Applied Electricity 1
- Requred Courses: ISET 1300, ATCT 1310
- Learning Outcomes
- Identify safe practices for working with DC circuits according to OSHA standards. Explain the use of "ground" Locate the grounded conductor. Apply grounding techniques. Relate electrical symbols to proper electrical terms. Recognize basic electrical symbols. Identify electrical terms. Sketch electrical symbols. Explain Ohm's and Kirchoff's Law to internal/external customers. Differentiate between volts, amps, and ohms. Calculate voltage, resistance, and current. Describe a series circuit. Describe a parallel circuit. Interpret Kirchoff's Law. Sketch a simple Direct Current (DC) circuit. Use electrical measuring instrumentation. Recognize different types of meters. Identify the difference between analog and digital measurements. Measure voltage across resistors in a series circuit. Measure voltage across resistors in a parallel circuit. Measure current in series and parallel circuits. Apply Ohm's and Kirchoff's voltage and current laws to calculate voltage and current. Use appropriate terminology. Calculate voltage drops in series circuits. Calculate current in parallel circuits. Calculate power consumption in a DC Circuit. Design and evaluate a DC Circuit. Calculate a simple lighting circuit. Calculate a simple fan circuit. Build simple DC circuits. Compare calculated values to measured values.
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