NAME OF COURSE/MODULE: ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING
COURSE CODE: KEE2343
NAME(S) OF ACADEMIC STAFF: Ir. Dr. Abu Bakar Hasan
RATIONALE FOR THE INCLUSION OF THE COURSE/MODULE IN THE PROGRAMME: This subject sets the foundation and concepts in electrical power engineering.
SEMESTER AND YEAR OFFERED: SEM 3/ YEAR 2
TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT) FACE TO FACE TOTAL GUIDED AND INDEPENDENT LEARNING
L = Lecture

T = Tutorial

P = Practical

O= Others

L

42

T

 

12

P

 

0

O

0

 

Guided: 54 Hours

Independent Learning: 66 Hours

Total: 120 Hours

CREDIT VALUE: 3
PREREQUISITE (IF ANY): NONE
OBJECTIVES: Understand the theory behind electrical power devices and systems.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

CLO1: Analyse the problems using related essential concepts, principles and theories (C4-PO1)

CLO2: Display the ability to solve the problems related to power electrical engineering (P4)

CLO3; Demonstrate the ability to communicate and explain the concepts of power electrical engineering (A3)

TRANSFERABLE SKILLS: Students should be able to develop problem solving skills through a process of lectures.
TEACHING-LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGY: Teaching-learning strategy:

The course will be taught through formal lectures.

 

Assessment strategy:

i.Formative

ii.Summative

SYNOPSIS:

 

This course introduces students to some fundamental topics and clear explanation of basic concepts and principles electrical and electrical power technology.
MODE OF DELIVERY: Lecture and Tutorial
ASSESSMENT METHODS AND TYPES:
A. Continuous Assessment (50%)
Category Percentage
•       Quiz/Tutorial

•       One Assignment Based on Aqli-

Naqli Integration

•        Mid-Term Test

 

10%

2%

 

38%

 

B. FINAL EXAMINATION (50%)
i.          Examination 50% ·    Structured and essay type questions
MAIN REFERENCES SUPPORTING THE COURSE Edward Hughes: Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Prentice Hall, 2005.
ADDITIONAL REFERENCES SUPPORTING THE COURSE Theodore Wildi: Electrical Machines, Drives and Power Systems, Pearson, 2014