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227-0001-00L  Networks and Circuits I

SemesterAutumn Semester 2017
LecturersJ. W. Kolar
Periodicityyearly recurring course
Language of instructionGerman


AbstractElectrostatic field; Stationary electric current flow; Basic electric circuits; current conduction mechanisms; time variant electromagnetic field; alternating voltages and currents.
ObjectiveVoltage, current and properties of basic elements of electric circuits, i.e. capacitors, resistors and inductors should be understood in relation to electric and magnetic fields. Furthermore, the students should be able to mathematically describe, analyze and finally design technical realizations of circuit elements. Students should also be familiar with the calculation of voltage and current distributions of DC circuits. The effect and the mathematical formulation of magnetic induction should be known for technical applications. The fundamentals of complex AC current calculus for description of periodic sinusoidal quantities should be known and students should be able to apply the concept to basic AC circuits.
ContentElectrostatic field; Stationary electric current flow; Basic electric circuits; current conduction mechanisms; time variant electromagnetic field; alternating voltages and currents.
Lecture notesGrundlagen der Elektrotechnik, Bd. 1 und 2, M. Albach, and Textbook
LiteratureGrundlagen der Elekrotechnik

Band 1 – Erfahrungssätze, Bauelemente, Gleichstromschaltungen
M. Albach
Pearson Studium
Edition 2008 (ISBN 9783827373410) or
Edition 2011 (ISBN 9783868940794)

Band 2 - Periodische und nicht periodische Signalformen
M. Albach
Pearson Studium
Edition 2005 (ISBN 9783827371089) or
Edition 2011 (ISBN 9783868940800)