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02HHWUT

A.A. 2024/25

Course Language

Inglese

Degree programme(s)

Master of science-level of the Bologna process in Agritech Engineering - Torino

Borrow

01HHXUT

Course structure

Teaching | Hours |
---|---|

Lezioni | 48 |

Esercitazioni in aula | 12 |

Lecturers

Teacher | Status | SSD | h.Les | h.Ex | h.Lab | h.Tut | Years teaching |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Bradde Tommaso | Ricercatore L240/10 | IIET-01/A | 48 | 12 | 0 | 0 | 1 |

Context

SSD | CFU | Activities | Area context |
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ING-IND/31 ING-INF/01 |
4 2 |
B - Caratterizzanti D - A scelta dello studente |
Ingegneria della sicurezza e protezione industriale A scelta dello studente |

Course Language

Inglese

Degree programme(s)

Master of science-level of the Bologna process in Agritech Engineering - Torino

Borrow

03LTFUT

Course structure

Teaching | Hours |
---|---|

Lezioni | 40 |

Esercitazioni in laboratorio | 20 |

Lecturers

Teacher | Status | SSD | h.Les | h.Ex | h.Lab | h.Tut | Years teaching |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Garlando Umberto | Ricercatore L240/10 | IINF-01/A | 30 | 0 | 10 | 0 | 2 |

Co-lectures

Espandi

Riduci

Riduci

Teacher | Status | SSD | h.Les | h.Ex | h.Lab | h.Tut |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Cum Federico | Dottorando | 0 | 0 | 10 | 0 | |

Demarchi Danilo | Professore Ordinario | IINF-01/A | 10 | 0 | 0 | 0 |

Context

SSD | CFU | Activities | Area context |
---|---|---|---|

ING-INF/01 | 6 | B - Caratterizzanti | Ingegneria della sicurezza e protezione dell'informazione |

2024/25

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

The objective of the course is to provide students with the knowledge of the fundamental laws governing electrical circuits and systems, and with the basic methods of analysis needed to understand and predict their behavior, both in transient and in steady state conditions. Additionally, by analyzing selected key technologies in the field of industrial agriculture, the course aims at providing a broad overview of the role played by electrical components in modern systems design.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

This course introduces the fundamental components of an electronic system. The program includes both digital and analog electronics, giving the general view of a complete system. The course will also include data acquisition systems.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

The objective of the course is to provide students with the knowledge of the fundamental laws governing electrical circuits and systems, and with the basic methods of analysis needed to understand and predict their behavior, both in transient and in steady state conditions. Additionally, by analyzing selected key technologies in the field of industrial agriculture, the course aims at providing a broad overview of the role played by electrical components in modern systems design.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

This course introduces the fundamental components of an electronic system. The program includes both digital and analog electronics, giving the general view of a complete system. The course will also include data acquisition systems.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

-Knowledge of the fundamental laws governing electrical circuits. -Ability to compute and explain the responses of basic electrical networks, including dynamic elements, in common operating conditions. -Qualitatively understand the role and the characteristics of individual electrical components at the system level.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

The students will learn: - how to identify building blocks of an electronic system - recognize the block functionality and estimate their performance - principles of analog to digital and digital to analog converters - recognize the operational amplifier configurations and their effect in the circuits - design simple conditioning or driving circuitry - program a microcontroller - use an electronic lab equipments and verify the circuit performance.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

-Knowledge of the fundamental laws governing electrical circuits. -Ability to compute and explain the responses of basic electrical networks, including dynamic elements, in common operating conditions. -Qualitatively understand the role and the characteristics of individual electrical components at the system level.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

