Electrical Engineering is the first course of the twocourses sequence in Mechanical Engineering related to electrical and electronic engineering stream. The course comprises of following Parts:
First portion of this course introduces concepts of charge, current, and voltage to be followed with the description of current and voltage sources. An introduction to networks and circuits is accompanied by a detailed discussion of Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s laws. This is followed by circuit analysis techniques using Nodal and Mesh Analysis with particular reference to supernode and supermesh. A comparison of Nodal and Mesh analysis is also made. The first portion will also cover the Circuit Analysis Techniques including linearity and superposition, source transformations; important theorems like Thevenin’s, Norton’s, and the Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. The circuit reduction techniques covering DeltaWye conversion are also covered to allow the students to analyze the simplified circuits.
Second Portion of this Course will introduce operational amplifiers, capacitance, inductance, and their series & parallel combination. Firstorder RL, RC Circuits, and secondorder RLC circuits are also taught to find the transient and steadystate response of these kinds of circuits.
Third portion of this course introduces AC fundamentals, Periodic function, RMS, effective, average, and maximum values of current and voltage for periodic waveforms, the study of simple circuits using instantaneous values of current and voltages. Phasor Quantities, the complex expression for current, voltage, impedance, and introduction to the threephase system.
Prerequisite: NIL
Catalog Data: Course Code: EE121
Course Title: Electrical Engineering (Th.)
Credit Hours: 2
Course Designation: Interdisciplinary Engineering
No of Sessions per week: 1 (Total 16 sessions)
Session Duration: 120 min
Time of Class Meeting: 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM (Wednesday)
Program Learning Outcome:
This course is designed in conjunction with the following PLOs.
PLO 1. Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PLO 2. Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
Course Learning Outcome (CLO):
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
CLO No 
Course Learning Outcome (CLO) Statements 
Taxonomy Domain 
Mapped PLO 
Assessment 
CLO1 
Understand the basic concepts of network laws and theorems used to solve the linear circuits. 
C1, C3 (Remembering & Applying)

PLO 1 
A1, Q1, MP1, FP1 
CLO2 
Explain the behavior of energy storing elements and their transient & step response analysis. 
C2 (Understanding)

PLO 2 
A2, Q2, MP2, FP2 
CLO3 
Comprehend the basics of AC fundamentals & their phasor representation. 
C2 (Understanding)

PLO 2 
A3, Q3, FP3 
Reference Books:
Evaluation Criteria:
1. Assignments 10%
2. Quizzes 10%
3. MidTerm Exam 30%
4. Final Exam 50%
COURSE DISTRIBUTION ON WEEKLY BASIS
Weeks 
Topics 
Chapter 
CLO 
WEEK 01

Basic Concepts

1 
CLO 1 
WEEK 02

Basic Laws

2

CLO 1 
WEEK 03 
WyeDelta Transformations

2 
CLO 1 
WEEK 04

Methods of Analysis

3 
CLO 1 
WEEK 05

Methods of Analysis

3 
CLO 1 
WEEK 06

Circuits Theorems

4 
CLO 1 
WEEK 07

Circuits Theorems

4 
CLO 1 
WEEK 08

Circuits Theorems

4 
CLO 1 
WEEK 09 
Mid Semester Exam 

WEEK 10 
Operational Amplifiers

5 
CLO 2 
WEEK 11 
Capacitors and Inductors

6 
CLO 2 
WEEK 12 
First Order Circuits

7 
CLO 2 
WEEK 13 
First Order Circuits

7 
CLO 3 
WEEK 14 
SecondOrder Circuit

8 
CLO 3 
WEEK 15 
SecondOrder Circuit

8 
CLO 3 
WEEK 16 
Sinusoids and Phasors

9 
CLO 3 
WEEK 17 
AC Power Analysis
ThreePhase Circuits

11, 12 
CLO 3 
WEEK 18 
End Semester Exam 