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Electronic and electrical engineering course chart

Electronic

Semester 1

Units

Semester 2

Units

General Mathematics I

Physics I

Physics II

Persian Literature

General English Language Training

Introduction to Electrical Engineering

Others

3

3

3

3

3

1

2

 

General Mathematics II

Differential Equations

Theory of Electrical Circuits I

Computer Programming

Laboratory – Physics I

Laboratory – Physics II

General Workshop

Sport I

Others

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

2

Total

18

Total

18

 

Semester 3

Units

Semester 4

Units

Theory of Electrical Circuits II

Engineering Mathematics

Electromagnetics

Electronics I

Numerical Analysis

Laboratory – Electrical Circuits

Engineering Drawing

Others

Others

2

3

3

2

2

1

1

2

2

Electronics II

Electrical Machines I

Signal and Systems Analysis

Digital Systems Design I

Engineering Probability

Electrical Workshop

Sport II

Others

2

2

3

3

3

1

1

2

Total

18

Total

17

 

 

Semester 5

Units

Semester 6

Units

Linear Control Systems

Telecommunication Systems Analysis

Analog Electronics

Digital Systems Design II

Solid State Electronics

Laboratory – Electronical Circuits

Laboratory – Digital Systems Design I

Others

3

3

3

3

3

1

1

2

Telecommunicational Circuits

Electrical Machines II

Microprocessor Systems Desgin

Pulse Circuits

Laboratory – Linear Control Systems

Laboratory – Analog Electronics

Optional

Others

3

2

3

3

1

1

3

2

Total

19

Total

18

 

Semester 7

Units

Semester 8

Units

Power Systems Analysis

Laboratory – Digital Systems Design II

Laboratory – Telecom Circuits

Laboratory – Electrical Machines I

Laboratory – Pulse Circuits

Electrical Engineering English Language

Optional

Optional

3

1

1

1

1

2

3

3

 

CMOS Integrated Circuits

Engineering Economics

Industrial Electronics

Optional

Project

3

3

3

3

3

 

Total

15

Total

15

 

 

Control:

Semester 1

Units

Semester 2

Units

General Mathematics I

Physics I

Physics II

Persian Literature

General English Language Training

Introduction to Electrical Engineering

Others

3

3

3

3

3

1

2

 

General Mathematics II

Differential Equations

Electrical Circuits I

Computer Programming

Laboratory – Physics I

Laboratory – Physics II

General Workshop

Sport I

Others

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

2

Total

18

Total

18

 

Semester 3

Units

Semester 4

Units

Electrical Circuits II

Engineering Mathematics

Electromagnetics

Electronics I

Numerical Analysis

Laboratory – Electrical Circuits

Engineering Drawing

Others

Others

2

3

3

2

2

1

1

2

2

Electronics II

Electrical Machines I

Signal and Systems Analysis

Digital Systems Design I

Engineering Probability

Electrical Workshop

Sport II

Others

2

2

3

3

3

1

1

2

Total

18

Total

17

 

 

Semester 5

Units

Semester 6

Units

Linear control systems

Principles of telecommunication systems

Industrial Electronics

Electrical machines2

Linear Algebra

Digital systems1  lab

 

3

3

3

2

3

1

 

industrial control

Digital systems  2

Digital control systems

Modern control systems

Industrial Electronics Lab

Linear control systems Lab

Electrical machines1 Lab

 

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

 

Total

15

Total

15

 

Semester 7

Units

Semester 8

Units

Instrumentation

Digital systems  2 Lab

Digital control systems Lab

industrial control Lab

Technical language

Microprocessor System Design

 

3

1

1

1

2

3

Energy Systems Analysis1

Engineering Economics

Project

 

3

3

3

Total

11

Total

9

 

 

Power

Semester 1

Units

Semester 2

Units

General Mathematics I

Physics I

Physics II

Persian Literature

General English Language Training

Introduction to Electrical Engineering

Others

3

3

3

3

3

1

2

 

General Mathematics II

Differential Equations

Electrical Circuits I

Computer Programming

Laboratory – Physics I

Laboratory – Physics II

General Workshop

Sport I

Others

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

2

Total

18

Total

18

 

