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Philadelphia University

Course Outline



Course Title:
Electrical
Circuits

Lab








(6
10216
)

Prerequist:

Electrical
Circuits

(2)








(6
10212
)

Text Book:
Electric Circuits, J.W. Nelsson and S. Riedel, sixth edition, 2005, Printice Ha
ll,
ISB 0
-
013
-
32120
-
6

Cridet Hours: 1









Level
2
nd

Year


Course Outline

:

Experiment No.1

:
Resistor
s, Dc power supplies, Dc meters, Series and Parallel DC circuits


Experiment No.2


:
Potentiometers, Series
-
Parallel DC circuits, Wheatestone Bridge And Δ
-
Y
Connection


Experiment No.3


:
Methods of Analysis and Superposition


Experiment No.4

:


Thevinen's and Norton's Theorems


Experiment No.5

:
Maximum Power transfer and Source Transformation


Experiment No.6 :

Capacitors , RC, RL and RLC circuits with DC/AC source

Experiment No.7 :

Oscilloscope: Voltage, Current and Time measur
ements.

Experiment No.8 :

Oscilloscope: Frequency and Phase Measurements.

Experiment No.9 :

RLC Circuits: Components, frequency dependence and frequency response


Course Goals:


Learn the basic requirements for building simple DC/AC circuits. Students will employ power
supplies as well as measure electrical parameters of current, voltage, resistance a
nd impedance with
Digital multimeters(DMM) and oscilloscopes. Furthermore, students will learn to write well
organized lab reports.


Time Schedule:

Duration:

1
4

weeks

Lectures:

None

Tutorial:

None

Laboratories:

3 hours / week

Objectives:

At Complet
ing this module the student should be able to :

-

Understand circuit variables and circuit elements.

-

C
onstruct and troubleshoot DC/AC circuits which are simple series combinations of resistance
or impedance.

-

C
onstruct and troubleshoot DC/AC circuits which a
re simple parallel combinations of
resistance or impedance.

-

C
onstruct and troubleshoot DC/AC circuits which are simple series/parallel combinations of
resistance or impedance.

-

U
se multimeters and scopes to correctly measure, record, tabulate and interpret
measurements
of circuit voltage, resistance and impedance.

-

Work
in a team setting, learning to share the group responsibilities of circuit construction,
troubleshooting, measurement and data interpretation.

Philadelphia University

Course Outline



Mode of Assessment

Reports



2
0

%

Quizes
& Participation

30
%

Final Exam



50
%


References
:


1.

Engineering Circuit analysis, W.H.Hayat, Kemerly and Durbin, 6
th

edition.

2.

Electrical Circuit Lab Report.