Electrical Engineering 1
Provides students with an understanding and appreciation of techniques for analysing and designing simple dc and ac circuits for electronics, power and communications applications. The course approaches these objectives from the perspectives of theory and practical implementation.
- Trimester 1 - 2015 (Singapore)
- Trimester 1 - 2016 (Singapore)
- Semester 2 - 2015
- Semester 2 - 2016
1. Provide students an overview and appreciation of the problems and theoretical tools to be further developed in the Electrical engineering degree.
2. Introduction to the fundamental techniques for analysis and design of dc and ac circuits
3. Provide practical 'hands on' experience through numerous laboratory sessions.
4. Introduce students to computer simulation tools for electrical system analysis.
Notation and units. Circuit topologies. DC circuits: voltage, current, power, resistance, conductance; Ohm's Law; Kirchoff' voltage and current laws; series and parallel configurations; linearity and superposition; Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits; Nodal and mesh analysis (simple cases); maximum power transfer; capacitors; passive and switched RC circuits; inductors; passive and switched RL circuits; AC circuits: amplitude, frequency and phase; voltage, current and power in R, L and C; time domain analysis of ac circuits; review of complex numbers; phasors and phasor notation; complex impedance; Thevenin and Norton equivalents; AC power (real, reactive, complex); rms values; maximum power transfer; Nodal and Mesh analysis.
Tutorial / Laboratory Exercises: Laboratory Exercises *
Quiz: Class quizzes
Formal Examination: Final Examination
Tutorial / Laboratory Exercises: EE Laboratory Safety Induction
* This assessment has a compulsory requirement.
In order to pass this course, each student must complete ALL of the following compulsory requirements:
Course Assessment Requirements:
- Tutorial / Laboratory Exercises: Pass Requirement - Students must pass this assessment item to pass the course. - An average mark in the laboratory component of at least 50% is required to pass the course.
Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Face to Face On Campus 3 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Face to Face On Campus 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term