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Course Syllabus

Second Semester 2009- 2010


Course Title:

Electrical circuits –II

Course Number:

ENRE212

Department:

Energy Engineering

Designation:

Compulsory

Prerequisite(s):

ENRE 211- Electrical Circuits-1

Time:


Mon, Wed: 15:30-17:00

Class Room:

B203

Instructor:

Dr. Omar R. Daoud







odaoud@puspc.com

www.oamr.puspc.com

^ Course description:



In this course, students will learn the second important part of electrical circuit fundamentals that are required for electrical engineers. The course will offer knowledge on alternating current determination, 3-phase circuits, magnetically coupled circuits, s-Domain analysis, complex frequency, filters and one port and two-port networks

Textbook(s):

William H. Hayt, Jack E. Kemmerly, and Steven M. Durbin, Engineering Circuit Analysis, Sixth Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2002, ISBN 0-07-228364-5, website:

http://www.mhhe.com/hayt6e

^ Other required material:

1) Lecture notes.

2) References ( H.U library).

Course objectives:


^ The student should be able to

- understand AC circuits having RLC elements.

- solve AC circuits for voltage, current and power calculations.

- have a good background about 3-phase AC circuits and their voltage, current and power calculations.

- understand magnetically coupled circuits and linear transformers.

- analyze circuits in the S-domain (Laplace transform) to determine the time and frequency domain responses.

- understand active filters (LPF, HPF, and BPF) and resonant circuits.

- understand two port networks and calculation of Z,Y, and h-parameters.

^ Topics covered:

Designation

Topic

Chap.



Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis

Sinusoidal functions , average value, effective value ,phasors, phasor relations for RLC, impedance, admittance, phasor diagrams.

10




AC Circuit Power Analysis

Instantaneous power, average power active power, apparent power , power factor and complex power.

11




Three-phase circuits

single-phase 3-wire system, 3-phase system, Y-connection, delta-connection, power in 3-phase circuits.

12




Magnetically coupled circuits:


Mutual inductance, energy considerations, transformers, magnetically coupled circuit equivalent and analysis.

13




Damped sinusoid forcing function

types of responses, Laplace Transform, Inverse transform.

14




circuit analysis in the s-domain

Z(S), Y(S), frequency response, parallel resonance, serial resonance, Bode diagrams, Filters.

15-16




One-port and two-port networks:

Network impedance, Y-parameters, Z-parameters, Hybrid circuit model.

17













^ Class/laboratory schedule:

3-class sessions each week; 50 minutes each.

or 2-class sessions each week; 75 minutes each.


Grading Plan:

First Exam

(20 Points)

Will be announced

Second Exam

(20 Points)

Will be announced

Homework and Quizzes

(25 points)




Final Exam

(40 Points)

Will be announced by the registrar















^ Professional Component

Course Contribution

General Education

Critical and creative thinking in the application of knowledge.

Basic Science and Mathematics

Introduction to phasors, complex numbers, Laplace transform, complex frequency and time domain representation.

Engineering Science

Ac circuit analysis, three phase systems, transformers, filters, one and two port networks.

Engineering Design

Building electrical circuits for different applications.





^ Course contribution:


Relationship to program outcomes:



ABET a-m




^ EE Program Outcomes


a



Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

b



Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

c



Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs.

d




Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams

e



Ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.

f




Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

g




Ability to communicate effectively.

h



Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.

i




Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

j



Knowledge of contemporary electrical engineering issues.

k



Ability to use techniques, skills and tools in engineering practice.

l




Knowledge of advanced math including differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables, discrete math, differential and integral calculus.

m




Knowledge of probability and statistics including their applications in communication theory.



Supporting Materials:


1- Electric Circuits, James W. Nilsson , Susan Riedel , Prentice Hall; 7 edition, 2004.

2- Schaum's Outline of Electric Circuits, Mahmood Nahvi , Joseph A. Edminister, McGraw-Hill; 4 edition, 2002.

3- Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology,John Bird, Newnes; 3 edition , 2007.


Prepared by:

Dr. Omar Daoud

Date:

15/ 02/ 2010




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