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EL4091 Industrial Practices Yudi Gondokaryono LSS LabTek VIII 3rd Floor +62-22-2500985 ygondokaryono@stei.itb.ac.id

= - School :SEEI Prerequisit Prerequisit/Corequisit Prerequisit/Corequisit Prerequisit/Corequisit 50% Facility/ x Black/white board 50% Media x LCD/Infocus 0% x Computer (lab) x Courseware e-learning Others: . to give to students about the work environment to be encountered. 3. PS: Electrical Engineering 1. ..Course Syllabus Course Credits: Semester : Option: Compulsory/optional: Code: EL4091 2 7 Compulsary Nature of course Course (kuliah) Core EE Course level Course Title Kerja Praktek (Indonesian) Nama Matakuliah Industrial Practices Course Title (English) Nama Matakuliah Short Description Practical work undertaken by students working within both industries. in addition to providing work experience and broaden their horizons. etc. Silabus ringkas Goals Tujuan Instruksional Umum (TIU) Offered To( PS Peserta) Related Courses This course is intended so that students can have industrial experience. ITB Percentage Activity (hour/week) Assessment Written Report Seminar 80% 20% Main Reference 1 2 Additional References 3. Students are allowed to take the Work Practice is a college student who has obtained up to six semesters. 4. Knowledge = Skill = Attitude = Course (kuliah) = 2h/week Tutorial (Responsi)= Lab Works (Prakt)= Others :…………. Reached > 108 crs 2. research institutes.

NO Course objective 1 Have the ability to aplly the knowledge gained so far to solve the problem in the field 2 3 4 ABET Outcome Evaluation Written report and seminar d. h. i Responsible Faculty Member Agung Harsoyo . f. g. e.

69 < 60 Engineering Science/Design Content Engineering Science : 50% Engineering Design : . skills. computer science. complex variables. and an ability to engage in life-long learning j. and engineering b. A knowledge of contemporary issues k. A recognition of the need for. or process to meet desired needs d. including applications to electrical and computer systems o. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams e. component. An ability to design and conduct experiments. and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice l.knowledge of mathematics through differential and integral calculus p. software. An ability to design a system. An ability to use the techniques. An ability to communicate effectively h. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context i. as well as to analyze and interpret data c. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics. & systems containing hw & sw components q.79 60 . knowledge of advanced mathematics. and discrete mathematics. formulate. science. knowledge of probability and statistics.ADDITIONAL DATA FOR SYLLABUS ABET OUTCOMES : Lecturer : a. depth of knowledge in at least one area n.89 70 . RELATION OF COURSE OBJECTIVE AND ABET OUTCOMES NO Course objective 1 2 3 4 ABET Outcome Evaluation Assesment/Evaluation NO EVALUATION 1 Homework 2 Exam 3 4 5 WEIGHT 40% 60% NO WEIGHT 6 7 8 9 10 WEIGHT GRADING A B C D E 50% >= 90 80 . An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility g. and engineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices.knowledge of basic sciences. An ability to identify. linear algebra. breadth of knowledge over all areas within electrical engineering m. and solve engineering problems f.

Course Schedule Model Week # 1 Date Topic Reference Assignment What is Due? 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Written Report 15 Final Exam all sections Seminar .

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MA1222 Calculus II 4. MA1122 Calculus I 2. Through understanding of modelling concept onelectric understand the analysis through modelling concept in order to solve engineering problem. one phase and Additionally the students should be able to use SPICE as tool to solve electrical circuit problem Program: Electrical Engineering 1. To must be able to perform analysis on simple dc circuits. FI1201 Physics IIA Knowledge = Skill = % Attitude = Course (kuliah) = 2 h/week Tutorial 1 h/week (Responsi)= Lab Works (Prakt)= h/week Others :………….Course Syllabus Course Credits: Semestre : Code: EL 1001 2 2 Nature of course course core Course level Course Title Pengantar Rangkaian Listrik (Indonesian) Nama Matakuliah Introduction to electric Circuit Course Title (English) Nama Matakuliah Short Description Silabus ringkas Goals Tujuan Instruksional Umum (TIU) Offered To( PS Peserta) Related Courses Option: Electrical Engineering This course should bring understanding to the student about electrical enguneering education a electrical power and information. transient phenomena. FI1101 Physics IA 3.= h/week Percentage School: School of Electrical Engineering a Informatics Prerequisit Prerequisit Corequisit Corequisit 70% Facility/ Media 30% Activity (hour/week) Assessment Test 1 20% .

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independent sources. capacitors. formulate. knowledge of probability and statistics. A recognition of the need for. resistors. 2 Ability to analyze RLC circuits containing switches. An ability to design and conduct experiments. 3 Ability to analyze RLC circuits with sinusoidal excitation sources for steady-state response using loop and nodal analysis.ADDITIONAL DATA FOR SYLLABUS ABET OUTCOMES : EL-1001 Introduction to electrical circuit a. An ability to identify. complex variables.knowledge of mathematics through differential and integral calculus p. 5 Ability to use SPICE (computer simulation package) to compute voltages. knowledge of advanced mathematics. science. currents. transient responses. An ability to use the techniques. An ability to design a system. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams e. and discrete mathematics. and an ability to engage in life-long learning j. dependent sources. Relation of course objective and ABET outcomes NO Course objective 1 Ability to analyze simple resistive circuits including those containing operational amplifiers and controlled sources with loop and nodal analysis. as well as to analyze and interpret data c.knowledge of basic sciences. and solve engineering problems f. A knowledge of contemporary issues k. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility g. and engineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electr systems containing hw & sw components q. inductors. 4 Ability to compute Thévenin and Norton equivalent circuits. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context i. and sinusoidal steady-state Assesment/Evaluation NO EVALUATION WEIGHT NO WEIGHT 1 Test 1 25% 6 QUIZ 2 Test 2 25% 7 3 Test 3 30% 8 4 Assignment 1 5% 9 5 Assignment 2 5% 10 Engineering Science/Design Content Engineering Science : 90% Engineering Design : . and engineering b. component. skills. and operational amplifiers for transient response using loop and nodal analysis. An ability to communicate effectively h. including applications to electrical and computer systems o. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics. and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice l. or process to meet desired needs d. linear algebra. breadth of knowledge over all areas within electrical engineering m. depth of knowledge in at least one area n. computer science.

