Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

31-413-353 022724 Electricity-Basic

Outline of Instruction

Course Information

Description | 31-413-353 ELECTRICITY-BASIC ...basic electricity: fundamental laws and circuit analysis. (Prerequisites: Accepted into Electrical Power Distribution) |
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Total Credits | 1 |

Prior Learning Assessments

None

Course Competencies

- Define, and explain the structure of an atom and its relationship to the electron theory.
- Define the key concepts of voltage, current, and resistance.
- Explain the interrelationship of voltage, current, resistance, and power as described by "Ohm's Law," and apply them to solve for unknown electrical values
- Define and describe resistance, and the common types of resistors used in electrical circuitry.
- Describe the relationship between magnetism and electricity
- Apply the basic electric meters, to measure the electrical values of voltage, current, and resistance.
- Identify the characteristics of, and analyze, a DC series circuit.
- Identify the characteristics of, and analyze, a DC parallel circuit
- Analyze a DC compound circuit

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