ECAM Engineering Program
Combined Bachelor's / Master's Degree
General Data
Academic program ECAM Engineering Program :
Type d'EC Classes
Lectures : 18h00
Tutorials : 18h00
Lab Work : 9h00
Total duration : : 45
Status :
Period :
Semester 1
Education language :
English
General objectives
Fundamentals of Electricity – Part 1
1-Knowledge of technical vocabulary and the main characteristics of common components in electrical equipment
2-Solid notions of the physical principles presenting common electrical and magnetic phenomena
3-Use of electrical measuring instruments
4-Communicate information, analyze data and provide physical interpretation of measurements in technical laboratory reports
Content
- Basic concepts (signals, linearity, networks), voltage, current, energy and power. Circuits elements, dipoles. Concepts of static operating points, application to non-linear systems. Ideal and real sources (voltage and current), Controlled sources. Ohm's law. Thevenin and Norton theorems. KVL, KCL, Superposition and Millman theorems. Circuit analyses methods (Mesh, Node).

-Basic concepts related to harmonic mode of operation, generation and properties. Introduction to phasors and complex notations. KVL, KCL and so forth revisited. Presentation of an ideal inductance and an ideal capacitor. Concepts of Impedance. Circuits analyses. Resonance.
Pre-requisites
Advanced maths
Bibliography
Electric Circuits, Global Edition
Author:James Nilsson, Susan Riedel

Electronic Principles
Author: Albert Paul Malvino,

Fundamentals of Analog Circuits
Author:Thomas L. Floyd, David M. Buchla

Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Author:Charles Alexander
Assessment(s)
Nature Coefficient Observable objectives
1Applied to lecturesTutorial
2Practical work0.11) DC : Network calculus, measurements of I, V, P, R, Rth, Eth, RN, IN and determination of a biasing point (non linearity) after I,V plot detemination (ex:diode). 2) AC : For few discret frequency points, conduct the analysis of first order circuits (RC, RL) from V, I and Z stand points. Derivation of the complex impedance (module et argument). RLC circuit : resonance
3Continuous Assessment0.42 Partial exams (DS)
4Continuous Assessment0.1Quizz
5Written exam0.4Final