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PUBLIC AUTHORITY FOR APPLIED EDUCATION AND TRAINING COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT EEP 110 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Fall 2017

INSTRUCTOR'S NAME: يناطحقلا ﷲدبع دمح ضياع .د

COURSE WEBSITE: Edmodo app

CREDITS: 3

CLASS TIME: Sunday/Tuesday (3:00 - 5:00)

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The course starts with introduction on units of measurements, system of units, powers of ten, prefix and abbreviation. The course also introduces the basic quantities and elements of electric circuits such as voltage, current, resistance, power, energy and efficiency. Methods for calculating the DC resistance of conductors are discussed. Basic laws and theorems in electrical engineering such as finding an equivalent resistance of a network, Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws (KVL and KCL) are discussed. The principle of alternating current and methods of calculating basic quantities of alternating waveforms, phasors and AC electric circuits are described. Finally, methods for calculating quantities and elements of magnetic circuits are described.

COURSE GOALS:

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

1. Identify the basic electrical quantities and elements of DC circuits.

2. Measure electrical quantities and elements.

3. Analyze series and parallel electric circuits.

4. Use electric circuit theorems to calculate electrical quantities.

5. Identify and calculate the basic quantities of waveforms and AC circuits.

6. Identify and calculate the basic quantities and elements of magnetic circuits.

GRADES:

Quizzes

30 %

Midterm Exam

30 %

Final Exam

40 %

REQUIRED TEXTS, READINGS, MATERIALS:

Class notes + Supplementary educational videos + Handouts

Robert L. Boylestad, " Introductory Circuit Analysis ", latest edition, Macmillan Company. J. David Irwin," Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis ", John Wiley & Sons, latest edition.