Computer Applications 1

1901102
Computer packages for mathematical and symbolic manipulations (Matlab, Mathematica).

Windows environment. Graphics packages. INTERNET and its use in literature survey

and information acquisition. Library search via computer. Engineering packages for computation.

Data processing and statistical packages.Standard computer libraries.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Eng. Ziad Al Khatib, Eng. Noor Awad, Eng. Wiam Anabousi Electrical Engineering 3

0302102
Ohm's and Kirchhoff's Laws. Series and parallel connections,

Voltage and current division. Nodal and mesh analysis.

Superposition. Thevinin's and Norton's theorems. Inductance

and capacitance. Source free RL and RC circuits.

Response of RL and RC and RLC circuits to unit step function.

Characteristics of a sinusoid. The phasor concept.

Phasor relationships for R, L, and C elements.

Impedance and admittance.Effective values of current and voltage.

Instantaneous, average and apparent power and power factor.

Three-phase Y- and Delta- connections. Introduction to

semiconductors. The PN junction. Applications of PN junctions

(rectifiers). Transistors: operation, model, V-I characteristics. Operational amplifiers and gates. Safety considerations.

Protective earthing.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Eng. Ziad Al Khatib Electrical Engineering Lab 1

0903203
Electric measuring equipment. DC circuits. Basic Laws and network theorems, impedance concept and phase shift in RL and RC circuits. 3-phase Y- and Delta- connected loads.

Measurement of power and powerfactor.

Transistor amplifiers.Opamps.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Dr. Ghazi Al Sukkar , Eng. Zamil Al Zamil, Eng. Ola Ananbeh, Eng. Wiam Anabousi Electrical Circuits (1) 3

0302102
Units, definitions, and simple circuits. Circuit analysis techniques. Inductance and capacitance. Source-free RL and RC circuits. The application of unit-step forcing functions. The RLC circuits. The sinusoidal forcing function. The phasor concept.

The phasor relationships for R, L, and C. Impedance/admittance. The sinusoidal steady state response. Circuit analysis using MATLAB and SPICE.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Dr. Raed Al-Zubi, Dr. Othman Al-Smadi Electrical Circuits (2) 3

0903211
Average power and rms values. Polyphase circuits. Three phase Y- and Delta- connections. Complex frequency.

The damped sinusoidal forcing function. Frequency response. Parallel and series resonance. Magnetically coupled circuits.

General two port networks. Impedance, admittance, hybrid and transmission parameters. Principles of basic filtering.

Basic passive and active filters.

Prerequisite: 0903211

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Prof.Daifallah M. Dalabeih, Dr. Nabil Tawalbeh Electrical Circuits Lab 1

0903212
DC circuits. KVL. Network theorems. Transient analysis in RL, RC, and RLC circuits.

Impedance concept. Power and P.F. Series and parallel resonance. Quality factor.

Three phase circuits. Power measurement. Parameters of two-port networks.Coupled circuits.

Filters.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Prof. Mohamed Abdelazeez, Dr. Othman Alsmadi, Dr. Nabil Tawalbeh, Eng. Zamil Al Zamil, Eng. Reem Al Debs, Eng. Enaam Al Khateeb Signal Analysis & Systems 3

0903201 & 0903211
Signal and system model and classification. Continuous time signals. Signals and vectors.

Generalized Fourier series representation.Amplitude and phase spectra of signals.

Energy and power content of signals. Bandwidth of signals. The Fourier Transform

and applications. Sampling of signals. Convolution of signals. Power and Energy spectral densities.

Correlation functions. Time-domain analysis of continuous time systems.

The system impulse response. Communication channels. Filters: LPF, HPF and BPF.

Discrete time signals.The discrete Fourier transform (DFT) and the Fast Fourier transform (FFT).

Spectral analysis of DFT systems. Unit sample response and response to arbitrary input sequences.

Introduction to the Z-transform. Computer project.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Dr. Ghazi Al Sukkar Electromagnetics (1) 3

0302102
Introduction. vectors and vector operations. Coordinate systems. Coulomb's law and electric field.

Potential and gradient. Electric flux density.Gauss law and divergence theorem.

Electric fields in material space.Capacitors. Boundary conditions,

Poisson's and Laplace's equations. Method of images. Biot-Savart's law. Ampere's law.

The curl and the Stock's theorem. Magnetic force, torque and moment.Magnetic vector potential.

Practical applications. Magnetic properties of materials. The B-H curve. Boundary conditions.

