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ENEM13011 Fluid and Electrical Drive Systems

Course details

This project based course introduces fluid and electrical drives and the design of integrated drive systems for use in industry. It covers comparison of characteristics, construction, selection, design and operation of fluid and electric drives and drive systems, use of mathematical models to analyse performance, machine protection and control schemes, and evaluation of drive system performance. Students apply formulas and explain and record calculations. They adopt professional approaches to work in teams and learn collaboratively to manage and complete projects, they manage their own learning, and communicate professionally using discipline language to investigate, design and check work, and present designs and problem solutions.
Distance education (FLEX) students are required to have access to a computer, to make frequent use of the Internet, and are required to participate in Residential School activities.

Course at a glance
Faculty: Faculty of Sciences, Engineering & Health
Career: Undergraduate
Credit points: 12
Requisites: [ENEM12006 Fluid Mechanics or ENEM12001 Fluid Mechanics] and [ENEM12007 Statics and Dynamics or ENEM12004 Dynamics]
Student Contribution Band: 2
EFTSL: 0.25000
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Course availability
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2012 Term One FLEX ROK
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