Course Outcome - Fairmont State University

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Submission date: April 18
th
, 2008

Submitted by: Larry Allen

Course number and title: ELEC 1100 Circuit Analysis I

ELEC program

ELEC 1100 course outcomes







DC



1. Convert between powers of ten and engineering units



2. Solve voltage and current prob
lems that involve charge, energy, and time.

3. Solve resistance problems that involve resistivity, length, and cross sectional area of


conductors.






4. Solve problems using ohm’s law.



5. Solve power problems that involve voltage, curren
t, resistance, and time.



6. Solve efficiency problems using energy or power.



7. Solve for voltage, current, resistance, and power in series DC circuits.



8. Solve for voltages in series DC circuits using KVL.



9. Solve for voltage in series DC circui
ts using the voltage divider rule (VDR).



10. Solve a voltage regulation/ internal resistance problem



11. Solve for voltage, current, resistance, and power in parallel DC circuits.



12. Solve for currents in parallel DC circuits using KCL.



13. Solve
for current in a DC circuit using the current divider rule (CDR).



14. Solve a parallel voltage source problem.



15. Solve for voltmeter loading of a circuit.



16. Solve a simple voltage divider problem using a potentiometer




AC



17. Solve a simple c
apacitance reactance problem.



18. Solve a simple inductance reactance problem.



19. Solve a simple frequency, period, sinusoidal, degree radian problem.



21. Solve a simple average, effective value problem for a sinusoidal waveform.



22. Solve a simpl
e impedance problem involving resistance, capacitance, inductance.



23. Solve the power triangle



24. Solve a power factor correction problem



25. Solve a simple transformer problem







26. Construct, simulate, and solve for voltage, current and power

in series DC circuits




using Multi
-
Sim software.



27. Construct, simulate, and solve for voltage, current and power in parallel DC circuits




using Multi
-
Sim software.