Parallel Circuits

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Revised 4/99

COURSE SYLLABUS GUIDE

COURSE TITLE AND NUMBER


ELET 143 Basic Electrical Theory

CREDIT HOURS
-

5


Semester:
Fall




Office Number:
Canyon 113B

Instructor:

Ben Bartlett





Office Hours:
Monday through
Friday 7:30


8 AM

Office Phone:
Extension 6324

E
-
Mai
l Address
: bbartlett@csi.edu

1.

Course Description:

Basic electrical fundamentals, direct and alternating current circuits, LCR
networks, electrical circuit components, meter circuits, and test equipment


2.

Pre
-
requisites: None


3.

Required Textbooks and Supplies
:



Floyd’s “Electric Circuits” text book


Scientific Calculator


Graph paper, 1” squares, linear



Compass for making circles


Protractor for measuring angles


Straight edge, such as a 12” ruler


4.

Expected Outcomes:
Student will gain knowledge and skill n
ecessary to understand the
following concepts, and use those concepts in assembling, testing, analyzing, and/or
troubleshooting electrical circuits:


Schematic Diagrams and Schematic Symbol Identification

Pictorial representation of circuits

Schematic symb
ols of electronic components used in circuit

Schematic diagram showing how circuit is wired

Identification of Basic Electrical Terms

Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power,

Fixed Resistors


resistor color code

Variable Resistors


Rheostats, Potentiometers

DC Voltage Sources

Series Connected


Aiding and Opposing

Parallel Connected Voltage Sources

Effects of connecting in Series
-
Parallel combination





Revised 4/99

Identifying Types of Switches

SPST toggle switches, DPST switch, DPDT switch

Rotary Function Selector switc
hes

Momentary Contact Push Button switch

Other miscellaneous switches, and switching concepts

Ohm’s Law

Basic relationship of Current, Voltage, and Resistance in a circuit

Use of Ohm’s Law in analysis and troubleshooting of circuits

Series Circuits

Factor
s affecting total resistance, current flow, voltages, and power in a series
circuit

Troubleshooting series circuits

Parallel Circuits

Factors affecting total resistance, current flow, voltage, and power, of a parallel
circuit

Troubleshooting parallel circ
uit

Series
-
Parallel Circuits

Factors affecting total resistance, current flow, voltage, and power of a series
-
parallel circuit

Troubleshooting series
-
parallel circuits

Voltage Divider Circuits

Unloaded , and Loaded Voltage Divider Circuit Analysis

Troubles
hooting in Voltage Divider Circuits

Current Divider Circuits


Ideal Current Sources, Practical Current Sources, Troubleshooting Current
Divider Circuits

Voltage and Current Divider Circuits

Applications of voltage and current divider circuits

Troubleshooti
ng in voltage and current divider circuits

Meter Circuits

DC ammeter, DC voltmeter, DC Ohmmeter

Loading effect, and Insertion effect


5.

Outcomes Assessment:

Successful completion of the course will be evidenced by the ability to use the
information gained to

better understand subsequent topics, and by successfully
completing the exams and other assignments, given during the course of the program.










Revised 4/99

6.

Policies and Procedures:


1.

Attendance policy


Students are expected to attend every class session and lab
session. Students are expected to be in
class at the prescribed time. Attendance is determined by a combination of time cards, and instructor
observation, with the time cards being the main method of keeping attendance. However, coming in
late, and/or

leaving early, as observed by the instructor, will be counted as tardy.


2.

Hours of lecture each week


approximately 7 ½ hours

3.

Hours of lab each week


none (lab is a separate listing)

4.

Required assignments


Homework assignments count for 25% of grade

5.

La
te policy


Student is considered late 6 minutes after the scheduled start
of class

6.

Plagiarism statement


Student must do his/her own work, when
composing reports, or other research projects. All research material,
whether from Internet, Library, Magazin
e sources, or other printed media,
must be indicated by references in the document. All references must be
complete enough to allow validation by the instructor. Any violations of
this policy (for example, copying of someone else’s material) will be
puni
shable, up to, and including, dismissal from the program.


7.

Grading Practices:

1.

Testing procedure


tests will be given on a periodic basis, generally once
a week, depending on subject matter, and will normally be ‘open notes’
type tests. Some tests , howev
er, will require memorization of the
material, and will be ‘closed notes’, ‘closed book’ tests.

2.

Grading Scale




90% to 100% = A


80% to 89.9% = B


70% to 79.9% = C




60% to 69.9%

= D


below 60% = F

3.

Attendance and Punctuality


Effect on Grade

Student must maintain 60% or higher on quiz grades, to pass, no matter what the
overall average is. Instructor also may adjust the grade up or down based on
attendan
ce and punctuality. Any student who misses more than the equivalent of 5
class sessions will begin to lose points. Each absense beyond the fifth absense will
lower the numerical grade by 2 points. Each time the student is tardy 1 point will be
deducted

from the grade, after the total of 5 class sessions are missed. Therefore, 2
tardies count as 1 absence.


Example: Student misses 4 complete days (4 absenses), and has 3 tardies. Each of
the absenses count 2 points (4 x 2 = 8), and each tardy counts
1 point (3 x 1 = 3), so
total points deducted from the students grade is 11
-

10 (5 class periods free) = 1
point


Revised 4/99




So, if the student has a 74.5 % , his/her adjusted grade is now 74.5
-

1 = 73.5 %


8.

Library Use if Applicable:
-

none assigned


9.

Topical Outl
ine for the Course


Schematic Diagrams and Schematic Symbol Identification

Identification of Basic Electrical Terms

DC Voltage Sources

Identifying Types of Switches

Ohm’s Law

Series Circuits

Parallel Circuits

Series
-
Parallel Circuits

Voltage Divider Circui
ts

Current Divider Circuits

Voltage and Current Divider Circuits

Meter Circuits