Circuit Analysis (EE 134) Course Details

Course Name: Circuit Analysis
Code: EE 134
Pre-requisite Course(s):
Objective: 1. Use engineering abstractions to analyze and design simple electric circuits. 2. Employ modeling for actual circuit components, such as representing a bulb with a resistor. 3. Analyze electrical circuits using circuit analysis techniques. 4. Give the idea of linearity and superposition, and then employ it on circuits. 5. Construct a Thevenin & Norton equivalent for a large circuit, and substitute 6. Formulate and solve differential equations describing the time behavior of circuits containing energy storage elements. 7. Use intuition to describe the approximate time behavior of circuits containing capacitors. 8. Give the intuition how electronic circuits work via introducing how to make logic gates and design digital circuits 9. Calculate the power and energy of analog and digital components (or circuits) and attempt solutions to reduce. 10. Design gates using CMOS technology. 11. Build prototype circuits on breadboards and take measurements of circuit variables using a multimeter 12. Compare the measurements with the behavior predicted by mathematic models and explain the discrepancies. 13. Describe the relationship between the mathematical representation of circuit behavior and corresponding real-life effects. 14. Encourage the students to learn fundamentals of EEE to achieve the contemporary issues 15. Use Electrical CAD softwares to analyze and design circuits
Content: Definition of Engineering, and EEE. Basic Components and Electric Circuits, Voltage and Current Laws, Nodal Analysis, Superposition Theorem, Thevenin and Norton Techniques, Opamps and Opamp Circuits, Energy Storage Components(Capacitors) and RC Circuits, Logic Gates, Digital Circuits, Power and Energy Calculations, Some Techniques to Reduce Energy of Electronics, Electrical CAD softwares
Term: Spring
Theory: 2
Application: 2
Laboratory: 0
Credit: 3
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ECTS: 5