Course Syllabus
EE_225: Electrical Network Analysis (Lab)
Semester / Session: 4th /Spring 2020
Course Description: This is a second course in electric circuit theory. The objective of the course is to introduce the students to advance techniques of ac circuit analysis and design. The topics to be covered include: Laplace transform, analysis using Phasors and Laplace transform, Introduction to Bode plots and frequency response analysis using Fourier Transform, single and three phase ac power systems, Twoport Networks Parameters.Thus lab will cover the experiments to make the students understand the use of phasor techniques to solve the circuits, to study pulse and steady state responses, and to draw and use bode plot for frequency responses of single phase circuits, to understand basic concepts related to series and parallel connection of RL, RC and RLC circuits. It is expected from the students at the end of semester to implement, build and test group project in a team environment with minimal direction from the instructor.
CataLog Data: Course Code: EE_225/B.Sc. EE 04
Course Title: Electrical Network Analysis
Credit Hours: 1
Course Designation: Core/Elective (Core)
No of Sessions per week: 1 (Total 16 sessions)
Session Duration: 3x60 min
Compulsory/Elective Compulsory
CataLog Description: EE_225 Electrical Network Analysis, Credits (1)
Phasors, single phase/3 phase circuits, frequency responses, bode plots, transient and steady state responses, LP,HP,BP,BS active and passive filters
Prerequisite: Linear Circuit analysis
Prerequisites by
Topics: NIL
Corequisite: NIL
Recommended Textbook:
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.
PLO 9. Individual and Team Work: An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.
PLO 8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
Course Learning Outcome (CLO):
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
CLO 1. Demonstrate the basic concepts related to series RC, RL, RLC series parallel circuits

CLO 2. Determine power flow in single phase and three phase AC power systems and parameter calculations for two port networks.

CLO 3. Perform the MATLAB based simulations to check the Laplace transform and S domain analysis of various circuits.
CLO 4. Implement, build and test a group project in a team environment with minimal direction from the instructor.
CLO 5. Exhibit ethical principles to professional responsibilities.
Mapping of CLOs to PLOs and Learning Domains:
Course Learning Outcome 
Program Learning Outcome 
Learning Domain 
CLO1 
PLO2 
Psychomotor 3 (Precision) 
CLO2 
PLO1 
Psychomotor 3 (Precision) 
CLO3 
PLO2 
Psychomotor 2 ( Manipulation) 
CLO4 
PLO9 
Psychomotor 4 (Articulation) 
CLO5 
PLO8 
Affective 3 (Valuing) 
Course Professional Outcome/ Industrial Usage:
Course provides details and introduction to many concepts useful for analysis for AC based circuits and their frequency responses.
Course Outline and Sessions Breakdown:
Program learning outcomes and how they are covered by specific course outcomes

Detailed Contents 
CLO 
Exp 1: To examine the pulse response of a series RL network 
CLO1 

Exp 2: To study the steady state sinusoidal response (RC and RL circuits) and phasors 
CLO2 

Exp 3: To show the resonant frequency of a series RLC circuit is given by 1/ (2π√LC) and to plot the frequency response of an RLC circuit 
CLO1 

Exp 4: To plot the magnitude and phase response of passive low pass and high pass RC filters 
CLO1 

Exp 5: To study the frequency characteristics of passive low pass and high pass RL filter circuits 
CLO1 

Exp 6: Implementation of first order Active low pass and high pass filter 
CLO1 

Exp 7: To plot the magnitude and phase response of a series resonant bandpass filter 
CLO_1 

Exp 8: To plot the magnitude and phase response of a series resonant bandstop filter 
CLO_1 

Exp 9: To plot the magnitude and phase response of an Active Band Pass and Band Stop filters 
CLO3 

Exp 10: To obtain the frequency response of an active low pass filter for the desired cut off frequency

CLO3 

Exp 11: To obtain the frequency response of an active high pass filter for the desired cut off frequency 
CLO3 

Exp 12: To obtain the frequency response of an active band pass filter for the desired cut off frequency and to verify the roll off

CLO3 

Exp 13: To obtain the frequency response of an active band reject filter for the desired cut off frequency and to verify the roll off 
CLO3 

Design Project Week 1 
CLO4 

Design Project Week 2 
CLO4 
Computer Usage: Not applicable unless otherwise stated.
Projects Nil
Design Activities: Students can be asked to design a project as complex engineering problem from perspective of network analysis theory.
Evaluation Criteria: Lab Performance + Viva 80%
Semester Project (CEP) 15%
Lab ethics 5%
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