Course title
P00204002
Electric Circuits 2
 NICODIMUS RETDIAN IOKA Eri
Course description
This course provides a basic study on analysis of electric circuit where the students will be exposed to a more advanced techniques. The course will be given in the form of lectures and exercises to help the students have a better understanding and proficiency in analyzing electric circuit. The first 3 modules will start with the study on resonant circuits, mutual induction and transformer circuits. It will be followed by 2 modules on circuit analysis method using mesh and nodal analysis. 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 by revisiting Thevenin's theorem followed by lectures on circuit theorems such as Tellegen's theorem, compensation theorem, etc. The last 2 modules will explain the characterization of linear network using 2-port parameters. 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 and techniques in circuit analysis. These include:
1. knowledge on resonant circuits and transformer circuits, analysis of transformer circuits
2. mesh and nodal analysis and their applications in circuit analysis
3. Thevenin's theorem, Tellegen's theorem, compensation theorem, reciprocity theorem and their applications in circuit analysis
4. network characterization using 2-port parameters and application of 2-port parameters in circuit analysis
Goals and objectives
1. The students will be able to understand and explain the characteristics of series and parallel resonant circuits
2. The students will be able to understand the principle of transformer and analyze transformer circuits
3. The students will be able to solve electric circuit problems using mesh or nodal analysis
4. The students will be able to use general circuit theorems in circuit analysis
5. The students will be able to derive and use 2-port parameters in circuit analysis
Language
English
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Class guidance
Module 1:
Resonance circuit 1
Review complex notation, electrical characteristic of inductor and capacitor 100minutes
Homework 1 100minutes
2. Module 2:
Resonance circuit 2
Discussion on the solution of Homework 1
Review lossless resonator and its characteristic 100minutes
Homework 2 100minutes
3. Module 3:
Transformer circuit
Discussion on the solution of Homework 2
Review electrical properties of transformer 100minutes
Homework 3 100minutes
4. Module 4:
Mesh analysis
Discussion on the solution of Homework 3
Review of Ohm's Law, complex impedance and KVL 100minutes
Homework 4 100minutes
5. Module 5:
Nodal analysis
Discussion on the solution of Homework 4
Review of complex admittance, KCL 100minutes
Homework 5 100minutes
6. Summary and exercise
Discussion on the solution of Homework 5
Review of resonance and transformer circuits, mesh and nodal analysis 200minutes
7. Midterm exam and discussion on the solutions Review lectures #1 to #6 200minutes
8. Module 6:
Circuit analysis using matrix
Review mesh and nodal analysis, matrix operations 100minutes
Homework 6 100minutes
9. Module 7:
Basic Theorems I (superposition, Thevenin-Norton, compensation theorems)
Discussion on the solution of Homework 6
Review Thevenin's theorem 100minutes
Homework 7 100minutes
10. Module 8:
Basic Theorems II (Telegen and reciprocity theorems)
Discussion on the solution of Homework 7
Review admittance and KCL 100minutes
Homework 8 100minutes
11. Module 9:
2-port parameters I (Z-parameter, Y-parameter)
Discussion on the solution of Homework 8
Review impedance and admittance 100minutes
Homework 9 100minutes
12. Module 10:
2-port parameters II (F-parameter, H-parameter)
Discussion on the solution of Homework 9
Review matrix operation 100minutes
Homework 10 100minutes
13. Summary and exercise
Discussion on the solution of Homework 10
Review of basic theorems and 2-port parameters 200minutes
14. Final exam and discussion on the solutions Review lectures #8 to #13 200minutes
Total. - - 2800minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

quiz homework midterm exam final exam Total.
1. 5% 5% 8% 18%
2. 5% 5% 8% 18%
3. 5% 5% 9% 19%
4. 5% 5% 12% 22%
5. 5% 5% 13% 23%
Total. 25% 25% 25% 25% -
Evaluation method and criteria
quiz 25pts + homework 25pts + exams 50pts = 100pts (total points)

Students will earn the credits for this course by fulfilling the following requirements:
1) earn at least 60% of the total points
2) attend both the midterm and final exams
3) submit at least 6 homework
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
1. Students are strongly suggested to take Electric Circuits 1 or equivalent course before taking this course
2. Students are required to be able to do matrix operations (up to 3x3 matrices)
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
• Friday 9:00-12:00
• 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
• Course that cultivates a basic self-management skills
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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