Module Catalogues, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Module Code: EEE103
Module Title: Electrical Circuits I
Module Level: Level 1
Module Credits: 5.00
Semester: SEM1
Originating Department: Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Pre-requisites: N/A

 Aims A. Develop a systematic approach to circuit analysis problems,B. Understand the physical principles underneath the behavior of electrical circuits,C. Master the necessary skills in analyzing DC and AC circuits using appropriate circuits analysis techniques,D. Cultivate the ability to derive solutions for time-, frequency-, and s-domain responses for both RC and RL circuits.
 Learning outcomes A. be familiar with the various laws and theorems in electrical circuit analysisB. be able to perform the AC steady-state analysis and calculation of relevant powerC. understand the characteristics of operational amplifiers and are able to conduct circuit analysis for op amp circuitsD. understand the influence of capacitor and inductor in an electrical circuitE. be familiar with the circuit analysis of RL and RC circuits in both source-free and driven conditionsF. appreciate the Laplace transform as an alternative in analyzing RC and RL circuits
 Method of teaching and learning This module will be delivered through formal lectures, tutorials, and supervised laboratory sessions.
 Syllabus 1. Basic Components and Electric Circuits- Units and scales- Charge, current, voltage and power- Voltage and current sources- Ohm’s law2. Voltage and Current Laws- Nodes, paths, loops and branches- Kirchhoff’s current law (KCL) and Kirchhoff’s voltage law (KVL)- Single-loop circuit and single-node-pair circuit- Resistors in both series and parallel- Voltage and current division3. Basic Nodal and Mesh Analysis- Nodal analysis- The supernode- Mesh Analysis- The supermesh- Computer-aided circuit analysis4. Handy Circuit Analysis Techniques- Linearity and superposition- Source transformations- Thévenin and Norton equivalent circuits- Maximum power transfer- Delta-Wye conversion5. The Operational Amplifier- The concept of the ideal Op Amp- Cascaded stages- Circuits for voltage and current sources- Practical considerations- Comparator and the instrumentation amplifier6. Capacitor and Inductor- Basic concept of both capacitor and inductor- Inductance and capacitance combinations- Consequences of linearity- Simple Op Amp circuits with capacitors
Delivery Hours
 Lectures Seminars Tutorials Lab/Prcaticals Fieldwork / Placement Other(Private study) Total Hours/Semester 26 26 4 94 150

## Assessment

 Sequence Method % of Final Mark 1 After-Class Assignment 15.00 2 Lab 10.00 3 In-Class Assignment 10.00 4 Final 65.00
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