Electrical Engineering and Electronics 1
Integrated course, 3.00 ECTS
• 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
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
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Assessment methods and criteria
Exam and continuous assessment