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# ELS1201-Pengantar Analisis Rangkaian

Silabus dan Satuan Acara Pengajaran (SAP) Semester 2

 Kode Matakuliah: ELS1201 Bobot sks: 2 Semester: 2 KK/Unit Penanggung Jawab: Prodi S1 Teknik Elektro Sifat: Wajib Nama Matakuliah Pengantar Analisis Rangkaian Introduction to Circuit Analysis Silabus Ringkas Konsep dasar, hukum-2 dasar, metoda analisis, teorema rangkaian, operational amplifier, kapasitor & induktor, rangkaian orde-1, rangkaian orde-2, rangkaian sinusoidal: fasor, pemodelan, dan analisa steady state rangkaian orde-1 dan 2. Basic concepts, basic laws, methods of analysis, circuit theorems, operational amplifier, capacitors and inductors, first-order circuits, second-order circuits, sinusoidal circuits: phasors , circuit modelling, and steady state analysis of the 1st and 2nd order circuits. Silabus Lengkap Basic Concept: Charge and current, Voltage, Power and energy, Circuit Elements. Basic Laws: Ohm’s and Kirchhoff laws, series resistor & voltage divider, parallel resistors and current divider, delta-wye conversion. Methods of analysis: Nodal and Mesh. Circuit theorems: superposition, source transformation, Thevenin & Norton Theorems, maximum power transfer . Operational Amplifier: ideal op amps, inverting & non-inverting amplifier, summing, difference, and cascaded amplifiers. First-order circuits: source free and step response of RL and RC circuits, and singular function. Second-order circuits: source free and step response of series & paralle RLC circuits. Sinusoidal circuits: phasor concept, its relationships for circuits elements, circuits modelling and steady state analysis of 1st and 2nd order circuits Luaran (Outcomes) At the end of this subject, students should be able to: Understand the fundamental concepts of charge, current, voltage, power, energy, and circuit elements. Apply basic laws (Ohm & Kirchhoff)  for analysis resistive networks using nodal and mesh analysis. Analyse resistive networks and simplify complicated networks using various circuit theorems (superposition, source transformation, Thevenin & Norton, maximum power transfer). Analysis and design simple networks containing operational amplifier. Deal with circuit containing energy storage elements. Determine transient and steady state response of the first and second order circuits. Perform 1st & 2nd order sinusoidal circuits modelling Determine steady state analysis of 1st and 2nd order sinusoidal circuits Use SPICE to analyst DC and AC circuits. Use Matlab as a tool to solve the network problems. Matakuliah Terkait FI1101  Fisika Dasar IA Prerequisites MA1101 Matematika IA Prerequisites Kegiatan Penunjang Penggunaan Tools (MATLAB dan  SPICE) Pustaka C.K. Alexander & M.N.O. Sadiku, Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, Mc Graw Hill, Fifth Edition, 2013 [Pustaka Utama] R.C. Dorf & J. A. Svoboda, Introduction to Electric Circuits, John Wiley & Sons, Sixth Edition, 2004 [Pustaka Pendukung] Panduan Penilaian Bobot penilaian: PR 15%, Kuis 15%, UTS 35% dan UAS 35% Catatan Tambahan
 Mg# Topik Sub Topik Capaian Belajar Mahasiswa Sumber Materi 1 Importance of Electric Circuits in Engineering World. Basic Concept History & introduction Systems of units. Charge and current. Voltage. Power and energy. Circuit Elements. Applications Know the importance of electric circuits in Engineering World. Understand relationship between charge & current, power & energy. Know circuit elements and the metric units of electrical quantities Alexander & Sadiku : Chapter 1 2 Basic Laws Ohm’s law. Kirchhoff’s laws. Series resistors and voltage division. Parallel resistors and current division. Wye-Delta transformations. Applications. Analyze circuit systems using direct application of Kirchoff’s Current and Voltage Laws along with Ohm’s Law. Alexander & Sadik: Chapter 2 3 Methods of Analysis Nodal analysis. Nodal analysis with voltage sources. Nodal Analysis by inspection. Apply node-voltage analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. Apply cramer’s rule and Gaussian elimination to solve simultaneous equations. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 3: 3.1 – 3.3, 3,6 4 Methods of Analysis Mesh analysis. Mesh analysis with current sources. Nodal analyses by inspection. Applications. Apply mesh-current analysis techniques to analyze circuit behavior. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 3: 3.4 – 3.9 5 Circuits Theorems Linearity property, superposition, source transformation. Apply circuit theorems (superposition, source transformation) to analyze circuit behaviour. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 4: 4.1 – 4.4 6 Circuits Theorems Thevenin & Norton theorems, maximum power transfer. Applications. Apply circuit theorems (Thevenin & Norton theorems, maximum power transfer) to analyze circuit behaviour. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 4: 4.5 – 4.10 7 Operational Amplifiers Ideal op-amp, inverting & non-inverting amplifiers. Analyse an ideal op. amp in various applications in dc circuits. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 5: 5.1 – 5.5 8 Operational Amplifiers Summing & difference amplifiers, cascaded op amps circuits. Applications. Analyse an ideal op. amp in various applications in dc circuits. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 5: 5.6 – 5.10 9 Capacitors and Inductors Capacitors. Series and parallel capacitors. Inductors. Series and parallel inductors. Applications (differentiator, integrator, and analog computer). Explain the characteristics of capacitor and inductor as a circuit element. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 6 10 First-Order Circuits Source-free RC circuits. Source-free RL circuits. Singularity functions. Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in first order R-L and R-C capacitor and inductor circuits. Construct any waveform of signal using step and ramp functions. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 7: 7.1 – 7.4 11 First-Order Circuits Step response of an RC circuit. Step response of an RL circuit. First-order op amp circuits. Transient analysis using SPICE. Applications. Compute time response of current and voltage in first order R-L and R-C circuits. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 7: 7.5 – 7.9 12 Second-Order Circuits Finding initial and final values. Source-free series RLC circuits. Source-free parallel RLC circuits. Step response of a series RLC circuit. Step response of a parallel  RLC circuit. Compute initial conditions for current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. Compute time response of current and voltage in second order RLC circuits. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 8: 8.1 – 8.4 13 Second-Order Circuits General second-order circuits. Second-order op amp circuits. Duality. SPICE analysis of RLC circuits Applications. Compute time response of current and voltage in general second order RLC circuits. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 8: 8.5 – 8.11 14 Sinusoids and Phasors Sinusoids. Phasors. Phasor relationships for circuits elements. Impedance and admittance. Understand the relationship between phasor concept and its diagram to sinusoidal signals and RLC elements in circuits. Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 9: 9.1 – 9.4 15 Sinusoids and Phasors Kirchhoff’s laws in frequency domain. Impedance combinations. Applications. Understand the relationship between phasor concept and its diagram to sinusoidal signals and RLC elements in circuits. Convert problems involving differential equations into circuit analysis problems using phasors and complex impedances Alexander & Sadiku: Chapter 9: 9.5 – 9.8