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Electrical Engineering and its Automation

Edited byzx Date:2011-04-12 15:03

The program requires 160 credits for graduation, and its graduates will receive BS in Engineering after 4 years academic study.

Educational Objectives:
1. To provide students with ground knowledge of natural science and overall capacity of social science, management science and foreign language;
2. To prepare students for engagement in areas such as operation, control, research, development, automatic control, information processing, test analysis for power system and motor system, and in power electronics technology, mechatronic technology, economic management and computer applications;
3. To prepare students for innovative and interdisciplinary high-level engineering professionals and management talents with global vision and broad general knowledge;
4. To prepare students for high-quality innovative talents and future leaders with global vision and the spirit of Truth Seeking

Outcome:
Its students are generally required to learn basic theory and knowledge in areas of electrical engineering technology, electronics technology, information control and computer,etc. Students are to receive basic training in the above fields, and will be equipped with compositive capability of operation, research, and management in power systems and motor systems. The program includes two module courses, either of which are available for selection.

To prepare students for the Program educational objectives to be achieved, a set of program outcomes are carefully designed as follows. Knowledge and abilities that graduates need to have are:
1. deep understandings of science foundementals such as mathematics and physics, foundmentals of social science and management science, and good command of foreign language
2. systematic knowledge of basic theory of technology necessary in areas of expertise, including electrical engineering theory, electronics technology, information processing, automatic control theory, basic theory and application of computer hardware and software, etc
3. ability to have better training in engineering practice, and ability with skilled computer application
4. favorable ability in literature search and reading, and good understanding of cutting-edge trends of the relevant discipline
5. strong ability in scientific research, development, and organization and management skills

Core courses:
Calculation Methods, Engineering Electromagnetic Fields and Wave, Signal Analysis and Processing, Electrical Machinery, Principles of Automatic Control, Principle & Application of Microcomputer & DSP, Power Electronic Technology I, Introduction to Electrical Apparatus and Their Application

Module courses 1:
Electric Power System Steady State Analysis, Power System Transient Analysis, Electric Elements of Power Plants, High Voltage Engineering, Relay Protection & Automatic Devices in Power System, Electric Power Economics, Power Information Technology

Module courses 2:
CAD of Modem Electric Machines, Modeling and Analysis of Electric Machines and Drives, Electromechanical Motion Control System, Computer Control of Electrical Equipment, Special Electrier Machines and Drive Technology, Components in Automatic Control System

Featured courses
Bilingual courses:
Application of DSP in Motor Control, Direct Current Transmission, Power System Operation and Control, Mechatronic Technology, Simulation of Electrical Machinery using Matlab, Modern Permanent Magnet Electric Machines Theory and Control, Programmable Controller System

Courses using original english textbooks:
Mechatronic Technology

Research-oriented course:
Direct Current Transmission, Theory and Application of Linear Motor

Innovation and practice-oriented course:
Design of Electric Machines and Drives, Project for Power System Analysis, Comprehensive Practice in Innovative Electronic Design

 

 

 

 



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