Module Catalogues

Electrical Circuits II

Module Title Electrical Circuits II
Module Level Level 2
Module Credits 2.50
Academic Year 2017/18
Semester SEM1

Aims and Fit of Module

To equip students with tools to analyse inter-related circuits.

Learning outcomes

Knowledge and Understanding
After completion of the module, the student should have knowledge and understanding of: Magnetically coupled circuits and the concept of mutual inductance
Three phase networks and the concept of a balanced and unbalanced network
Response of simple networks to transient
The interconnection of two port networks including maximum power transfer, insertion loss and impedance matching
The role of computer aided analysis and matrix analysis
Intellectual Abilities
After completion of the module, the students should be able to demonstate ability in applying knowledge of the module topics to:
Analyze simple magnetic circuits and calculated induced voltages and currents
Analyze simple magnetic coupled circuits
Understand the reason for 3 phase circuits and to be able to calculate currents and voltages
Analyze and calculate the transient response of first and second order filter circuits
Understand the concept of two port networks
Practical Skills
Students on completion of the module should be able to:
Perform measurements on simple circuits containing magnetic circuits
Analyze and present results
Provide an interpretation of those results General
Transferable Skills
On successful completion of the module, students should be able to show experience and enhancement of the following key skills:
Independent learning
Problem solving and design skills

Method of teaching and learning

Teaching and learning is provided through a variety of means (eg formal lectures, problem classes and laboratory work)