Course Outline

Electric circuits represent the foundation of electrical engineering studies and practices. All electrical systems can be modeled using the electric circuits approach. Therefore, learning how to build and analyze electric circuits constitute a milestone in building engineering career. This course will provide the students with strong understanding of electric circuits with emphasis on the techniques for analysing electric circuits in steady state and in transient state as well.

Course Instructor:

Prof. Yasser G. Hegazy                      Email: yasser.hegazy@guc.edu.eg


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Lecture Times: Mondays 2rd slot in H16 and 3th  slot in H13 & Thursdays 1st and 2nd slots in H16


Course Objectives:

The main objectives of this course are:

1. To build an understanding of the basic concepts of electric circuits.

2. To apply the basic laws of electric circuits.

3. To learn the different analysis methods of electric circuits.

4. To analyze different configurations of resistive circuits using these methods.

5. To investigate the transient phenomena in electric circuits.

6. To develop the students’ problem solving skills


References

Text Book

Charles K. Alexander and Matthew Sadiku, “Fundamentals of Electric Circuits” 6Th  Edition, McGrawHill, 2017.

Reference Book

W. Nilsson and S. A. Riedel, “Electric Circuits”, 10th  Edition ,  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 2018. 


Assessment Policy:

 

Method

Percentage

 Assignments

10%

Practical Assignments

15%

 Quizzes

10%

Midterm Exam

25%

 Final exam

40%