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# Electric Circuits

Course Code:
CEID_NΝΥ108
Type:
Semester:
Instructors:
Credit Points:
4

Course Outline

Leactures and Tutorials
Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Features of Networks and Circuits - Charge, Current, and Kirchhoff’s
Current Law Voltage and Kirchhoff’S Voltage Law-Power and The Passive Sign Convention
I-V Characteristics and Sources - Resistance and Ohm’S Law
Resistors in Series and Voltage Division - Resistors in Parallel and Current Division
Equivalent Resistance Between Two Nodes - Practical Voltage and Current Sources
Measurement Devices - The Source-Load Perspective
Resistive Network Analysis
Network Analysis - The Node Voltage Method - The Mesh Current Method
Node and Mesh Analysis with Dependent Sources-The Principle of Superposition
Equivalent Networks - Maximum Power Transfer - Non-Linear Circuit Elements
AC Network Analysis
Capacitors and Inductors - Time-Dependent Sources
Circuits Containing Energy Storage Elements
Phasor Solution of Circuits with Sinusoidal Sources - Impedance - Ac Circuit Analysis
Frequency Response and System Concepts
Sinusoidal Frequency Response- Low- and High-Pass Filters
Bandpass Filters, Resonance, Quality Factor
AC Power
Sinusoidal Instantaneous and Average Power - Complex Power- Power Factor Correction

Laboratory Exercises
Lab 1
The RC circuit.
Lab 2
Phase shift measurements
Lab 3
Lissajous curves
Lab 4
Measurement of i-v characteristic of linear resistor
Lab 5
Measurement of i-v characteristic of a diode

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