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Unit Number and Title 19: Electrical and Electronic Principles
Unit Learning Outcomes
LO1: Apply an understanding of fundamental electrical quantities to evaluate simple circuits with constant voltages and currents.
LO2: Evaluate simple circuits with sinusoidal voltages and currents.
LO3: Describe the basis of semiconductor action, and its application to simple electronic devices.
LO4: Explain the difference between digital and analogue electronics, describing simple applications of each.
Assignment Brief and Guidance Scenario: You are presented with the following tasks by the company where you train. The electric network company must carry out these tasks within a specified time limit and most importantly with the highest of standards and proficiency. To prove to the company that you are the right person to work for it you must carry out these tasks with utmost efficiency and professionalism and within the specified time limit. All the tasks involve solving AC and DC networks using the theory and practical experiences you acquired in your modules. All the tasks must be handed in one report which must be clearly and professionally presented. LO1 Apply an understanding of fundamental electrical quantities to analyse simple Circuits with constant voltages and currents. (P1 & M1 & D1) Task 1 a. Apply and plot ohms law and determine the slope of an I-V curve (Refer to the lab experiment dc 3 on ohm’s law) b. Apply Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws to analyse the circuit in fig 9.2 (refer to lab experiment dc 9). Task 2 a. Validate Kirchhoff’s laws against the practical results obtained in task1 b b. Validate the superposition theorem through experimental measurements and through theory (refer to lab experiment dc 10 on superposition theorem). Task 3 a. Evaluate Thevenin’s theorem through experimental measurements and through theory (refer to lab experiment dc 11 on Thevenin theorem and maximum power transfer).