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UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST - MANILA

College of Engineering
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
School Year 2015-2016
COURSE CODE

NEE 311

COURSE TITLE

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS I (LECTURE)

COURSE CREDIT

Lecture 2 units (3 hours/week)

COURSE DESCRIPTION

PRE-REQUISITE/S

Laboratory 0 unit
Covers the basic concepts and fundamental laws of electrical circuit theory;
analysis and applications of series, parallel and series-parallel resistive
circuits; mesh and nodal analysis; network theorems; characteristics of
inductors and capacitors; analysis of RL, RC, and RLC circuits with DC
excitation.
PHN 211 (Physics 2); MAN 221 (Integral Calculus)
CO-REQUISITE: NEE 312 (Electrical Circuits Laboratory); ESN 311 (Differential
Equations)

EE DEPARTMENT
MISSION

The mission of the Electrical Engineering Department declare its role to the
development of globally competitive Professional Electrical Engineers equipped with
proper knowledge, technical skills, and values that will contribute to national
development.

EE DEPARTMENT VISION

The Electrical Engineering Department is envisioned to be provider of Electrical


Engineers, and to become the premiere school with the best undergraduate program
equipped with modern laboratory facility for research, computational method, and
experimentation.

EE PROGRAM

After three to five years from graduation, the Electrical Engineering alumni shall:

EDUCATIONAL
OBJECTIVES

1. have pursued advancement towards Electrical Engineering practice to become


a globally competitive Professional Electrical Engineers
2. be contributors to the development in the practice of Electrical Engineering
both locally and international and to promote high standard of electrical
engineering practice for the welfare of the society and the environment.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES:


a
.

Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering

b
.

Design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data

c
.

Design a system, component or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints

d
.

Function on multi-disciplinary teams

e
.

Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems

f. Have an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities.


g
.

Communicate effectively in both Filipino and English languages

h
.

Have an understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context

i.

Recognize the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning

j.

Apply knowledge of contemporary issues

k
.

Use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for the practice of electrical
engineering.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Student Learning Outcomes


Identify the network elements, concepts, laws and theorems pertinent
to direct current circuits.
Adopt principles and methods of analysis in solving DC circuits.
Evaluate the use of different theorems in the solution of DC circuits.
Manipulate their knowledge of differential equations in DC transients
circuit analysis.

WEEKS/HO
URS

1-3
9 HOURS

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LEARNING
OUTCOME
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TOPIC

LO1

1. Basic Concepts
1.1. Introduction
1.2. System of Units
1.3. Charge and Current
1.4. Voltage
1.5. Power and Energy
1.6. Circuit Elements

TEACHIN
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LEARNIN
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ACTIVITI
ES

ASSESSM
ENT
TASKS

Lecture
Problem
Solving

Seatwork
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nt
Quiz

Lecture
Problem
Solving

Seatwork
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nt
Quiz

QUIZ 1
4-7
12 HOURS

2. Basic Laws
2.1. Ohms Law
2.2. Nodes, Branches and Loops
2.3. Kirchhoffs Laws
2.4. Voltage Divider and Current Divider Principle
2.5. Wye-Delta Transformations
3. Analysis of Series, Parallel and Series-Parallel circuits

LO2

QUIZ 2
PRELIM EXAM
8-9
6 HOURS

4. Analysis of Resistive circuits with controlled sources


5. Methods of Analysis
5.1. Introduction
5.2.Mesh Analysis
5.3.Nodal Analysis

Lecture
Problem
Solving

Seatwork
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Quiz

Lecture
Problem
Solving

Seatwork
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nt
Quiz

Lecture
Problem
Solving

Seatwork
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Lecture
Problem
Solving

Seatwork
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QUIZ 1
10-12

6. Network Theorems
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Superposition
6.3. Source Transformation

9 HOURS

13-15
9 HOURS

QUIZ 2
MIDTERM EXAM
6.4.Thevenins Theorem
6.5.Nortons Theorem
6.6.Maximum Power Transfer
7. Inductors and Capacitors
7.1.Series and Parallel Inductors
7.2.Series Parallel Capacitors

QUIZ 1
16-19
9 HOURS

8. First-Order Circuits
8.1.Source-Free RL Circuit
8.2.Source-Free RC Circuit
9. Second-Order Circuits
9.1.Source-Free Series RLC Circuit
9.2.Source-Free Parallel RLC Circuit

QUIZ 2
FINAL EXAM

SUMMARY

WEEK

TOPICS

LECTURE

1-3

Basic Concepts
Basic Laws
Analysis of Series, Parallel and Series-Parallel circuits
Analysis of Resistive circuits with controlled sources
Methods of Analysis
Network Theorems
Network Theorems (Cont.)
Inductors and Capacitors
First-Order Circuits
Second-Order Circuits
TOTAL

9 hours

4-7
8-9
10-12
13-15
16-19

LABORATO
RY

12 hours
6 hours
9 hours
9 hours
12 hours
57 HOURS

References:
1. Hayt, William H. 2002. Engineering Circuit Analysis. USA : McGraw-Hill
2. Bird, John. 2010. Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology. Amsterdam: Elsevier
3. Alexander, Charles K. and Sadiku, Matthew N. 2013. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits 5th edition.
New York, USA: McGraw-Hill.
4. Dorf, Richard C. and Svoboda, James A. 2011. Introduction to Electric Circuits 7th edition. Hoboken,
NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
5. Edminister, J.A. 2011. Theory and Problems of Electric Circuits, Schaums Outline Series. New York,
USA : McGraw-Hill

GRADING SYSTEM
Prelim

Midterm

Finals

Quizzes (Q)

33%

Quizzes (Q)

33%

Quizzes (Q)

33%

Prelim Exam (PE)

67%

Midterm Exam (ME)

67%

Final Exam (FE)

67%

Prelim Grade (PG)

100%

Tentative Midterm Grade


100%
(TMG)
Midterm Grade=
2TMG+ PG
3

Tentative Final Grade


(TFG)

Final Grade=

100%

MG
( 2TFG+
)
3

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

Date Revised:

Engr. Jessica Laine


Tumbaga

Engr. Ernilyn De Guzman

Engr. Dominador S.
Pagbilao

June, 2015

GENERAL POLICIES
1. Absence in excess of 20% of total required number of meetings per term will be given a mark of D
Dropped unofficially.
2. Late in excess of 25% of the scheduled class duration will be considered absent (15 minutes for a 1
hour class; 23 minutes for a 1-1/2 hour class; 30 minutes for a 2 hour class). Reference time is
DOSTs JUAN TIME.
3. Only missed major exams may be given a special make-up exam with valid reasons and upon
presentation of related documents. Missed quizzes will be given a score of 0.
4. Cheating will be automatically penalized with a final grade of 5.0.
5. Student not in proper uniform will not be admitted in the class.