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TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES

COURSE SYLLABUS

COURSE CODE
COURSE NAME

ECP 053L1/EEP 413L1
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 2

CREDITS
CONTACT HOURS

4 units (3 units lecture, 1 unit laboratory)
3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory

INSTRUCTOR
TEXTBOOK

Other Supplemental
Materials

Engr. Eric L. Ybanez
Faculty Member, Electrical Engineering
Sadiku, M (2013), Applied Circuit Analysis. New York, New York:
McGraw-Hill Inc.
Robbins, (2013). Circuit Analysis Theory and Practice (5th Edition).
New York: Delmar Cengage Learning
Dorf, Richard(2011). Introduction to Electric Circuits, 8th Ed. New
Jersey: John Wiley & Sons
Sadiku, M.N, & Alexander, C.K. (2013). Fundamentals of Electric
Circuits. New York, New York: MCGraw-Hill Inc.
Snyder, G.D. (2012). Problem Solving Guide for DC/AC. New Jersey:
Pearson Education.
Gibilisco, S. (2012). Electricity Demystified (2nd Ed.). New York, New
York: McGraw-Hill Inc.

SPECIFIC COURSE INFORMATION
a. Course Description
The course introduces the concept of instantaneous electric circuits. It provides the knowledge and
principles of AC circuits involving analysis of RLC circuits applied with sinusoidal voltage; complex
impedance, bridge circuits; analysis of complex circuits connected with different load impedance;
concept of power and power factor correction through power triangle relationship; resonant and tuned
circuits, two-port network parameters and transfer function and analysis of dynamic circuits with AC
excitation, basic principles of coupled circuits. The students are expected to demonstrate the knowledge
and principles of electric circuits in solving complex problem in electrical systems.
b. Prerequisites
Co-requisites

EE 313L1/ECP 063L1 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 1
EE 363/CP453 ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

c. Course Classification
Required
(Required/elective/
selected elective)
SPECIFIC GOALS FOR THE COURSE
a. Course Objective
The course aims to provide knowledge and principles to students to enhance their critical thinking skills
in solving complex AC system through the principles of circuit analysis involving inductive, capacitive
and resistive load. The course also aims to characterize, evaluate and compare the output response both
in the time and frequency domain relative to the passive elements (resistance, capacitance and
inductance) impressed with sinusoidal voltage, to verify the behavior of ac system at with and without
static capacitor; analyze ac system under transient current condition, principles of AC bridge circuits and
application, Principles of Harmonics and Filters, and analysis of ac system involving Maximum Power
Transfer

Sum of Voltages with Classical Method. Parallel & Series Operation of Load Impedances Midterm Period (Week 7-12) IV. Analyze ac circuits under condition of resonance frequency and during transient current 4. Two-Port Network: Impedance Parameters. science. Linear Bilateral Circuits: Analysis of Multiple Sources. Power Factor Correction. Evaluate the time response of series RL and RC circuits applied with ac voltage 6. and engineering to solve complex engineering problems COURSE TOPICS Prelim Period (Weeks 1–6) I. Average and RMS Values. Ohm’s Law in AC Circuits. and Harmonic Filters VII. Convert maximum values into root-mean squared values 3. Impedance. Introduction: TIP Vision and Mission. Resistive. Course Outcomes By the end of the course. the students will be able to: 1. Student Outcomes Addressed by the Course a. Course Objectives/ Course Intended Learning Outcomes. Bandwidth Frequency. Program Objectives/ Program Intended Learning Outcomes. Reactance. Linear Bilateral Circuits involving Nodal Principles. Complex Circuits Analysis involving Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems. Use appropriate techniques in the analysis of ac circuits as applied with ac voltage 5. AC Circuits Involving Resonance and Tuned Circuits with Varying Frequency: Series and Parallel Resonance in AC Circuits. . and Capacitive Loads. and Phase Angle III. Impedance. Power Triangle. Introduction to AC Electrical System and its Characteristics: Generation of Alternating Current. Distinguish resistive. Admittance Parameters. Susceptance. Conceptualize ac bridge circuits as applied to ac system or equipment c. RLC Circuits. inductive and capacitive load circuits 2.TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES COURSE SYLLABUS b. apply knowledge of mathematics. Course Policies II. Power in Multiple Loads of Inductive. Hybrid Parameters. Power and Power Factor Analysis in Single-Phase and Three-Phase AC Circuits:. V. Transmission Parameters. Maximum Power Transfer Final Period (Weeks 13–18) VI. Interconnection of Networks. Harmonics. Properties of AC Electric Circuits: Functional Transformation. Phasor Voltage and Current. TIP Graduate Attributes/ Institutional Intended Learning Outcomes. Apply power factor correction in correcting power factor using power triangle method 7.