Semester 3

Units

Semester 4

Units

Electrical Circuits II

Engineering Mathematics

Electromagnetics

Electronics I

Numerical Analysis

Laboratory – Electrical Circuits

Engineering Drawing

Others

Others

2

3

3

2

2

1

1

2

2

Electronics II

Electrical Machines I

Signal and Systems Analysis

Digital Systems Design I

Engineering Probability

Electrical Workshop

Sport II

Others

2

2

3

3

3

1

1

2

Total

18

Total

18

 

 

Semester 5

Units

Semester 6

Units

Linear control systems

Electrical machines3

Energy Systems Analysis 1

Electronic2

Digital systems1 Lab

Electrical machines1 Lab

Electronic Lab

 

3

3

3

2

1

1

1

 

Energy Systems Analysis2

Industrial Electronics

Digital systems2

Insulators and strong pressure

Electrical Installations

Linear control systems Lab

Electrical machines2 Lab

 

3

3

3

3

3

1

1

 

Total

14

Total

17

 

Semester 7

Units

Semester 8

Units

Principles of telecommunication systems

Electric power generation

Digital systems2 Lab

Industrial Electronics Lab

Power System Analysis Lab

Technical language

 

3

3

1

1

1

2

 

Protection and relay

Engineering Economics

Project

 

3

3

3

Total

11

Total

9

 

 

 

Telecommunication

Semester 1

Units

Semester 2

Units

General Mathematics I

Physics I

Physics II

Persian Literature

General English Language Training

Introduction to Electrical Engineering

Others

3

3

3

3

3

1

2

 

General Mathematics II

Differential Equations

Electrical Circuits I

Computer Programming

Laboratory – Physics I

Laboratory – Physics II

General Workshop

Sport I

Others

3

3

3

3

1

1

1

1

2

Total

18

Total

18

 

Semester 3

Units

Semester 4

Units

Electrical Circuits II

Engineering Mathematics

Electromagnetics

Electronics I

Numerical Analysis

Laboratory – Electrical Circuits

Engineering Drawing

Others

Others

2

3

3

2

2

1

1

2

2

Electronics II

Electrical Machines I

Signal and Systems Analysis

Digital Systems Design I

Engineering Probability

Electrical Workshop

Sport II

Others

2

2

3

3

3

1

1

2

Total

18

Total

18

 

 

Semester 5

Units

Semester 6

Units

Linear control systems

Principles of telecommunication systems

Square and waves

Digital systems2

Digital systems1 Lab

3

3

3

3

1

 

communication circuits

Electrical machines2

Microwave and Antenna

Digital contacts

Linear control systems Lab

Technical language

3

2

3

3

1

2

 

Total

13

Total

17

 

Semester 7

Units

Semester 8

Units

Energy Systems Analysis1

Digital systems2 Lab

communication circuits Lab

Digital contacts Lab

Digital signal processing

Telecommunication networks

Electrical machines1 Lab

 

 

3

1

1

1

3

3

1

 

Wireless communication

Engineering Economics

Digital signal processing Lab

Project

3

3

1

3

Total

13

Total

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

Undergraduate Course Descriptions:

 

Course Title: Electrical Circuits I

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Network graph-Kirchhoff's laws-Linear and nonlinear components-Dependent and independent sources-nodal and mesh analysis-Analysis of resistor circuits-Norton's and Thevenin's theorems -Equivalent resistance-Superposition theorem-Operational amplifier-Capacitor and inductor- RC, RL and RLC circuits- Step response-Impulse response-Transient and steady-state responses-Linear time-invariant circuits-Convolution integral-Sinusoidal steady-state analysis-Frequency response-Three-Phase circuits.

Prerequisite: Differential Equations, General Physics II

 

Course Title: Electrical Circuits II

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Coupling components and coupled circuits, nodal and mesh analysis, loop and cut-set analysis, natural frequencies, system function and frequency response of LIT Networks, state equations Analysis, network analysis in frequency domain, network theorems (Reciprocity, Thevenin, Norton, substitution, superposition, Telegan), two port networks (Impedance, AdmiHance, Hybrid and Transmission Matrixes), Graph theory in network analysis, Laplace transform and its application in LIT networks.

