## Topic outline

• ### Instructors

 Group 01 02 Instructor Prof. Dr. Osman KÜKRER Muhammad SOHAIL Office EE 205 EE 214 Email osman.kukrer@emu.edu.tr muhammad.sohail@emu.edu.tr Telephone +90 392 630 1304 +90 392 630 1656 Office Hours TBA TBA

• ### Course Rationale and Goals

This course aims to develop knowledge of the fundamental concepts and building blocks of electrical & electronic circuits for non electrical engineering students i.e. Industrial engineering and mechanical engineering.

• ### Chapter 1

Introduction to DC Circuits:

• System of Units
• Charge and Current
• Voltage
• Power and Energy
• Circuit Elements
• ### Chapter 2

Basic Laws:

• Ohm's Law
• Nodes, Branches & Loops
• Kirchoff's Laws
• Series and Parallel Resistors
• Voltage and Current Division
• Wye-Delta Transformation
• Delta-Wye Transformation
• ### Chapter 3

Methods of Analysis:

• Nodal Analysis
• Nodal Analysis with Voltage Source
• Mesh Analysis
• Mesh Analysis with Current Source

• ### Chapter 4

Circuit Theorems:

• Linearity and Superposition
• Source Transformation
• Thevenin's Theorem
• Norton"s Theorem
• ### Chapter 6

Capacitors and Inductors:

• Capacitors
• Series and Parallel Capacitors
• Inductors
• Series and Parallel Inductors
• ### Chapter 7

First Order Circuits:

• First Order Circuits
• The Source Free RL Circuits
• The Source Free RC Circuits
• ### Mid Term Examination

All the topics studied till now are to be prepared for midterm examination. The weightage of mid term examination is 30%.

• ### Chapter 8

Second Order Circuits:

• Second Order Circuits
• The Source Free Series RLC Circuits
• The Source Free Parallel RLC Circuits
• ### Chapter 9

AC Circuits:

• Sinusoids
• Phasors
• Phasors Relationship for Circuit Elements
• Impedance Combinations
• ### Chapter 11

AC Power Analysis:

• Instantaneous and Average Power
• Maximum Average Power Transfer
• Effective or RMS Value
• Apparent Power & Power Factor
• Complex Power
• ### Chapter 13

Magnetically Coupled Circuits:

• Magnetic Circuits
• Magnetic Field & Magnetic Flux
• Energy Conversion Devices