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17ABBTEL - Theory of Electrical Engineering

11.3.2020 - distance learning instructions No. 1 (17ABBTEL lectures)

Selfstudy learning based on instructions and recommended sources.

16.3.2020 - distance learning instructions No. 2 (17ABBTEL tutorials)

Selfstudy learning including homeworks with feedback. There are available HW results for the first fifth tasks and there will be prepared next. Solution procedure descriptions will be prepared as optional. For consultations will be used MS Teams and for testing LMS Moodle.

16.3.2020 - distance learning instructions No. 3 (17ABBTEL tutorials)

There were created Moodle (for testing) and Teams (for consultations) based courses, i.e. 17ABBTEL Theory of Electrical Engineering B192 Ing. Pavel Máša, Ph.D. and Predmet-B192-17ABBTEL.

30.3.2020 - distance learning instructions No. 4 (17ABBTEL tutorials)

There will be test in Moodle as follows from timeschedule. Test will be limitted to the time window and for 45 minutes. There will be three tasks. The first one - fundamental quantities (charge, energy, current...). The second one - fundamental relationships for inductors and capacitors (current / voltage, energy...). The direct current, i.e. DC circuits. There will be required numerical answers only for all tasks. Be careful, what physical units will be used within the asignment. E.g. for result 100000 Coulombů and physical unit C use answer 100000. In case of kiloCoulomb use 100 and so on. After the finishing of teh test you will obtain results.

Code Completion Credits Range Language
17ABBTEL Z,ZK 4 2P+2L English
Lecturer:
Pavel Máša
Tutor:
Pavel Máša
Supervisor:
Department of Biomedical Technology
Synopsis:

Electric current, DC and AC currents. Electrical curcuits including R, L, C. Power of electric current, thermal effect of electric current. Distribution of electrical energy. Connection of the electrical systems. Input resistance and impedance, idle voltage, inner resistance and impedance of the source, mutual loading of the source and electrical appliance, impedance matching. Properties of circuits in time and frequency domain. Transient action in DC circuits, frequency characteristics of the L/C circuit. Electrical current in semiconductor, type of the conductivity, creation of the semiconductor crossing, properties in the forward and reverse direction. Bipolar transistor - transistor effect, basic principle in elementary circuit. Unipolar transistor. Unipolar transistors with complementary vodivosti (CMOS). Electromagnetic effects (induction, magnetization, force effect). Electromagnetic wave, spreading, interference, electromagnetic compatibility. Soft and hard magnetic materials. Transformers construction and parameters. Magnetic recording and reproduction of signals. Electromotors principles.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1.Electric current, DC and AC currents.

2.Electrical curcuits including R, L, C.

3.Power of electric current, thermal effect of electric current. Distribution of electrical energy. Connection of the electrical systems.

4.Input resistance and impedance, idle voltage, inner resistance and impedance of the source, mutual loading of the source and electrical appliance, impedance matching.

5.Properties of circuits in time and frequency domain. Transient action in DC circuits, frequency characteristics of the L/C circuit.

6.Electrical current in semiconductor, type of the conductivity, creation of the semiconductor crossing, properties in the forward and reverse direction.

7.Bipolar transistor - transistor effect, basic principle in elementary circuit. Unipolar transistor.

8.Unipolar transistors with complementary vodivosti (CMOS).

9.Electromagnetic effects (induction, magnetization, force effect).

10.Electromagnetic wave, spreading, interference, electromagnetic compatibility.

11.Soft and hard magnetic materials.

12.Transformers construction and parameters.

13.Magnetic recording and reproduction of signals.

14.Electromotors principles.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1.Seminar - computational task - DC circuits

2.Seminar - computational task - DC circuits

3.Seminar - computational task - DC circuits

4.Seminar - computational task - DC circuits

5.Seminar - computational task - harmonic steady state

6.Seminar - computational task - harmonic steady state

7.Seminar - computational task - harmonic steady state

8.Seminar - computational task - harmonic steady state

9.Seminar - computational task - circuit equations

10.Seminar - computational task - circuit equations

11.Seminar - computational task - circuit equations

12.Seminar - computational task - circuit equations

13.Seminar - presentations of the projects

14.Seminar - presentations of the projects

Study Objective:

To introduce students to the methods of electrical circuits analysis for steady state in DC linear circuits and in the harmonic steady state in AC circuits by means of the circuit equations configured by loop currents and knot voltages. The most important tasks are the solution of the circuits based on the Thevenin and Norton theorem. The methodology of the magnetic circuits solutions is included as well.

Study materials:

[1] Havlíček, V., Čmejla, R.: Basic circuit theory I-Exercises. 2. vydání. Praha: ČVUT, 2002.

[2] Havlíček,V., Čmejla, R., Zemánek, I.: Basic circuit theory II. - excercises. 1. vydání. Praha: ČVUT, 1997.

[3] Mikulec, M., Havlíček, V.: Basic Circuit Theory. 2. vydání. Praha: ČVUT, 2005.

[4] Foit, J.: Basic Electronics. 1. vydání. Praha: ČVUT, 2005.

[5] Foit, J., Vobecký, J., Záhlava, V.: Electronics. Laboratory Measurements. 1. vydání. Praha: ČVUT, 2005.

[6] Foit, J., Vobecký, J., Záhlava, V.: Electronics - Laboratory Measurements. dotisk 1. vydání. Praha: ČVUT, 2007.

Note:
The course is a part of the following study plans:
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Timeschedule of lectures of 17ABBTEL in SS AY1718 | https://harm.fbmi.cvut.cz/B172/17ABBTEL/lec

Timeschedule of exercises of 17ABBTEL in SS AY1718 | https://harm.fbmi.cvut.cz/B172/17ABBTEL/tut