Prerequisite: Electric Circuits I

 

Course Title: Industrial Electronics

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Introduction to power electronics, Power semiconductor devices :  Diode, BJT, SCR, MOSFET, IGBT, DIAC, TRIAC, GTO, …, Rectifiers :  Single phase, Three phase, Six phase, Controlled, Uncontrolled, Resistive load, Inductive load, Source inductance considerations, DC-DC switching converters : Linear regulators, Basic converters- Buck, Boost, Buck-Boost, Cuk, Isolated Buck type converters: Forward, Dual switch forward, Push-Pull, Half bridge, Full bridge, Flyback converter, Snubber circuits : Turn on snubber, Turn off snubber, Inverters : Half bridge and Full bridge inverters with inductive and resistive loads, Three phase,  inverters (120 degrees conduction, 180 degrees conduction), AC-AC converters : Cycloconverters AC-DC-AC ,AC voltage controllers, Power electronics applications.     

Prerequisite: Electronics II, Electric Machines I

 

Course Title:  Electronics I

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         N and P type semiconductors, current and voltage equations, diode equivalent circuit, diode circuit, half-wave and full-wave rectifiers, clipping circuits, clamping circuits, multipliers, transistors and their biasing, operating points for various transistor circuit configurations, low frequency and small signal equivalent circuits of transistors, single stage transistor amplifier, transistors in switching circuits, Multi – stage amplifiers.

Prerequisite: Electric Circuits I

 

Course Title: Electronics I  Laboratory

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Familiarization with diodes and their volt-ampere characteristics, diode applications in rectifiers, diode applications as clipper ,clamper and limiter, voltage multipliers, familiarization with transistors, such as their types, measurement of leakage  currents (ICBO,ICEO,ICES)and, input/output characteristics curves of transistors (such as PNP and NPN), determination of h parameters by transistor characteristics, investigation of active states of transistors (cut-off, saturation, operating point), transistor amplification in configurations of common-emitter, common-collector and common-base, Darlington amplifiers, two – stage amplifier,  simple power supplies using Zener diode and transistors.

Prerequisite: Electronics I, Electric Circuits I Lab

 

Course Title: Electronics II

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Physics of FET transistor, FET bias and amplification circuits, power amplifiers, current sources, feedback in amplifiers, DC amplifiers, differential amplifiers, operational amplifiers, offset in OP Amps and its compensation, various linear and nonlinear applications of OP Amps , regulated power supplies. 

Prerequisite: Electronics I

 

Course Title: Electric Machines I

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Magnetic circuits, magnetic field energy, force and torque in electromagnetic system, DC machines: machine construction, review and determination of electromotive force (emf), armature winding, armature reaction, compensating windings, types of machine excitations, load characteristics of motor and generators.Control of DC motors, loss and efficiency, parallel connection of DC generators, various applications of DC machines.

Prerequisite: Electromagnetic, Electric Circuits I

 

 

Course Title: Power System Analysis I

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Transmission line parameters (resistance, inductance, capacitance), transmission line models (distributed and simple model), per unit calculations, voltage - current relations in transmission lines, control of power flow on transmission line, distribution network and its calculations, an introduction to switching and lightning transients per unit calculations, systems modeling , load flow study using Gauss – Seidel method.

Prerequisite: Electric Machines II

 

Course Title: Electric Machines II

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Three-phase transformers: transformer connection, transformer groups, study of no-load and on-load conditions, transformer performance in unsymmetrical systems, parallel operation of transformers, special transformers. Synchronous machines: construction and principles of operation, synchronous machines with flat and salient poles, types of windings and winding factors, vector diagram and operation of synchronous machines, two axis theory, saturation effects in machines with flat and salient poles, continuous and sudden short circuits, parallel operation of synchronous generators, power equation in terms of power angle, synchronous motors, Transient of synchronous machines performance.

