sap course 1429383263

Course Code & Number:

EE 201

Course Title:

Circuit Theory I

Level of Course:

BS

Credits:

(3+0+0) 3 TEDU Credits, 6 ECTS Credits

Catalog Description:

Fundamentals of electric circuits, variables and lumped circuit elements. Kirchhoff's laws. Resistive circuits. Methods of circuit analysis. Operational amplifiers (opamps). Energy storage elements. Analysis of first and second order circuits. Steady-steady alternating current analysis. Textbook / Required Material: Nilsson and Riedel, "Electric Circuits", 8th Ed., Prentice Hall, 2008. Alexander and Sadiku, "Fundamentals of Electric Circuits", 3rd Ed., McGraw Hill, 2007. Hayt, Kemmerly, and Durbin, "Engineering Circuit Analysis", 7th Ed., McGraw Hill, 2007. D.E. Johnson, J.R. Johnson, J.L. Hilburn, P.D. Scott, "Electric Circuit Analysis", Wiley, 1992.

Pre-requisites & Co-requisites:

Pre-requisites: MATH 101
Co-requisites: EE 203
Year of Study: 
Sophomore
Semester: 
Fall
Mode of Delivery: 
Face-to-face
Language of Instruction: 
English
Course Type: 
Compulsory
Required Reading: 
1. Nilsson J.W. & Riedel S. Electric Circuits, 8th Ed., Prentice Hall
Course Objective: 

The goal of this course to develop an understanding of the elements of electric circuits and the fundamental laws, general techniques such as nodal and mesh analysis, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits used in analyzing electric circuits, and develop phasor techniques for AC steady-state analysis of circuits. Study on energy storage elements will help students to understand the transient and the steady-state response of RLC circuits. The course also aims to introduce elementary electronic circuits such as operational amplifiers and their circuit models

Learning Outcomes: 

Upon succesful completion of this course, a student will be able to
1. Interpret the basic circuit concepts, such as voltage, current, power, energy, etc.
2. Use node and mesh analyses methods for the analysis of linear time invariant circuits.
3. Analyze circuits by utilizing Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorems.
4. Analyze circuits with operational amplifiers.
5. Interpret the operation of capacitors and inductors; and analyze both transient and steady-state response of first order circuits.
6. Analyze second order circuits using state space approach.
7. Identify the concept of phasor; and apply it for the AC steady-state analysis of circuits.

Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods: 
Telling/Explaining
Discussion/Debate
Questioning
Reading
Problem Solving
Inquiry
Video Presentations
Brainstorming
Hands-on Activities
Web Searching
Assessment Methods and Criteria: 
Test / Exam
Quiz/Homework
Written Project

Student Workload:

Hands-on Work
16
hrs
Quizzes /Homeworks
10
hrs
Midterm Exam 1
12
hrs
Midterm Exam 2
12
hrs
Final Exam
18
hrs
Others
82
hrs

Prepared By:

Çiçek Boztuğ Yerci

Revised By:

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