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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ELETRONICS ENGINNERING COURSE OUTLINE FROM 100 LEVEL TO 500 LEVEL FIRST YEAR (100 LEVEL) COURSE OUTLINE First semester: S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 GES 111 Use of English I 2 2 GES 112 Nigerian Peoples and Culture 2 3 GES 113 Introduction to Computer 2 4 GES 114 Introduction to French I 2 5 GES 115 Introduction to Nigerian Legal System I 2 6 GES 117 History and Philosophy of Science 2 7 MTH 111 Elementary Mathematics I 3 8 CHM 111 General Chemistry I 3 9 CHM 113 General Chemistry Lab I 1 10 PHY 111 General Physics I 3 11 PHY 113 General Physics Lab I 1 TOTAL 23 Second semester: S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 GES 121 Use of English II 2 2 GES 123 Introduction to Computer II 2 3 GES 124 Introduction to French II 2 4 GES 126 Moral Education 2 5 GES 127 Logic and Philosophy 2 6 MTH 121 Elementary Mathematics II 3 7 CHM 121 General Chemistry II 3 8 CHM 123 General Chemistry Lab II 1 9 PHY 121 General Physics II 3 10 PHY 122 General Physics III 2 11 PHY 123 General Physics Lab II 1 TOTAL 23 SECOND YEAR (200 LEVEL) COURSE OUTLINE First Semester S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 GES 212 Introduction to Entrepreneurship Study I 2 2 ENG 211 Engineer – in –society 1 3 EMT 211 Engineering Mathematics I 3 4 CEE 211 Computer Programming & Language I 2 5 EEE 211 Basic Electrical Engineering I 2 6 CHE 211 Fluid Mechanics 2 7 MEC 211 Engineering Drawing I 2 8 MEC 212 Engineering Mechanics 3 9 MEC 213 Material Science 2 10 MEC 214 Workshop Process & Practice I 2 TOTAL 21 Second semester: S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 GES 222 Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies 2 2 GES 242 Introduction to Entrepreneurship Studies 2 3 EMT 221 Engineering Mathematics II 3 4 CEE 221 Computer Programming & Language I I 2 5 CHE 221 Chemistry 2 6 EEE 221 Basic Electrical Engineering II 2 7 MEC 223 Strength of Materials 2 8 MEC 221 Engineering Drawing II 2 9 MEC 225 Thermodynamics 2 10 MEC 224 Workshop Process & Practice I I 2 TOTAL 21 DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING THIRD YEAR (300 LEVEL) COURSE OUTLINE First Semester S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 EMT 311 Engineering Mathematics III 2 2 CEE 311 Digital Devices & Logic Circuit 3 3 ENG 312 Applied Statistics 2 4 EEE 311 Circuit Theory I 3 5 EEE 312 Physical Electronics 3 6 EEE 313 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves I 2 7 EEE 314 Electronics Circuit (Analogue and Digital) 3 8 EEE 319 Laboratory Practicals I 2 9 TOTAL 20 Second Semester S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 EMT 321 Engineering Mathematics IV 2 2 CEE 324 Computer Hardware Components 3 3 EEE 321 Circuit Theory II 3 4 EEE 323 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves II 2 5 EEE 324 Electronics Circuit (Analogue and Digital) 3 II 6 EEE 325 Electromechanical Devices and Machines I 3 7 EEE 326 Measurements and Instrumentation 3 8 EEE 329 Laboratory Practicals II 2 9 TOTAL 20 FOURTH YEAR (400 LEVEL) COURSE OUTLINE First Semester: S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 EEE 411 Control Theory 3 2 CEE 411 Computational Technique 3 3 EEE 413 Electrical Power Principles 3 4 EEE 414 Communication Principles 3 5 EEE 415 Electromechanical Devices & Machines II 2 6 CEE 416 Introduction to Microprocessor & 3 Microcomputers 7 EEE 419 Laboratory Practicals III 2 9 TOTAL 19 Second Semester S/No Course Code Course Title Credit Units EEE 429 Students Industrial Work Experience 6 Scheme (SIWES) 6 Months FIFTH YEAR (500 LEVEL) COURSE OUTLINE First Semester S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 EEE 512 Advanced Circuit Techniques I 2 2 EEE 513 Power System Engineering (System Analysis, 3 Planning and Protection) 3 EEE 514 Power Electronics and Drives 2 4 EEE 517 Power Electronics and Drives 2 5 EEE 518 Telecommunication Engineering 6 EEE 519 Seminar 2 Elective 7 EEE 515 Electromechanical Devices Design 2 8 EEE 516 Solid State Electronics 2 9 CEE 519 Advanced Computer Programming & Statistics 2 TOTAL 18 Second Semester S/No Course Code Course Time Credit Units 1 EEE 521 Control Engineering 2 2 EEE 522 Advanced Circuit Techniques II 2 3 EEE 523 Power System Communication & Control 2 4 EEE 524 Reliability & Maintainability of 2 Electrical/Electronic Components & Systems 5 EEE 525 Digital Signal Processing 2 6 EEE 529 Project 6 Electives 7 EEE 526 Industrial Electronic Design 2 8 EEE 527 Switch Gear and High Voltage Engineering 2 9 CEE 522 Operations Research 2 TOTAL 20 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING DESCRIPTION OF COURSES EEE 211: Basic Electrical Engineering I - 2 Credit