Prerequisite: Electric Machines I

   

Course Title: Electric Machines III

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Three-phase transformers: transformer connection, transformer groups, study of no-load and on-load conditions, transformer performance in unsymmetrical systems, parallel operation of transformers, special transformers. Synchronous machines: construction and principles of operation, synchronous machines with flat and salient poles, types of windings and winding factors, vector diagram and operation of synchronous machines, two axis theory, saturation effects in machines with flat and salient poles, continuous and sudden short circuits, parallel operation of synchronous generators, power equation in terms of power angle, synchronous motors, Transient of synchronous machines performance.

Prerequisite: Electric Machines II

 

 

Course Title: Electric Machines II Laboratory

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Parallel connection of transformers and load division, determination of transformer groups, investigation of on load and steady state of asynchronous machines (circle diagram), asynchronous machines, determination of efficiency of DC generators and DC motors. 

Prerequisite: Electric Machines III, Electric Machines I Lab

 

 

Course Title: Special Machines

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Rotating fields in two phase machines single phase induction motors, starting of single-phase induction motors , universal motors, gaped pole motors, hysteresis motors, reluctance motors, repulsion motors, stepper motors, schrage, (metadyne, amplidyne, shunt motor with excitation from rotors), permanent magnet motors, brushless dc motors.

Prerequisite: Electric Machines III

 

Course Title: Relaying and Protection

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Protective relaying philosophy, protection components, circuit breakers, relays (classification, construction), current transformers, performance of current transformers in steady state, saturation conditions and their response to DC component of short circuit currents, voltage transformers and their performance, over current relays and their characteristics, applications and settings, coordination of over-current relays in transmission line protection, earth fault relays, directional relays, amplitude and phase comparators, distance relays (types, characteristics, performance, settings), coordination of distance relays in line protection, differential relays, transformer protection, generator protection, bus bars protection sequence filters. 

Prerequisite: Power System Analysis II

 

 

Course Title: Power System Analysis II

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline: One-line diagram of power systems and per-unit quantities, the bus admittance and impedance matrices, load flow study using Gauss-Seidel and Newton Raphson methods, control of power into network, economic load dispatch, symmetrical fault analysis symmetrical components, unsymmetrical fault analysis, power system stability, load-frequency control and voltage regulation (AVR) and interconnected areas. 

Prerequisite: Power System Analysis I

 

 

Course Title: Electric Measurement Laboratory

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Study of galvanometer movement and determination of its parameters, methods of measurement of ohmic resistance, resistance of ground connection, capacitance, self-inductance and mutual inductance, range extension of the electrical measuring equipment, scaling and adjustment of electrical measuring equipment with the aid of potentiometers, measurement of power in electrical circuits (DC,AC,single phase, AC three phase), measurement of electric energy, error analysis, adjustment of counters, bridges, locating faults and measurement of cable insulation resistance, star connection with symmetrical and unsymmetrical loads, operating oscilloscopes and curve tracers and their application for tracing element characteristics.

Prerequisite: Electrical Instrumentation

 

 

Course Title: Electric Measurement

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Concepts and importance of electrical measurements, primary definitions, components of measurement systems, errors and error analysis, classification of measurement equipment, ordinary oscilloscope, recorders, analog measuring equipment (with permanent magnets, moving coils, moving soft iron, electrodynamics, inductive Ferro dynamic, electrostatic), DC/AC ammeters and voltmeters, methods of measuring very low and very high values of voltage and current, measuring equipment with multipliers, single and three phase, active and reactive power meters, measurement of resistance, capacitance, and inductance, Q meters, bridges and their applications, Electric calibration,  transducers, digital measuring equipment.

Prerequisite: Electric Circuits I

 

 

Course Title: Linear Control Systems

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Feedback systems, definitions of stability, transfer functions F(S), zeros and poles of transfer functions and their representations in the coordinate systems (S plane), criteria of system efficiency in transient and stable states, kinds of systems, servo-mechanisms, controllers (such as O,PI,PD,PID)investigation of the stability of a system by the methods of root locus and Hurwitz, extended fractions, frequency response and Bode diagram, and M curves and their applications approximate methods for the reduction of high order systems, state space, control system design and compensators, analog modeling.

