Purpose of the discipline:
The purpose of teaching the course "Basic of Electrical Engineering and Electronics" is to develop cadets systematic knowledge of the basics of electrical engineering and electronics. they need in their professional activities in air traffic control.
The task of studying the discipline "Basic of Electrical Engineering and Electronics" is the formation of future specialists complex engineering knowledge:
- basic laws of electric circuits of direct, alternating single-phase and three-phase currents, magnetic circuits;
- design, principles of operation and technical characteristics of electric machines of direct current with alternating currents;
- basics of semiconductor devices and radio-electronic devices based on them;
- the basic properties of radio waves, features of their formation and propagation;
- basic types of aviation antennas, their design and basic characteristics.
As a result of studying the discipline, the student must
• basic laws and ratios in DC and AC circuits, magnetic circuits; • principle of operation and construction of transformers, generators, electric motors of direct and alternating current and their main characteristics; • the principle of operation and construction of electrical measuring devices of different systems; • harmonic, pulse and modulated signals; • basic characteristics of semiconductor devices and principles of radio-electronic structure on computing devices based on them; • basic properties of radio waves, features of their formation and propagation; • the main types of aerials and their main characteristics.
• understand electrical and simple electronic circuits; • calculate the simplest DC and AC circuits; • apply knowledge of basic concepts and laws of electrical engineering and electronics in the study of subjects "Airport electrical equipment", "Avionics", "Aircraft systems" and "Equipment and technical equipment for the ATS"; • use electrical measuring instruments to measure electrical quantities.
To be aware of: the development of electrical engineering and electronics in compatible industries.