A catalogue of modules and programmes available from the School of Electronic and Communications Engineering.
Module Details: ELEC1600
This module is a prerequsite for EESY2601, and is not a corequisite for any other module.
|Code||ELEC1600||The unique code for this module.|
|Name||Electrical Systems||The name of this module.|
|ECTS||10||The number of credits awarded for successful completion of this module.|
|School||School of Control Systems and Electrical Engineering||The School responsible for this module.|
|Level||Honours Degree (NQAI level 8)||The level of programmes that normally use this module.|
|Stage||1||The programme stage at which this module is normally given.|
|Duration||26 weeks||The time that this module usually lasts.|
|Prerequisite||Codes of any modules that must be completed before this module can be started.|
|Corequisite||Codes of any modules that must be taken at the same time as this one.|
|Author||Mick McKeever, Colm Murray, Dermot Breen||The person who wrote the module descriptor.|
|Keywords||Electric Circuits||The areas that this module is related to.|
|Description||This module is an introduction to circuit theory. It is designed to develop an understanding of d.c and a.c. circuit theory. The module covers a wide range of theory relating to solving circuit theory problems. The module starts with an introduction to the fundamentals of circuit theory and the know-how and skills learnt are utilised throughout the module to solve circuit problems. An introduction to basic electromagnetic theory is included in the module.||A brief description of the module.|
|Revision||20 Sep 2007||The date of last revision of this information.|
|LectureHrs||2 hours/week||The number of hours per week of lectures for this module.|
|TutorialHrs||As needed||The number of hours per week of tutorials for this module.|
|LabHrs||2 hours/week||The number of hours per week of practical laboratory work for this module.|
|Descriptor||ELEC1600.pdf (uploaded 15 Nov 2006)||Full details of the module.|
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