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## Course groups

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## Course description

Currents changing in time. Alternating and sinusoidal currents. Basic effects of alternating currents. Average and RMS values. Connecting R, L and C on an AC voltage. Power and voltage relations in AC circuits. Phasor representation. Impedance and admittance, complex power. Methods for solving electrical networks: direct usage of the Kirchhoffov' laws, the method of node voltages, the method of loop currents, the method of superposition. Thevenin's theorem, Norton's theorem and Millman's theorem. Compensation of the reactive power. Resonance. Q factor and frequency characteristic. Multiphase currents. Three-phase system. Delta and wye connected load. Power of the three-phase system. Inductances and transformer. Total inductance of mutual coils. Coreless transformer - equation and scheme. Transformer with iron core.

## Knowledge and skills acquired

Student will acquire knowledge of phasors, linear DC and AC circuits solving, complex power calculation; calculation of the compensation and resonance; current, voltage and power calculation in three-phase networks; as well as basic knowledge of tranformers.

## Teaching methods

Students are obliged to attend both lectures and exercises.

## Student assessment

Testing labaratory exercises, written and oral examinations.

## Obligatory literature

1. Kuzmanović, B. Osnove elektrotehnike II. Zagreb: Element, 2000.

2. Alexander, Charles K; Sadiku, Matthew N.O. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits. McGraw Hill Higher Education, 2009.

3. B. Kuzmanović, Osnove elektrotehnike II, Element, Zagreb, 2000.

4. Felja, Koračin, Malić, Zbirka zadataka i rješenih primjera iz Osnova elektrotehnike, I. i II. dio, 1991.

5. Hederić, željko; Barukčić, Marinko: Osnove elektrotehnike II. Priručnik za laboratorijske vježbe, interna skripta ETF, Osijek, 2010.

Pretraži literaturu

1. V. Pinter, Osnove elektrotehnike I i II, Tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 1994

2. B. Kuzmanović, Zbirka zadataka i pitanja iz Osnova elektrotehnike 1, Element, Zagreb, 2010.

3. J. Edminister: Electric Circuits, Schaum's Outline Series, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1983.

4. U.A.Bakshi, V.U.Bakshi: Basic Electrical Engineering, Technical Publications, 2009.

## ECTS credits

An ECTS credit value has been added according to calculation of time required for studying and successful course completion.

## Examination methods

Written and oral examination, possibility of passing the examination by passing periodic tests.

## Course assessment

Students' evaluation, analysis of their work in laboratory and grades scored in the written and the oral examination.

## Overview of course assesment

Learning outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

1. definirati osnovne električne veličine i pojmove u električnom krugu (struja, napon, snaga, aktivni i pasivni elementi, impedancija, admitancija, električna otpornost, induktivnost, kapacitivnost, međuinduktivnost)

2. upotrijebiti jednostavnije matematičke modele osnovnih fizikalnih elemenata stvarnog strujnog kruga izmjenične struje

3. analizirati električne krugove izmjenične struje s linearnim elementima u ustaljenom stanju

4. primijeniti metode rješavanja električnih krugova izmjenične struje s linearnim elementima u ustaljenom stanju

5. riješiti analitički i numerički matematičke modele električnih krugova izmjenične struje s linearnim elementima u ustaljenom stanju primjenom fazorskog računa

6. spojiti jednostavnije električne krugove izmjenične struje

7. mjeriti osnovne električne veličine u električnim krugovima izmjenične struje

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