Units Circuits – elements, DC and AC circuits, Basic circuit laws and theorems. Resonance, power, power factors, 3-phase circuits. Introduction to machines and machine design. EEE 221: Basic Electrical Engineering II 2 Credit Units Physics of devices – Discharge devices, semi-conductors, diode and transistors. Transistor characteristics, devices and circuits. Electrical and electronic power measurement. EEE 311: Circuit Theory I 3 Credit Units Laplace and Fourier transforms, application of laplace transformation to transient analysis of RLC circuits, transfer function concepts, reliability of transfer functions. EEE 312: Physical Electronics 3 Credit Units Free electron motion in static electric and magnetic fields. Electronic structure of matter, conductivity in crystalline solids. Theory of energy hands in conductors, insulators and semi- conductors, electrons in metals and electron emissions, carriers and transport phenomena in semi-conductors, characteristics of some electron and photo devices, junction diodes and transistors. FETS, SCR, vacuum tubes, photo resistors, diode, transistors, photo cell and light emitting diode. Elementary discrete devices fabrication techniques and IC technology. EEE 313: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves I - 2 Credit Units Review of electromagnetic laws in integral forms, Gauss’s Law, Ampere’s and Faraday’s Laws, Electrostatic fields due to distribution of charge, magnetic fields in and around current carrying conductors, time varying magnetic and electric fields, conduction and displacement current, Maxwell’s equation (in rectangular co-ordinate) EEE 314: Electronic Circuit (Analogue & Digital)I 3 Credit Units Review of single stage transistor amplifiers and operational amplifier circuits. Analysis and designs of multistage amplifiers. Feedback, Boardband and Narrow band amplifiers, power amplifiers, voltage and current stabilizing circuits, Sinusoidal RC and LC and crystal oscillators, other communication circuits. Review of elementary digital concepts, switching properties of electronic devices. Switching and wave- shaping circuits. EEE 321: Circuit Theory II 3 Credit Units 2-port network synthesis, active filters. Approximation to non- linear characteristics analysis and synthesis of non-linear resistive circuits, harmonic analysis of non-linear dynamic circuits applications of computers in the analysis of linear and non-linear circuits. EEE 323: Electromagnetic Field & Wave II 2 Credit Units Maxwell’s equation in victor calculus notation, Derivation of Maxwell’s equations, electromagnetic potential and waves, pointing vector, Boundary conditions wave propagation in good conductors, skin effect, plane waves in unbounded dielectric media, Fundamentals of transmission lines, wave-guides and antennae. EEE 324: Electronic Circuit (Analogue & Digital) II 3 Credit Units Generation of non-sinusodial waveforms: astable, mono-stable and bi-stable multi-viberator, Schmitt trigger and time base generators using discrete transistors, operational amplifier or other integrated circuits. Timer chips and their applications. Analysis and design of logic gates of various families Diode logic, RTL, TTL, ECL, MOS and MOS of digital integrated and their consequences, some digital building blocks: flip flops, counters, register and decoders. Introduction to D/A and A/D conversion principles. EEE 325: Electromechanical Devices & Machines I 2 Credit Units Review of electromechanical energy conversion, rotating magnetic fields, performance and methods of speed control of DC machines, induction motors, linear induction motors, circle diagrams, power transformers, parallel operation of 3-phase transformers. EEE 326: Measurement and Instrumentation 3 Credit Units General Instrumentation, Basic Meter in DC measurements. Basic meter in AC measurements, rectify voltmeter, electrodynamometer and 2Wattmeter, instrument transformers, DC and AC bridges and their applications, general form of AC bridge universal impendence bridge, Electronic instruments for the measurement of voltage, current resistance and other circuit parameter: electronic voltmeters, AC voltmeters using rectifiers, electronic multimeter, digital voltmeter, oscilloscope: vertical deflection systems, horizontal deflection system, probes, sampling square-wave and pulse generator, signal generators, function generators, wave analyzer, Electronic counters and their applications: time base circuitry, universal counters measurement modes, Analog and Digital data acquisition systems: tape recorders, D/A and A/D conversions, sample and hold circuits. EEE 411: Control Theory 3 Credit Units Basic concepts and examples of control systems, feedback, Time response analysis, concept of stability, Routh-Hurwits