EE 155 Circuits I & II Lab

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COURSE DESCRIPTION


El Eng 155
--

Circuits Analysis Laboratory I & II

(Offered Fall semesters)

Substitutes for EE 152 and 154 which are required


Catalog Description:


[Lab 2.0] A combination of El Eng 152 and 154. Prere
quisites: Preceded or
accompanied by El Eng 153, passing grade on EE Advancement Exam I. A student
who drops El Eng 153 must also drop El Eng 155.


Prerequisites by topic:


Basic circuit analysis and transient circuit analysis


Textbooks and other requi
red material:

Electrical Engineering Dept.,
Introductory Circuits Laboratory Manual,
Barnes &
Noble, 1999.


Course objectives:


1.

Develop familiarity with rudimentary measurement equipment
--
signal generators,
oscilloscopes.

2.

Develop the ability to trouble
-
sh
oot.

3.

Gain experience in the documentation of measurements and procedures as well as
the preparation of formal reports.

4.

Learn how to use basic circuit simulators (notably Pspice)


Topics covered:


1.

Electrical Safety, Expectations for written lab notebooks
and formal reports,
Video demonstration on oscilloscope usage. (1/2 week)

2.

Basic Oscilloscope Operation: Including single and dual trace operation,
triggering, attenuation, input filtering, time range expansion (1 3/4 weeks)

3.

Analog and digital meters (1/2
week)

4.

Resistive networks, including Pspice simulation and bridge circuits (1
-
1/2 weeks)

5.

Capacitors and inductors including quality factor, dissipation, mutual inductance,
determination of voltage
-
current relations by examining time domain response of
RC an
d RL circuits (2 weeks)

6.

Transient response of an RC circuit using Pspice (1/2 week)

7.

DC power supply: Including the difference between full and half wave rectifiers,
filters, and zener diode voltage regulation (1 weeks)

8.

Advanced Oscilloscope Operation and
Applications: Including RMS and average
values, determining transformer polarities, determining VI curves for a diode,
frequency response of single and cascade RC networks, how RC networks can act
as integrators and differentiators. (3 weeks)

9.

Frequency Res
ponse using Pspice (1/2 week)

10.

Additional Advanced Oscilloscope Operation and Applications: When to use AC
or DC coupling, using the XY plotter capability to display the VI characteristics
of an ordinary semiconductor diode, separating the DC and AC parts o
f a signal,
measuring the delay of an electromechanical relay. (1
-
1/2 weeks)

11.

Resonance: Including the determination of quality factor and half power
bandwidth for a series RLC circuit (1/2 week)

12.

Safety Quiz and Exams (1
-
1/4 weeks)


Class/laboratory schedul
e:


Two 1
-
hour and 50
-
minute laboratories/week. Students work in teams of 2 to 3
students.


Contribution of course to meeting the professional component:




The subject of the course is an engineering science with some of the trouble
shooting aspects of de
sign incorporated as problems are encountered.



Students are introduced to safety practices in working with electrical equipment



Many of the measurement procedures are based on concepts introduced in the
circuit theory courses (Circuits I and II) combined w
ith reasonable engineering
approximations.



Students are introduced to fundamental measurement capabilities of
oscilloscopes.


Relationship of course to program objectives:



EE

Objective

Course Objective

Comments

1

2

3

4

1

S

S



Teams of 2 or 3 studen
ts, opportunity for frequent
interaction with instructor

2


M

M


Troubleshooting is often the result of exchanging
ideas with others, and lab notebooks as well as
formal reports hone communications skills

3




W

Use of academic versions of commercial sty
le
circuit simulation software

4




W

Discussion of expectations for written experimental
documentation, for notebooks as well as formal
reports, and appropriate citations for work
performed by others whether published or not.



Prepared by:

Richard E.
DuBroff



Date:
11/12/01