The students will learn: - how to identify building blocks of an electronic system - recognize the block functionality and estimate their performance - principles of analog to digital and digital to analog converters - recognize the operational amplifier configurations and their effect in the circuits - design simple conditioning or driving circuitry - program a microcontroller - use an electronic lab equipments and verify the circuit performance.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Basic knowledge of electromagnetic phoenomena, linear algebra, complex arithmetics, and ordinary differential equations.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Representation of numerical and non-numerical data. Basic electronics knowledge.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Basic knowledge of electromagnetic phoenomena, linear algebra, complex arithmetics, and ordinary differential equations.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Representation of numerical and non-numerical data. Basic electronics knowledge.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Fundamentals. Maxwell’s equations and lumped circuit approximation. Two-terminal elements. Voltage, current, power. Passive and active sign reference. Kirchhoff laws. Power conservation. Resistive networks. Resistors, ideal sources. Solving resistive circuits by means of the Kirchhoff laws. Series and parallel connections. Equivalent resistance. Star-delta transformations. Voltage and current division. Millman’s Theorem. Thevenin and Norton equivalents. Superposition principle. Controlled sources. Dynamic networks. Inductors and capacitors. Electrical and magnetic energy. Coupled inductors and equivalent circuits. Ideal transformer. First-order circuits. Time constants, charge and discharge processes. Transients. Qualitative description of second order circuits response. AC analysis. Sinusoidal voltage and current sources. Steady state operation. Phasors. Impedance and admittance. AC circuit analysis. Frequency response. Bode diagrams. AC Power. Maximum power transfer. Three-Phase systems. Fundamentals of three-phase systems. Star- and delta-connected generators and loads. Analysis of balanced and unbalanced three phase systems. Three-phase power. Selected applications for agricolture technologies. Power in electrical and mechanical domains. Principles of electromechanical energy conversion. Overview of transducers, generators and motors. Classification of electrical motors, torque-speed relations. Solar cells: basic description, operation, efficiency.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Introduction to electronic systems and their components: decomposition in functional blocks, signals in time/frequency domain, difference between analog and digital signals, analog vs digital electronic Digital systems: combinational and sequential circuits, interfacing, dynamical properties. Registers and counters. Analog to digital and digital to analog conversion. Amplifier configurations and main parameters. Operational amplifiers and negative feedback: inverting and non-inverting stages, with reactive elements and several inputs; cascaded stages. Microcontrollers: peripherals description and basic programming. Output signals and actuators. Use of the main lab instrumentation: oscilloscope; tester and digital multimeter; waveform generator.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Fundamentals. Maxwell’s equations and lumped circuit approximation. Two-terminal elements. Voltage, current, power. Passive and active sign reference. Kirchhoff laws. Power conservation. Resistive networks. Resistors, ideal sources. Solving resistive circuits by means of the Kirchhoff laws. Series and parallel connections. Equivalent resistance. Star-delta transformations. Voltage and current division. Millman’s Theorem. Thevenin and Norton equivalents. Superposition principle. Controlled sources. Dynamic networks. Inductors and capacitors. Electrical and magnetic energy. Coupled inductors and equivalent circuits. Ideal transformer. First-order circuits. Time constants, charge and discharge processes. Transients. Qualitative description of second order circuits response. AC analysis. Sinusoidal voltage and current sources. Steady state operation. Phasors. Impedance and admittance. AC circuit analysis. Frequency response. Bode diagrams. AC Power. Maximum power transfer. Three-Phase systems. Fundamentals of three-phase systems. Star- and delta-connected generators and loads. Analysis of balanced and unbalanced three phase systems. Three-phase power. Selected applications for agricolture technologies. Power in electrical and mechanical domains. Principles of electromechanical energy conversion. Overview of transducers, generators and motors. Classification of electrical motors, torque-speed relations. Solar cells: basic description, operation, efficiency.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Introduction to electronic systems and their components: decomposition in functional blocks, signals in time/frequency domain, difference between analog and digital signals, analog vs digital electronic Digital systems: combinational and sequential circuits, interfacing, dynamical properties. Registers and counters. Analog to digital and digital to analog conversion. Amplifier configurations and main parameters. Operational amplifiers and negative feedback: inverting and non-inverting stages, with reactive elements and several inputs; cascaded stages. Microcontrollers: peripherals description and basic programming. Output signals and actuators. Use of the main lab instrumentation: oscilloscope; tester and digital multimeter; waveform generator.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

The course is organized into lectures and practical classes. Practical classes (approximately 30% of each credit) are aimed at applying the circuit analysis methods presented during the lectures. During the teaching period, students will be asked to periodically perform online self-evaluation tests. At the end of the course, a total score of maximum 6 points will be assigned to each student, based on the results of these tests.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

The course will be composed by lectures in class and experimental activities in the laboratories. The laboratories will focus on the practical verification of the circuits and subsystems presented in class and the usage of electronic lab equipments.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

The course is organized into lectures and practical classes. Practical classes (approximately 30% of each credit) are aimed at applying the circuit analysis methods presented during the lectures. During the teaching period, students will be asked to periodically perform online self-evaluation tests. At the end of the course, a total score of maximum 6 points will be assigned to each student, based on the results of these tests.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