Prerequisite: Electric Circuits II, Systems Analysis

 

 

Course Title: Linear Control Systems Laboratory

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Familiarization with DC servo- motors, position and speed feedback control systems. Designing Lead, Lag controllers for improvement of response of a position control system, Time – delay systems, implementation PID controller for the improvement of the response of a third order system. AC servo motor systems

Prerequisite: Linear Control Systems

 

 

Course Title: Electromagnetic

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Vector analysis, Coulomb's and Gauss' laws, electric potential, Laplace's and Poisson's equations, electrostatic fields in material media, electrostatic energy, electric current, Biot Savart's law, magnetic potentials, Faraday's law, magneto static fields In material media, magneto static energy, magnetic circuits, displacement current, Maxwell`s Equations .

Prerequisite: Calculus II, General Physics II

 

Course Title: Signals and Systems

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Primary definitions of systems and signal, various kinds of systems, introduction to modeling of various physical systems, analysis of linear and time independent (continuous and discrete) systems, impulse response, convolution integral, Fourier analysis, energy density, spectrum and power sampling theorem, system analysis by Laplace transform, signal flow graphs, system analysis in state space (continuous and discrete), Z transform, discrete systems analysis by the Z transform.

Prerequisite: Electric Circuits II, Engineering Mathematics

 

Course Title: Communications I

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Short description of an analog communication system, analysis of deterministic signals in frequency domain, analysis of random signals, noise in communication systems, white noise, noise temperature, noise band-width, signal transmission in base band, linear distortion, nonlinear distortion, analog modulation systems, analysis of linear modulations such as AM, VSB, DSB, and SSB, linear modulation and demodulation techniques also combined with FDM, nonlinear modulation techniques such as PM and FM, noise and interference effects on various types of modulation, pulse modulation, survey of sampling techniques for analog pulse modulations such as PAM, PPM, and PDM, familiarity with digital modulation systems such as FSK, PSK, and ASK.

Prerequisite: Engineering Probability and Statistics, signals and Systems

 

 

Course Title: Computer Principles

Credits/Hours:

Course Outline:         An introduction to the structure of programming languages. Formal specification of syntax and semantics structure of algorithmic, list processing string manipulation, data description, and simulation languages basic data types operations statement types and program structure, macro languages and their implementation and run-time representation of programs and data.   

Prerequisite: Calculus I

 

 

Course Title: Machine and Assembly Languages

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Reminding use of different units of computer, definition of register, introduction of its types and its application, concept of instruction format in machine language, types of instructions, different stages of instruction execution, methods of addressing (implied , immediate, direct, indirect, indexing, base, relocation, related to content of program counter, paging). Concept of relocation, instruction by registers, instruction by memory (manipulation of half word full word, bytes and bits), jump instructions and control of loop, logical instructions, dexinal manipulation, floating point manipulation subprograms, recursive subprograms, macros, trace and debugging of program, damping introduce assembly and its types.   

Prerequisite: Computer Principles

 

Course Title: Logic Circuits

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Number systems, Boolean algebra and related rules, Logic functions and their reduction, Logic gates and logic families (such as RTL, DTL,TTL, ECL, CMOS). Combinatorial circuits (such as comparators, coders, code converters, combiners), Sequential circuits(such as flip flops, shift registers, counters, synchronous and Asynchronous logic circuits), study of various types of codes.  

Prerequisite: Electronics I

 

Course Title: Logic Circuits Laboratory

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Logic gates, familiarization with several logic circuits and determination of parameters of digital IC's, Several combinational circuits (decoder, multiplexer, parity generators and checkers), displays, Study of types of flip flops, asynchronous counters, synchronous counters, familiarization with several IC counters, shift registers.

Prerequisite: Logic Circuits

 

Course Title: Computer Networks

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Introduction and Layered Architecture, Introduction to Physical Layer, Data Link Layer, MAC Sub-layer, Network Layer and Routing, Transport Layer Concepts, Introduction to Application Layer

Prerequisite: Operating Systems

 

Course Title: Generation and Power Plant

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         familiarity with all different power plant - a comprehensive description of how the several power plant generate electricity -a detailed examination and comparison of their benefits and drawbacks

Prerequisite: Power System Analysis II, Electric Machines III

 

Course Title: General Persian Language Training

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline: Familiarizing to Persian literature and Persian poets.

