Department Of Electrical/Electronic Engineering Courseware

COURSE DETAILS:
Week 1-2: Introduction to current electricity, DC circuits, measurement of voltage, current, resistance in a circuit and ohms law.
Week 3-4: Basic circuit laws and theorems.
Week 5-6: Analysis of power in AC circuits, resonance in AC circuits and power factor.
Week 7-8: Analysis of semi-conductor materials, diode and its application.
Week 9-10: Transistor characteristics, device and circuits.
Week 11: Electrical power measurements.
Week 12 Revision

Complex analysis – Element of complex algebra, trigonometry, exponential and logarithmic
functions. Real number, sequences and series. Vectors – Elements, differentiation and
integration. Elements of linear algebra. Pre-requisite MTH 111.

Calculus – Elementary differentiation, relevant theorems. Differential equations – Exact
Equations. Methods for second order equations. Partial differential equation. Simple cases –
Applications. Numerical Analysis – linear equations, non-linear equations. Finite difference
operators: Introduction to linear programming.

General Overview of Lecture: The course introduces the classifications of electrical machines, review the concept of electromehanical energy conversion, the theory of electromagnetic induction as it applies to static electrical machine, transformer, rotating magnetic field in the case of electric motors and generators. The principle of operation, analysis, test and areas of applications transformers, DC motors and DC generators will be studied. Parallel operation of power transformers and generators will be discussed. The Performance and methods of speed control of…

General overview of lecture: The purpose of this course is to give students the basic understanding and applications of the transistor and operational amplifiers. Areas covered by this course include the parameter analysis of the equivalent circuit of the single-stage and multistage transistor amplifiers using BJTs and FETs, Operational Amplifiers analysis such as the feedback, broadband and narrowed band amplifiers; power amplifiers analysis; Voltage amplifiers,
Voltage and current stabilizing circuit.

General overview of lecture: The purpose of this course is to give students the basic understanding the science behind electronic materials and phenomena and their applications. It is centered mainly on particles responsible for current flow in materials. Areas covered by this course include electrons and electronic structure of matter, conductivity in crystalline solids and semiconductors, theory of energy bands, electron emissions, elementary discrete devices fabrication techniques and IC technology.