BENG 1113 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC



BENG 1113 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC

Type of Subject:

1.0        Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this subject, students should be able to:

1.       Differentiate and characterize various type of currents and voltages.
2.       Apply the elements and methods of electrical circuit analysis.
3.       Design, simulate and analyze using various types analog and digital circuits.
4.       Perform experiments and present technical reports.



2.0        Synopsis


This subject will discuss electric and electronic principles; electric charge, electric force, Coulomb’s law, Ohm’s law, Lenz’s Law, transformer, capacitor, electrical power and energy, direct current generation, alternating current generation and charge movement in solid, conductor, isolator and semiconductor.

                 
3.0         Pre-requisite

None


4.0        Practical Application

The students are required to carry out experiments and simulations in the lab group of two students. To develop the analytical ability, they will be asked to prepare short reports for each group. The topics that will be covered in the practical session are:

1.     Resistance and Ohm’s law verification.
2.     Kirchoff’s current law and Kirchoff’s voltage law.
3.     AC voltage and current measurements.
4.     Semiconductor (diode)
5.     Semiconductor (Bipolar junction transistor)






5.0        References

[1] Thomas L.Floyd, Principles of Electric Circuits, Prentice Hall, 7th Edition, 2003.
[2] Edward Hughes, Electric and Electronic Technology, Prentice Hall, 2002.
[3] A.H. Robbins and W.C.Miller, Circuits Analysis: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition, Thomson Delmar
     Learning , 2004.
[4] Boylstead R. Nashelsky L., Electronics Devices and Circuit Theory, 8th Edition, Prentice Hall, 2002.
[5] J. R. Codgell, Foundation of Electrical Engineering, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, 1999.
[6] Website: http://mazemelb.com


6.0         Course Implementations

i)      Lectures
·         2 hours per week for 14 weeks (Total = 28 hours)
ii)     Tutorials
·         3 hours per week for 6 weeks (Total = 18 hours)
iii)    Practical/Laboratory/Simulation
·         3 hours [per week for 4 weeks (Total = 12 hours)
iv)    Tests/Quizes
·         3 hours per week for 3 weeks (Total = 9 hours)      


7.0        Course Evaluations

Course Works:

Test I
10%
Test II
10%
Quizzes
5%
Lab Report
25%

Assignments

10%
Final Examination
40%
Total
100%

 


8.0           Methods of Assessment

Component
Knowledge
Competency
Attitude
Communication
Tests/Quizzes
x
x


Assignments
x
x

x
Practical
x
x
x
x

 


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