Inductors.Magnetic circuits. Interaction between fields and charged particles. Faraday's law.

Displacement current. Maxwell's equations. Continuity equation and the relaxation relationship.

Time-harmonic fields and the hysteresis concept.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Prof. Mohamed Abdelazeez Electromagnetics (Comp. Eng.) 3

0302102
Introduction. vectors and coordinate systems. Charges. Electric field,

potential and electric flux density. Gauss law.Electric characteristics of materials. Capacitors.

Boundary conditions. Currents. Magnetic fields. Ampere's law.

Magnetic properties of materials and the B-H curve.Boundary conditions. Inductors.

Magnetic circuits.Time varying fields and Maxwell's equations.

Waves in lossless and conducting media. Transmission lines (TL).

Transient and steady state analysis of TL. Matching in TL.Introduction to optical fibers.

Electromagnetic effects in high speed digital systems.Practical applications.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Prof. Mohamed Abdelazeez Electronics (1) 3

0903211
Introduction to Semiconductors. Conduction in metals. Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors.

Electrical properties of semiconductors.Diffusion process in semiconductors.

The PN Junction Diode.Open-circuited junction. Forward, reverse biased junction.

VI static characteristics. Temperature effects. Small and large-signal models.

Junction capacitance and switching times. Diode types and applications.Rectification.

Rectifier filters. Clipper and clamper circuits. Voltage multipliers. Zener, varactor and Schottky diodes.

LED and Photodiode applications. Bipolar Junction Transistors: Ebers-Moll mode.

CB and CE characteristics. DC biasing and analysis.BJT as a switch, diode and amplifier.

Small-signal models. Transistor ratings. Field-effect Transistor:

VI characteristics of JFET and MOSFET. FET as a switch and amplifier. Small-signal models.

The MESFET. Transistor ratings.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 2.Second Year Dr. Raed Al-Zubi Engineering Numerical Methods 3

0301202
Mathematical preliminaries, numerical errors and, loss of significance and error propagation.

Numerical solution of nonlinear algebraic equations,

Review of linear algebra (Solution of systems of linear equations).

Numerical solutions of systems of linear and non-linear algebraic equations.

Interpolation and approximation and curve fitting. Numerical differentiation and integration.

Numerical solution of differential equations.Eigenvalue problems.

Introduction to numerical solution of partial differential equation.Engineering applications.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Dr. Omar El-Ghazawi Probability and Random Variables 3

0903221
Introduction to probability and Random Variables. Discrete random variable.

Continuous random variable. The probability density function. The probability distribution function.

Statistics of random variable. Random process, Ergodicity and stationary. Auto correlation function.

Power spectral density. Estimating the autocorrelation function and power spectral density

from raw data.Input output relations of linear systems.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Dr. Ghazi Al Sukkar Instrumentations and Measurements 3

0903212 & 0903261
General electric and magnetic units. Experimental data and error.

Analogue and digital instrumentation of current, voltage and power. R, L, C components measuring

instruments. RF power and voltage measurement. Oscilloscopes. Signal generation and analysis.

Wave and spectrum analyzers. Transducers. Digital data acquisition and test systems.

Capacitive interference. Grounding. Projects on use of 7216 and 7217 chips in digital multimeters.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Dr. Salih Sarairah Electromagnetics (2) 3

0903251
Introduction. Maxwell's equation. Wave equation. Plane wave (PW) n general medium.

Wavelength, wave number, direction of wave propagation, phase velocity, group velocity,

phase and attenuation constants and wave impedance. PW propagation in lossless,

lossy and good conducting media. Skin effect and the surface impedance in lossy

and good conducting media. Generalized form of the PW. Poynting vector.

Normal and oblique incidence of the UPW. Wave polarization. Consideration of some practical

problems. Transmission lines (TL). Transient analysis of lossless TL. Analysis of TL for

harmonic source using vector and crankdiagram. Short TL (stubs). TL charts.

Matching using single stub, double stubs and quarter wavelength TL.

Impedance measurement. Waveguides. Rectangular and circular waveguides.

Slots in waveguide. The concept of resonant cavity.

Introduction to antennas including the different parameters of an antenna.

Short and half a wavelength dipoles characteristics.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Prof. Mohamed Abdelazeez Electronics (2) 3

0903261
Amplification. Biasing of transistor (BJT and FET). Single-stage amplifier. Cascaded BJT and FET amplifiers. Composite transistor stages.

