• # Dr. AlSharidah

## Objectives

### Course Objectives

1. Analyze DC electric circuits using superposition theorem.

1. Understand the difference between voltage and current sources when apply the theorem.
2. Current and voltage sources transformation.
3. Apply the superposition theorem in DC circuits.
4. Use basic laboratory measurement equipment including the power supplies, digital multimeters, function generators, and oscilloscopes to conduct experiments.

2. Analyze DC electric circuits using thevenin's theorem.

1. Calculate Thevinens equivalent resistance.
2. Calculate Thevinens equivalent voltage source.
3. Apply Thevinens theorem to find the current and voltage at load.
4. State the vale of load resistance for maximum power condition.
5. Use basic laboratory measurement equipment including the power supplies, digital multimeters, function generators, and oscilloscopes to conduct experiments.

3. Analyze DC electric circuits using mesh analysis.

1. Write the mesh equations.
2. Solve the mesh equations using matrix calculations.
3. Use basic laboratory measurement equipment including the power supplies, digital multimeters, function generators, and oscilloscopes to conduct experiments.

4. Analyze DC electric circuits using node analysis.

1. Write the node equations.
2. Solve the node equations using matrix calculations.
3. Use basic laboratory measurement equipment including the power supplies, digital multimeters, function generators, and oscilloscopes to conduct experiments.

5. Analyze AC electric circuits using superposition theorem.

1. Understand the concepts of Fourier series and its application in circuit analysis.
2. Compute the Fourier series for continuous-time periodic signals and apply frequency domain method of circuit analysis.
3. Calculate rms value and harmonic content of a periodic waveform.
4. Use computer simulation (Matlab and/or Pspice) tools to design and analyze simple circuits

6. Analyze AC electric circuits using Thevenin's theorem.

1. Calculate Thevinens equivalent impedance
2. Identify the value of load impedance for maximum power condition.
3. Calculate Thevinens equivalent voltage source.
4. Apply Thevinens theorem to find the current and voltage at load.
5. Use basic laboratory measurement equipment including the power supplies, digital multimeters, function generators, and oscilloscopes to conduct experiments.

7. Analyze AC electric circuits using mesh analysis.

1. Write the mesh equations.
2. Solve the mesh equations using matrix calculations.
3. Use basic laboratory measurement equipment including the power supplies, digital multimeters, function generators, and oscilloscopes to conduct experiments.

8. Analyze AC electric circuits using node analysis.

1. Write the mesh equations.
2. Solve the mesh equations using matrix calculations.
3. Use basic laboratory measurement equipment including the power supplies, digital multimeters, function generators, and oscilloscopes to conduct experiments.

9. Recognize the basic voltages and currents relations in balanced three phase electric circuits.
1. Recognize three phase electric circuits, Delta and Star connections
2. Differentiate between the line and phase values
3. Calculate the current in three phase balanced load, delta connection
4. Calculate the current in three phase balanced load, star connection