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Lecture One: Introduction 1. Self Intro 2. Course: EE-113 Basic Electrical Engineering. a. b. c. d. e. f. Explain what this course will be about. Explain the code EE-113. Explain the credit hours, and contact hours (see prospectus), and marks. Theory and Practical, Sessional and Examination. How will this be structured between Ms. Almas and Myself. How will I assign marks for sessional and examination: i. Test and quizzes ii. Discussions/ interview iii. Assignments iv. Ethics, behaviour, attire, approach.

3. Your prospectus is important – Electrical Engineering scheme of studies and semester rules. 4. What will I cover - Electrical Elements and Circuits a. Engineering, b. Energy and energy transfer, c. Electric Charge, d. Electric current, e. Potential difference and voltage, f. Electric power and energy, g. Electric circuit sources and elements, h. Resistance, i. Ohm’s law, j. Inductance, k. Capacitance, l. Fundamental Circuit Laws, m. Kirchhoff’s Laws, n. Direct application of fundamental laws to simple resistive networks, o. Introduction to node voltage and loop current methods. For these topics, first there will be basics and then depth. 5. Book: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, by Charles K Alexander, 3rd edition would be ok. He is Professor of Electrical Engineering at Cleveland State University, works in Sensor Systems. a. Know about your teachers and authors of your books. b. Read and know their bio. c. Buy the book; it is better. 6. Web Group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BEE_2013 7. Consultancy Times: Thursday 1530-1630 in one of these rooms for your queries related to subject. 8. Dressing/attire/behaviour 9. Any questions

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