UNIBEN 300 level Electrical/Electronics Engineering courses (1st and 2nd semester)
Hi guys. Welcome to the latest UNIBEN news update. Today we’ll be taking a look at the courses offered by UNIBEN 300 level Electrical/Electronics engineering students.
In the faculty of engineering, Uniben, year 3 is a very important and vital year. At such, 300 level Electrical/Electronics engineering students are no exempted. They are welcomed into their department properly and Electrical/Electronics engineering starts making sense.
Follow this link to see courses offered by 100 level engineering students in UNIBEN – UNIBEN 100 level Engineering courses (1st and 2nd semester).
Also, see the courses offered by 200 level Electrical/Electronics engineering students in Uniben – UNIBEN 200 level Electrical/Electronics Engineering courses (1st and 2nd semester)
The total credit load of UNIBEN 300 level Electrical/Electronics engineering courses is 47.
Read along as I expose you to the courses offered by UNIBEN 300 level Electrical/Electronics engineering students.
UNIBEN 300 level Electrical/Electronics Engineering 1st-semester courses
|Engineering Mathematics II||EMA 381||3|
|Electrical Power and Machines||EEE 331||3|
|Fluid Mechanics||MEE 361||2|
|Computer Arch. Organization||CPE 375||3|
|Manufacturing Technology III||PRE 311||2|
|Logic Design and Dig. Circuits||EEE371||3|
|Electrical Theory I||EEE 311||3|
|Electrical/Electronics Measurements||EEE 313||2|
UNIBEN 300 level Electrical/Electronics Engineering 2nd-semester courses
|Engineering Mathematics IV||EMA 382||3|
|Basic Computer Engineering||EEE 376||3|
|Electrical Theory II||EEE 312||3|
|Electromagnetic Theory||EEE 314||3|
|Electrical Properties of Materials||EEE 316||3|
|Electrical Machines I||EEE 332||3|
|Electrical Devices & Circuits||EEE 372||3|
COURSE CONTENT FOR 300 LEVEL B.ENG (ELECT/ELECT ENGINEERING)
EEE311: ELECTRICAL THEORY (3 CREDITS)
Electrical Fields: Fundamental Concepts, Energy Storage. Magnetic Circuits: Simple Calculation of magnetic circuits, B-H curves and core losses. Inductance: self and mutual inductance, coupled circuits, Transient and steady-state response of circuits: RL, RC and RLC Circuits, free and forced oscillation. Network analysis: Network theorems, mesh and model analysis.one and two-port network: driving point functions, circuits’ parameters, interconnection and termination, transformation.
EEE312: ELECTRICAL THEORY II (3 CREDITS)
Laplace transform methods in circuit analysis; Transfer functions, pole-zero analysis, graphical representation. Basic state variable approach. Filters: rectifier filters, L-C filters, K & M derived filters, frequency response. Network graphs and topology: basic concepts, application to non-planner networks. Waveforms harmonics: Fourier analysis approximate harmonic analysis, circuits with non-sinusoidal oxidation. Symmetrical components: Basic concepts and simple application
EEE313: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT (2 CREDITS)
Electron dynamics, cathode ray tube, application of the oscilloscope in measurement. A.C. and D.C. indicating instruments and their dynamic behaviour. DC and AC bridges and potentiometers. Sensor for transducers. Electronic instrument system: analogue instruments, digital instrument, analogue to digital and digital to analogue conversion technique.
EEE314: ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY (3 CREDITS)
Review of vector analysis. Electrostatics and Magnetostatics; simple boundary value problems, field mapping. Dielectric and magnetic media. Time-varying fields and Maxwell’s equations, plane waves. Phenomena of reflection, refraction, standing waves and transmission of energy.
EEE316: MODERN PHYSICS AND ELECTRICAL MATERIALS (2 CREDITS)
Atomic structures: Quantum model, wave-particle duality, energy band structure, materials classification. Density of energy states: uncertainty and exclusion principles, Fermi-energy & Fermi-distribution function, carrier population in bands. Semiconductor materials: intrinsic, p-type and n-type materials, energy level diagram, the carrier density in bands, temperature effects. Charge transport process; drift and diffusion flow, carrier recombination and lifetime, magnetic effect.
Electron Emission: image force, work function, thermionic-, field-, and photoelectric-emission surface contacts: characteristics of junctions, metal/metal, metal/semiconductor, p-n junctions. Optoelectronics: Transition in direct/indirect gap materials, electroluminescence, optical detection/ radiation. Dielectric Materials.
