EFH-103 Applied Mathematics and Sciences for the Electrical Trade
34 hours lecture, 5 hours shop
This course encompasses a review of algebra and trigonometry, with and without calculators, as it pertains to electrical applications. The curriculum is presented in the context of electrical applications in the field and are required of industry. In addition, instruction encompasses an introduction to the basic properties of thermal energy including heat transfer in solids, liquids and gases with the goal of performing heat loss calculations in residential buildings in order to size electric heating.
- Admission to the Electrician Foundation Harmonized Program
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