Circuit Analysis

Structure Type: Course
Code: ITTA0104
Type: Compulsory
Level: Bachelor
Credits: 3.0 points
Responsible Teacher: Ahvonen, Jani
Language of Instruction: Finnish

Course Implementations, Planned Year of Study and Semester

Curriculum  Semester  Credits  Start of Semester  End of Semester
I-TT-2010   2 spring   3.0   2012-01-09   2012-06-18  
I-TT-2011   2 spring   3.0   2013-01-05   2013-06-18  
I-TT-2012   2 autumn   3.0        
I-TT-2013   2 autumn   3.0        
TT-2014V   1 spring   3.0        
TT-2014   1 spring   3.0        
TT-2015   1 spring   3.0        
TT-2016V   1 spring   3.0        

Learning Outcomes

The student has a good command of phasor calculations of AC circuits, is able to apply phasor diagrams and associated calculations on real circuits, and knows how to select the best solution technique to a given application. The student can utilize mathematical software of the field.

Student's Workload

The total amount of student's work is 81 h, which contains 42 h of contact studies in the youth program and 30 h of contact studies in the adult program. The remaining time is used for individual studies.
The assessment of student’s own learning 1 h is included in contact lessons.

Contents

Phasor diagrams and associated calculations, power in AC circuits, series and parallel resonance circuits and their applications. The use of matrix equations in the loop and node methods, the superposition method, Thevenen and Norton techniques, applications. Simple network functions, decibel calculations, circuits with amplifiers.

Recommended or Required Reading

The material given by the teacher.

Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

Lectures and exercises.

Assessment Criteria

Grade 5: The student understands most (around 90 %) course concepts and is capable of developing applications with advanced features.
Grade 3: The student understands a considerable portion (around 60 %) of course concepts and is capable of developing applications with moderate number of functions.
Grade 1: The student understands basic (around 40 %) course concepts and is capable of developing simple applications.

Assessment Methods

An examination.

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