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MAHARDIKA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INC.

DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING
Ilmoh St., Bongao, Tawi-Tawi



TEACHING INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN FOR EE 132



I – Course Title : ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT 1

II – Course Number: EE 131 / 5 Units

III – Course Description:

Covers the Direct Current (dc) Fundamentals like; Circuit diagrams, series and parallel connections, and the concept of voltages, currents, and
resistance.

IV – Number of Hours: 90 hours

V – General Objective:

At the end of the semester, the electrical engineering students in EE131 will be able to:
 To develop ability to analyze dc circuits.
 To strengthen and further develop the students logical thinking in solving circuit analysis problems using the techniques learned.
 To enhance understanding of the dc Circuit in Circuit Simulation software like Electronic Workbench.






VI – Course Outline
TERM CONTENTS SUBTOPICS ACTIVITIES NO. OF
HOURS
LEARNING
OUTCOMES

RECOMMENDATION


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CIRCUIT
FUNDAMENTALS
1.1 Circuit Diagrams • Lecture Discussions
• Major Exams
• Quizzes
• Homework
• Seatwork
• Class/Oral
Participation






22.5 Hours
Can explain diagrams

Calculator
Casio FX 991
1.2 Voltage Can explain the voltage
1.3 Currents Can explain currents
1.4 Resistance Can explain resistance
1.5 Ohms Law Can explain ohms law
1.6 Power Can define power
1.7 Energy Can define energy


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SERIES CIRCUITS
2.1 Series Circuits • Lecture Discussions
• Major Exams
• Quizzes
• Homework
• Seatwork
• Class/Oral
Participation




22.5 Hours
Can explain series circuit

Calculator
Casio FX 991
2.2 Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law Can explain Kirchhoff’s Law
2.3 Resistors in Series

2.4 Voltage Sources in Series
2.5 Voltage Divider Rule
2.6 Circuit Ground
2.7 Internal resistance of voltage sources


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PARALLEL
CIRCUITS
3.1 Parallel Circuits • Lecture Discussions
• Major Exams
• Quizzes
• Homework
• Seatwork
• Class/Oral
Participation



22.5 Hours
Can explain parallel circuits




Calculator
Casio FX 991
3.2 Kirchhoff’s Current Law Can explain the Kirchhoff’s Current
Law in Parallel
3.3 Resistors in Parallel

3.4 Voltage sources in parallel
3.5 Current Divider rule
3.6 Analysis of parallel circuits
3.7 Ammeter Design
3.8 Power Factor
3.9 Voltmeter loading effects






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AC SERIES AND
PARALLEL
CIRCUITS
4.1 Ohm’s Law for AC Circuits • Lecture Discussions
• Major Exams
• Quizzes
• Homework
• Seatwork
• Class/Oral
Participation








22.5 Hours
Can apply Ohm’s law to analyze
simples series circuits,




Calculator
Casio FX 991
4.2 AC Series Circuits Can apply the voltage divider rule to
determine the voltage across any
element in series circuit,
4.3 Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law
and the Voltage Divider Rule
Can apply Kirchhoff’s voltage law to
verify that the summation of voltages
around closed loop is equal to zero,

Can determine the series or parallel
equivalent of any network consisting
of a combination of resistors,
inductors, and capacitors.
SERIES –
PARALLEL
CIRCUITS
5.1 Series-parallel network determine the resonant frequency
and bandwidth of a simple series or
parallel circuit,
5.2 Potentiometers





determine the voltages, currents, and
power of elements in a resonant
circuit

METHODS OF
ANALYSIS IN
CIRCUIT
5.3 Constant current sources • Lecture Discussions
• Major Exams
• Quizzes
• Homework
• Seatwork
• Class/Oral
Participation



Calculator
Casio FX 991
5.4 Current sources in parallel and series find the quality factor, Q, of a
resonant circuit and use Q to
determine the bandwidth
for a given set of conditions,
5.5 Branch Current Analysis explain the dependence of bandwidth
on the L/C ratio and on R for both a
series and a parallel resonant
circuit,
5.6 Mesh, Nodal, Delta-Wye Connection convert a series RL network into an
Equivalent parallel network for a
given frequency.








VII – REFERENCE:

CIRCUIT ANALYSIS THEORY AND PRACTICE
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Edition

Author: Robbins and Miller



Prepared by: JAAPAR H. HASSAN, SPHE, REE
Instructor-EE131




Noted by: JAAPAR H. HASSAN, SPHE, REE Recommending Approval: HJI. JULAMRI B. SAPPAYANI
Chairman-Department of Engineering Dean, ENGTECH




Approved by: DR. ABDUHASAD S. MUKARRAMA
Vice President for Academic Affairs