Operational amplifiers and Applications: Differential amplifier. Operational amplifier architectures. Gain with active load. DC level shifting.

Output stage. Offset voltages and currents. Frequency response of amplifiers. The high-frequency response of all amplifier configurations.

The low-frequency response of all amplifier configurations. the frequency response of cascaded stages. Feedback Amplifiers.

Properties of negative-feedback amplifiers. Properties of feedback amplifier topologies. Analysis of feedback amplifiers.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Dr. Omar El-Ghazawi Electronics Lab 1

0903361
Rectification. Regulation and clipping. BJT characteristics. Bjt biasing and largesignal amplification.

BJT as an amplifier. FET as an amplifier. Cascaded amplifiers. Frequency response of amplifiers.

Feedback amplifier.Differential amplifier. Op-Amp Applications.

Projects.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Dr. Raed Al-Zubi, Eng. Noor Awad, Eng. Sanaa Khawaldeh, Eng. Enaam Al Khateeb Electrical Machines (1) 3

0903212 & 0903251
Magnetic circuits; single-phase transformers: principles, analysis and performance characteristics; three-phase transformers: construction,

connections and groups; single-phase and three-phase transformer testing; electromechanical energy conversion; basic principles of

DC mechanics; principles and classification of DC generators; DC motors: analysis, performance characteristics, starting and speed control;

DC machines testing; rotating field; synchronous generators: classification, analysis, performance characteristics, synchronization process and

parallel operation.

Prerequisite/Co-requisite: 0903212 & 0903251

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Prof. Daifallah M. Dalabeih Electrical Machines (Mechanical & Mechatronics Eng.) 3

0903203 or 0903212
Magnetic circuits; single-phase and three-phase transformers: Principles, analysis,

performance characteristics and testing; electromechanical energy conversion;

principles and classification of DC generators; DC motors: analysis, performance characteristics,

starting, testing and speed control; synchronous motors: analysis,performance characteristics,

applications, starting, and testing; three-phase induction motors: analysis, performance

characteristics, testing, starting and speedcontrol; single-phase induction motors;

special types of motors: stepper motors, universal motors, reluctance motors, burshless DC motors.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Dr. Nabil Tawalbeh Electrical Machines Lab. (Mechanical & Mechatronics Eng.) 1

0903373
Transformer magnetic circuits. Testing of single and 3-phasetransformers. DC generators.

Speed control of DC motors. Testing and operational characteristics of alternators.

Testing and operational characteristics of synchronous motors. Testing and operational

characteristics of induction motors.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 3.Third year Eng. Majed Al-Majalee, Eng. Enaam Al Khatib Communications (1) 3

0903321
Continuous-wave modulation (CW). Amplitude Modulation (AM). Angle modulation.

Frequency and phase modulation (FM, PM). Bandwidth estimation in CW-modulation.

AM and FM receivers. Noise in CW Modulation. Noise Sources. Interference and noise representation.

Signal to noise ratio (SNR). Pulse modulation. Time division multiplexing (TDM).

Pulse code Modulation (PCM). Delta modulation, DPCM. Baseband transmission : Pulse shaping

and line coding. Nyquist’s criterion for distortionless transmission.

Digital transmission techniques: Binary ASK, FSK and PSK.Performance of digital modulation

schemes in the presence of noise.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Dr. Mohamed Hawa Communications (2) 3

0903421
Introduction. Digital modulation formats. Optimum receiver design. Matched filter derivation

and design of digital modulation formats. Signal space representation. Performance evaluation

for digital modulation formats in AWGN channel. Probability of symbol and bit error for the

different modulation formats. Fading channel models. Evaluation of the probability of symbol

and bit error in fading channel. Read Spectrum Communication: Channel Coding. Hamming Codes.

Convolutional Codes. Linear block codes. Error correcting capability of linear block codes.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Dr. Jamal Rahhal Digital Signal Processing 3

0903321
Introduction to DSP. Discrete time signals and systems. Z-transform. Modeling and implementation

forms of DT systems. Time and Frequency domain analysis of digital processors.

Design and analysis of finite impulse response filters (FIR). Analog filter approximations.

Design and analysis of infinite impulse response (IIR) filters. Digital filter networks.

Digital equalizers. The DFT and FFT algorithms. DSP algorithms and applications.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Dr. Iyad Jafar Communication Systems 3

0903421
Review of Voice and Data Communications. Line transmission and voice companders.

Waveform shaping and data generation. Multiple Access Techniques. TDMA, FDMA, CDMA

and Hybrid systems. Propagation Models and Antennas. Broadcasting systems

Analog and Digital TV Systems, AM and FM broadcasting. Microwave and Optical Fiber Links.

