Dc Circuit Analysis

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| | First Year Laboratory | | | | Unit: | Circuit Analysis | | Title: | Laboratory 1 – DC Circuit Analysis | | Experiment: | EEEN-10024-1 | | | | | Last revision: | September 2013 | | Aims: | To familiarise the students with connecting simple DC resistor circuits and to make basic resistance, current and voltage measurements using a digital multimeter. To experimentally illustrate Kirchoff’s LawsTo identify and measure node voltages, branch currents and mesh currents. | | Key points: | Methods of measuring voltages, currents resistances. Practical application of Ohm’s Law, Kirchof’s Laws, Voltage Divider Rule, Current Divider Rule. Building simple DC circuits using Loctronic Circuit Board. | | Equipment: | Box of mounted resistors (labelled R1, R2, …, R10)DC Voltage SupplyDigital Multi-MeterLoctronic Circuit board | | Assessment * You will be marked according to the responses that you give to the tasks in the boxes below. * Marks are indicated for each task and these suggest how much effort might be expected. * You must submit electronically (via Blackboard) this word document populated with the appropriate values Assessment * You will be marked according to the responses that you give to the tasks in the boxes below. * Marks are indicated for each task and these suggest how much effort might be expected. * You must submit electronically (via Blackboard) this word document populated with the appropriate values Instruction and penalties. If you do not prepare or are late it is unlikely that you will finish and therefore marks will be sacrificed. ● The laboratory activity will start either on Friday (11th of October) at 2pm and finish at 5pm or it will start on Monday (14th of October) at 9am and finish at 12pm (check your timetable). Penalties : 5% penalties for
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