FACULTY of ENGINEERING / DEPARTMENT of ELECTRICAL and ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (30%) English Course Catalog http://www.ktu.edu.tr/eee Phone: +90 0462 3253154 , 3772906

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FACULTY of ENGINEERING / DEPARTMENT of ELECTRICAL and ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING / (30%) English

Upon successful completion of the course, the students will be able to :

LO - 1 :

Describe the Kirchoff''s voltage and current Laws.

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LO - 2 :

Practice in using the analysis techniques.

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LO - 3 :

Apply various techniques in solve of circuits.

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LO - 4 :

Describe the Energy and Electrical Power concepts

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LO - 5 :

Choose the most practical method to be used in the solution of a circuit.

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CTPO : Contribution to programme outcomes, TOA :Type of assessment (1: written exam, 2: Oral exam, 3: Homework assignment, 4: Laboratory exercise/exam, 5: Seminar / presentation, 6: Term paper), LO : Learning Outcome

Contents of the Course

Circuit Concepts: Voltage-current relations. . Circuit diagrams. Circuit Laws: Kirchoff''s voltage law. Kirchoff''s current Law. Energy and Electrical Power. Active circuits, passive circuits ve ideal circuits. Analysis methods: The branch current method. The mesh current method. The node method. State variable analysis . Energy storage elements: The capacitors and inductors. Thevenin ve Norton networks. Analysis methods in AC circuits: Average and effective values. Phasors. Impedance and Admitance. Phasor diagrams and resonance. Power in the time domain. Power in sinusoidal steady state. Average or real power. Reactive power. Complex power. Maximum power transfer. Three phase circuits.

Course Syllabus

Week

Subject

Related Notes / Files

Week 1

Bacis concepts

Week 2

Definitions of Voltage, Current, Energy and Power

Week 3

Circuit laws and solution methods for DC circuits:Series-parallel connection and specifications

Week 4

Circuit laws and solution methods for DC circuits: Equivalent complex circuit reduction

Week 5

Quiz 1. Circuit laws and solution methods for DC circuits: Section circuits and Circle equations and node equations.

Week 6

superposition theorem , Thevenin theorem. Norton and Millman theorems and example problems

Week 7

Energy stroge circuit component: Capacitor and Inductance

Week 8

Electromagnetism and AC and DC generation. Period, frequency, phase differences concepts.

Week 9

Mid-term exam

Week 10

R, L and C circuits and complex numbers solutions.

Week 11

Complex power (AC power defition with complex numbers). Apparent, Active and Reactive powers

Week 12

Quiz 2. Power measuremnet in AC circuits. Compensation

Week 13

3 phase systems. Generators and Loads star connection and specification.

Week 14

Star/Delta connections

Week 15

Star/Delta connections

Week 16

End-of-term exam

Textbook / Material

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Sevim, Y., Ders Sunum Notları, Yayınlanmamış, KTÜ

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Sevim, Y., Ders Sunum Notları, Yayınlanmamış, KTÜ

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Altaş, İ. H., Ders Sunum Notları, Yayınlanmamış, KTÜ

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Altaş, İ. H., Ders Sunum Notları, Yayınlanmamış, KTÜ

Recommended Reading

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Rizzoni, G., Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering, McGraw-Hill

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Rizzoni, G., Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering, McGraw-Hill

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Roadstrum and Wolaver, Electrical Engineering: For All Engineers, Wiley Books.

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Roadstrum and Wolaver, Electrical Engineering: For All Engineers, Wiley Books.

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Paul, C., Nasar, S.A., and Unnewahr, L., Introduction to Electrical Engineering, McGraw-Hill

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Paul, C., Nasar, S.A., and Unnewahr, L., Introduction to Electrical Engineering, McGraw-Hill

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Smith, Circuits, Devices and Systems, Wiley Books.

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Smith, Circuits, Devices and Systems, Wiley Books.