Electrical circuit theory is a required subject in the field of electrical engineering and applicable to many disciplines.
In this course, students learn circuit theory with a focus on Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s law and acquire principle theory required
for analysis of alternating current (AC) circuits. Then, learning contents are progressed from basic circuits to networks.
Students learn array expressing features of a network.

The purpose of this course is to learn principle concepts required in electrical circuit, principal theory required for analysis
of AC circuits, and concepts and mathematical expressions required for network analysis.

- Students can understand direct current circuit, alternating current circuit, and complex number/vector symbol method required for analysis of AC circuits
- Students can set up and analyze equations for electrical circuits
- Students can understand mathematical expressions of networks by using arrays and functions

Class schedule | HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) | Amount of Time Required | |
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1. | Outline of the course Basic of circuit theory (1) - Charge and current, voltage, resistance, power source - Ohm’s law |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

2. | Basic of circuit theory (2) - Direct current circuit - DC power and energy - Kirchhoff’s law |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

3. | Alternate current circuit (1) - Resistance - Capacitance - R-C circuit |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

4. | Alternate current circuit (2) - Self-inductance - R-L circuit - R-L-C circuit |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

5. | Alternate current circuit (3) - Instantaneous value, mean, effective value - AC power - Sine wave: amplitude, phase, angular frequency, frequency, phase |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

6. | Complex number method/vector symbol method (1) - Sine wave and complex number representing - Vector symbol method, reference vector |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

7. | Complex number method/vector symbol method (2) - Complex impedance, complex admittance Brief review and exercises |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

8. | Complex number method/vector symbol method (3) - Vector representing of AC power |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

9. | Complex number method/vector symbol method (4) - Analyses of AC circuits using complex number method - Theorems in AC circuits |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

10. | Complex number method/vector symbol method (5) - Vector locus - Resonance circuit - Mutual inductance circuit |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

11. | Analysis of network (1) - Analysis of circuit equation - Kirchhoff’s law |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

12. | Analysis of network (2) - Loop analysis, node analysis - Theorems in network: Tevenin theorem, Norton theorem, superposition theorem |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

13. | Two-terminal circuit (1) - Z , Y, F, H, G parameters - meaning of the parameters |
assignments distributed in the class | 190minutes |

14. | Two-terminal circuit (2) - Combination of two-terminal circuits - Equivalent ciruuit |
assignments distributed in the class | 185minutes |

Total. | - | - | 2655minutes |

assignments | Total. | |
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1. | 40% | 40% |

2. | 20% | 20% |

3. | 40% | 40% |

Total. | 100% | - |

Grade is judged by assignments given in each class (100%) .

It is possible to acquire 60 points by solving practice problems introduced in the classes and their similar problems.

It is possible to acquire 60 points by solving practice problems introduced in the classes and their similar problems.

A textbook is used.

Fundamentals of Electric Circuits ( 6th International Edition ), Charles Alexander; Matthew Sadiku, Published by McGraw-Hill Education

Fundamentals of Electric Circuits ( 6th International Edition ), Charles Alexander; Matthew Sadiku, Published by McGraw-Hill Education

- Lunch break on Wednesday: Making appointment is recommended.

- Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge

Work experience | Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable |
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N/A | N/A |

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