KNL1583 CIRCUIT THEORY II (TEORI LITAR II)

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CIRCUIT THEORY II (TEORI LITAR II)

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KNL1583

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This course introduces fundamental concepts of alternating current (ac) circuit theory commonly used in electronic and electrical engineering. Techniques and principles of electrical circuit analysis containing resistance, capacitance, and inductance are included. Advanced methods used for complex ac circuits that includes nodal and mesh analysis, superposition, source transformation, Norton?s and Thevenin?s theorems are also explored. The course also discusses different configuration of balanced three-phase circuits and advanced circuit analysis techniques with multiple inputs and responses using Laplace transform and two-port network parameters.

(Kursus ini memperkenalkan konsep asas teori litar arus alik yang biasa digunakan di dalam kejuruteraan elektronik dan elektrikal. Dalam kursus ini merangkumi teknik dan prinsip analisis litar elektrikal mengandungi perintang, kapasitor dan induktor. Kaedah lanjutan untuk litar AC yang kompleks melibatkan nod dan analisis jaring, superposisi, transformasi sumber, Teorem Norton dan Thevenin turut didedahkan. Kursus ini turut membincangkan konfigurasi keseimbangan litar tiga-fasa danteknik  analisis lanjutan dengan pelbagai input dan sambutan menggunakan Transformasi Laplace dan parameter rangkaian dua-liang.)

Faculty of Engineerng, UNIMAS. Last updated: August 11, 2014, Mon, 4:29 PM

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