# Circuit theory

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EET 3200: Electric Circuit Theory / EMT 3204: Principles of Electrical Technology Contact Hours 45 Purpose of the Course The aim of this course is to enable the student to understand basic circuit parameters and laws and their applications in electrical circuits. Expected Learning Outcomes: By the end of this course, the student should be able to; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Understand basic laws associated with DC circuits. Understand magnetic circuits Understand the difference between DC and AC circuits. Define various electrical circuit parameters Analyse sine waves and three-phase circuits Understand AC circuit analysis. Understand RLC circuits. Course Content Electrical power sources: Electric power, Joule’s law, Resistance, current and voltage. Circuits and networks: Passive and active components; capacitors, resistors, inductors. Series and parallel circuits: Ohm’s, and Kirchhoff’s laws, Direct Current (D.C.) circuit analysis, Electric fields and capacitance, Magnetic circuits, Self-inductance, Mutual inductance. Transient analysis of D.C. circuits with resistance, inductance and capacitance (RLC), Step response, rise time, impulse response. Alternating voltage and current: Sine waves, mean, peak and root mean square (r.m.s.) values. Impedance and admittance. Power in Alternating Current (A.C.) circuits, Analysis of single phase A.C. circuits, power factor, and three-phase A.C.: Analysis of three-phase A.C. circuits. Phasors. 1 Mode of Delivery:     ...
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