Course Information

#### Course Description

Course Code Semester Teoric Credit ECTS
AC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS MYO 244 2 3 + 1 4 5
Prerequisite Courses mathematics course is recommended to be taken
 Course Language Türkçe Level of the Course Önlisans Course Type ZORUNLU Course Coordinator Öğr. Gör. FERUDUN UYSAL Instructor Course Assistants Course Category Course Objective Alternating Current (AC) waveforms and frequency descriptions of the period with the understanding, recognition of types of cargo AA, AA and AC circuits, electrical circuits, basic concepts related to the continuous-state solution n i n solving skills acquisition methods. Course Content AC circuits types of Cargo.Serial,Parallel (R-L) ,(R-C), (R-L-C) circuit solutions. Active, reactive and apparent power , power factor. Three-phase AC and Three-phase AC power
 Learning Outcomes of the Course Teaching Methods Measurement Methods 1 - AC voltage waveform, period and frequency to grasp the definitions of 14 - 13 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 - C - A - 2 - understanding the behavior of the different loads in current alternative 6 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 - 14 - 13 - D - C - A - 3 - ability to create alternative solutions to the current huge win relerinin 14 - 13 - 6 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 - C - A - D - 4 - Three-phase AC stages of learning solutions 14 - 13 - 6 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 - D - C - A - 5 - Alternatively, the active current, reactive and apparent understanding of the forces 14 - 13 - 6 - 4 - 2 - 1 - 3 - D - C - A -
 Teaching Methods: 14:Self Study 13:Lab / Workshop 6:Motivations to Show 4:Drilland Practice 2:Question-Answer 1:Lecture 3:Discussion Measurement Methods: D:Project / Design C:Homework A:Testing

#### Course Flow

Week Topics Preliminary
1 Alternative current (AC) and an alternative definition of voltage, wave shape, period and frequency definitions of the sine wave of sudden, effectively, the average values of amplitude and shape coefficients,
2 Alternative current (AC) and an alternative definition of voltage, wave shape, period and frequency definitions of the sine wave of sudden, effectively, the average values of amplitude and shape coefficients,
3 Operations with complex numbers
4 AA ´of the different loads (resistor, inductor and capacitor), steady-state behavior, inductive reactance and capacitive reactance circuits of current-voltage phasors, phase differences
5 Serial resistance-coil (RL), resistance-capacitor (RC), and RLC circuits , the impedance calculation with complex numbers ,the implementation of the law of ohm, , sample problems.
6 Serial resistance-coil (RL), resistance-capacitor (RC), and RLC circuits , the impedance calculation with complex numbers ,the implementation of the law of ohm, , sample problems.
7 Parallel RL, RC and RLC circuits, the impedance calculation with complex numbers, the implementation of the law of ohm, , sample problems
8 Midterm exam
9 Parallel RL, RC and RLC circuits, the impedance calculation with complex numbers, the implementation of the law of ohm, , sample problems
10 Calculation of power in alternating current circuits, active power, reactive power, apparent power, power triangle, draw, power factor corrected power coefficient.
11 Calculation of power in alternating current circuits, active power, reactive power, apparent power, power triangle, draw, power factor corrected power coefficient.
12 Three-phase voltage waveform fig il l er s i, fa difficult to draw diagrams, equations of phase voltages and phase currents sudden value.
13 The three-phase loads connected to different, star connection, delta connection, balanced load condition, the line and phase voltages and currents.
14 The problem with the calculation of three phase power and power solutions.

#### Resources

Lecture Notes  Öğr. Gör. Sadiye ÇAVUŞ, Elektrical circuit Textbook, SAU, 2006
 Öğr. Gör. Metin SALTIK, Circuit Analysis Textbook, SAU- 2007
Course Resources  Prof. Dr. Abdullah Ferikoğlu, Circuit Analysis I-II, Değişim Yayınları. 2003.
 Prof. Dr. Uğur Arifoğlu, AC Circuit Cilt II, Alfa Yayınevi, 2000.
 Dr. Fethi Eralp, AC Elektrical Solutions, Beta Basım Yayım, 1986.

#### Contribution of the Course to Program Outcomes

No Program Learning Outcomes Contribution Level
1 2 3 4 5

#### Evaluation System

Contribution Level Order Percentage of Contribution
Odev 1 20
AraSinav 1 60
KisaSinav 1 10
KisaSinav 2 10
Total 100
The Ratio of the Semester to Success 40
Final to Success Ratio 60
Total 100