 

Course Title: General English Language Training

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Familiarizing to English grammar and vocabulary.

 

Course Title: Islamic Thoughts I

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Familiarizing to the instructions of Islam.

 

Course Title: Islamic Thoughts II

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Familiarizing to the instructions of Islam.

Prerequisite: Islamic Thoughts I

 

 

Course Title: Physical Education I

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Physical Education and Training.

 

 

Course Title: Physical Education II

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Physical Education and Training.

Prerequisite: Physical Education I

 

 

Course Title: Analytical History of Islam

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline: Learning about Islam’s history.

 

Course Title: Family planning and Birth control

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Family planning allows people to attain their desired number of children and determine the spacing of pregnancies.

 

Course Title: Industrial drawing

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         drawing complex sketch, drawing three dimensional sketch through observation of simple two dimensional sketches, drawing three dimensional pictures relating to industrial commodities

 

 

Course Title: Mathematics I

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Cartesian coordinates, Polar coordinates, Complex numbers, Derivative,Hyperbolic function, Integral, Mean value theorem, Application integration

Logarithm, Exponential function, Integration methods, Taylor's theorem,Taylor series

 

 

Course Title: Mathematics II

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Parametric equations, Spatial coordinates, Vector space, Matrix, System of linear equations, Invertible matrix, Linear independence, Linear map, Eigenvector,Vector function, Multivariable calculus function, Multiple integral, Cylindrical coordinate , Spherical coordinates

Vector field, Laplace transform, Green's theorem, Divergence, Stokes

Prerequisite: Mathematics I

 

 

Course Title: Physics I

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Balance, Motion in one dimension or two dimensions, work and energy, strike and Momentum, Rotation, Laws of thermodynamics, Kinetic theory of gases, entropy

 

 

Course Title: Physics II

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Electrical charge, Electrical Field, Gauss's law, Electric potential, Capacity, Electric current and electrical resistance, Circuits, Magnetic fields, Magnetic fields due to the electric field, Induction, Electromagnetic oscillations and alternating current, Electromagnetic waves, Familiarity with the duality of wave and particle

 

 

Course Title: Calculus

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         The nature of differential equations and their solution, Family of curves and vertical paths, Detachable equation, First-order linear differential equation, Homogeneous equation, Second order linear differential equation, Application of second-order equations, Solving Differential Equations with Series and Bessel Functions and Gamma, Legendre polynomial, An Introduction to Differential Equations, Laplace's application and its application in solving differential equations

Prerequisite: Mathematics II

 

 

Course Title: Engineering statistics and probabilities

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Reference to the theory of collections, samples and their table display with mean, faces, meanings, and variances, The transformation and combination of probabilities and related theorems, Continuous and discrete random variables, Mean and variance of binomial distributions, Common distribution of several random variables, Conditional distribution, Characteristic functions and torque generator, Central limit theorem, Markov's inequality, Functions of random variables, A reference to the statistics topic

Prerequisite: Mathematics II

 

 

Course Title: Engineering mathematics

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Fourier series and Fourier transform, Equations with partial derivatives, Analytic functions, Integrals of complex numbers, Linear integral in coordinates of complex numbers

Prerequisite: Mathematics II, Calculuss

 

 

Course Title: ESP (electricity)

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         The content of the textbook of electrical engineering language includes grammar, word, and writing tips

Prerequisite: General English Language Training

 

 

Course Title: Engineering economics (electricity)

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Financial factors, Methods of engineering economics and their applications, Depreciation, Economic analysis after tax deduction, Replacement Analysis, Sensitivity analysis, Economic analysis in non-economic conditions, Inflation and its application in the economics of engineering, Economic justification and price analysis in projects

 

 

Course Title: Project (electricity)

Credits/Hours: -- / 3

Prerequisite:    Passing at least 100 course credits

 

 

Course Title: Internship

Credits/Hours: -- / 2

Course Outline:         Attended for 8 weeks full time in a specialized company or department and writing a written report