EEE317: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING III (3 CREDITS)
Electromagnetic Theory: Ampere’s and Faraday’s Laws, inductances.
Network Analysis: Kirchhoff’s laws, 3- phase circuits, star and delta connections, Measurements: S.I. Units D.C. and indicating instruments. D.C. and A.C. Bridges Frequency and Phase measurements.
Energy Conversion: Electromechanical energy conversion and devices; Transformers; Three-phase induction motors. Electronics: Atomic Structure, conduction mechanism; p-n junction diode and transistor; Amplifier circuits; DC and AC analysis; impedance matching; Feedback fundamentals, oscillatory circuits; Rectification and D.C. power supplies.
EEE318: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IV (2 CREDITS)
Electrical Power Machines: Main part of a power system, bus bar: layouts, distribution systems, overhead lines, parallel operation of alternators; synchronizing. D.C. induction and synchronous motors. Starting and speed control methods, choice of motors for industrial drives. Networks and electronics: Transient responses of RLC circuits. Control Theory and Feedback system. Amplifiers and oscillators. Analogue computation, Digital techniques. Logic theory and simple logic system.
EEE331: BASIC ELECTRICAL POWER AND MACHINES (3 CREDITS)
Machines: Generation of Voltages. Motional EMFs and transformer emf. Elementary DC generator; elementary synchronous generator. Elementary three voltages. Transformers: construction, operation; phasor diagrams and equivalent circuits, determination of parameters from tests. Autotransformers. Three- phased transformers connections, groupings, and tertiary windings. Instrument transformer: current transformers, potential transformer.
EEE332: ELECTRICAL MACHINES I (3 CREDITS)
Electromechanical energy conversion: Basic principles and survey of Physical phenomena and definition. The energy in single excited and multiply excited magnetic systems. Magnetically coupled circuits, reluctance torque in rotating machines.
Armature windings of electrical machines: Conductors, terms, coils, coil-span, single and double layer windings. D.C. armature winding (lap and wave) connections. Principles of action of commutator and brush location, types of A.C. windings, e.m.f. of windings, distribution factor and coil-span factor, different harmonics. Basic rotating machines principles: elementary concepts, e.m.f. of distribution windings, rotating magnetic fields torque and voltage for different types of flux density and fluxes. Transformer: Review of phasor diagram of a single-phase transformer on load, efficiency and voltage regulation testing methods, frequency response, harmonic vibration and noise, transient, auto-transformer, three-phase transformers, 3 to 2, six phases and single-phase conversion, tertiary windings, parallel operation, tap changing protection transformer connection.
EEE376: BASIC COMPUTER ENGINEERING (3 CREDITS)
Microcomputer construction and manufacture. Minicomputer architectures, advantages and limitations. Types of memory elements, ROM, FROM, EPROM, main and secondary memories. Storage primitives; bits, bytes, word, registers, accumulators. Programming in high-level programming languages. BASIC FORTRAN and other languages examples, the objective is to familiarize the student with techniques in logical reasoning and problem solving, programme construction, editing, compilation and execution.
EEE372: ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS (3 CREDITS)
Conduction in materials, materials classification. Basic treatment of the p-n junction, BJT’s and FET’s. I-V characteristics and switching properties. Vacuum tubes. Simple linear and diode waveshaping. DC Biasing. Small signal models at low and high frequencies. Temperature effects. Analysis of single-stage amplifiers.
EEE371: LOGIC DESIGN AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS (3 CREDITS)
Digital Representation of information and Binary Arithmetic. Position number systems, binary coding of alphanumeric characters in the computer, simple error detecting and correcting codes (parity bits, Hamming codes) Arithmetic in the various base system, Binary arithmetic in the combination logic. Boolean Algebra; switching function, truth table, Karnaugh maps etc.; properties of switching function; canonical form; N and Nar design; “don’t cares” minimization of multiple outputs switching functions; Introductory minimization of multiple outputs switching functions; simple combinational circuits design; encoder, decoder, multiplexer, serial and parallel half and full-adders etc. hazards in combinational circuits design problems such as fan-in fan-out, attenuation, etc. notion of feedback state and delay in logic circuits; Basic differences between the synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits; illustration of the use of state transition equations, diagrams, table etc., in sequential logic by their use in defining the operation of synchronized or clocked flip flops ( such as RS, JK, D, T. etc., flip flops). Edge triggered and Master-slave Flip-flops.