حسين محمد مهدي باصي

منهج مادة الدوائر الكهربائية 2


Classes start on 27/10/1434 - 4/9/2013

Instructor:

Hussain Bassi, Assistant Professor

http://hmbassi.kau.edu.sa/

Office Room and Hours: 5-103, Monday and Wednesday 9-11 am

Text book:      C. K. Alexander & M. N. Sadiqu, Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 4th ed., Mc-Graw-Hill, 2009 – ISBN-10: 0077263197 | ISBN-13: 978-0077263195

Supplementary references:

James Nilson & Susan Riedel, “Electric Circuits”, 9th ed., Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008 - ISBN-10: 0136114997 | ISBN-13: 978-0136114994 

Class Room and Time:

                        Room 5-102,  Monday and Wednesday 11am -12:20 pm

http://hmbassi.kau.edu.sa/Pages-Syllabus-Electrical-Circuit-II.aspx

Objectives: 

    On successful completion of this course, student will be able to:

  1. Analyse the three-phase systems
  2. Identify the two types of resonance circuits
  3. Analyse electric circuits with magnetically-coupled elements
  4. Express circuit elements into Laplace domain
  5. Evaluate the Fourier series coefficients of periodic signals
  6. Express the Fourier transform of non-periodic signals mathematically
  7. Evaluate the convolution integral form of two signals
  8. Evaluate the convolution integral to find the response of electrical circuits
  9. Express the graphical method of the convolution integral to find the electrical circuit response

10.  Distinguish between one-port and two-port networks

11.  Evaluate the different parameters of two-port networks

12.  Analyse the terminated and non-terminated two-port networks

 

Contents:

1-      Three-phase circuits

2-      Magnetically-coupled circuits

3-      Transient analysis via the conventional

4-      Laplace methods.

5-      Mutual inductance resonance circuits.

6-      Response of first-second order RLC circuits

7-      Fourier analysis with applications to circuits

8-      Two-port circuits

Course Outcomes:

A-Knowledge:  

    On successful completion of this course, student will be able to:

1-      Define and apply basic terms and relationships involving inductance and capacitance.

2-      Define transient analysis via the conventional

3-      Define Laplace methods.

4-      Define locus diagram

5-      Define mutual inductance resonance circuits.

6-      Define response of first-second order rlc circuits

7-      Define two-port circuits

B-Cognitive Skills:

    On successful completion of this course, student will be able to:

1-      Evaluate the steady-state conditions of electric circuits based on the circuit configurations.

2-      Assess the transient response of first-order and second-order circuits.

3-      Analyse solutions for improving the performance of circuits.

4-      Analyse linear circuits containing operational amplifiers.

5-      Analyse first-order and second-order circuits to determine the complete circuit response.

C- Interpersonal skills and responsibilities:

    On successful completion of this course, student will be able to:

1-      Evaluate and apply basic electrical laws, components, definitions, and units.

2-      Act to formulate circuit equations.

3-      Evaluate the important variables in electric circuits.

4-      Complete the  two-port model representation for resistive electrical networks and to use two port nodes

 

D- Analysis and communication:

    On successful completion of this course, student will be able to:

  1. Communicate effectively.
  2. Seek appraise information from a wide range of sources.
  3. Collaborate and innovate in problem solving.
  4. Manage time and resources

Assessment methods for the above elements

1-      Written exams (mid-term & final) to assess understanding and scientific knowledge

2-      Assignments and Quiz to assess ability to solve problems and analyse results independently

3-      Report to assess practical, and presentation skills

Grading system:

Quizzes                                                   25 %

Assignments and participation                  10 %

Course Project or Reports                       20 %

Mid-term exam                                        20 %

Final exam                                               25 %

Total                                                     100 %

 

Course Policies:

  1. There will be a 5-min quiz in every lecture.
  2. No quiz will be turned in after the first five minutes in each class.
  3. Cheating means zero for everyone involved fully or partially in the cheating.
  4.  All participations are getting an alarm five minutes in advance.
  5. Course Project or Reports to be determined later (TBD). For now, learn MATLAB and PSpice.
  6. Bring your calculator every time you come to class
  7. Write CLEARLY in pencil or you will lose some points.
  8. Round your answers to two decimal points.

Course Contribution to professional Component

Engineering Science:   100%

Engineering Design:    0 %


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