a.q using loop and nodal analysis. software. dependent sources.Lecturer : ata n a global and societal context engineering practice puter systems ary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices. & ete mathematics. QUIZ TEST 3 sources.o.o. ady-state response using loop and nodal a. ABET Outcome g operational amplifiers and controlled a Evaluation TEST 1 TEST 1 TEST 2 TEST 2. resistors.q k k WEIGHT GRADING 10% A B C D E 10% >75 65-75 55-65 40-55 <40 .

and an ability to engage in life-long learning j. low pass filter and resonance circuits.knowledge of basic sciences. A recognition of the need for. and discrete mathematics. digital voltmeters. Assesment/Evaluation NO EVALUATION WEIGHT NO WEIGHT 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 10 Engineering Science/Design Content Engineering Science : % Engineering Design : . Relation of course objective and ABET outcomes NO Course objective 1 able to use elementary electrical equipment and elements. complex variables. science. An ability to identify. An ability to design a system. formulate. or process to meet desired needs d. signal generators. Thevenin. oscilloscopes 2 able to use NI ELVIS system and their protoboards to analyze electrical circuits 3 able to gather data and write reports as part of their laboratory assignments 4 gain hands on experience on KCL. including applications to electrical and computer systems o. An ability to communicate effectively h. as well as to analyze and interpret data c. A knowledge of contemporary issues k. 8 able to measure transient response of RL.knowledge of mathematics through differential and integral calculus p. 7 able to do impedance measurements. breadth of knowledge over all areas within electrical engineering m. computer science. and e+A19ngineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and & systems containing hw & sw components q. and solve engineering problems f. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams e. An ability to design and conduct experiments. mesh and nodal analysis 5 gain hands on experience on network theorems such as Superposition. RC and RLC circuits. KVL. knowledge of probability and statistics.ADDITIONAL DATA FOR SYLLABUS ABET OUTCOMES : ELEN 2107 Circuits Laboratory (Lamar University) a. component. knowledge of advanced mathematics. This equipment will include voltmeters. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility g. depth of knowledge in at least one area n. Maximum Power 6 put into practice the theory they learned on high pass. skills. An ability to use the techniques. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics. linear algebra. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context i. and engineering b. and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice l.

k b.k a.b.g.d.d. WEIGHT >75 65-75 55-65 40-55 <40 . digital b.d.k a.d.Lecturer : ata n a global and societal context engineering practice puter systems cessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices.k a.d.d.b. software.b.k b.k GRADING A B C D E % circuits ents Thevenin.b.k a.d. Maximum Power d resonance circuits. ABET Outcome Evaluation ent will include voltmeters.k a. ete mathematics.b.

skills. or process to meet desired needs d.EE 2799 ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING ABET OUTCOMES DESIGN () a. An ability to use the techniques. complex variables. A recognition of the need for. science. and engineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electr systems containing hw & sw components q. computer science. component. 4 understanding of the relevance of ethics. Assesment/Evaluation NO EVALUATION WEIGHT NO WEIGHT 1 Homework 6 2 Examination 7 3 Project 8 4 9 5 10 Engineering Science/Design Content Engineering Science : 10% Engineering Design : . linear algebra. as well as to analyze and interpret data c. 6 Demonstrate a working knowledge of the financial. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility g.knowledge of mathematics through differential and integral calculus p. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams e. including applications to electrical and computer systems o. legal and other administrative elements of the design process 7 Demonstrate the ability to effectively use written communications to report project status and results. and solve engineering problems f. An ability to design a system. An ability to communicate effectively h. and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice l. RELATION OF COURSE OBJECTIVE AND ABET OUTCOMES NO Course objective 1 Demonstrate knowledge of the steps involved with the engineering design process 2 Demonstrate the ability to apply the engineering design steps to the decomposition. formulate. schedule.knowledge of basic sciences. reliability. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics. An ability to identify. solution and implementation of an unbounded design problem 3 Demonstrate an understanding of the organizational issues associated with engineering design. and an ability to engage in life-long learning j. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context i. depth of knowledge in at least one area n. knowledge of probability and statistics. 5 Demonstrate the ability to effectively use oral communications to report project status and results. and engineering ADDITIONAL DATA FOR SYLLABUS : b. breadth of knowledge over all areas within electrical engineering m. knowledge of advanced mathematics. and discrete mathematics. A knowledge of contemporary issues k. safety and regulatory issues into the design process. An ability to design and conduct experiments.

e. project status and results. Homework project project project examination.k e.l.e.m omposition. solution and implementation b.h. project project > 80 70-80 55-70 90% .f e.f. & ete mathematics. Michalson (WPI Contoh) ata n a global and societal context engineering practice puter systems ary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices. ABET Outcome gn process b.c. other administrative elements of the ort project status and results.g GRADING A B C with engineering design. y issues into the design process.Lecturer : William R.c.g d.j.f d. WEIGHT Evaluation homework Project.k d. software.