Capital University of Science & Technology

# Linear Circuit Analysis Lab (EE1211)

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##### Recommended Book(s)

Laboratory Manual

## Course Objectives

This course is meant to reinforce a good understanding of the fundamentals of electrical engineering through practical applications. Starting from Ohm’s law, and the Kirchhoff’s laws, basic analysis techniques are taught. Important laws of circuit analysis are explained using passive circuit elements.

## Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

CLO:1. Illustrate knowledge of primary electronic lab instruments including DMM, Function Generator, Oscilloscope and electronic trainer (Level: P2)

CLO:2. Show knowledge of constructing electronic circuits and simulating  their results using PSPICE (Level: C3)

CLO:3. Design a basic electronic circuit and investigate effect of different changes on the final outcome (Level: C6)

## Course Contents

##### Lab Experiments:Introduction to Lab instruments and basic circuits
1. Introduction to lab instruments
2. Series and parallel circuits
3. Ohm’s Law
##### Analysis of Physical circuits
1. Kirchhoff’s voltage and current law
2. Superposition theorem
3. Thevenin Theorem
4. Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
##### Introduction to Simulation of circuits
1. Introduction to PSPICE
2. Transient Analysis using PSPICE
3. AC analysis using PSPICE
##### Time Varying signals
1. AC signal and measurements
##### Introduction to Resonant circuits
1. RC circuit and filter
2. Series resonant circuit
3. Parallel resonant circuit

## Mapping of CLOs to Program Learning Outcomes

 CLOs/PLOs CLO:1 CLO:2 CLO:3 PLO:1 (Engineering Knowledge) PLO:2 (Problem Analysis) PLO:3 (Design and Development of Solutions) PLO:4 (Investigation) √ PLO:5 (Modern Tool Usage) √ √ PLO:6 (The Engineer and Society) PLO:7 (Environment and Sustainability) PLO:8 (Ethics) PLO:9 (Individual and Team Work) PLO:10 (Communication) PLO:11 (Project Management) PLO:12 (Life Long Learning)