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EENG 311 Electrical machines
Department: BSc Electro-Mechanical Engineering
Module Description: This module introduces students to the fundamental concepts and principles of operation of various types of electrical machines. To equip the students with basic experimental and modelling skills for handling problems associated with electrical machines. To develop an appreciation of design and operational problems in the electrical power industry.
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