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Identification

Subject

(code, title, credits)

EENG
-
301

-

Circuits Theory

4 credits

Department

Program

(
)

Term

Fall

2013

Instructor

ShahmerdanAmirov

E
-
mai
l:

amirov1960@list.ru

Phone:

(+99450) 410
-
0520

Classroom/hours

203N Monday 15:10
-

18:00

Office hours

Monday 13:40
-

15:00

Prerequisites

Physics II (PHSC 112
)

Language

English

Compulsory/Elective

Compulsory

Required text
books and
course material
s

1.

Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, J. D. Irwin, Prentice Hall 1999 (sixth edition)

2.

Electric Circuit Analysis, Johnson, Johnson, and Hilburn, Prentice
-
Hall 1992 (second
edition)

3.

Introduction to Electric Circuits, R. C. Dorf, Wiley 1993 (second edition)

Course website

http://www.tina.com/English/tina/course/10norton/norton

Course outline

Experimental laws and simple circuits.Techniques of circuit analysis.Inductance and
capacitance
.Source
-
free RL and RC circuits.Applications.

The Unit
-
step forcing
function
.
RLC
circuits

Course objectives

After studying this course the student should be able to:

• Calculate currents and voltages in steady state DC and AC Circuits using a variety
of
techniques, including Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws.

• Analyze of DC and AC Circuits by different methods.

• State the conditions for series and parallel resonance in AC Circuits.

• Define frequency functions and characteristics of AC Circuits.

T
eaching methods

Lecture

Group discussion

Experiential exercise

Case analysis

Simulation

Course paper

Others

Evaluation

Methods

Percentage (%)

Midterm Exam

4
0

Case studies

Class Participation

Assignme
nt and quizzes

20

Project

Presentation/Group
Discussion

Final Exam

40

Others

Total

100

Polic
y

Tentative Schedule

Wee
k

Date/Day

(tentative)

Topics

Textbook/Assignments

1

16.09.13

1.

Introduction.

1.1.

Units.

1.2.

Electric Potential.

1.3.

Current
and Electric Charge.

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

2

23.09.13

2. Circuit Concepts.

Basic Engineering Circuit

2. 1. Definition of an Electric circuits. Current. Voltage,
Power and Energy.

2. 2. Circuit Elements. Active and Passive Elements.
Resistance, Inductance,

Capacitance.

Analysis

3

30.09.13

2. 3. Power Sources. Voltage and Current Sources.
Thevenin`s and Norton`s Theorems. Equivalent Circuits of
Power Sources.

2. 4. Principal Concepts of Topology of Electric Circuits.
Node
s, Branches, Loops (meshs).

Practicals.

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

4

07.10.13

3. DC Resistive Circuits.

3. 1. Kirchoff`s Voltage Law. Voltage Balance around
Loops.

3. 2. Kirchoff`s Current Law. Current Balance at Nodes

3. 3. Seri
es Connection of Resistances and Power Sources.

3. 4. Parallel Connection of Resistances and Power Sources.

3. 5. Series
-
parallel Connections. Equivalent Reduction
Analysis.

Practicals

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

5

14.10.13

3. 3. Seri
es Connection of Resistances and Power Sources.

3. 4. Parallel Connection of Resistances and Power Sources.

3. 5. Series
-
parallel Connections. Equivalent Reduction
Analysis.

Practicals

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

6

21.10.13

4.

DC Circuit Anal
ysis.

4. 1. Branch Currents Method

4. 2. Mesh Currents Method

4. 3. Node Voltage Method

4. 4. Superposition Method

4. 5. Computer Application in DC circuit analysis.

Practicals

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

7

28.10.13

5. Si
nusoidal Oscillations in Electric Circuits.

5. 1. Periodic Process. Principal Characteristics of
Harmonic Oscillations. Instantaneous, Awerage and Root
-
mean square values. Phase
-
shift Angle.

5. 2. Representation of Sinusoidal waves by Vectors
and
Complex numbers.
ComplexMagnitude.

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

8

04.11.13

Midterm Exam

9

11.11.13

5. 3. Addition of Sinusoidal Time Functions

Practicals

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

10

18.11.13

6. AC Circuit Concepts.

6.

1. Sinusoidal voltage and Current in Passive elements.
Inductive and Capacitive Reactances and Susceptances,

-
angle..

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

11

25.11.13

6. 2. Ohm`s and Kirchoff`s Laws for AC Circuits

Practica
ls

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

12

02.12.13

7. AC Circuits

7. 1. Series Connection of Resistor, Inductor and Capacitor

7. 2. Parallel Connection of Resister, Inductor and
Capacitor

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

13

09.12.13

7. 3
. Transformations of Series Circuits to Parallel and Parallel
Circuits to Series.

Practicals.

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

14

16.12.13

7.4. Resonance Circuits

7.5. Power in AC Circuits.

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

15

23.12.13

8.
Frequency Characteristics and Functions of AC Circuits

Practicals

Basic Engineering Circuit
Analysis

Final Exam