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BAHRIA UNIVERSITY

Department of Electrical Engineering


FALL 2017, WEEKLY COURSE BREAKUP PLAN

Course Title: Electrical Network Analysis


Course Code: EEN-211
Credit Hours: 3+1
Prerequisite: Linear Circuit Analysis
Instructor:
Email: farazhimayun.bukc@bahria.edu.pk

Course Objectives:

Objective of this course is to equip the students with the knowledge and techniques of analyzing
electrical networks.

Course Learning Outcome:


CLO1: Students will be able to get knowledge of basic passive circuit elements used in engineering which
include Resistor, Inductor and Capacitor
CLO2: Students will be able to analyze R, L, C circuits in various forms which include polyphase
circuits, ac power circuits, magnetically coupled circuits etc.
CLO3: Students will be able to demonstrate the effect of power transfer, power dissipation and power
factor on power transmission.
CLO4: Students will be able to analyze R, L, C with the application for sinusoidal forcing function.
Students will be able to use modern tool Multisim for analyzing electrical circuit.
CLO5: Student will be able to solve time domain, phasor and frequency domain response of second
order circuits
MAPPING OF CLOS TO PLOS (PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES)

PLOs CLOs
CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5
PLO 01 Engineering Knowledge
PLO02 Engineering Problem Analysis
PLO03 Designing and Development
PLO04 Investigation
PLO05 Modern tool usage
PLO06 Engineer and Society
PLO07 Environment and sustainability
PLO08 Professionalism and Ethics
PLO09 Communication
PLO 10 Individual and Team Work
PLO 11 Life-long learning
PLO 12 Project Management

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BAHRIA UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
FALL 2017, WEEKLY COURSE BREAKUP PLAN

Lecture
Week Starting Date Tentative Course Plan
Number
01 The Source free parallel RLC circuits.
th th 02
1 11 -15 Sep 2017 The Underdamped RLC Circuits
03 Critical Damping with Numerical
Over damping with Numerical
04
2 18th -22nd Sep 2017 05 Source free series RLC circuits
06 Complete response of the RLC Circuit
Role of finite resistance in damping circuits
07
th th 08 Numerical from the end of chapter 9 exercise.
3 25 -29 Sep 2017
09 Quiz # 01. Numerical from the end of chapter
9 exercise
Characteristics of Sinusoidal Function
10
4 2nd -6th Oct 2017 11 Force response to sinusoidal function
12 The Complex forcing Function,
The Voltage and Current Phasor
13 representation.
5 9th -13th Oct 2017 14 Phasor V-I Relationships of R,L and C
15 Related examples and practice problems
Impedance, Series parallel combinations of
16 Impedances.
th th 17
16 -20 Oct 2017 Concept of Admittance and series-parallel
6
combinations
18 Nodal & Mesh Analysis of AC circuits.
Related Examples and practice problems
19
rd th 20 Application of Network Theorems on AC
7 23 -27 Oct 2017
circuits
21 Use of Phasor diagram in circuit solutions.
Quiz # 2 End of chapter 10 exercise problems
22
30th Oct -3rd Nov 2017 23 End of chapter 10 exercise problems
8
24 End of chapter 10 exercise problems
9 6th -11th Nov 2017 MID TERM EXAMINATIONS
25 Concept of instantaneous power. Power due to
sinusoidal source
10 13th -17th Nov 2017
26 Average power in the sinusoidal steady state.
27 Maximum Power transfer in AC circuits

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BAHRIA UNIVERSITY
Department of Electrical Engineering
FALL 2017, WEEKLY COURSE BREAKUP PLAN

Lecture
Week Starting Date Tentative Course Plan
Number
The RMS values of a periodic waveform
28 (Sinusoidal waveform)
11 20th -24th Nov 2017 29 Apparent Power and Power Factor
30 Power Factor Numericals
Complex Power with Numerical
31
12 27th Nov -1st Dec 2017 32 End of chapter 11 problems
33 End of chapter 11 problems
34 Poly Phase System
13 4th -8th Dec 2017 35 Single Phase three wire system
36 Three Phase Y-Y Connection
Quiz # 03
37
14 11th - 15th Dec 2017 38 The Delta Connection with numerical
39 Mutual & Self inductances
Dot convention and passive sign conventions
40
th nd 41 Definition of Laplace Transform & Inverse
15 18 - 22 Dec 2017
Laplace Transform with examples
42 Modeling of R, L & C in s-domain
Node and Mesh analysis in s-domain
43
25th 29th Dec 2017 44 Quiz # 04
45
16 Two port Networks, Admittance Parameters
Impedance Parameters with Numerical
46
17 1st Jan - 5th Jan 2018 47 Hybrid Parameters with Numerical
48 Revision
18 8th Jan- 13th Jan 2018 FINAL TERM EXAMINATION WEEK

Recommended Books:
1 Engineering Circuit Analysis, Latest Edition by William. H Hayt..
2 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, Gordon J Alexander and Matthew N.O. Sadiku

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