Course title
P00105001
Electric Circuits 1

ioka eri Click to show questionnaire result at 2018

nicodimus retdian Click to show questionnaire result at 2018
Course description
This course gives lectures on the basics of electric circuits. The first 3 modules will start with basic theorems and laws in electric circuits. It will be followed by 3 modules on alternating current (AC) circuits and their transient response. The achievements of the first half of the course will be evaluated in the mid-term exam. The second half of the course will be started with lectures on complex notation, followed by complex impedance and power (impedance) matching. The achievements of the second half of the course will be evaluated in the final exam. Summary and review of exam materials will be given a week prior to each exam.
Purpose of class
This course aims to provide the students with basic knowledge of electric circuits. These include:
1. four basic law and theorems in electric circuits
2. properties of alternating current and circuit's transient response
3. the concept of complex impedance/admittance
4. principle of power matching
Goals and objectives
  1. The students will be able to understand the basic laws and theorems in electrical engineering and use them in electric circuits analysis. These include Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Laws, superposition theorem, and Norton-Thevenin theorem.
  2. The students will be able to understand the principle of AC circuits and derive the transient response of simple LCR circuits.
  3. The students will be able to understand the concept of complex notation and complex impedance/admittance.
  4. The students will be able to understand the power matching principle and analyze a simple power matching circuit.
Language
English
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Module 1 :
Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Law
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review of Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Law 40minutes
Homework 1 100minutes
2. Module 2 :
Superposition theorem, Thevenin-Norton theorem
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review of Superposition Theorem, Thevenin Norton theorem 40minutes
Homework 2 100minutes
3. Module 3 :
Alternating current in passive elements
Transient response
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review of AC voltage and current and transient response 40minutes
Homework 3 100minutes
4. Module 4 :
AC circuit 1
transient response of RL, RC circuits
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review of the transient response of RL, RC circuits 40minutes
Homework 4 100minutes
5. Module 5 :
AC circuit 2
transient response of RLC circuits
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review on the transient response of RLC circuits 40minutes
Homework 5 100minutes
6. Summary and review Preparation (review of Module 1-5) 60minutes
Review and exercise 180minutes
7. Mid-term exam Preparation for the exam 200minutes
8. Module 6 :
Complex notation
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review on the complex number, cartesian and polar notation (phasor) 40minutes
Homework 6 100minutes
9. Module 7 :
Impedance and admittance
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review on impedance and admittance 40minutes
Homework 7 100minutes
10. Module 8 :
Series and parallel impedance
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review on series and parallel connections of impedance 40minutes
Homework 8 100minutes
11. Module 9 :
AC power and power matching
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review on AC power, maximum power transfer 40minutes
Homework 9 100minutes
12. Module 10 :
3-phase AC
Preparation (lecture's slides) 60minutes
Review on 3-phase AC 40minutes
Homework 10 100minutes
13. Summary and review Preparation (review of Module 6-10) 60minutes
Review and exercise 180minutes
14. Final exam Preparation for the exam 200minutes
Total. - - 2880minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

quiz homework midterm exam final exam Total.
1. 5% 7% 12% 24%
2. 5% 8% 13% 26%
3. 5% 7% 12% 24%
4. 5% 8% 13% 26%
Total. 20% 30% 25% 25% -
Evaluation method and criteria
quiz 20pts + homework 30pts + exams 50pts = 100pts

1) Need at least 60% of the total points to get the credit.
2) Must take both the midterm and final exams
Textbooks and reference materials
References:
“Basic Circuit Theory”, Charles A, Desoer & Ernest S, Kuh, McGraw-Hill
"Electric Circuits", Mahmood Nahvi, Joseph A. Edminister, McGraw-Hill
Prerequisites
The students who intended to take this course are required to :
1. review the basic electronics from physics at high school (if they take physics at HS)
- Ohm's law, series/parallel connections

2. understand basic arithmetic, simple calculus, and complex number
- lots of calculations use fraction numbers
- the transient response will involve first/second-order differential equations
- imaginary numbers, expressing 2-D vectors using complex numbers
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • Every Thursday and Friday 14:00 - 16:00
  • Contact address: nico[at]shibaura-it.ac.jp
Regionally-oriented
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
  • Course that cultivates an ability for utilizing knowledge
Active-learning course
More than one class is interactive
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable
N/A N/A
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
  • 9.INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
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