
Course unit
ELECTRICAL SCIENCE (Ult. numero di matricola da 5 a 9)
IN19102562, A.A. 2015/16
Information concerning the students who enrolled in A.Y. 2014/15
ECTS: details
Type 
ScientificDisciplinary Sector 
Credits allocated 
Educational activities in elective or integrative disciplines 
INGIND/31 
Electrotechnics 
9.0 
Course unit organization
Period 
Second semester 
Year 
2nd Year 
Teaching method 
frontal 
Type of hours 
Credits 
Teaching hours 
Hours of Individual study 
Shifts 
Lecture 
9.0 
72 
153.0 
No turn 
Examination board
Board 
From 
To 
Members of the board 
14 Zanuto Nicola 
01/06/2019 
30/09/2019 
GNESOTTO
FRANCESCO
(Presidente)
BETTINI
PAOLO
(Membro Effettivo)
DESIDERI
DANIELE
(Supplente)

13 A.A. 2016/17 
01/10/2016 
30/09/2019 
BETTINI
PAOLO
(Presidente)
ALOTTO
PIERGIORGIO
(Membro Effettivo)

12 A.A. 2016/2017 
01/10/2016 
30/09/2018 
ALOTTO
PIERGIORGIO
(Presidente)
BETTINI
PAOLO
(Membro Effettivo)

11 A.A. 2015/2016 
01/10/2015 
15/03/2017 
GUARNIERI
MASSIMO
(Presidente)
MASCHIO
ALVISE
(Membro Effettivo)
ALOTTO
PIERGIORGIO
(Supplente)
DESIDERI
DANIELE
(Supplente)
MORO
FEDERICO
(Supplente)

10 A.A. 2015/2016 
01/10/2015 
15/03/2017 
MASCHIO
ALVISE
(Presidente)
GUARNIERI
MASSIMO
(Membro Effettivo)
ALOTTO
PIERGIORGIO
(Supplente)
DESIDERI
DANIELE
(Supplente)
MORO
FEDERICO
(Supplente)

9 A.A. 2014/2015 
01/10/2014 
15/03/2016 
MASCHIO
ALVISE
(Presidente)
GUARNIERI
MASSIMO
(Membro Effettivo)
ALOTTO
PIERGIORGIO
(Supplente)
DESIDERI
DANIELE
(Supplente)
DUGHIERO
FABRIZIO
(Supplente)
MORO
FEDERICO
(Supplente)
STELLA
ANDREA
(Supplente)

8 A.A. 2014/2015 
01/10/2014 
15/03/2016 
GUARNIERI
MASSIMO
(Presidente)
MASCHIO
ALVISE
(Membro Effettivo)
ALOTTO
PIERGIORGIO
(Supplente)
DESIDERI
DANIELE
(Supplente)
DUGHIERO
FABRIZIO
(Supplente)
MORO
FEDERICO
(Supplente)
STELLA
ANDREA
(Supplente)

Prerequisites:

In order to study profitably the subject, the student must know the contents of Linear Algebra, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, General Physics 1, and General Physics 2.
The program regulation also states that the examinations of any secondyear teaching, including Electrical Engineering, can be given only if firstyear teachings for at least 30 have been passed, including Calculus 1. 
Target skills and knowledge:

Starting from the knowledge acquired in previous mathematics and physics classes, the course aims at teaching the basic properties of electrical networks. The main analysis methods and fundamental theorems of the electric network in steady state, harmonic and variable aperiodic conditions will be taught as well.
At the end of the course, this knowledge will allow the student to recognize where and when electrical networks are used. He will be able to identify the best analysis strategies of such networks and know the fundamentals for the synthesis of elementary circuits.
He will also acquire the correct and rigorous terminology needed for Electrical Enginnering. 
Examination methods:

Midterm test consisting of 10 multipleanswer quizzes on theoretical subjects.
Written and oral final examination. The written part consists of 10 multipleanswer quizzes on theoretical subjects and in the analysis of two electrical networks. The oral examination consists of a theoretical question. 
Assessment criteria:

The multipleanswer quizzes allow the student to acquire a score from 0 to 10. He passes with a score equal to or greater than 6.
The two exercises allow the student to acquire a score from 0 to 14. He passes with a score equal to or greater than 8.
The oral question allow the student to acquire a score from 0 to 8. He passes with a score equal to or greater than 4.
In order to pass the whole examination the student must pass each of the three parts and the final score (in thirties) is the sum of the three partial scores. 
Course unit contents:

1) Introduction to the and electrical networks and their fundamental concepts. Channeling of electric current: flow tubes, ports and electric power and multiports.
2) fundamentals element types. Adynamic oneport: voltage and current sources, resistors, diodes.
3) Adynamic twoports and their characterization, controlled sources, ideal transformer, ideal gyrator.
4) Dynamic elements: capacitors, inductors, and mutual inductors.
5) Network topology: series and parallel, graphs, topological matrices, Kirchhoff's laws. systems of topological equations. Tellegen's theorem.
6) Principles of analysis and general theorems of electrical networks in quasistationary condition.
7) resistor networks, series and parallel, voltage and current dividers.
8) Affine oneports, their duality and equivalence.
9) Direct currrent linear networks. Analysis problem. Reduced methods: mesh current method, node voltage method, superposition method. Linear network theorems: reciprocity theorem, Thevenin's theorem, Norton's theorem, maximum power transfer theorem.
10) Alternating current networks. Sinusoidal voltages and currents, phasors, impedance, admittance, series and parallel, and their synthesis. Frequency response and resonance. Symbolic networks, properties, theorems and methods of analysis.
11) Threephase networks. Topologies of generators and impedances in three and fourwire symmetrical and balanced networks. Threephase power, power factor correction.
12) Discontinuity and pulses. Impulsive currents in capacitors and impulse voltages in inductors, parallelization and serialization of capacitors and inductors
13) Generally varying dynamic netwoks. Evolution of the fundamental circuits of the first and second order circuits: RC circuit, LR circuit, and LC oscillator. Differential equation, zero input response and zero state response, particular solution and homogeneous solution. Generalized frequencies, time constants, integration constants. Reduced use of Laplace transform in dynamic networks analysis. Transfer functions.
14) Classroom exercises: analysis of circuits in direct current, alternating current, and dynamic circuits. Synthesis of elementary networks.
15) Two laboratory practices. 
Planned learning activities and teaching methods:

classroom lessons at the blackboard, videoprojections of slides, practical demonstrations with electrical and electronic instrumentation, and classroom exercises on the analyses and synthesis of electrical networks. 
Additional notes about suggested reading:

In addition to the textbooks listed below, the following material is downloadable from the course Moodle website (https://moodle.dei.unipd.it/course/category.php?id=69):
1) lesson syntheses (with indication of the pertinent chapters of the textbook)
2) informative material for the examination (detailed program, rules for written and oral tests, questions of the oral test)
3) texts of the written tests proposed in the previous sessions
Other informationcan be find there, such as:
 Practical information for attending the lessons
 Link to exam timetable 
Textbooks (and optional supplementary readings) 

Massimo Guarnieri, Elementi di elettrotecnica circuitale  Terza edizione. Padova: Edizioni Progetto, 2014. pp. 571

M. Bagatin, G. Chitarin, D. Desideri, F. Dughiero, F. Gnesotto, M. Guarnieri, A. Maschio, Esercizi di Elettrotecnica: reti elettriche  seconda edizione. Bologna: Editore Progetto Leonardo, 2013. pp.212

F. Dughiero, E. Sieni, Esercitazioni di Elettrotecnica. Padova: Libreria Progetto, 2013. pp.302


