EET100zzF13 - Missouri Western State University

archivistshipElectronics - Devices

Oct 7, 2013 (3 years and 6 months ago)

80 views

Fall

2013

MISSOURI WESTERN STA
TE UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE OF PROFESSIO
NAL STUDIES


ENGINEERING TECHNOLO
GY DEPARTMENT

EET/MET

100

CET 270


ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS/
INSTALLATION

(3

Credit Hours)


Instructor:

Dr. Zhao Zhang




Office:

Wilson107


Phone:
271
-
5689

Email:zhang@missouriwestern.edu


COURSE SYLLABUS


DESCRIPTION:

S
tudy of DC circuits and electrical components, including conductors, insulators, resistors, inductors,

capacitors, switches, voltage and current sources.

Fundamentals of AC circuits, m
otors, and generators,
three
-
phase industrial power, power generation, distribution, transmission, and transformers. Include
laboratory sessions to demonstrate and reinforce understanding of these topics. Two

hours lecture, three
hours lab.
Prerequisite:

MAT 116 (Can be taken concurrently)



TAC/ABET OUTCOMES
:


a,b,c,f,i


OBJECTIVES:

At the completion of this course, the student should be able to:



Use engineering notation in the expression of and operation on electrical quantities;



Describe major characte
ristics of electrical components commonly used in DC circuits;



Discuss and relate basic electrical laws and formulas, relating to voltage, current, time, work,
resistance, energy, power, and efficiency;



Solve complex DC resistance circuits by various means
, determining total resistance, all branch
currents, all node voltages, and power in all components;



Build prototype DC circuits in the laboratory;



Demonstrate proper use of test equipment in the laboratory to measure resistance, voltages, and
currents wit
h reasonable accuracy and to specified precision;



AC circuits, motors, and generators, three
-
phase industrial power, power generation, distribution,
transmission, and transformers.


TEXT:

Robbins & Miller,
Circuit Analysis Theory and Practice,

5
th

Edition,

Delmar, 2013 (ISBN 1
-
1332
-
8100
-
1
).


LAB MANUAL:

Handout lab assignments.







HOMEWORK:

Written homework assignments shall be periodically given, based on current lecture concepts.



COURSE GRADE:

The overall course grade shall consist of the following

weighted components:



3

Exams













25%, 25% and 25
%



Written homework
/
Lab Exercises
/course portfolio





25
%


The final letter grade for the course will be determined by the following scale:



90
-

100%



A



80
-

89%



B



70
-

79%



C




60
-

69%



D



59%
and below


F


ACADEMIC HONESTY:

Academic honesty is required in all academic endeavors. Violations of academic honesty include any
instance of plagiarism, cheating, seeking credit for another’s work, falsifying documents or academic
records, or any other
fraudulent activity. Violations of academic honesty may result in a failing grade on
the assignment, failure in the course, or expulsion from the University. When a student’s grade has been
affected, violations of academic honesty will be reported to the

Provost or designated representative on the
Academic Honesty Violation Report forms.


Please see the Western Student Handbook and Calendar for specific activities identified as violations of this
policy and the student due process procedure. This handboo
k is also available online at
http://www.missouriwestern.edu/handbook/index.pdf









GENERAL COURSE OUTLINE

(tentative)




Week 1:

Metric prefixes, scientific notation, and engineering not
ation



Week 2:

Electric charge, current, work, and voltage



Week 3:

Resistance and resistors



Week 4:

Ohm’s Law



Week 5:

Electric
power,
energy and efficiency



Test one



Week 6
,7
:

Series circuits analysis



Week 8
-
9
:

Parallel circuits analysis



Week 10
:

Series
-
para
llel network solutions




Test two



Week 11:

capacitor



Week 12:

inductor



Week 13:

AC circuits
/transformer



Week14:

fall break



Week 15:

3
-
phase AC



Final exam: