SF Current Electricity
Resistors, power dissipation, voltage dividers, voltage and current sources, Circuit analysis methods, Thevenin's theorem and Norton's theorem. Capacitors and R-C circuits. Review of electromagnetic induction, mutual inductance and self-inductance. R-L circuits and L-R-C circuits. AC circuits, phasor diagrams, reactance, resonance, transformers and complex representation of reactance. R-C integration and differentiation, R-C low and high pass filters and active filters. Operational Amplifier
- Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, Charles K. Alexander and Matthew N. O. Sadiku, 4th edition, McGRAW-HILL
- Electronics Fundamentals, Thomas L. Floyd and David M. Buchla, 8th edition, Pearson/Prentice Hall
- University Physics, Young and Freedman, 12th edition, Addison-Wesley
- Fundamental Electrical and Electronic Principles, Christopher R Robertson, 3rd edition, Elsevier
- The Art of Electronics, Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill, 2nd edition, Cambridge
On successful completion of this module, the student will be able to:
- Understand the concept of ideal basic circuit elements, i.e. resistors, capacitors, inductors and voltage/current sources, and their respective current ï¿½voltage, voltage-current and energy relationships for dc and ac analysis.
- Understand Ohmï¿½s law and the Kirchhoffï¿½s voltage and current laws (KVL and KCL) and therefore understand and apply the nodal and mesh methods to analyze circuits.
- Understand the concepts and approaches of the circuit theorems (Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits, source transformations, and superposition) and apply them to linear circuits for dc and ac analysis.
- Develop and solve the differential equation for the transient response of RL and RC circuits.
- Understand the sinusoidal steady-state analysis methods in time and frequency domains using the phasor concept with complex and diagram representations and understand the concepts of impedance, reactance, admittance and susceptance, and perform power calculations and und understand three phase power distribution.
- 1 - Basics Concepts
- 2 - Analysis Methods
- 3 - Circuit Theorems
- 4 - Capacitors and Inductors
- 5 - Transient: First-order circuits
- 6 - Transient: Second-order circuits
- 7 - Sinusoids and Phasors
- 8 - AC Steady State Analysis
- 9 - AC Power Analysis
- 10 - Magnetically Coupled Circuits
- 11 - Frequency Response
- 12 - Review
- 13 - Appendix - Three-Phase Analysis
- 14 - Summary
PSpice: Design and simulate analog and digital circuits. (Download, Electronics Lab)