 # Anmar Ibrahim Arif

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

كلية الهندسة
Electrical Engineering Department, 2 C 26
anarif@ksu.edu.sa
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# EE 201: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits

Summary:
Introduction to DC and AC circuits. The course includes basic circuit theorems: Kirchoff voltage and current  laws, series and parallel circuit, superposition principle, Thevenin and Norton theorems. Techniques of circuit analysis: Nodal and mesh analysis, Sinusoidal sources and the concept of phasors in circuit analysis.

Text Book:
“Introductory Circuit Analysis” By Robert L. Boylestad, 12th (or 11th or 10th) Edition, Published by Prentice Hall, 2001.

Mid-Term Exams:                                                    20% + 20%
Home Works + Quizzes + Attendance                    20%
Final Exam                                                              40%

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Weekly Teaching Plan:

 Subjects Week Chapter 2- Current and Voltage 2.2 Current 2.3 Voltage 2.4 Fixed dc supplies Chapter 4- Ohm’s Law, Power and Energy 4.1 Ohm’s law 4.3 Power 1 Chapter 5- Series Circuit 5.2 Series circuits 5.3 Voltage sources in series 5.4 Kirchhoff’s voltage law 5.5 Voltage divider rule 5.6 Notation Chapter 6- Parallel Circuits 6.2 Parallel elements 6.3 Total conductance and resistance 6.4 Parallel networks 6.5 Kirchhoff’s current law 6.6 Current divider rule 6.7 Voltage sources in parallel 6.8 Open and short circuits 1,2 Chapter 7- Series- Parallel Networks 7.1 Series-Parallel networks 7.2 Descriptive Examples 7.3 Ladder networks 3 Chapter 8- Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics (dc) 8.2 Current sources 8.3 Source conversions 8.4 Current sources in parallel 8.5 Current sources in series 8.7 Mesh analysis (general approach) 8.8 Mesh analysis (formatted approach) 4 Chapter 8- Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics (dc) 8.9 Nodal analysis (general approach) 8.10 Nodal analysis (formatted approach) 8.11 Bridge network 8.12 Star- Delta conversions 5 Chapter 9- Network Theorems 9.2 Superposition theorem 9.3 Thevenin’s theorem 9.4 Norton’s theorem 9.5 Maximum power transfer Theorem 6,7 Chapter 13- Sinusoidal Alternating Waveforms 13.2 AC Voltage Definition 13.4 General format for the sinusoidal V or I 13.5 Phase relation 13.7 Effective value Chapter 14- The basic Elements and Phasors 14.3 Response of basic R, L, and C elements to a sinusoidal V or I 14.5 Average power and power factor 14.6 Complex numbers 14.7 Rectangular form 14.8 Polar form 14.9 Conversion between forms 14.10 Mathematical operations with complex numbers 14.12 Phasors 8,9 Chapter 15- Series and Parallel ac Circuits 15.2 Impedance and the phasor diagram 15.3 Series configuration 15.4 Voltage divider rule 15.6 Admittance and susceptance 15.7 Basic elements in parallel ac networks 15.8 Current divider rule 15.9 Equivalent circuits Chapter 16- Series-Parallel ac Networks 16.1 Introduction 16.2 Illustrative example 16.3 Ladder networks 10 Chapter 17- Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics (ac) 17.2 Independent Versus Dependent (Controlled) Sources 17.3 Source conversions 17.4 Mesh analysis (formatted approach) 17.5 Nodal analysis (formatted approach) 17.6 Bridge networks (ac) 17.7 Star-Delta conversions 11,12 Chapter 18- Network Theorems Same theorems as in Chapter 9 13 Chapter 19- Power (ac) 19.2 Resistive Circuits 19.3 Apparent Power 19.4 Inductive circuit and reactive power (Q) 19.5 Capacitive circuit 19.6 The power triangle 19.7 The total P, Q, and S 19.8 Power factor correction 14,15

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