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COURSE SYLLABUS
AY 2015 2016

COLLEGE : Gokongwei College Engineering


DEPARTMENT : ECE
COURSE CODE : CIVELEN
COURSE TITLE : Basic Electrical Engineering for CIV
CREDIT UNITS : Two(2)
PREREQUISITE : ENGPHY2
TYPE OF COURSE : Lecture
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a course designed for Civil Engineering students to cover the basic principles of
Electrical Engineering and to provide at the same time a comprehensive survey of the
Electrical Engineering field.

LEARNING OUTCOMES (LO):


On completion of the course, the student is expected to be able to do the following:

ELGA/PEO STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME


OUTCOMES
1. Creative and SO-A: An ability to On the completion of the course, the student
Critical Thinker apply knowledge of is expected to be able to do the following:
mathematics, science
2. Effective and engineering LO1: Explain the basic concepts of electrical
Communicator engineering
SO-E: An ability to
3. Competent recognize, formulates, LO2: Reduce resistive networks using
Professional and solve engineering reduction techniques
problems.
LO3: Apply circuit analysis techniques and
theorems to resistive circuits

LO4: Compare capacitor and inductor


characteristics and formulate electrical
equations from circuits involving
capacitors and inductors

LO5: Differentiate DC from AC concepts

LO6: Apply power analysis and DC circuit


theorems and techniques to AC circuits

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COURSE ASSESSMENT MATRIX


SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO SO
Learning
A B C D E F G H I J K
Outcomes
LO1 1 1
LO2 1 1
LO3 1 1
LO4 1 1
LO5 1 1
LO6 1 1
1 Introduce 2- Reinforced 3 Emphasized

FINAL COURSE OUTPUT:


As evidence of attaining the above learning outcomes, the student is required to do
and submit the following during the indicated dates of the term

LEARNING
ASSESSMENT METHOD DUE DATE
OUTCOME
LO1 LO3 Quiz/Homework 4th week of the term
LO1-LO3 Quiz/Homework 8th week of the term
LO1-LO2, LO4 Quiz/Homework/Project 12th week of the term
LO1 LO6 Final Exam 14th week of the term

RUBRIC FOR ASSESSMENT: Project


EXEMPLARY SATISFACTORY DEVELOPING BEGINNING
95-100 87-94 70-86 Below 70
CRITERIA RATING
(Exceeds (Meets (Below (Not
Expectations) Expectations) Expectations) Acceptable)
Electric The circuit The circuit The circuit The circuit
Circuit simulation simulation lacks simulation simulation
Simulation contains a 1% - 20% of the lacks 20% - lacks 50% or
complete set of desired complete 50% of the more from
modules of the simulated system. desired the desired
system under The simulation complete complete
test, displays also provides simulated simulated
all practical ideal outputs system. system.
considerations towards input
(e.g. actual considerations
values of such as ideal
components values of
and their components and
tolerances and not considering a

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sensor components
readings) and tolerance.
verified
simulation
outputs
Electric The simulated The simulated The simulated The
Circuit electric circuit electric circuit electric circuit simulated
Problem contains at contains four (4) contains three electric
Solving least five (5) loops or eight (8) (3) loops or six circuit
loops or ten nodes or circuit (6) nodes or contains two
(10) nodes or elements. circuit (2) or less
circuit elements. loops or four
elements. or less (4)
nodes or
circuit
elements.
Written Written report Written report is Written report Written report
Report is orderly complete with is basically is not
presented statement of the limited reflective of
starting from problem, simulation the design
statement of objectives and results but no and problem
the problem, to simulation results. basis of the to be solved.
objective of Some parts of the design was
the project, documentation presented.
followed are not developed
complete from the
documentation appropriate
of solution. software, e.g. not
Circuits must using equation
be drawn using editors for
electronic equations.
CAD tools
while
equations are
written from
equation editor
software.
TOTAL:

OTHER REQUIREMENTS AND ASSESSMENTS:

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Aside from the final output, the student will be assessed at other times during the term by the
following:
Quizzes and Exams: At least three (3) long quizzes and a final exam
Homework: Problems and exercises from the textbook or other references
Classroom Participation: Discussion, recitation, boardwork, seatwork and homework

GRADING SYSTEM:
Component of Grade Percentage of Grade (%)
Average of Quizzes 40%
Final Exam 40%
Project 15%
Teachers Evaluation 5%
Passing Grade 65%

LEARNING PLAN:
Learning
Topics Week Learning Activities
Outcomes
Definitions, symbols used and types of
1 circuit elements, circuit variable and 1 Discussion
circuit parameters
2. Resistance
2.1 Definition
2.2 Factors that affect the resistance
of a conductor
2.3 Resistivity of commonly used
conductors Discussion, Seatworks,
1, 3, 1
2.4 Resistance as a function of Circuit Analysis
Temperature
2.4.1 Temperature Coefficient of
Resistance
2.4.2 Inferred-zero Resistance
2.5 Conductance
3. Ohms Law, Electrical Power, Discussion, Seatworks,
1, 3 1-2
Electrical Energy Circuit Analysis
4. Heating Effect of Electric Current
4.1 Heat developed by an electric Discussion, Seatworks,
1, 3 2
current Circuit Analysis
4.2 Heat gained by water
1, 3 5. Connections of Resistors 2-4 Discussion, Seatworks,

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5.1 Characteristics of Resistors in


