This course provides knowledge necessary to learn all the calculation methods of DC and AC networks. These are compulsory knowledge for all electrical engineers The topics below show how important this course for the further studies of electrical engineer subjects.
Basics of Electricity (current, voltage, resistance, power).
Analysing methods of DC networks.
Non-linear DC networks.
Analysing methods of AC networks.
Three phases systems.
Terminology. Ideal basic element, Ohm’s law, conductive item, calculation the resistance and conductance of a wire, symbols, the directions of voltage and current. Electrical work and power. Overall resistance of resistive circuit – resistors connected serial or/and parallel. Delta-to-Wye and wye-to-Delta transformation.13
Complex DC networks, Kirchhoff’s laws. Real generators (Thévenin and Norton). Source transformations. Thévenin and Norton equivalency, Millman’s theorem. 23
Voltage and current dividers. Superposition, compensation, reciprocity. 33
Maximum power transformation and efficiency. Methods for circuit simplification.43
Total network analysis. Mesh-current method.53
Analysing nonlinear circuits using graphical characteristics to find DC operating point. Dividing the nonlinear circuit to linear and nonlinear parts.73
Calculating and symbolising electric field intensity created by point charges.83
Capacitance of parallel plate capacitors. Calculating capacitance of capacitances connected serial and parallel. Voltage division. Energy of the electric field.93
Magnetic field of current-carrying wire, solenoid. Calculating magnetic field strength (H) for toroid, solenoid and a pair of current-carrying wire.103
Calculation of magnetic field strength and magnetic flux in magnetic circuits with one or two loops. Air gaps.113
Calculation of inductance, self-inductance and mutual inductance. Energy density of magnetic fields, energy stored in an inductor.123
The period, the angular frequency and the frequency; phase and phase difference; amplitude or peak, and effective value.
Ohm’s law for amplitudes and effective values of sinusoidal voltage and current.
Capacitive and inductive reactance. Symbolic calculation method: sinor, phasor, impedance, susceptance, admittance. Calculation of impedance and admittance in serial, parallel and mixed circuits.133
Complex calculations in simple circuits.
Calculation of complex power.
Absolute and effective values: form and crest factors.143
Small tests during the semester. The practice mark is calculated from
these small tests and the two big tests.
Visiting the practice course is compulsory.
of the practice mark:
Visiting the practice courses is compulsory
Get mark 2 for both big tests
The overall average of the two big test’s mark and the
average of the small tests:
practice mark = (big test 1 + big test 2 + average of small tests)/3
Kötelező irodalom: Basic Electricity: Complete Course, Volumes 1-5 in 1 [Paperback]Van Valkenburgh (Author), Nooger (Author), Neville (Author)