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Length of subject : Cuatrimestral. Language : English. Email : toni. Office hours and location : Contact with the lecturer. Number of five-year periods : 0. Number of six-year periods : 0. Curriculum Vitae : Full Profile. Students are required to show they possess and understand knowledge in an area of study that starts from the base of general secondary education, and that they are at a level which includes aspects that imply knowledge coming from the forefront of their field of study.

Students are required to be able to apply their knowledge to their job or vocation in a professional manner, and to possess the skills that are usually demonstrated through the elaboration and defense of arguments and the resolution of problems within their area of study. Knowledge of basic subjects and technologies which enables the student to learn new methods and technologies, and gives them great versatility to adapt to new situations.

Understanding and mastering the basic concepts of linear systems and related functions and transformations, electrical circuit theory, electronic circuits, physical principle of semiconductors and logic families, electronic and photonic devices, materials technology and its application for problem solving proper to engineering. Putting the acquired knowledge into practice. Al finalizar el programa formativo, el estudiante debe ser capaz de: Interpretar correctamente los diagramas de circuitos e identificar los distintos componentes que los integran.

Describir los componentes adecuados que integren un valor de impedancia dado. Teoremas fundamentales de los circuitos. Introduction to DC 1. Units of measurement 1. Circuit diagrams 1. Common network structures 2. Concepts and basic components 2. Voltage and voltage sources 2. Current and current sources 2. Switches, fuses and circuit breakers 2. Inductance 2. Capacitance 2. Voltage polarity and current direction 2. Power and power direction covention 2. Energy 2. Series circuits 3.

Resistors in series 3. Inductors in series 3. Capacitors in series 3. Voltage sources in series 3. Interchanging series components 3. Voltage divider 3. Circuit ground, Chassis ground and Earth ground 4. Parallel circuits 4. Resistors in parallel 4. Inductors in parallel 4. Capacitors in parallel 4. Current sources in parallel 4. Current divider 5. Methods of analysis 5. Source conversions 5.

Mesh analysis 5. Nodal analysis 6. Network theorems 6. Superposition 6. Norton 6. Maximum Power Transfer 6. First order time domain circuits 7. Step function and Pulse function 7.

Capacitor charging and discharging equations 7. Energy stored by a capacitor 7. Inductor charging and discharging equations 7.

Energy stored by an inductor. Time domain sinusoidal waveforms 8. Average value and effective RMS value 8. Phasors 8. Complex impedance and admitance. Sinusoidal Steady State 9. Analysis general procedure 9. Power factor 9. Power triangle 9. Effective resistance 9. Efficiency and Maximum Power Transfer Transformers and magnetic coupled circuits Iron core transformer Reflected impedance Transformer applications Coupled inductors.

The first practical is a brief introduction of the main laboratory instruments with which the student will have to work when performing the generation and measurement of a given electrical quantity. They have to become familiar with the use of the laboratory equipment.

A brief description of their main functions and different modes of operation will be provided in this practical. The student must himself practice with the equipment to acquire the necessary skills in handling. This practical session aims to enhance understanding of series and parallel configurations of resistors while helping students to acquire practical skills in assembling circuits and use the meter as a measuring instrument.

A new component is also introduced, the trimmer, working as a voltage divider and current divisor in a coupling network. In the development of the practice, the student will have an opportunity to check the laws of Kirchhoff lectured during the theory sessions.

The analysis capability to estimate a priori the expected results is expected. Drawing conclusions and thinking about them may help to self-correct misconceptions. In this practical the student is introduced to the practical study of the diode, LED diode and Zener diode. In order to study them different measurements and representations aimed at observing the behavior of a rectifier diode, diode LED and Zener diode will be made.

In this laboratory session the circuit simulation program PSpice is used to analyze circuits with dependent sources. Through this practical the student will be able to verify and manage techniques derived from Kirchoff's laws and Ohm's law that introduce a simpler way to solve certain types of circuits.

In this laboratory session, students will analyze and solve transient circuits in the time domain from three possible approaches: theory, simulation and experimental using the protoboard.

In this laboratory session, students will review the concepts studied in the theory lesson to be able to solve problems by applying sinusoidally excited circuits translations between the domains of time and frequency.

A PSPICE simulation of a circuit in sinusoidal steady state will be performed to evaluate the response of the circuit elements or the transfer function. Finally, the phase difference between signals by mounting the protoboard and using the oscilloscope will be measured. Such commitment to prevention and the responsibilities arising from it concern all realms of the university: governing bodies, management team, teaching and research staff, administrative and service staff and students.

You will also find recommendations on how to proceed in an emergency or if an incident occurs. Feel free to ask any questions you may have and do not put your safety or that of your classmates at risk. Deliverables Throughout the course, students must document produced manually on a notebook , personal and not transferable hereinafter, the laboratory notebook developing all scheduled lab sessions in which they must detail: 1 The possible previous studies 2 Description of the theoretical contents contemplated for carrying out the practice and development protocol executed 3 The requested results 4 The conclusions about practice 5 Personal assessment of the practice in general, including difficulties encountered and indicating which kind of concepts seen in theory have been worked.

Preparation of assignments and exercises includes time for bibliographic consultation and documentation. Performance of evaluation tests duration of exams and other evaluation tests in the classroom. Resolution of a written exam as detailed in the corresponding examinations convocatory. The student will receive the score of this section according to the result obtained from answering a series of multiple choice questions with multiple answers about laboratory activities.

The student must provide the laboratory notebook in the qualification test and use it to overcome it. Throughout the course, the student must solve a set of problems and issues selected by the teachers from those contained in the basic book of problems of the subject hereinafter, the collection outlined in section 8, and reflect it in a handwritten form on a notebook, personal and non-transferable hereinafter, the problem notebook.

The evaluation of the notebook will be done by polling it by means of a specific written exercise Control of problems where the resolution of one of the items of the randomly selected collection will be requested at the time of the exam.


Robert L Boylestad - Teoría De Circuitos

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