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Overview

The Circuit Theory I course is one of the requirement for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme . It is taught in the third semester of the second year. The number of study hours is 12 hours. The course aims to: The fundamental principles of DC circuits. Basic concepts of electricity, basic laws, methods of analysis, circuit theorems, capacitors and inductors, first-order circuits, second-order circuits.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding

  • To get to know the basic of DC electrical Circuits.
  • The ability to deal and analyze DC electrical circuits.
  • The ability to use different methods of circuit analysis

intellectual skills

  • The ability to solve numerical problems and exercises.
  • Develop the ability to discuss and have scientific discourse
  • The ability to submit a research summary of gained knowledge throughout the course.

Practical and professional skills

  • Students will be capable of using software applications about electrical circuits
  • Students will be capable of using circuit analysis techniques
  • Students will be capable of using electrical storage elements
  • Students will be capable to analysis first and second order transient circuits

General and transferable skills

  • Gain the expertise of dealing with Internet
  • Develop student communication skills
  • Be able to experience team work

 

 

Teaching and learning methods

–  Lectures.

–  Assignments.

Evaluation Methods

التقييم

طرق التقييم

تاريخ التقييم

Weight [%]

التقييم الاول

Weekly assignments

Every week

10%

التقييم  الثاني

Mid-term exam

Week 7

50%

التقييم الثالث

Final exam

Week 16

40%

 

Overview

The Circuit Theory II course is one of the requirement for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme . It is taught in the third semester of the second year. The number of study hours is 12 hours. The course aims to: Sinusoidal Steady State Analysis. Analysis Techniques in the Frequency Domain. Three-Phase Sources and Systems. Magnetically coupled circuits. Frequency response. Circuit analysis using Fourier techniques and Laplace transformation (sdomain circuits).

 

Learning Outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding

  • To get to know the basic of sinusoidal steady-state analysis for various circuits.
  • To learn about the principles of Phase shift and phasor diagrams and Power in the Sinusoidal Steady State and Three-Phase Sources and Systems..
  • To understand the Magnetically coupled circuits and circuits frequency response
  • Students will have the required knowledge to Circuit analysis using Fourier techniques and Laplace transformation (s-domain circuits).

intellectual skills

  • The ability to solve numerical problems and exercises.
  • Develop the ability to discuss and have scientific discourse
  • The ability to submit a research summary of gained knowledge throughout the course.

Practical and professional skills

  • Students will be capable of determine circuit response in AC
  • Students will be capable of determine three phase electrical parameters
  • Students will be capable of determine frequency response and resonance in RLC circuits
  • Students will be capable of using s-domain to solve electrical circuits

 

 

General and transferable skills

  • Gain the expertise of dealing with Internet
  • Develop student communication skills
  • Exposed to different mathematical tools
  • Be able to experience team work

 

 

Teaching and learning methods

–  Lectures.

–  Assignments.

Evaluation Methods

التقييم

طرق التقييم

تاريخ التقييم

Weight [%]

التقييم الاول

Weekly assignments

Every week

10%

التقييم  الثاني

Mid-term exam

Week 7

50%

التقييم الثالث

Final exam

Week 16

40%

 

Overview

The Computer Programming course is one of the requirement for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme . It is taught in the third semester of the second year. The number of study hours is 9 hours. The course aims to: The aim of this course is to teach students computer programming skills that will be relevant many years in the future. Teaching would be more general, however, programming practical subjects is taught so that to enable students to write real working programs.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding

  • To get to know the concept of computer science.
  • To learn about the principles of computer programming, computer programming, program execution and data storage.
  • To know Computer program structure
  • To learns about arrays, pointers and c strings, functions, modules and classes

intellectual skills

  • Students will gain the ability to understand and analyze computer structure and computer organization..
  • Students will be able to understand abstraction
  • To understand how to use computer programming to solve everyday life problems.
  • To get to know the various functions of computer programs and their use and utilization.

Practical and professional skills

  • Students will be capable of using computers
  • Students will be capable of program computers using different languages
  • Students will be capable of diagnosing and troubleshooting compute problems
  • Students will be capable to use computer simulations

General and transferable skills

  • Gain the expertise of computer programming projects
  • Be exposed to different computer technologies
  • Exposed to different industries, hence gain some communication skills
  • Be able to experience team work

 

Teaching and learning methods

–  Lectures.

–  Assignments.

Evaluation Methods

التقييم طرق التقييم تاريخ التقييم Weight [%]
التقييم الاول Weekly assignments Every week 10%
التقييم  الثاني Mid-term exam Week 7 50%
التقييم الثالث Final exam Week 16 40%

 

Overview

The Electromagnetics I course is one of the requirement for the Electrical and Electronic Engineering programme . It is taught in the third semester of the second year. The number of study hours is 12 hours. The course aims to: To understand the vector algebra: Scalars and vectors, Coordinate systems including general curvilinear.  To learn about the vector analysis: Differential relations and line, surface and volume integration. To learn about the static electric fields: Coulomb’s law, Maxwell’s divergence and curl equations, Capacitance, Energy, Dielectric materials and boundary conditions. To introduce the magnetic fields concepts: Bio-Savart’s law, Ampere’s law, Maxwell’s divergence and curl equations, Inductance, Energy, Magnetic materials, Boundary conditions and Magnetic circuits.

 

Learning Outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding

  • To get to know the vector algebra.
  • To learn about the differential relations and line, surface and volume integration.
  • To understand the basic concept of static electric fields
  • Students will have the required knowledge to understand steady magnetic fields

intellectual skills

  • Students will gain the ability to understand Scalars, vectors and coordinate systems and analyze the vectors.
  • Students will be able to distinguish between differential relations and line, surface and volume integration
  • To get to know the Coulomb’s law, Maxwell’s divergence and curl equations, Capacitance, Energy, Dielectric materials and boundary conditions.
  • To get to know the steady magnetic fields: Bio-Savart’s law, Ampere’s law, Maxwell’s divergence and curl equations, Inductance, Energy, Magnetic materials, Boundary conditions and Magnetic circuits

Practical and professional skills

  • Students will be capable of using software applications about electrical circuits
  • Students will be capable of using circuit analysis techniques
  • Students will be capable of using electrical storage elements
  • Students will be capable to analysis first and second order transient circuits

General and transferable skills

  • Gain the expertise of dealing with Internet
  • Develop student communication skills
  • Be able to experience team work

 

 

Teaching and learning methods

–  Lectures.

–  Assignments.

Evaluation Methods

التقييم طرق التقييم تاريخ التقييم Weight [%]
التقييم الاول Weekly assignments Every week 10%
التقييم  الثاني Mid-term exam Week 7 50%
التقييم الثالث Final exam Week 16 40%

 

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