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# TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES

COURSE SYLLABUS

## COURSE CODE EE 002

COURSE NAME ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS 1
CREDITS 4 units (3 units lecture, 1 unit laboratory)
CONTACT HOURS 3 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory
Engr. Eric L. Ybanez
INSTRUCTOR
Faculty Member, Electrical Engineering
Sadiku, M (2013), Applied Circuit Analysis. New York, New York:
TEXTBOOK
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
Other Supplemental
Circuits. New York, New York: MCGraw-Hill Inc.
Materials
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 deals with concept and principles of DC electric circuit as the foundation course of Electrical,
Electronics and Computer Engineering students. The course provides knowledge and principles electric
parallel and series conductors based on Ohm’s Law. It introduces the application of network theorems in
the analysis of complicated circuit such as Maxwell mesh and nodal analysis, Kirchhoff’s Law,
Thevenin’s, Superposition, Norton’s, and Millman’s Theorem, principles and application of DC Bridge
Circuit, principles of work, power and energy involving Joule’s Law and Thermodynamics. It also
introduces the concept of Battery and its application, and Circuit Response during Transient Current

## b. Prerequisites PHYSCB 313L1 CALCULUS-BASED PHYSICS 1

MATH 313 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONs
Co-requisites
c. Course Classification Required
(Required/elective/
selected elective)
SPECIFIC GOALS FOR THE COURSE
a. Course Objective
The course aims to provide students the knowledge and principles of DC electric circuits in solving
complex engineering problems including electronic and computer system. Equip students with the
required skills to analyze and evaluate linear bilateral circuits using applicable theorems and
techniques and apply these theories in designing and creating electric circuits involving electronics
devices, battery, LEDs, and other dc components, analyze electric circuits under transient response,
and analyze power dissipation and maximum power transfer
TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES
COURSE SYLLABUS

b. Course Outcomes
By the end of the course, the students will be able to:
1. Understand the fundamental electrical units, quantities and conversion factors.
2. Explain the principles of conductor and resistor, and circuit connections.
3. Determine power, energy and cost of energy of dc system.
4. Use star-delta transformation in solving three-terminal circuits.
5. Evaluate bilateral electric circuits using Maxwell’s Mesh Analysis and network theorems.
6. Conceptualize battery as applied to different forms of electric circuits.
7. Apply maximum power transfer analysis in dc system and battery.
8. Evaluate energized DC circuits under transient condition.

## c. Student Outcomes Addressed by the Course

a. apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex engineering
problems
d. design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze, and interpret data, and synthesize
information to provide valid conclusions for investigating complex problems

COURSE TOPICS

## Prelim Period (Weeks 1–7)

I. Introduction: TIP Vision and Mission; TIP Graduate Attributes/ Institutional Intended Learning
Outcomes; Program Objectives/ Program Intended Learning Outcomes; Course Objectives/ Course
Intended Learning Outcomes; Course Policies
II. Electric Conductors: Electrical Quantities; Ohm’s Law; Series and Parallel Conductors; Law of
Resistance; Effect of Temperature
III. Work, Power and Energy: Conversion Units; Electrical Energy, Thermal Energy; Efficiency;
Voltage Drops and Power Loss in Distribution Feeder Lines, Application to DC Machines.
Midterm Period (Week 8-12)
IV. DC Network Analysis: Three-Terminal Circuits; Kirchhoff’s Law, Maxwell’s Mesh Analysis,
Nodal’s Principles; Superposition, Thevenin’s, Nortons Theorem, Battery , Maximum Power
Transfer.
Final Period (Weeks 13–17)
V. RLC Circuit Analysis and Transients: Magnetic Circuits, Inductance, Capacitance, Time
Response