ELECTRIC CIRCUITS I

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Course Code: 
63211
Course Outline: 

 

ELECTRIC CIRCUITS  I

63211

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

 

 

Semester

 

Teaching Methods

 

Credits

3

 

Lecture

 

Rec.

 

Lab.

 

Project

Work

 

HW

 

 

Other

 

Total

 

Credit

 

ECTS

Credit

 

44

-

-

20

20

 

16

100

3

4

Language

 

English

Compulsory /

Elective

 

Compulsory

 

Prerequisites

 

(22102)

 

Course

Contents

 

Useful techniques of circuit analyses. Inductance and capacitance .Source-free RL and RC circuits. The application of the unit-step forcing functions. The RLC circuit.  

Course

Objectives

 

To build an understanding of concepts and ideas related to solving electric circuits. To introduce transient analyses of electric circuits.

Learning

Outcomes and

Competences

 

Practical perspective examples and design problems are solved. Understanding the different techniques of circuit analyses. Learning the analyses of transient condition of electric circuits.

Textbook and

/or References

 

Engineering circuit analysis. William H.Hayt; Jr.-Jack E.Kemmekly. McGraw-Hill

Electric circuits, James W. Nilsson. Addison- Wesely publishing company.  

 

Assessment

Criteria

 

 

If any, mark

as (X)

 

Percent

(%)

 

Midterm Exams

 

X

 

40

Quizzes

 

 

 

Homeworks

 

X

10

Projects

 

 

 

Term Paper

 

 

 

Laboratory Work

 

 

 

Other

 

 

 

Final Exam

 

X

 

50

Instructors

 

Assist. Prof. Dr. Maher Khammash, maherkh@najah.edu

Week

 

Subject

 

1

EXPERIMENTAL LAWS AND SIMPLE CIRCUITS: Ohm's law. Kirchhof's laws. Analysis of a single loop circuit.   Voltage and current division.

2

Useful techniques of circuit analysis: Nodal analysis. Mesh analysis.

3

Useful techniques of circuit analysis: Linearity and superposition, source transformations.

4

Useful techniques of circuit analysis: Thevenin and Norton equivalents.

5

MIDTERM EXAM 1

6

INDUCTANCE AND CAPACITANCE: Integral relationships for the inductor and the capacitor. Inductance and capacitance combinations.

7

SOURCE- FREE RL AND RC CIRCUITS: RL circuit. Properties of the exponential response. RC circuit. 

8

SOURCE- FREE RL AND RC CIRCUITS: Tutorial problems.

9

 THE APPLICATION OF THE UNIT-STEP FORCING FUNCTION: The unit step forcing function. The natural and step response of RL circuits. Tutorial problems.

10

THE NATURAL AND STEP RESPONSES:  RC circuits. Tutorial problems.

11

MIDTERM EXAM II

12

THE RLC CIRCUITS: The source-free parallel circuit The overdamped parallel RLC circuit. Critical damping. The underdamped parallel RLC circuit.Tutorial problems.

13

THE RLC CIRCUITS: The source free series RLC circuit. Tutorial problems.

14

THE RLC CIRCUITS: The complete response of the RLC circuit. Tutorial problems.