Prerequisite:    Passing at least 95 course credits

 

Course Title: Electrical insulators and high voltage

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:    Familiarity with technology of electrical insulators, Types of voltages and currents used in high voltage tests, Types of electric fields, Discharge in gases, Electrical discharge in liquid and solid insulators, Introduction of Insulation Standards

Prerequisite: Power System Analysis I

 

 

Course Title: Numerical computations

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Errors and mistakes, Interpolation and extrapolation, Finding roots of equations in different ways, Numerical derivation and integral, Numerical methods for solving differential equations, Operation on matrices and determination of special values, Solving linear and nonlinear equations

Prerequisite: Calculus, Computer Principles

 

 

Course Title: Islamic revolution of Iran

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Familiarity with the causes and factors of the emergence of the Islamic Revolution

And Review of the cultural, social and political developments of the Islamic revolution and the events after the revolution

 

 

Course Title: Analytical history of early Islam

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Familiarity with the emergence and spread of Islam

 

 

Course Title: Applied ethics

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Familiarity with Islam's ethical standards on the most important dimensions of everyday life in personal and social affairs.

 

 

Course Title: Topical interpretation of Qur’an

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Familiarity with the concepts of life in terms of the Quran in the form of thematic view

 

 

Course Title: Culture and civilization of Iran and Islam

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Familiarity with the formation of Islamic civilization in order to strengthen self-esteem and strengthen Islamic national identity

 

 

Course Title: Thermodynamics

Credits/Hours: 48 / 3

Course Outline:         Introduction of Thermodynamics, Etymology, Branches of thermodynamics, Laws of thermodynamics,Conjugate variables, Applied fields

Prerequisite:  Physics I

 

 

Course Title: Special issues (fundamental of computer)

Credits/Hours: 32 / 2

Course Outline:         Boolean numbers and algebra, Familiarity with Computer Networks and the Internet, General familiarity with electrical engineering applications

 

 

Course Title: General workshop (electricity)

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Familiarity with the safety and health principles of workshops, Training to work with technical drawings, workshop equipment and equipment in machine tools, welding, modeling and casting

 

 

Course Title: Physics Lab I

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Check the condition of balance, Measuring the mass volume of solids and liquids, Review the swing motion rules in a simple pendulum, Measuring the latent heat of melting ice, Determining the latent temperature of evaporation of water, Determining the volumetric expansion coefficient of liquids, Determining the volumetric expansion coefficient of solids, analysis of thermometers and Making thermocouple, Determination of the thermal conductivity of solids

Prerequisite:  Physics I

 

 

Course Title: Physics Lab.II

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Review of Ohm and Kirchhoff Laws, familiarity with measuring devices (Oscilloscope and etc.), Investigation of charge and discharge of capacitor in RC circuit with stair stimulation, Sustainable RC and RL circuit response to sinusoidal stimulation, Examining Lens and Faraday Laws, Review of the basis of the work of transformers, Ferromagnetic, The basis of the work of generators and electromotors, DC generator

Prerequisite:  Physics II

 

 

Course Title: Power system analysis Lab I

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Practical experience of Power system analysis I

Prerequisite: Power system analysis I

 

 

Course Title: Electricity workshop (electronics)

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         Lighting circuits, Circuits at home opener, Engine Start Circuit, More advanced control circuits with micro PLC, Control circuit in Parking, Field lighting circuit with optical sensor, Water tank control circuit by pump, Central Control Circuit Control of an apartment

Prerequisite: General workshop (electricity)

 

 

Course Title: Electric machines lab I

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:    Dc generator independent stimulation, Dc generator stimulate Shunt , Dc generator stimulate the series, Dc generator combination stimulation
, Dc engine stimulate shunt, Dc engine stimulate the series, Dc engine combination stimulation

Prerequisite: Electric machines I

 

 

Course Title: Electric machines lab II

Credits/Hours: 32 / 1

Course Outline:         full-load test in single phase transformer, no-load test in single phase transformer, Parallel-ling transformers, Synchronous motor experiments

Prerequisite: Electric machines II