EE240 Circuits 1

Fall 2018

Department of Electrical Engineering
Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering
Lahore University of Management Sciences.



Announcements

  • Assignment 02 is due on Tuesday, October 16.

  • Quiz 03 on Thursday, October 11 in class.

  • Quiz 02 on Tuesday, September 25 in class.

  • Assignment 01 is due on Tuesday, September 25. Submit the assignment at the start of the class or in the dropbox located outside 9-251 before the class.

Administrative Details

  • Course Outline (Click to download)

  • Office Hours and Contact Information

    • Instructor (zubair.khalid@lums.edu.pk): Tuesay and Thursday, 2-3 pm and 4:30-5:30 pm

    • TA Hamza Athar (20100003@lums.edu.pk): Monday, 5-7 pm and Wednesday, 12-2 pm

    • TA Saad Attique (20100126@lums.edu.pk): Monday, 2:30-4:30 pm and Friday 11 am-1 pm

    • TA Maha Awan (20100201@lums.edu.pk): Thursday, 10 am - 12 pm

Grading Distribution

  • Assignments, 5 %

  • Quizzes, 20 %

  • Mid-Exam, 35 %

  • Final Exam, 40 %

Reading Notes

Lecture notes and reading assignmnets will be posted here.

Assignments

Assignment Due Date Solutions
Assignment 01 Sept. 25 Solutions
Assignment 02 Oct. 16 Solutions
Assignment 03 Nov. 01 Solutions
Assignment 04 Nov. 22 Solutions
Assignment 05 Dec. 06 Solutions

Quizzes

Quiz Section 1 Solutions Section 2 Solutions
Quiz 01 pdf Solutions pdf Solutions
Quiz 02 pdf Solutions pdf Solutions
Quiz 03 pdf Solutions pdf Solutions

Lecture Plan

  • Lecture 07

    • Controlled Sources

    • Kirchhof's Current and Voltage Laws

    • Single Node Pair, Single Loop Circuits

  • Lecture 08

    • Kirchhof's Current Law (KCL) for Nodal Analysis (multiple nodes)

    • Formulation of network equations using KCL

    • Matrix Formulation

    • Examples

  • Lecture 09

    • Kirchhof's Voltage Law (KCL) fo Loop Analysis (multiple loops)

    • Formulation of network equations using KCL

    • Matrix Formulation

    • In-class review examples

  • Lecture 10

    • Network Equations for mutually coupled circuits

    • Network Topology and relationship with Nodal and Loop Analysis

  • Lecture 11

    • Equivalent Networks Concept

    • Source Transformation

    • Moving Sources

  • Lecture 12

    • Superposition Principle

    • Duality in Circuits

  • Lecture 13

    • Duality (Examples)

    • Nodal and Loop Analysis for Resistive Circuits (Examples)

  • Lecture 14

    • Super Loop and Super Node Concept

  • Lecture 15 and 16

    • Thevenin's Theorem

    • Norton's Theorem

    • Examples

    • Maximum Power Transfer Theorem