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Network Analysis PEK401

ECTS 5.5 | P 45 | A 30 | L 0 | K 0 | ISVU 41081 | Academic year: 2017./2018.

Course groups

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Course lecturers

MILIČEVIĆ KRUNO, Lecturer
PELIN DENIS, Associate
VULIN DRAGAN, Associate

Course description

Kirchhoff networks. Basic properties of dissipative elements. One-port and multiport resistors. Basic properties of reactive elements. Commutation laws. Conservation of charge in the node. Conservation of flux in the loop. Time responses of networks. First-and second-order circuits. Nonlinear and time-variant electrical networks. Fundamentals of network topology. Network matrices. Node and mesh analysis. Loop and cut-set analysis. State equations. Computer aided analysis of networks. Superposition integrals. General method of analysis of linear-time invariant networks. Network functions. Network theorems. Two-port equations. Harmonic steady-state solution.

Knowledge and skills acquired

Acquisition of knowledge in the time-domain and frequency-domain analysis of electrical networks. It is a prerequisite for the comprehension of networks designed for a special purpose (pulse circuits, filters, power circuits, etc.).

Teaching methods

Lectures (3 hours per week) and auditory exercises (2 hours per week).

Student requirements

Definirano Okvirima kriterija ocjenjivanja studenata FERIT-a i stavkom 1.9

Monitoring of students

Definirano Okvirima kriterija ocjenjivanja studenata FERIT-a i stavkom 1.9

Student assessment

Revision exams, tests, oral exam.

Obligatory literature

1. Flegar, I.. Teorija mreža.Osijek: Sveučilište u Osijeku, 2001.

2. Robbins, Allan H. Circuit Analysis: Theory & Practice, 3E, Delmar Cengage Learning; 3rd edition (July 1, 2003)

3. I. Flegar, Teorija mreža-Zbirka zadataka, Sveučilište u Osijeku, Osijek 1997.


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Recommended additional literature

1. L.O. Chua, C.A. Desoer, E.S. Kuh, Linear and nonlinear circuits, Mc Graw Hill Comp., New York, 1987.

2. J.W. Nilsson, S.A Riedel, Electric circuits, Reading, Massachusetts, Addison-Wesley Publ. Comp., 1996.

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 exam.

Course assessment

Provođenje sveučilišnih anketa o nastavnicima (pristup prema studentima, transparentnost kriterija, motivacija na
izvršavanje aktivnosti, jasnoća izlaganja, i sl.). Provođenje fakultetskih anketa o predmetima (nakon položenog predmeta
samoevaluacija studenata o usvojenim ishodima učenja, te o opterećenosti u usporedbi s ECTS-ima aktivnosti i predmeta
u cjelini).

Overview of course assesment

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

1. explain the basic properties of passive and active network elements

2. explain the difference between the original and a model on an example of components/devices and elements of an electrical network, and evaluate the applicability of models in engineering applications

3. evaluate properties of the network and network elements with respect to (non)linearity and time (in)variance

4. select and apply the method appropriate for solving and analysing linear/nonlinear time-variant/invariant electrical networks

5. evaluate the solutions obtained by network analysis



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Student's activity Workload ECTS (Workload/30) Learning outcomes
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:
Teaching
method
Assessment method Points
Attendance
Lectures, Auditory exercises

39
ECTS
1.3
- explain the basic properties of passive and active network elements- explain the difference between the original and a model on an example of components/devices and elements of an electrical network, and evaluate the applicability of models in engineering applications- evaluate properties of the network and network elements with respect to (non)linearity and time (in)variance- select and apply the method appropriate for solving and analysing linear/nonlinear time-variant/invariant electrical networks- evaluate the solutions obtained by network analysisLectures, Auditory exercises Attendance register. Mandatory attendance percentage is:
70%

This percentage defines the minimum workload for the activity. The maximum is defined by the study programme.
Min

0
Max

10
Practice – problem solving Workload
60
ECTS

2
- select and apply the method appropriate for solving and analysing linear/nonlinear time-variant/invariant electrical networks- evaluate the solutions obtained by network analysisMidterm exam Evaluation of (written) exercises Min

20
Max

40
Oral exam Workload
60
ECTS

2
- explain the basic properties of passive and active network elements- explain the difference between the original and a model on an example of components/devices and elements of an electrical network, and evaluate the applicability of models in engineering applications- evaluate properties of the network and network elements with respect to (non)linearity and time (in)variance- select and apply the method appropriate for solving and analysing linear/nonlinear time-variant/invariant electrical networks- evaluate the solutions obtained by network analysisOral exam Assessment of student's answers Min

20
Max

40
Group tasks Workload
6
ECTS

0.2
- explain the basic properties of passive and active network elements- explain the difference between the original and a model on an example of components/devices and elements of an electrical network, and evaluate the applicability of models in engineering applications- evaluate properties of the network and network elements with respect to (non)linearity and time (in)varianceGroup tasks Evaluation of exercises Min

0
Max

10
Σ Activities Σ Workload
165
Σ ECTS
5.5
Σ Max
100