# EE-124 Basic Electricity & Electronics

EE-124 BASIC ELECTRICITY & ELECTRONICS

CREDIT HOURS

Theory = 2
Practical = 1

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLOs)

 S. No. CLOs PLO Taxonomy 1 Identify appropriate approach for electrical circuit analysis PLO-1 Coginitive Level 1* 2 Analyze narrowly defined engineering technology problems PLO-2 Coginitive Level 4* 3 Observe characteristics of current and voltage with changing polarities and circuits PLO-2 Psychomotor Level 1*

COURSE CONTENT

• Fundamentals of Electric Circuits: Charge, Current, Voltage and Power, Voltage and Current Sources. Ohm’s Law
• Voltage and Current Laws: Nodes, Paths, loops and Branches, Kirchhoff's Current law, Kirchhoff's Voltage Laws, the single loop.
• Circuits: the single node-pair circuits, series and parallel connected. Independent sources, resistors in series and parallel, voltage and current division.
• Basic Nodal and Mesh Analysis: Multi-Nodal Analysis, the super node, Mesh Analysis, the super mesh.
• Circuit Analysis Techniques: linearity and Superposition, Source Transformations, The venin and Norton Equivalent Circuits, Maximum Power Transfer, Delta-Wye Conversion
• Capacitors and Inductors: Capacitors, Inductor, Inductance and Capacitance Combination
• Basic RL and RC Circuits: The Source-Free RL Circuit, Properties of the Exponential Response, the Source-Free RC Circuits. the Unit-Steps Function and driven RL Circuits. Natural and forced response and driven RL Circuits.
• The RLC Circuit: The Source-Free Parallel Circuit, the over damped parallel RLC Circuits, Critical Damping, the under damped Parallel RLC Circuit. the Source-Free Series RLC Circuit, the complete response of the RLC Circuit. The lossless LC Circuit

RECOMMENDED BOOKS

(01) Fundamentals of Electric Circuits by Charles Alexander