ECE 535 Design of Electromechanical Systems Section: 601
A practical introduction to electromechanical systems with emphasis on modeling, analysis, design, and control techniques. Provides theory and practical tools for the design of electric machines (standard motors, linear actuators, magnetic bearings, etc). Involves some self-directed laboratory work and culuminates in an industrial design project. Topics include Maxwell's equations, electromechanical energy conversion, finite element analysis, design and control techniques.
Engineering Online GRAD
- Classes Start:January 7, 2019
- Classes End:April 26, 2019
- Distance Education: Yes
- Class Type: Lecture
- Credits: 3.00
- Delivery Method: Internet
- Restrictions: ONLY distance-track students with grad standing in CN, CE, EE, or EPSE may register. All other students must request enrollment through the EOL Registration System (http://go.ncsu.edu/eol_registration).
Dr Gregory D Buckner