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COURSE OUTLINE

Course : Circuit Analysis Assessment Methods and Types Final Examination = 50% Continuous Evaluation = 50% Quiz = 30% Assignment = 40% Test = 30%

Course Code : E4821 Lecturers Name : Mrs. Nur Zakiah Hani Bte Kamarolzaman

Duration : 1 Semester (15 Weeks) Theory : 30 hour Practical : 0 hour Credit hour : 2.0 Pre-requisite(s) : None Objectives: To provides exposure and knowledge in solving electrical network circuit problems. The emphasis of this course is on applying basic circuit theory law, Laplace transforms and Fourier series. This course also provides solutions methods by using various theorems in circuit analysis. Learning Outcomes: At the end of this course, student should be able to; 1. Apply basic circuit theorem in solving electrical circuit problems. 2. Apply Laplace transform theorem in solving electrical circuit problems. 3. Apply Fourier series to acquire frequency spectrum. Summary: 1. Network Analysis Solve electrical circuit problems using various law/methods/theorems that includes Kirchoff (current and voltage) law, Maxwells Loop law (meshed current), nodal voltage method, superposition theorem, Thevenin Theorem, Norton theorem and conversation method from Star to Delta and as well as Delta to Star. 2. Laplace Taransform Define the basic Laplace Transform, acquire Laplace transform by direct method (integration) and by using Laplace transform table, state expansion methods, application of Laplace transform in electrical parameters and solve problems in electrical circuit networks. 3. Fourier Series Define Trigonometric Fourier Series, identify periodic functions and non-periodic functions, derive a Fourier series for a particular function and determine the functions of even symmetry from various forms of waves, acquire line spectrum (frequency) and derive Exponential Fourier series (complex) from Trigonometric Fourier series. Refferences: 1. J. Peason (1992). Basic Communication Theory. Prentice Hall. 2. S. A. Boctor (1992). Electronic Circuit Analysis. Prentice Hall. 3. D. E. Johnson (1992). Electronic Circuit Analysis. Prentice Hall. 4. C. K. Alexander and M. N. Sadiku (2004). Fundamentals of Electric Circuit. McGraw Hill. Prepared by; ...... Mrs. Nur Zakiah Hani Kamarolzaman Course Lecturer Certified by; . Mrs. Zainab Musri Head of Electrical Engineering Department Port Dickson Polytechnic