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Laboratory Manual for DC Electrical Circuits

Laboratory Manual for DC Electrical Circuits

Laboratory Manual for DC Electrical Circuits

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Year:2013
Publisher:Dissidents
Pages:71 pages
Language:english
Since:25/02/2014
Size:1.22 MB
License:Pending review

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This manual is intended for use in a DC electrical circuits course and is appropriate for two and four year electrical engineering technology curriculums. The manual contains sufficient exercises for a typical 15 week course using a two to three hour practicum period. The topics range from basic laboratory procedures and resistor identification through series-parallel circuits, mesh and nodal analysis, superposition, Thevenin’s Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem, and concludes with an introduction to capacitors and inductors. For equipment, each lab station should include a dual adjustable DC power supply and a quality DMM capable of reading DC voltage, current and resistance. A selection of standard value ¼ watt carbon film resistors ranging from a few ohms to a few megohms is required along with 10 kΩ and 100 kΩ potentiometers, .1 µF and .22 µF capacitors, and 1 mH and 10 mH inductors. A decade resistance box may also be useful.

Each exercise begins with an Objective and a Theory Overview. The Equipment List follows with space provided for serial numbers and measured values of components. Schematics are presented next along with the step-by-step procedure. All data tables are grouped together, typically with columns for the theoretical and experimental results, along with a column for the percent deviations between them. Finally, a group of appropriate questions are presented. For those with longer scheduled lab times, a useful addition is to simulate the circuit(s) with a SPICE-based tool such as Multisim or PSpice, and compare those results to the theoretical and experimental results as well.

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