Fundamental Practice of Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Numbering Code U-ENG26 26119 EJ72 Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Experiment
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Thu.1・2・3・4
Instructor name SATO TAKEHIRO (Graduate School of Informatics Assistant Professor)
TAKASHIMA HIDEAKI (Graduate School of Engineering Assistant Professor)
OHSHIMA SHINSUKE (Institute of Advanced Energy Assistant Professor)
KOBAYASHI SHINJI (Institute of Advanced Energy Associate Professor)
SHINOKITA KEISUKE (Institute of Advanced Energy Assistant Professor)
SUGIYAMA KAZUHIKO (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
KOJIMA HIROTSUGU (Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Professor)
YAMAMOTO KOUJI (Graduate School of Informatics Associate Professor)
INOUE TAKUYA (Graduate School of Engineering Assistant Professor)
OSHIMA RYO (Graduate School of Engineering Assistant Professor)
YOSHIDA MASAHIRO (Graduate School of Engineering Assistant Professor)
SOGABE YUSUKE (Graduate School of Engineering Assistant Professor)
MITANI TOMOHIKO (Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Associate Professor)
SONG BIAN (Graduate School of Informatics Assistant Professor)
ISHII HIROTAKE (Graduate School of Energy Science Associate Professor)
ASANO TAKASHI (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
NISHIMURA KOJI (Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Via actual test measurements of the characteristics of electronic elements using basic measurement devices employed in electrical and electronic engineering fields, students will acquire the skills required for using these devices. Tests will also be performed to conduct initial step investigation of the mechanisms of electronic and electrical circuits and elements, and to deepen students' understanding of electrical and electronic engineering fields.
Course Goals The goals of this course are for students to acquire initial-stage testing techniques used within the electrical and electronic engineering fields, and to understand electrical and electronic circuits. The aim is to have students achieve these goals chiefly via the creation of electrical and electronic circuits, and via measurement tests of the characteristics of these circuits.
Schedule and Contents Fundamentals of experiments in electrical and electronic engineering (lectures and experiments) (3 classes)
Discussion is made of aspects necessary in the performance of electronic/electrical engineering experiments, namely, the securing of a safe environment, the proper way to take experimental notes, how to draw graphs, and how to write related reports. Students will learn how to use an oscilloscope, which will give them a foundation in measurement technologies. Students will also have the opportunity to edit reports created by others, an activity designed to give them even keener insights in report writing.

Passive elements (experiments) (2 classes)
Frequency characteristics measurements (amplification, phase, etc.) are performed for circuits made from passive elements such as coils, capacitors, resistors, etc.

Active elements and amplifier circuits (experiments) (6 classes)
In these classes, characteristics measurements are performed for circuits made from diodes, bipolar transistors, and operational amplifiers. Through these experiments, students will gain an understanding of the operations of amplifier circuits, etc.

Logic circuits (experiments) (2 classes)
Students design and make combination circuits and sequential circuits to understand their operations.

Confirmation of extent of student learning (2 classes)
Students will be asked questions regarding experiment methods, contents/details, and report writing. This will help to deepen student understanding of experimentation details and will also enable confirmation of the extent of student learning in this course.
Evaluation Methods and Policy From the contents of experiment reports, evaluations can be made with respect to the extent of student learning of experimental techniques, as well as regarding the level of their understanding of electrical and electronic circuits. Each student’s attitudes and engagements will also be evaluated in the experimental laboratory, and with respect to how proactive students are in striving for improvement. In other words, attendance at experiments is mandatory!
Course Requirements Prerequisites for this course are "Fundamentals of Circuit Theory" and "Electric and Electronic Circuits."
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Students must be sure to attend the guidance meeting to be held before experiments begin, where they will receive an overall explanation, education on safety, etc.
Textbooks Textbooks/References 電気電子工学基礎実験 2020年度版, 京都大学工学部電気系教室編
理科系の作文技術, 木下是雄, (中公新書), ISBN:4121006240
References, etc. エース電気回路理論入門, 奥村浩士, (朝倉書店)
電気回路理論, 奥村浩士, (朝倉書店)
電子回路の基礎, 北野正雄, (レイメイ社)
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