Electrical Circuits 1

 | Post date: 2020/02/12 | 
(Department)  Biomedical Engineering         (Division)       -
 
 (Level and Major) bachelor
 

Course Title Electrical Circuits 1
 
Number of Credits       3             Prerequisite Physics 2 , differential equations
 
Lecturer -
 


Course Description -
 
 Course Goals and Objectives
 
The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with the basic concepts and analysis of first- and second-order electrical circuits in the field of time and frequency.
 
Course Topics        
Famous functions:
         Constant Function, Sine, Single Step, Pulse, Impulse, Slope, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Derivative and Integral of Functions
DC circuits
Basic definitions and concepts (electric charge, electric current, voltage, power - Ohm's law - node definition, home, branch)
Basic Rules in Electrical Circuits (Kirschf KVL and KCL Rules), Star-Triangle Transform
Circuit Analysis Methods (Nodal Analysis, Home Analysis, Electrical Circuit Analysis with PSpice)
Circuit Theories (Summary of Works (Principles of Interchange), Resource Conversion, Thunton-Norton Equivalent Circuits, Maximum Power Transfer)
Operational Amplifier (Ideal Amplifier, Analysis of Different Arrays with Operational Amplifier, Real Amplifier, Analysis of Amplifier Circuits with PSpice)
6.6 Capacitors and Inductors, Co-current in Electric Circuits
1-7 first order circuits (RL and RC circuits analysis (zero input response, zero state response and full response), step response and impact response of first order circuits, transient mode analysis of first order circuits with PSpice
1-8 Analysis of RLC Circuits (Zero Input Response, Zero State Response and Full Response), Step Secondary Circuit Response, Second Order Circuit Impact Response, Operational Amplifier and Second Order Circuits, Transient State Analysis of Second Order Circuits with Pspice and Convolution
    2- AC circuits
Characteristics of the Sine Functions and the Concept of Physics - R, L and C-impedance Physical Relationships and Kirschf's Laws in the Frequency Domain
Sine steady state analysis (Steady state response to sinusoidal stimulation functions - Home node analysis in frequency domain - Interference principle, Tunn and Norton equivalent frequency and circuits conversion - Frequency amplifier - AC circuits - AC conversion function - AC analysis function with PSpice)
Power analysis of AC circuits (Instantaneous Power - Average Power - Effective Value of Function - Maximum Power Transfer in AC Circuits - Apparent Power and Power Factor - Mixed Power)
Coupling: Magnetic Coupling Circuit-Transformer-T-Model-π Model-Primary-Secondary Transition
 
 
Reading Resources
1- C. K. Alexander & M. Sadiku, “Fundamentals of Electric Circuits”, McGraw-Hill, 2012.
2- R. C. Dorf & J. A. Svoboda,” Introduction to Electric Circuits”, John Wiley & Sons, 2014
3- W. H. Hayt & E. Kemmerly,” Engineering Circuit Analysis”, McGraw-Hill, 2012.
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