Course Title: Solve electrotechnical engineering problems
Part B: Course Detail
Teaching Period: Term2 2015
Course Code: EEET7061C
Course Title: Solve electrotechnical engineering problems
School: 130T Vocational Engineering
Campus: City Campus
Program: C6122 - Advanced Diploma of Electronics and Communications Engineering
Course Contact: Program Manager
Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9925 4468
Course Contact Email: email@example.com
Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff
Sukhvir Singh Judge
Phone: +61 3 9925 4470
Phone: +61 3 9925 4691
Phone: +61 3 9925 4308
Nominal Hours: 60
Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
This unit covers the application of calculations required to solve electrotechnical engineering problems. It encompasses working safely, applying problem solving techniques, using a range of mathematical processes and techniques to providing solutions to electrotechnical problems, and justifying such solutions.
Note: Typical electrotechnical problems are those encountered in meeting requirements in meeting performance requirements and compliance standards, revising systems operating parameters and dealing with system malfunctions
National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria
National Element Code & Title:
UEENEEE129A Solve electrotechnical engineering problems
1. Provide calculated solutions to electrotechnical engineering problems.
1.1 OHS procedures for a given work area are obtained and understood
2. Complete work and document calculated solutions to electrotechnical activities.
2.1 Justification for solutions used to solve electrotechnical engineering problems is documented for inclusion in work/project development records in accordance with professional standards.
Refer to Elements
Details of Learning Activities
This course is delivered in a cluster (Circuit Calculations / Computer Applications) in conjunction with UEENEEE129A (EEET7061C). You must enrol in both courses delivered in this cluster. All the learning and assessment activities will include the components of all competencies UEENEEE129A and UEENEED101A. Please refer to the course guide Part B for course UEENEEE129A (EEET7061C) for the learning activities and Engineers Australia Mapping Information.
Elements and Performance Criteria for UEENEED101A (COSC6144C)
1. Prepare to use computer applications.
1.1 OHS procedures for a given work area are identified, obtained and understood through established routines and procedures.
1.2 Established OHS risk control measures and procedures in relation to computer and keyboard use are followed.
1.3 Information required for the use of the application is obtained from appropriate sources.
1.4 Computer is started up and desktop icons are manipulated to access desired application, directories and files.
1.5 On-screen instructions in relation to any anomaly such as a virus warning are followed.
1.6 Help directory is used to resolve any straightforward start up or access issues or anomalies.
2. Use computer basic application.
2.1 Established OHS risk control measures and procedures for carrying out the work are followed.
2.2 Information is added, altered or deleted as needed in accordance with application user instructions.
2.3 Routine checks are made to ensure accuracy of information in accordance with quality requirements.
3. Output information from an application.
3.1 Completed files are stored appropriately in accordance with enterprise requirements.
3.2 Files are printed for a formal record and/or to forward to others.
3.3 Files are sent via email in a readable format.
4. Shut down computer.
4.1 Files are named, arranged, saved and backed up in accordance with enterprise requirements.
4.2 Computer shutdown procedures are followed and computer switched off.
You will involve in the following learning activities to meet requirements for the this competency and stage 1 competencies for Engineering Associates
- Classroom tutorial
Work simulation activities
Engineers Australia Mapping Information:
This course is mapped against stage 1 competencies for Engineering Associates developed by Engineers Australia as detailed below:
EA 1. Knowledge and Skill Base
EA1.1. Descriptive, formula-based understanding of the underpinning natural and physical sciences and the engineering fundamentals applicable to the practice area.
EA 1.2. Procedural-level understanding of the mathematics, numerical analysis, statistics, and computer and information sciences which underpin the practice area.
EA 1.3. In depth practical knowledge and skills within specialist sub-disciplines of the practice area.
EA 1.4. Discernment of engineering developments within the practice area.
EA 1.5. Knowledge of contextual factors impacting the practice area.
EA 1.6. Understanding of the scope, principles, norms, accountabilities and bounds of contemporary engineering practice in the area of practice.
EA 2. Engineering Application Ability
EA 2.1. Application of established technical and practical methods to the solution of well-defined engineering problems.
EA 2.2. Application of technical and practical techniques, tools and resources to well defined engineering problems.
EA 2.3. Application of systematic synthesis and design processes to well defined engineering problems.
EA 2.4. Application of systematic project management processes.
EA 3. Professional and Personal Attributes
EA 3.1. Ethical conduct and professional accountability.
EA 3.2. Effective oral and written communication in professional and lay domains.
EA 3.3. Creative, innovative and pro-active demeanour.
EA 3.4. Professional use and management of information.
EA 3.5. Orderly management of self, and professional conduct.
