Electrical Circuits Lab.Back
The laboratory is equipped with instrumentation and experimental setups to support undergraduate and graduate researches. Fundamental circuit components, measurement devices and techniques are investigated. AC/DC circuit design, set up, analysis and measurement based experiments are also realized in this laboratory.
The Experiments & Applications
Introduction to Laboratory Instruments: The familiarization of basic laboratory equipments. The use of an oscilloscope, the measurement of amplitude, frequency and phase consept of AC waveforms.
Two-terminal resistive components: The terminal characteristics of various two-terminal resistive componentsare derived.
Ohm's & Kirchhoff's law , Thevenin's & Norton's Theorems and power in dc circuits: Ohm's & Kirchhoff's law , Thevenin's & Norton's Theorems and superposition principle are verified. Maximum Power transfer is also investigated.
RC ,RL and RLC circuıts: First order and second order circuits are investigated, resonant frequency is analysed.
Oscilloscope (Instek GOS-620) 20 Mhz Bandwidth, Dual Channel 1mV/div X-Y Function
DC Power Supply (DF-1731) Two adjustable Channel (0-30V). Max. Current : 3 A. Current protection
Signal Generator (Instek GFG-8210) Frequency Range: 0.1Hz ~ 10MHz Waveforms: Sine, Triangle, Square, Ramp, TTL and CMOS Output Two-Step (-20dBx2) and Variable attenuator LIN/LOG Sweep Mod
Multimeter (Goldstar DM-332) Number of Digits : 3.5 Digits DC Voltage Range : 400mV - 1000V AC Voltage Range : 400mV - 750V DC Current Range : 4mA - 10A Resistance Range : 400Ω - 40MΩ Capacitance Range : 40nF - 40μF