Introduction to Electric and Electronic Circuit Theory

Numbering Code U-ENG29 29130 LJ11
U-ENG29 29130 LJ72
Year/Term 2021 ・ First semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Wed.1
Instructor name SHIMODA HIROSHI (Graduate School of Energy Science Professor)
IWAO KAWAYAMA (Graduate School of Energy Science Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course It has long been introducing computers to various situations of our daily lives and these computers can work based on electric signals. If you look around society, electricity is used in various contexts such as lighting, air conditioning, motive power and control, and its fundamental principle is electric or electronic circuit. The purpose of this subject is explanation of basic knowledge of electric and electronic circuit, to understand the fundamental principles and to get the ability to analyze simple circuits.
Course Goals To understand;
・basic way of thinking and principles of electric circuit,
・analysis method of simple electric circuits consisting of power supplies and passive components,
・principles of active components such as diodes and transistors,
・principles of amplifier circuits and oscillation circuits employing active components, and
・basic principle of digital electronic circuits.
Schedule and Contents 1. Direct current circuit (1.5 times)
・Ohm's law
・Kirchhoff's law
・Voltage source and current source
・Thevenin's theorem and Norton's theorem
2. Alternating current circuit (3.5 times)
・Sinusoidal alternating current
・Inductance and capacitance
・Vector display of sinusoidal alternating current
・Resonance circuit
・Bridge circuit
3. Basics of semiconductor devices (2 times)
・Bipolar transistor
・Field effect transistor
4. Analog electronic circuit (4 times)
・Basic concept of electronic circuit
・Equivalent circuit
・Oscillation circuit
・Operational amplifier circuit
5. Digital electronic circuit (3 times)
・Semiconductor switch element
・Semiconductor logic circuit
・Digital interface circuit
6. Feedback (1 time)
Evaluation Methods and Policy The achievement will be evaluated through submission of exercises given in the class (20%), submission of report assignments (20%) and the result of final examination(60%).
Course Requirements ・To know high school level knowledge of electric circuit, and
・To understand simple differential and integral calculus.
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Preparation, review and assignment will be given by each lecturer in the class.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Electric and Electronic Circuit - Analog and Digital Circuit - (In Japanese), Susumu Sugiyama, Katsuhiko Tanaka, Satoshi Konichi, (CORONA PUBLISHING CO.,LTD.), ISBN:9784339045130
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