Satellite Communications. Satellite transponders, link budget calculation.

GPS Systems: satellite configuration, timing signals, modulation and location calculations.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Dr. Loay Khalaf Communication Networks 3

0903421
Introduction to communication networks and the OSI model. Circuit switching and packet switching. Physical layer and transmission media.

Asynchronous and synchronous transmission. Local loop access technologies. Data Link Layer Principles. IEEE 802.x Medium Access Control

(MAC) protocols: LANs, MANs, WANs and PANs. The concept of internetworking and the Internet Protocol (IP), IP Specifications and supporting

protocols (ARP, DHCP, ICMP, etc), Routing and switching in IP networks. Repeaters, Switches, Hubs, Bridges, Routers and Gateways.

UDP and TCP transport protocols. Internet applications.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Dr. Mohamed Hawa Communications Lab 1

0903422
Baseband binary transmission and matched filter receiver measurements.

Generation and reception of incoherent binary ASK, PSK, and FSK signals. Waveform shaping.

Eye diagram.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Dr. Jamal Rahhal, Eng. Reem Al Debs Control System 3

0301302
Open-loop and closed-loop (feedback) control systems. Examples of feedback control systems.

Review of complex variables and Laplace transform. Poles and element transfer function

and block diagram. Modeling of physical systems: electrical, mechanical hydraulic

and pneumatic systems. Linearization of nonlinear systems.

System representations: system block diagrams and signal flow graphs.

Overall transfer function, block diagrams reduction techniques and Mason’s gain formula.

Introduction to state-space representation. Sensitivity of open loop and closed

loop control systems. Time response analysis and performance indices of first and

second order systems. Dominant poles of high order systems. Routh- Hurwitz stability criterion.

Steady state error coefficients. Design and effects of basic control actions

and their combinations: proportional, integral and derivative. Effects of velocity feedback.

Stability analysis using root locus. Bode diagrams and Nyquist stability criterion.

Gain and phase margins, and obtaining transfer function using Bode diagrams.

Introduction to analysis and design using statespace equations.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Dr. Othman Al-Smadi Measurements & Control Lab 1

0903341 & 0903441
Experiments on oscilloscope. Measurement of earth resistance. Instrumentation. Data acquisition.

Signal generators. Interference and insulation. Open and closed loop systems.

Servomechanism principles. The effect of gain, integral and derivative control,

and velocity feedback on system performance. Frequency response measurements.

Analog computer simulation. CAD of control systems. Control of liquid level and thermal systems.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Eng. Zamil Al-zamil Power Electronics 3

0903361
Basic elements of PE systems. Applications of PE. Classification of PE controllers.

Power semiconductor devices (PSD). Classification of PSD. V-I characteristics of the major PSD.

Switching characteristics of PSD.Basic drive circuits of PSD. Line commutated converters.

Single-phase H.W. rectifiers. Single-phase F.W. rectifiers configuration. 3-phase H.W and F.W rectifiers.

Single-phase and 3ph semiconverters. Inversion mode of operation. Performance characteristics

of line commutated rectifiers. Introduction to AC switching controllers.

Introduction to DC-to-DC converters. Introduction to DC-to-AC converters.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Prof. Mohammed Khedher Digital Electronics 3

0903361
Building blocks and design methodologies for constructing synchronous digital systems.

Bipolar TTL vs. MOS implementation technologies.Standard logic (SSI, MSI, LSI, VLSI).

Programmable logic (PLD, PGA). Finite state machine design. Digital computer building blocks.

Semiconductor ROM and RAM. Timing circuits. Monostable and stable multivibrators.

Analog-to-digital (A/D) and digitalto- analog (D/A) converters. Using computer-aided design software

(PSpice, Verilog HDL, Xilinx, etc).

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Dr. Loay Khalaf Electrical Machines (2) 3

0903371
Synchronous motors: analysis, performance characteristics, application in power factor correction,

and starting methods; testing of synchronous machines; threephase induction motors:

classification, analysis, performance characteristics, starting methods, testing, and speed control;

single-phase induction motors; special types of motors: stepper motors, universal motors, reluctance motors, and brushless DC motors.

Electrical Engineering B.Sc. Electrical Engineering 4.Fourth year Prof. Mohammed Khedher