Kulliyyah Department Programme Course Title Course Code Status Level Credit Hours Contact Hours Pre-requisites (if any) Co-requisites (if any) Instructional Strathegy Method of Evaluation Engineering Electrical & Computer Engineering All Engineering Programmes Electric Circuits ECE 1131 Core 1 2 2 hr lectures, 1 hr tutorials Nil Nil Lectures, tutorials LO 1, 2, 3 Method MidTerm Test EOSExam % 30%

Instructor Consultation Hours Semester offered Course Objectives

1, 2, 3, 4, 50% 6 1, 2, 3, 4 Quizzes 10% 5, 6 Assignments 10% Huda Adibah Mohd Ramli Wed: 2.00 pm – 3.20 pm Thurs: 11.30 am – 12.50 pm Every Semester The objectives of this course are to:

Introduce the fundamental concepts of charge, current, voltage, power, energy and circuit elements.


nodal analysis with voltage sources.charge. Sinusoidal excitation of RLC circuits. phasor and frequency domain analysis techniques. 9. linearity property and superposition theorem. phasors and phasor diagrams. Know and apply circuit theorems. 8 Basic laws: Ohm’s law and resistivity. practical problems and applications. Understand basic storage devices of C and L. Analyze and simplify AC circuits using phasor and frequency domain analysis techniques. 7. Circuit theorems: source transformations. series and parallel capacitors. parallel resistors and current division. current. Delta-wye and wye-delta conversions. Kirchhoff’s laws. Wye-Delta and Delta-Wye transformation. Maximum power transfer theorem. Kirchhoff voltage and current laws. Learning outcomes Upon completion of this course the students will be able to: 1. Circuit theorems and analysis for resistive circuits. Resistors in series and parallel. inductors. Power calculations and power factor. 3 4. Apply the concepts and understand the relationship between the electrical qualtites 2. 10 2 . To acquaint the students on alternating current linear circuits. difference between voltage and current. Chapter 4 Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems.Analyze physical circuits through the use of Kirchhoff's laws and ideal circuit element models. maximum power transfer theorem and their applications Capacitors and inductors: capacitors. 3. Reading Assignment Chapter 1 Course Synopsis Course Outlines / Contents 2. circuit elements. 4. Week Topics 1 Basic concepts: electrical quantities . series resistors and voltage Chapter 2 division. mesh analysis Chapter 3 with current source. 5 6. and to undertsnad basic analysis tools for solving resistive circuits 3. series and parallel Chapter 6 inductors. Average and rms values of ac signals. 2. Analyse andf simplify basic resistive circuits. 5. 4. ac steady-state circuit analysis using phasors. Inductance and capacitance. Emphasize linearity of circuits through superposition and Thevenin/Norton equivalents. Methods of analysis: nodal analysis. dc and ac voltage and current.

C. W. power measurement in single phase circuits. (2006). practical problems and applications. J. 6th Edition Prentice Hall. McGraw Hill. M. & Riedel. Dorf. A.. (2007). John Wiley & Sons. Introduction to Electric Circuits. S. References Required: Alexander. C. 12. O. Recommended: Wilson. Kirchhoff’s laws in frequency Chapter 10 domain.11. apparent power. 2007-2008 2005 intake and onwards 3 . power factor and its correction. Electric Circuits. J.. practical problems and applications. Chapter 9 admittance. R.. superposition theorem. phasors relation for circuit elements. & Sadiku. phasors. impedance. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits. maximum power transfer and matching theorem. A. 6th Edition. Thevenin’s and Norton’s equivalent circuits. (2006). ac nodal and mesh analysis. & Svoboda. active (or rms power ) and reactive Chapter 11 power. 13 14 Alternating current circuits: sinusoids. N. Proposed Start Date (Semester) Batch of Students to be Affected Semester I. K. AC power analysis: instantaneous and average power.

global and environmental responsibilities of a professional engineer and the need for a sustainable development. 8. The ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics. To understand the concepts of and to understand relationships between basic electrical quantities. The ability to understand the social. 9. and C circuits. 3 2. The ability to understand and commit to professional and ethical responsibilities. 2. Understand response of electrical circuits to sinusoidal signal excitation. science and engineering fundamentals. system and process for operational performance. 13. 10. The ability to design and conduction experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data. 7. 3.4 2 2 3 3 Number of Assessments/Outcome Index of Computer and Information Engineering Program Leaning Outcomes 1. Computer and Information Engineering Program Learning Outcomes LO 1 LO 4 LO 5 LO 6 LO 7 LO 8 LO 9 LO 12 2 2 2 2 LO 13 LO 2 LO 3 LO 10 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 LO 11 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 4. cultural. The ability to effectively communicate orally. 12. The ability to function effectively as an individual and in group with the capacity to be a leader or a manager as well as an effective team leader member.COURSE ASSESSMENT MATRIX: ECE 1131 Course Number and Name ECE11131: Electric Circuits 1. 5. The ability to understand the principles of sustainable design and development. 3.4 3 2. Analyze AC circuits using the techniques of laws and theorems. The ability to have in depth understanding and technical competency in Computer and Information / Communication Engineering. 6. and to understand network analysis tools for resistive circuits. The ability to undertake problem identification. To understand basic energy storage devices of capacitor and inductor and to understand the transient response of various R. L. 4. in writing and using multimedia tools. 11. formulation and solution. The ability to recognize the need of life long learning and possess the ability to pursue independent learning for professional development. 2 2 2 2 3 5. 4 . The ability to understand the expectations of an engineer who practices in an industrial or governmental organization. To have abroad based education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and scientific context. Analyze and simplify basic resistive circuits. The ability to design a component. 2.