**Course title, code:** Electrical Engineering C, GAGEBAN-ELEKTROT-2

**Name and type of the study programme:**

**Curriculum:**2021

**Number of classes per week (lectures+seminars+labs):**2+2+0

**Credits:**4

**Theory:**50 %

**Practice:**50 %

**Recommended semester:**2

**Study mode:**full-time

**Prerequisites:**

**Evaluation type:**exam

**Course category:**

**Language:**english

**Responsible instructor:**Dr. Kósa János Árpád

**Responsible department:**Department of Information Technologies

**Instructor(s):**Dr. Kósa János Árpád

**Course objectives:**

The aim of the course Electrical Engineering is to familiarise students with nature and types of electric circuits, basic notions, types of circuit elements regarding DC and AC circuits. Students will learn about the power system, power-supply, and the theoretical background of its applications.

**Course content - lectures:**

1. Types, characteristic and connections of circuit elements (generators, resistors, capacitors, coils). 2. DC circuit and the behaviour of elements in a DC circuit. Ohm's law. Ideal and non-ideal generators. 3-4. DC circuit and the behaviour of elements in a DC circuit. 5. Ohm's law. Ideal and non-ideal generators. 6. Electric power, work. Power fitting. Joule's law. Complex circuits. Kirchhoff's laws. 7. Voltage divider and current divider. Complex voltage divider. Increasing of the measuring limit of instruments. Law of linear superposition, conditions for its applicability. Analysis of complex active circuits by equivalent transformations. 8. Transfer of ideal generators. Thevenin's theorem and Norton's theorem. Determination of the currents of bridge connections by Thevenin's theorem. 9. AC circuits. Properties and connections of capacitors and coils, impedance. Serial and parallel resonances, filters. 10. Kirchhoff's laws in the frequency domain. AC powers in one- and three-phase systems. 11. Mutual inductance, induction. Induction law. 12. Parameters of transformers and their sizing. Materials for electrical industry.

**Course content - seminars:**

DC - AC circuit in details. Examples.

**Acquired competences:**

__Knowledge:__

Capable of applying the most important terminologies, theories, and procedures of the given technical field when executing tasks related to them.

__Skills:__

Is able to apply the acquired IT knowledge in solving tasks arising in their field of expertise. Is capable of applying the technical specifications related to the operation of mechanical systems, as well as the principles of setting up and operating machinery and mechanical equipment, and their economic correlations.

__Attitude:__

Is open to learning about and accepting ongoing professional and technological developments and innovations in the technical field, and reliably conveying them.

__Autonomy and responsibilities:__

Identifies the shortcomings of applied technologies, the risks of processes, and initiates actions to mitigate these.

__Additional professional competences:__

**Requirements, evaluation, grading:**

**Mid-term study requirements:**

During the semester, one final examination will be written, which can be corrected or made up once. A satisfactory result in the final examination is a prerequisite for obtaining a satisfactory mid-semester grade. The mid-term mark is the final examination mark.

**Exam requirements:**

**Study aids, laboratory background:**

**Compulsory readings:**

Charles K. Alexander, Matthew N. O. Sadiku: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York 2013, ISBN: 978-0-07338057-5; Adel S. Sedra, Kenneth C. Smith: Microelectronic Circuits, 6th Edition, Oxford University Press 2011, ISBN: 978-019-973851-9

**Recommended readings:**