ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1_12026105

12026105 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 1                                        3(3-0-6)

PREREQUISITE : 12026002? ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1

This course includes the following topics: modern physics, DC and AC circuit analysis , Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s law, nodal and mesh analysis, Thevenin’s and Norton’s theories, superposition, The elements are analyzed in the circuits as the first and second order circuits. All the responses in the transient and steady states are also described. The phasor is also introduced in the subject, which simplifies the analysis of the first and second order circuits, especially in the AC steady state. Average power and power factor calculation, relations of average power and power factors, power factor correction, linear and ideal transformers and three phases circuits are studied.

Required textbooks:

  1. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits (6th edition) by Charles Alexander, Matthew Sadiku

Reference textbooks (not required):

  1. Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits by Anant Agarwal, Jeffrey Lang
  2. Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, 11th Edition 11th Edition, by J. David Irwin , Robert M. Nelms
  3. Engineering Circuit Analysis 8th Edition by William H. Hayt, Jack Kemmerly , Steven M. Durbin

Useful Material: LTspice How it work , Download LTspice

Updated 11/2019 :  codes for 1st order 1.ch7ex4  2. ch7ex5 3. ch7ex6 (using : save as)

Grading :
Quizzes&Attending Class : 10 points (2 times+ Attending), HW&Lab : 10 points (LTspice IV or ), Midterm : 40 points, Final : 40 points
Topics Reading
1. Introduction to Electrical Circuit Lecture1
2. Basic Laws : Ohm’s, KCL, KVL Lecture2
3. Methods of Analysis : Node, Mesh Lecture3
4. Circuit Theorems : Superposition, Source Transformation, Thevenin’s, Norton’s Lecture4
5. Operational Amplifiers Lecture5
6. Capacitors and Inductors Lecture6
7. First-Order Circuits : RC, RL Circuit Lecture7
8. Second-Order Circuits : RLC Circuit Lecture8
9. AC Circuits: Sinusoids and Phasors&Sinusoidal Steady-State Analysis Lecture9
10. Three-Phase Circuits, transformers Lecture10