Industrial Management

Electrical Engineering and Electronics 1

Integrated course, 3.00 ECTS


Course content

• Voltage, current, Ohm's resistance
• Kirchhoff's Laws
• Calculation of DC grids
• Power of electricity
• Magnetic field, Law of Induction, Inductivity
• Electrical field, capacity
• Sinus-shaped alternating current, characteristic values, imaging
• Electrical Energy Engineering
• Basic principles of electrical energy transfer in electro-magnetic machines

Learning outcomes

The students are able to
• apply a general knowledge of electric circuits, direct and alternating currents.
• develop the capacity to understand and discuss basic terminology.
• independently solve stationary direct and alternating current grid calculations.
• apply the principle of power and energy transfer in electrical engineering.
• apply the basic principles of electrical engineering
• apply the functionality of switch elements
• give an overview of the electronics industry
• gain a basic knowledge for more advanced, practically oriented courses such as automation technology
• grasp the significance of electrical engineering and electronics in industrial plants.

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools

• Beuth/Beuth: Elementare Elektrotechnik
• Tkotz: Fachkunde Elektrotechnik
• Rösch: Elektroinstallationen, Blitzschutz, Lichttechnik
• Weißgerber: Elektrotechnik für Ingenieure

The lecturer agrees to pass on an updated list of recommended literature to the students in accordance with the syllabus.

Mode of delivery

Integrated Lecture

Prerequisites and co-requisites


Assessment methods and criteria

Exam and continuous assessment