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1

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`
University

of Jordan

College of Engineering & Technology

Department of Electrical Engineering

2
nd


Term


A.Y. 200
7
-
200
8



Course:


Electric Circuits Lab


0903
219

(
1

Cr.


Core Course)


Catalog Data:

DC circuits. KVL. Network theorems. Transient anal
ysis in RL, RC, and RLC
circuits. Impedance concept. Power and P.F. Series and parallel resonance.
Quality factor. Three phase circuits.
P
ower measurement. Parameters of two
-
port networks. Coupled circuits. Filters.


Prerequisites by

Course:

Electr
ic Circuit 2



EE
3212
.


Prerequisites

by topic:

Students are assumed to have
sufficient knowledge pertaining to the
following:




AC and DC Electric Circuits
.


Textbook:

Lab
Manual

which

can be obtained from the following web page:
fttp://fetweb.ju.edu.jo
/staff/EE/
a
bdelazeez/
.


References:




Some reading materials are found in the above website.


Schedule &


Duration:


10
-
12

Weeks,
10
-
12

experiments
,
3 Hrs

each

(including Exams)
.


Minimum Student


Material:


Lab notes
, class handouts,
instructor


lab discus
sion
, calculator

and access to
a personal computer

and internet
.


Minimum College


Facilities:


Lab room with

whiteboard and
/or

projection display facilities, library, and
computational facilities.


Course Objectives:


The
objectives of this course are to
make the student perform set of
experiments needed to validate different circuits theorems and to utilize some
basic measuring
instruments

such as the
multimeters

and oscilloscope.


Course Outcomes and Relation to ABET Program Outcomes:


Upon successful co
mpletion of this course, a student should be able to
:



1.
P
erform fundamental measurements on electrical circuits

[
PO2, PO6, PO9
]
.



2.
U
se basic electrical laboratory instrumentation
[
PO3, PO11
]
.


3
.
W
rite complete technical reports
[
PO2, PO5
]
.


4
.

Know
basics of electronic circuit instrumentation, including

multimeters
,
power
supplies
,

function generators and oscilloscopes
[
PO3, PO5, PO11
]
.



5
.

Know
format and content requirements for complete technical reporting
[
PO5
]
.


Course Topics:

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EXPERIM
ENT

Description

Contact
Hours

E
.1.

PERFORMANCE OF DC CIRCUITS: Identification of resistors and
capacitors values by color coding. Voltage and current division using
resistive networks. Nodal and Mesh Analysis
.

3




E
.2.

NETWORK THEOREMS: Verify superpo
sition theorem. Investigate the
conditions for maximum power transfer in dc circuits
.

3




E
.3.

SERIES RC AND RL CIRCUITS UNDER AC EXCITATION
.

3




E
.4.

PARALLEL RC AND RL CIRCUITS UNDER AC EXCITATION
.

3




E
.5.

TRANSIENT ANALYSIS: Investigate the

behavior of R
-
L and R
-
C
circuits under transient
.

3




E
.6.

SERIES AND PARALLEL RESONANCES: Investigate resonance in
series and parallel RLC circuits
.


3


E.7.



-

Y TRANSFORMATION: Use


-

Y transformation in circuit analysis,
in both DC and AC circu
its
.

3




E.8.

TRANSFER FUNCTION OF A TWO PORT NETWORK
.

3



Computer Usage:


Course
work
including

assignments

and the
use of circuit simulation
packages.


Attendance:

attendance is mandatory according to the university rules.



Assessments:

Exams,

Quizzes,
and
prelab
&

lab reports
.


Grading policy:




Prelab Reports





5

%


Lab Reports 10%



Quizzes

15%




Midterm Exam





3
0 %




Final Exam





4
0 %









Total 100%

Instructor
:



Instructor Name

Office

Ext.

E
-
mail

Dr. Mohamed K Abdelazeez


(
Coordinator
)

E317

22837

abdlazez@ju.edu.jo


Dr.
H
. M. E
l
-
Za
y
yat

E31
5

228
40


hzayyat@ju.edu.jo



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