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Unformatted text preview: King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals
Department of Electrical Engineering
EE204 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Tentative Schedule: 20042005 Second Semester (042) Instruc tor: Dr. Alakhdhar S. Zaki
Office: 14275
Phone: 2360
Email: zakiha@kfupm.edu.sa
Web Site: http://faculty.kfupm.edu.sa/ee/zakiha
Office Hours : Su & Tu 10:0010:50 and Wed 9:009:50 or by appointment via email.
TEXT BOOK:
Clayton Paul, FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRIC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS, Wiley & Sons. Inc., 2001
Wk 1
2
3 Date
1216 Feb.
1923 Feb.
262 March 4 59 March 5 Topics Text Introduction, Basic Definitions, KCL, KVL
Conservation of power, Series & Parallel Connection
of Elements, Ohm’s Law
Resistors in Series and in Parallel, Voltage and Current
Division
Source Transformation, Principle of Superposition Laboratory/Tutorial 1.2 – 1.6
1.7 – 1.8,
2.1 – 2.3
2.4 – 2.6 No Meeting
No Meeting
Exp #1 Resistors and Ohm’s
Law
Exp #2 Kirchhoff’s Laws 1216 March 6
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14
15 2.7, 3.1 Thevenin's Theorem, Norton's Theorem
3.2 – 3.3
Problem Session # 1
Major Exam I
March 20, 2004 during class time (sections 1.1 3.1)
1923 March
Exp #3 C omputer Simulation of
Maximum Power Transfer, Node Voltage Method
3.4 – 3.5
DC Circuits
2630 March
3.5 (Cont.)
Node Voltage Method, Mesh Current Method
Exp #3 Experimental Part
– 3.6
26 April
Exp #4 Current & Voltage
Capacitors, Inductors, Series and Parallel Connections
5.1 – 5.2
Divider
1620 April Sinusoidal Source, Complex Numbers, Frequency
Exp #5 Superposition, Thevinin
6.1 – 6.3
Domain (Phasor) Circuit.
& Norton Theorems
2327 April Frequency Domain Analysis
6.4 – 6.5
No Meeting
304 May
Power Concepts, Average Power
6.6
Problem Session # 2
Major Exam II
May 8, 2004 during class time (sections 3.1 6.5)
711 May
6.6 +
Exp #6 Frequency Domain
Power Factor, RMS Values
Handout
Analysis
1418 May
6.9 +
Commercial Power Distribution, Three Phase Circuits
Exp #7 Max. Power Transfer
Handout
2125 May
6.9 +
Exp #8 Average and RMS
Three Phase Circuits, StarDelta Connections
Handout
Values
281 June
Review
Comprehensive Final Examination Grade Distribution:
Design Problem
5% Quizzes, Attendance and
Homeworks
10 % Major Exam I Major Exam II Laboratory Final Exam 15 % 15 % 20 % 35 % Important Points to Remember
1. Homework: The homework assignment is to be solved completely by the students. Homework
solutions will be posted on https://webcourses.kfupm.edu.sa
2. L ab. Makeup: No lab makeup will be allowed without an official excuse.
3. Attendance : According to the university regulations, any student that exceeds 20% of the
scheduled class meeting without an official excuse will re ceive a grade of DN in the course.
4. Official excuses: All official excuses must be submitted to the instructor no later than one week of
the date of the official excuse. The instructor may not accept late excuses. ...
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