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A network, in the context of electronics, is a collection of interconnected components. Network analysis is the process of finding the voltages across, and the currents through, every component in the network. There are many different techniques for calculating these values. However, for the most part, the applied technique assumes that the components of the network are all linear.
In electric network analysis, the fundamental rules are Ohm’s Law and Kirchhoff’s Laws. While these humble laws may be applied to analyze just about any circuit configuration (even if we have to resort to complex algebra to handle multiple unknowns), there are some “shortcut” methods of analysis to make the math easier for the average human. As with any theorem of geometry or algebra, these network theorems are derived from fundamental rules.
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The Faculty of Engineering & Applied Sciences (FEAS) was established in January 1998 to carry forward the mission of the Islamic International Medical Trust by augmenting the national effort in the field of technical education and assisting in the establishment of institutions dedicated to impart education in engineering disciplines and technologies. The Islamic International Engineering College is a constituent College of International University.
Health Sciences has been the hall mark of Riphah International University. Keeping in view the vision of the founding fathers of IIMC Trust and the unique multi discipline educational environment of RIU such as Medical College, Teaching Hospitals, FEAS launched the Bio medical Engineering Program in 2009.
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Lab Work Outline
Design and implement RLC circuits and observe resonance and impedance characteristics. Verify the node voltages and loop currents in RLC circuits using instruments. Verify Circuit-theorems using lab instruments. Verify circuit transformations using lab instruments. Learn the use of Circuit Simulation computer package such as SPICE.