELCT_209_01Advanced Current Theory - Lab
Meets: 8/25/2016-12/15/2016
Kalispell Campus
NOTE: Students must register for ELCT 208 80 and ELCT 209 01 concurrently.
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Add'l Fee: $35.00

Advanced Current Theory - Lab

Corequisite(s): ELCT 208.This course is a study of three phase alternating current circuits and single and three phase transformers and machines. The theory and operation of three phase wye and delta circuits and the relationship of voltage, current and power in these circuits. The use of phasor algebra in the solution of alternating current problems is stresses as are the characteristics and use of electrical instruments such as voltmeters, ammeters, ohmmeters, and watt meters. Students learn the theory and operation of transformers with single and three phase connections and are introduced to alternating current machines. Note: This course can be taken face-to-face as a 5-credit lecture/lab (ELCT 210) or as a 4-credit online lecture (ELCT 208) and a 1-credit face-to-face lab (ELCT 209).



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