criterion, Root-locus techniques, Frequency-response analysis, Polar and Bode plots, Nyquist stability criteria. Nicholas chart, compensation techniques, introduction to non-linear systems. EEE 413: Electric Power Principles 3 Credit Units Introduction to power systems and sources of electric energy, structure of electric system, load characteristics, electric energy transmission and distribution, line impendence, representation and per unit systems, relationship between currents and voltages, regulation of voltage, transmitted power and losses, construction of over-head lines and underground cables, power system equipment: standard and safety. EEE 414: Communication Principles 2 Credit Units Amplitude modulation, double side band, signal sideband and vestigial sideband modulation schemes, simple modulators, power and bandwidth performance. Angle modulation: frequency modulation, phase modulation, bandwidth requirements, clippers and limiters. Amplitude modulated signal reception: discrimination, frequency tracking loop, phase locked loop and noise performance. Commercial radio systems. Transmission media: attenuation in open space, air, cable and fiber channels, construction of cables and fibers, sampling theorem, pulse amplitude modulation, pulse width modulation, multiplexing, quantization systems and pulse width modulation, delta modulation, courses and correction of errors in PCM and DM, ideal and matched filters, frequency acquisition, phase referencing and timing. Line codes, block encoding and Shannon’s theorem. EEE 415: Electromechanically Devices & Machines II 2 Credit Units Performance of synchronous machines, parallel operation of synchronous generators, fractional horse-power motors, single- phase induction motors, universal motors. Reluctance motors, hysteric motors. Faults on machines methods of starting and protection of machines. EEE 512: Advanced Circuit Techniques I 2 Credit Units Analysis and design of integrated operational amplifiers and advanced circuits such as windband amplifiers, instrumentation amplifiers, multiplier circuits, voltage controlled oscillators, and phase locked loops EEE 513: Power System Engineering (System Analysis, Planning and Protection) 3 Credit Units Representation of power systems, power system equation and analysis, load flow studies, load forecasting, economic operation of power systems, symmetrical components, symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults, various types of relays used in power systems, protection systems of power transmission lines, principles of fault detection, discrimination and clearance, elements of power systems stability. EEE 514: Power Electronics & Drives 3 Credit Units Switching characteristics of diodes, transistor, thyristors etc. Analysis of diode circuit with reactive loads, analysis of circuits using transistor as switches, power control circuits, ac-dc converters, characteristics of switching transformers, power semi-conductor device protection, examples of power electronic circuits, solar devices. EEE 515: Electromechanical Devices Design 2 Credit Units Design of transformer, principles of AC and DC machine design EEE 516: Solid State Electronics 2 Credit Units Physics and property of semi-conductors including high field effects, carrier injection and semi-conductor surface phenomena, devices technology, bulk and eptitaxical material growth and impurity control, metal-semi-conductor, interface properties, stability and method of characterization: controlled and surface controlled devices. EEE 517: Electrical Service Design 2 Credit Units Lighting installation, power installation, energy supply and distribution, choice of cables and conductors, wiring systems and accessories, outdoor low voltage lines and cables, protection of low voltage installation, and characteristics of low voltage equipment. Earthling and testing of electrical installation, Illumination. EEE 518: Telecommunication Engineering 2 Credit Units Cable telephony characteristics, cross talk, equation, Polelines, aerial and underground cables. Telegraph systems: codes, radio systems, terminal equipment (teleprinters, relays, switching (crossbar, electronic switches), PBX, PABX, Transmission standards, Telephone network structure. EEE 521: Control Engineering 2 Credit Units State space description of linear systems, concepts of controllability and observability, state feedback, modal control observers, realization of systems having specified transfer function, application to circuit synthesis and signal processing. EEE 522: Advanced Circuit Techniques II 2 Credit Units Design techniques for advanced analogue circuits containing transistors and operational amplifiers. EEE 523: Power System Communication Engineering 2 Credit Units Review of