The course will be composed by lectures in class and experimental activities in the laboratories. The laboratories will focus on the practical verification of the circuits and subsystems presented in class and the usage of electronic lab equipments.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Reference textbook: Clayton R. Paul, Fundamentals of Electric Circuit Analysis, Wiley 2001. Charles K Alexander and Matthew Sadiku, Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 6Th Edition, McGraw-Hill Education. Allan R. Hambley, “Electrical Engineering, Principles and Applications”, 7th edition, Pearson College Besides the above references, all learning material, including an exercise book, are available for download from the course web page.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Copies of the slides used in lectures, examples of exercises, as well as text and datasheets of the components used for the laboratory exercises are available. All course material is available for download through the course website.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Reference textbook: Clayton R. Paul, Fundamentals of Electric Circuit Analysis, Wiley 2001. Charles K Alexander and Matthew Sadiku, Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, 6Th Edition, McGraw-Hill Education. Allan R. Hambley, “Electrical Engineering, Principles and Applications”, 7th edition, Pearson College Besides the above references, all learning material, including an exercise book, are available for download from the course web page.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Copies of the slides used in lectures, examples of exercises, as well as text and datasheets of the components used for the laboratory exercises are available. All course material is available for download through the course website.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Slides; Libro di esercitazione;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Slides; Esercitazioni di laboratorio;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Lecture slides; Practice book;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

Lecture slides; Lab exercises;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

**Modalità di esame:** Prova scritta (in aula); Prova orale obbligatoria;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

**Modalità di esame:** Prova scritta (in aula); Prova orale obbligatoria;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

**Exam:** Written test; Compulsory oral exam;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

**Exam:** Written test; Compulsory oral exam;

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Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Written test (18/30 points). The written test is divided in two parts. 1) Elementary questions about the course fundamental topics (6/18 points): students are asked to analyze simple electrical circuits (without providing numerical derivations) or to answer theoretical questions. Students that performed all the periodical self-evaluation tests, and reached a minimum score of 4/6, are allowed to skip this first part of the written exam. 2) Numerical solution of an electrical network (12/18 points): students are asked to solve numerically more involved electrical networks. For this second part, students must provide the full derivations that lead to the circuit solution. Oral test (12/30 points). The oral test starts by discussing the results of the written tests. Then, the student will be asked to answer questions about the topics covered during the course lectures.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

The final exam consists of a written test composed by exercises and theoretical questions. The exam lasts two hours. During the exam you cannot consult any material. The score obtained from the written exam is summed with the evaluation of laboratory exercises. The resulting score can be integrated (-3 to +3) with an optional oral session. The oral exam can be related to any part of the course, including the laboratory experiences.

Gli studenti e le studentesse con disabilità o con Disturbi Specifici di Apprendimento (DSA), oltre alla segnalazione tramite procedura informatizzata, sono invitati a comunicare anche direttamente al/la docente titolare dell'insegnamento, con un preavviso non inferiore ad una settimana dall'avvio della sessione d'esame, gli strumenti compensativi concordati con l'Unità Special Needs, al fine di permettere al/la docente la declinazione più idonea in riferimento alla specifica tipologia di esame.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

**Exam:** Written test; Compulsory oral exam;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

**Exam:** Written test; Compulsory oral exam;

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Circuits and Electrical Engineering)

Written test (18/30 points). The written test is divided in two parts. 1) Elementary questions about the course fundamental topics (6/18 points): students are asked to analyze simple electrical circuits (without providing numerical derivations) or to answer theoretical questions. Students that performed all the periodical self-evaluation tests, and reached a minimum score of 4/6, are allowed to skip this first part of the written exam. 2) Numerical solution of an electrical network (12/18 points): students are asked to solve numerically more involved electrical networks. For this second part, students must provide the full derivations that lead to the circuit solution. Oral test (12/30 points). The oral test starts by discussing the results of the written tests. Then, the student will be asked to answer questions about the topics covered during the course lectures.

Circuits and electrical engineering and Electronic systems (Electronic systems)

The final exam consists of a written test composed by exercises and theoretical questions. The exam lasts two hours. During the exam you cannot consult any material. The score obtained from the written exam is summed with the evaluation of laboratory exercises. The resulting score can be integrated (-3 to +3) with an optional oral session. The oral exam can be related to any part of the course, including the laboratory experiences.

In addition to the message sent by the online system, students with disabilities or Specific Learning Disorders (SLD) are invited to directly inform the professor in charge of the course about the special arrangements for the exam that have been agreed with the Special Needs Unit. The professor has to be informed at least one week before the beginning of the examination session in order to provide students with the most suitable arrangements for each specific type of exam.