Series
5.1.1 Voltage Divider
5.2 Characteristics of Resistors in
Parallel
5.2.1 Current Divider
5.3 Characteristics of Resistors in
Circuit Analysis
Series-Parallel
5.4 Application of Series and Parallel
Connection of Resistors to
Meters
5.4.1 DArsonval Movement
5.4.2 DC Ammeter Circuit
5.4.3 DC Voltmeter Circuit
QUIZ NO. 1
5.5 Network Reduction
Discussion, Seatworks,
1, 2, 3 5.5.1 Delta to Wye Transformation 4-5
Circuit Analysis
5.5.2Wye to Delta Transformation
6. Independent/Dependent Sources
Discussion, Seatworks,
1, 2, 3 6.1 Definitions, symbols and types 5
Circuit Analysis
6.2 Source Transformation
7. Maximum Power Transfer in DC Discussion, Circuit
1, 3 5-6
Circuits Analysis
8. Cells and Batteries 6 Discussion, Seatworks,
8.1 Electrochemical Cells Circuit Analysis
8.1.1 Definition
8.1.2 Types
8.2 Battery
8.2.1 Battery Cells in Series
8.2.2 Battery Cells in Parallel
8.2.3 Series-Parallel Grouping of
Cells
8.2.4 Battery as a Source of Energy
8.2.4.1 When RL = ohm
8.2.4.2 When RL ohm
8.2.4.3 Maximum Power Delivered
by a Battery
8.2.4.4 Maximum Current
Delivered by a Battery
8.2.4.5 Maximum Voltage
Delivered by a Battery
8.2.4.6 % Efficiency of a Battery

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8.2.4.7 % Voltage Regulation of a


Battery
8.2.4.8 Battery as a Load of Another
DC Source
QUIZ NO. 2
9. Laws, Theorems and Methods Used in
Network Analysis
9.1 Kirchhoffs Laws
9.2 Maxwells Mesh Method(Mesh Discussion, Seatworks,
1, 2, 3 7-8
Analysis) Circuit Analysis
9.3 Superposition Theorem
9.4 Thevenins Theorem
9.5 Nortons Theorem
10. Inductors
10.1 Inductance Definition Discussion, Circuit
1, 2, 4 8
10.2 Inductors in Series and in Parallel Analysis, Homework
10.3 Energy Storage in an Inductor
11. Capacitors Discussion, Circuit
11.1 Capacitance Analysis, Homework
Definition
1, 2, 4 9
11.2 Capacitors in Series
and in Parallel
11.3 Energy Storage in a Capacitor
QUIZ 3
1, 2, 4 12. Alternating Current Circuits 9-12 Discussion, Seatworks,
12.1 Definition of AC Circuit Analysis,
12.2 Nomenclature of Periodic Waves Homework
12.3 Equations of Continuous
Sinusoidal Current and Voltage Waves
12.4 Phase Angle, Phase Angle
Difference, Leading Wave, Lagging
wave
12.5 Vector Representation of Sine
Waves
12.6 Impedance Function
12.7 Voltage and Current Relation in a
Pure Resistive Circuit
12.7.2 Pure Inductive Circuit
12.7.3 Pure Capacitive Circuit
12.7.4 Series RL Circuit
12.7.5 Series RC Circuit
12.7.6 Series RLC Circuit

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12.8 Effective Value of AC


12.9 Phasor Algebra
12.10 Impedance of Complex AC
Circuits
12.11 Conductance, susceptance and
admittance of AC Circuits
QUIZ NO. 4
12.12 Single-Phase AC Powers
12.12.1 Real or True Power
12.12.2 Reactive Power Discussion, Seatworks,
1, 2, 4 12-13
12.12.3 Apparent Power Circuit Analysis
12.12.4 Power Factor
12.12.5 Reactive Factor
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 13. Project (Residential Wiring) 14

REFERENCES:

Text/Reference Materials:

1. Alexander, C. & Sadiku, M. (2009). Fundamentals of Electric Circuits (4th ed.).


Boston: McGraw-Hill.

2. Hayt, W. & Kemmerly, J. & Durbin, S. (2007). Engineering circuit analysis (7th ed.).
Boston: McGraw-Hill.

3. Agarwal, A. and Lang, J. (2005). Foundations of Analog and Digital Electronic


Circuits. San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Elsevier.

4. Nilsson, J and Riedel S. (2014). Electric Circuits (10th ed.). Prentice Hall.

5. Dorf, R. and Svoboda, J. (2010). Introduction to Electric Circuits (8th ed.). Wiley.

6. Ashby, D. (2011). Electrical Engineering 101 Everything You Should Have Learned
in School ... but Probably Didn't. (3rd ed.). Burlington: Elsevier Science.

7. Mayergoyz, I., & Lawson, W. (2012). Basic electric circuit theory a one-semester
text. San Diego: Academic Press.

8. Dorf, R., & Svoboda, J. (2010). Introduction to electric circuits (8th ed.). Hoboken,
NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

9. Glisson, T. (2011). Introduction to circuit analysis and design. New York: Springer.

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OnlineResources:

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-002-
circuits-and-electronics-spring-2007/lecture-notes/
http://www.ibiblio.org/kuphaldt/electricCircuits/DC/DC_10.html
http://moodle.cecs.pdx.edu/course/view.php?id=16

CLASS POLICIES:

For all homeworkS, no late submission will be accepted.


Project is assigned as a group with no more than three members.

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