EA 3.6. Effective team membership and team leadership.
Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competencies are mapped with cluster of competencies UEENEEE129A and UEENEED101A in the Assessment Matrix.
The proposed teaching schedule for the competency is detailed below:
|Week||Topic Delivered||Elements / Performance Criteria|
|1||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving
|2||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Series circuits encompassing:
|3||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Series/parallel circuits encompassing:
|4||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
|5||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Magnetism and electromagnetism encompassing:
|6||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Electromagnetic induction encompassing:
factors required to induce an emf in a conductor
|7||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Sinusoidal alternating voltage and current encompassing:
|8||Practice test and revision||UEENEEE129A 1.1-1.3
|9||Closed book Test |
(worth 30% of total mark)
|10||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Test equipment encompassing:
|11||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Phase relationships in a.c. circuits encompassing:
|12||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Single-source resistive a.c. circuits of various frequencies encompassing:
|13||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Inductance in a.c. circuits encompassing:
|14||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Capacitance in a.c. circuits encompassing:
|15||Introduction to electrotechnical engineering problems involving|
Impedance in a.c. circuits encompassing:
|16||Practice Test and revision||UEENEEE129A 1.4-1.6
|17 & 18||Closed book Final Test |
(worth 50% of total mark)
Introductory Circuit Analysis, R.L. Boylestad
Principles of Electric Circuits, Th. L. Floyd
Resource materials will be available on S:\C6122\EEET7061C & myRMIT>Studies>EEET7061C
Overview of Assessment
The assessment is conducted in both theoretical and practical aspects of the course according to the performance criteria set in the National Training Package. Assessment may incorporate a variety of methods including written/oral activities and demonstration of practical skills to the relevant industry standards. Participants are advised that they are likely to be asked to personally demonstrate their assessment activities to their teacher/assessor. Feedback will be provided throughout the course. To successfully complete this course you will be required to demonstrate competency in each assessment task detailed under Assessment Tasks:
Assessment 1: Assignment (Part A – 5%, Part B – 15%)
Weighting towards final grade (%): 20
Assessment 2: Written Test
Weighting towards final grade (%): 30
Assessment 3: Written Final Test
Weighting towards final grade (%): 50
These tasks assesses the following Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs):
Assessment Mapping Matrix
|Element/Performance Criteria Covered||Assignment||Written Test||Written Final Test|
- Assignment 20%
- Test 30%
- Final Test 50%
This course is graded as Competent or Not Yet Competent and subsequently the following course grades are allocated:
80 - 100: CHD - Competent with High Distinction
70 - 79: CDI - Competent with Distinction
60 - 69: CC - Competent with Credit
50 - 59: CAG - Competency Achieved - Graded
0 - 49: NYC - Not Yet Competent
DNS - Did Not Submit for Assessment.
Assessment vs UEENEEE129A Elements & Performance Criteria
|UEENEEE129A Elements & Performance Criteria|
Assessment vs Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competencies
|Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competencies|
|0 (Blank)||Graduate attribute is not assessed.|
|1||Graduate attribute is assessed in at least one, but less than one-third, of the Element.|
|2||Graduate attribute is assessed in at least one third, but less than two-thirds, of the Element.|
|3||Graduate attribute is assessed in more than two-thirds of the Element.|
|UEENEED101A Elements & Performance Criteria|
|Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competencies|
|0(Blank)||Graduate attribute is not assessed.|
|1||Graduate attribute is assessed in at least one, but less than one-third, of the Element|
|2||Graduate attribute is assessed in at least one third, but less than two-thirds, of the Element|
|3||Graduate attribute is assessed in more than two-thirds of the Element|
Other information: This course is delivered in a cluster (Solve Electrical Engineering Problems- UEENEEE129A) in conjunction with (Use Computer Applications relevant to workplace-UEENEED101A). All the learning and assessment activities will include the components of both UEENEEE129A and UEENEED101A In this cluster, minimum student directed hours are 44 in addition to 36 scheduled teaching hours. Student directed hours involve completing activities such as reading online resources, assignments, individual student-teacher course-related consultations.
Credit Transfer and/or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL):
You may be eligible for credit towards courses in your program if you have already met the learning/competency outcomes through previous learning and/or industry experience. To be eligible for credit towards a course, you must demonstrate that you have already completed learning and/or gained industry experience that is:
Satisfies the learning/competency outcomes of the course
Please refer to http://www.rmit.edu.au/students/enrolment/credit to find more information about credit transfer and RPL.
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- Assignment writing, thesis writing and study skills advice
- Maths and science developmental support and advice
- English language development
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If you are suffering from long-term medical condition or disability, you should contact Disability Liaison Unit to seek advice and support to complete your studies.
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