transmission line theory. High frequency communication on power lines. Carrier systems and power line carrier applications. Multiplexing, telementering, signal processing and data transmission. Control of power generation, voltage control, system stability, automatic voltage regulators, regulating transformers. EEE 524: Reliability & Maintainability of Electrical & Electronic Components and System 2 Credit Units Introduction to Reliability, maintainability, availability, elementary reliability theory, application to power systems and electronic components. Test characteristics of electrical and electronic components. Types of fault. Designing for higher reliability, packaging, mounting, ventilation. Protection form humidity, dust. EEE 525: Digital Signal Processing 2 Credit Units Discrete signals and Z-transform, digital Fourier Transformer, Fast Fourier Transformer. The approximation problem in network theory. Synthesis of low-pass filters. Spectral transforms and their application in synthesis of high-pass and band-pass filters. Digital filtering, digital transfer function aliasing, one dimensional recursive and non-recursive filters. Computer techniques in filter synthesis. Realization of filters in hardware and software. Basic image processing concepts. EEE 526: Industrial Electronics Design 2 Credit Units Characteristics and industrial applications of theorizers and other SCR devices. Transducers and their applications in sensing light, voltage pressure, motion, current, temperature etc. Mechanical relays, solid state relays and stepping motors. Real time control and remote control concepts in instrumentation. Micro-processor and micro-computer based system. EEE 527: Switchgear and High Voltage Engineering 2 Credit Units Generation and measurement of high voltage and current, Breakdown theories for gaseous liquid and solid dielectrics, lightening phenomena, High Voltage equipment. Insulation co- ordination, lighting protection, electric cables and condensers. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING FACULTY COMMON COURSES DESCRIPTION OF COURSES ENG 211: Engineer-in-Society - 1 Credit Unit - Philosophy of Science - History of Engineering and Technology - Safety in Engineering and Introduction to Risk Analysis. - The Role of Engineers in Nation Building EMT 211: Engineering Mathematics I - 3 Credit Units Complex analysis – Elements of complex algebra, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. Real number, sequences and series. EMT 221: Engineering Mathematics II - 3 Credit Units Differential equations – Exact Equations. Methods for second order equations. Partial differential equation, simple cases – Applications. Numerical Analysis – Linear equations, non- linear equations. Finite difference operators. Introduction to linear programming. EMT 311: Engineering Mathematics III - 2 Credit Units Linear Algebra – Elements of Matrices, determinants, inverse of matrix, Theory of linear equations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Analytic geometry – co-ordinate transformation – solid geometry polar, cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates. Elements of functions of several variables. Numerical differentiation, solution o ordinary differential equation, curves fitting, simple linear programming, Fourier series – Euler coefficients, even and odd functions, Sine and Cosine, functions. Differential equation of second order – series solutions, Legendre and Bessel functions and their properties. Vector Theory – dot product, cross product divergence, curl and Del operators. Gradient. Line, surface and volume integrals and related theorems. EMT 321: Engineering Mathematics IV - 2 Credit Units Complex variables – advanced topics, diffentiation and integration of complex functions. Cauchy – Rieman equations: Related theories: Laplace and Fourier transforms – Application. Introduction to non-linear differential equations – stability and application. Probability – Elements of probability, density and distribution functions, moments, standard distribution, etc. Statistics – Regression and correlation – Large sampling theory test hypothesis and quality control. ENG 411: Computational Technique 3 Credit Units Polynomials and their zeros – methods of bisection, Newton, Bairstow, synthetic division and Lehmer, Direct methods for the solution of linear equations, iterative process, its application to the solution of simultaneous linear equations, convergence,, interpolation and differentiation method of Numerical integration- Newton Coates formulae and finite difference methods, The eigenvalue problem solution of ordinary differential equations – problem solution of ordinary differential equations- methods of Taylor, Euler, Predictor – Corrector and Runge-Kutta.